Wanting to help those living with disabilities, Sabina Upreti recently established a special school that rehabilitates children with autism. Named Special School for Disabled and Rehabilitation Center, this non-profit organization teaches autistic children basic social and practical skills so that they can go on to lead their life as any other normal children.
Certainly parental love and warmth are very crucial to a child’s overall wellbeing. However, not all are lucky enough to receive such affection and care. Hence, to rescue, support and guide those who lack that care, Ama Ghar was established in 2001.
Saugat Malla, who we got to know as the extraordinary ‘Haku Kale’ from the blockbuster movie ‘Loot’, is a successful theater artist and movie actor. After struggling for years, Malla has now come a long way, winning over even the critics by his exceptional performances in movies like Kagbeni, Kabaddi Kabaddi, and Mukhauta to name a few. But this shy actor isn’t one who regularly makes his presence felt in the media so there’s a lot that we don’t know.
Recently, Line, a play based on Israel Horovitz’s one-act play of the same name, was up at Shilpee Theater in Battisputali, Kathmandu. The play ran for three weeks. The incongruous drama’s entire plot showcases five people waiting in line for an event. The play starring Rajkumar Pudasaini, Sudam CK, Loonibha Tuladhar, Sandesh Shakya, and Saroj Aryal was directed and translated into Nepali by Akanchha Karki, who is a theater artist and a psychologist as well.
While many paintings are made each day, only some have the power to transcend time and engrave their names in history. And it is interesting to know how these products of human imagination can impact generations to come.
For most of us, computers have become integral of our work life and mobile phones an inseparable addiction. As a result of these technological advancements, eye strain and eye fatigue have become extremely common.