Published on Jun 14 2017 // Featured, Interview, Nepal News, Slideshow
We let the world to know about China: Director Yin
Director of China Cultural Center, Nepal Mr Yin Kunsong The China Cultural Center Nepal is organizing a week-long China Intangible Cultural Heritage Week in Kathmandu beginning June 21. We caught up with the Director of China Cultural Center Nepal Mr Yin Kunsong for interview to know about their preparations,...

Published on Aug 27 2015 // Interview
Seeking leaders’ income source will be my major agenda in General Convention: Nain Singh Mahar
An untainted youth politician, Nain Singh Mahar, has spoke to sopannews about a number of issues including the NC’s upcoming National Convention, party’s leadership and many others. Mahar, who truly believes in democratic principles and aspirations, has revealed some inner realities of the NC politics...

Published on Aug 27 2015 // Interview, Nepal News
I have written about ‘Communist Sex’ of Beijing: World cyclist Pushkar Shah
World Cyclist Pushkar Shah You journeyed the most of the countries in the world and collected many bittersweet experiences during the period. How do you recall your journey? Pushkar Shah: I visited 150 nations of all seven continents in 11 years and completed 221,000 kms beginning my journey on 1 August,...

Published on Aug 07 2015 // Bookworm, Featured, Interview
All of my books are for simple and ordinary people: Tim I Gurung
Excerpts of the interview with the Hong Kong-based Nepali writer, Tim I Gurung, who himself call a writer of conscience and righteousness. Tim I Gurung Could you describe your journey to the British Gurkha Army to a Hong Kong-based novelist?  Tim: I came to Hong Kong in 1980 at 17 as a Gurkha soldier,...

Published on Jul 07 2015 // Interview
I would encourage the people of Greece to stand up: Don’t pay off those debts: John Perkins
  “Greece is being ‘hit’, there’s no doubt about it,” exclaims John Perkins, author of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, noting that “[Indebted countries] become servants to what I call the corporatocracy … today we have a global empire, and it’s not an American empire. It’s...

Published on Jan 26 2015 // Education, Featured, Interview
Education sector should not be supervised by the law that regulates a noodle company
Both academic and financial investment of the private sector in Nepal’s has become immense. The state, civil society and academicians have duly accepted its role in quality education. But, the private education in Nepal is not free from criticism–for being too business-oriented and not agreeing...

Published on Jan 16 2015 // Interview
A sincere leader cannot do things that are not related to the guidelines he leaves to others: Dr. Aleida Guevara
Paediatrician cum advocate of the world human rights Dr. Aleida Guevara, the eldest daughter of the revolutionary icon Che Guevara talked with Damodar Prasad Acharya on diverse issues during the solidarity festival “Manifiesta” in Belgium. The excerpts of the conversation shared some times ago by...

Published on Oct 30 2014 // Education, Interview
We ensure proper take care of children, academic excellence and all round development
Where does Little Angels’ School stand today based on its structure, quality education and overall achievements? See, there are many measuring rods to measure the quality of academic institutions. The important tool amongst them is the trust of public and parents. Based on physical infrastructure,...