KATHMANDU: Ram Kumar Shrestha, 38, is a rickshaw rider at the Basantapur-New Road area. Although, tourists visiting Nepal have gotten smarter over the years and prefer walking that riding on rickshaws, Shrestha has stood by his profession.
It is said that men and women are equal to each other. But when it comes to women, society seems to have pre-set etiquettes for women like how they’re expected to behave and how they’re expected to look. A woman would be deemed perfect, if she is a blend of beauty and brains. But, do we know what beauty with brains actually means? A few days ago, My City held a small discussion with a few participants to understand their views. Here’s what they said, as shared to Nasana Bajracharya.
KATHMANDU: “Time management is a matter of will. If you have the drive, somehow you will get it done. You have to learn to adjust and divide your time. I believe that every minute and every second of your life should be meaningful,” shared Madan Chitrakar who is an artist, art writer/critic and an art educator. Hailing from a Chitrakar family, he inherited the traits of an artist. Chitrakar literally means painter in the Nepali language.
No matter the cause of the diplomatic-earthquake that has struck Qatar, the aftershocks can be felt all the way in Nepal. Of particular concern are the approximately twenty-thousand Nepali migrant workers currently in Qatar employed in various sectors, ranging from agriculture to industry.
KATHMANDU: With an aim to share and discuss on the directives, guidelines and business model to improve the public toilet services in municipalities, Department of Water Supply and Sewerage supported by GUTHI and Water Aid Nepal organized a one-day workshop on Sunday at Hotel Himalaya, Kupondole.
KATHMANDU: After two years, Shreya Sotang released a music video from her second album ‘Prelude’ on May 24. Titled ‘Maya Ho Ki Haina’ Sotang is featured in the video with Bigyan Udas, where Sotang plays a girl in love fantasizing about her man. The video has garnered over one lakh views since its release.
KATHMANDU: More than 80 artists were present at the ground of Nepal Academy of Fine Arts on Sunday. The reason was—shooting of a song—with the theme of Fine Arts. Artists such as Gehendra Man Amatya, Gobinda Narayan Jyapu, K K Karmacharya, Ragini Upadhyay Grela, Hari Prasad Sharma, Uma Sankar Shah including young artists were seen all dressed up and ready for the camera.
POKHARA: Promotion for the film before its release is not a new trend. But, ‘Prem Geet 2’ experienced a unique form of promotion in Pokhara. The promotion for the film was not orchestrated by the film’s team but rather from its fans.