म्हिग: जुगु अमेरिकी राष्ट्रपति निर्वाचने पुलाम्ह राष्ट्रपति बाराक ओबामा हाकनं छक निर्वाचित जुयादिगु दु । थ्व वेकया निकगु कार्यकालिन ख: । वेकया लिसे रिपब्लिकन पार्टी पाखें चुनावे दनादिम्ह मित् रम्नी दक्क्व राज्यया भोट ल्याखने ज्या: सिधे न्ह्यो हे थम्ह चुनाव बुगु स्वीकार यासें ओबामा राष्ट्रपति घोषित जुगु ख: । ओबामा निक्वगु चुनाव त्याकेगु नितिं यक्व: हे पपुलिस्ट भोटं ग्वाहाली यागु दु । समान लिंगी इहिपा:, सितिक्कं … Continue reading अमेरिकी राष्ट्रपति बाराक ओबामा हाकनं त्यात:
For past couple of days, Facebook walls and Nepalese blogs are burning with a post about Nepal’s most liked actor, singer, and TV-serial director Hari Bansha Acharya tying knot with Ramila Pathak. Mr. Acharya was widowed one and half year ago when his late wife Mira Acharya had stroke and later died in the hospital. Since then he was living with his youngest son, Mohit … Continue reading Hari Bansha Acharya Ties Knot with Ramila Pathak
Jyoti Khadka aka Jesika Khadka found dead in her apartment in New Road on Tuesday morning. She was found hanging on ceiling with her shawl. Of late, she finished her new movie “Gahirai” and her new movie “Jungle Queen 2” which is a sequel of the same name is on the row to be released on 22nd June. It is reported that recently she had … Continue reading Actress Jyoti Khadka’s Life Cut Short
By Prasha Maharjan Thank you so much for kind thoughts and concern to all of you who have been praying for the family. We found out about the incident about 3:30 pm on Saturday when we were out and about. Satya and Ps. Rob immediately left for the site. Satya has been staying close with the family since then. I was able to visit for … Continue reading UPDATES: Jhalak Remains Under Water for 26 Hours
By Kabita Maharjan Khokana, the traditional suburb occupied by 4258 people, according to Population Census 2001, and 7 km far away from the capital city in Nepal has a very unique and eve-famous festival called Khokana Jatra or Sikali Jatra. It begins on 29th of September and concludes on 3rd of October. The custom, traditions, and life style is still far from modernization. Even being … Continue reading “Sikali Jatra” Kicks Off
Charles Mendes was born to a missionary couple in Nepal. He is known for his influence on major political party leaders. In the business circle, he is talked as a “power broker” who is capable of influencing political leaders in the capital. Today, one of the biggest media houses in Nepal reported on Mendes that he was arrested for allegedly fraud, as a man named by Alexander … Continue reading “Power Broker” in Jail
The Himalayan Times : Retaining the charm of Khokana – Detail News : Nepal News Portal. An oasis in the urban concrete jungle Added At: 2011-05-15 10:13 PM Last Updated At: 2011-05-15 10:13 PM MUKUNDA BISTA Khokana‚ the only ancient Newari settlement inside the Kathmandu Valley‚ has preserved the traditional Newari lifestyle. A little attempt from all the interested people to save Khokana … Continue reading The Himalayan Times : Retaining the charm of Khokana – Detail News : Nepal News Portal
Live footage that is of 8.9 magnitude of massive earthquake and 10 meter tsunami followed by quake hitting the northeastern coast of Japan in my laptop was unbelievable. It was full of shock and horror. Words failed me that I could not explain my mixed emotions that’s stirring my both parts of the brain. As a usual ritual, I checked the world news after I said … Continue reading Quake and Tsunami hit Japan
गत फेब्रुअरी १९ मा विश्व विख्यात रक गायक ब्रायन आडम्स नेपालमा आएर ठुलै सांगीतिक प्रस्तुती दिएर नेपालमा कन्सर्ट दिने पहिलो पश्चिमी गायक बनेर इतिहासमा आफ्नो नाम लेखे | उक्त दिन देशको सम्पूर्ण गन्जागोलको माहोलबाट केहि घण्टा भए पनि नेपालीले सबै दुख बिर्सेर भरपूर मनोरन्जन गर्ने मौका पाए | देशमा १४ घण्टा बत्ति नहुँदा पनि यस्तो भब्य कार्यक्रम भने हुन सक्यो | यो खुसीको कुरा हो | आडम्सले गाउने क्रममा नेपाल कस्तो छ भनेर संसारलाई देखाउने इच्छा राखी दर्शकदिर्घालाई बताउँदै गर्दा सम्पूर्ण उपस्थित दर्शकहरूले आ-आफ्नो मोबाइल फोन निकालेर हल्लाएको दृश्य उनि आडम्स स्वयमले नै खिचेको रहेछ | उनले आफ्नो आधिकारिक वेब साइट मार्फत् सार्वजनिक गरेको मनमोहक भिडियो हेर्न तल जानुहोस् |
February 19 remains the big day for Nepalese. Much more fun, thrilling music and performance from the world’s most popular Rock-star Bryan Adams was pumping adrenaline in the veins of his fans. Yes, the day was very memorable for Nepalese, as the highly anticipated concert of Adams in the Dasharath Rangashala, the national stadium came to be true in reality. He entertained the audience for 2 and 1/2 hours singing his all time hits like “Everything I do,” “Summer of ’69,” “Lets make a night to remember,” and “Baby, When you’re gone” etc.
The featuring video is from Bryan Adams’s official YouTube site which was taped by himself. He asked his audience to light their cell phones and wave them. Maybe he was trying to send the message to the world that people in Nepal do not have electricity for 12-16 hours a day, and those cellphones were charged when they had wee hours of light. Whatever his intention was, one thing was for sure that people had, at least, couple of hours to forget the political chaos, price hike and everything and enjoy at the fullest. Jump down for video!