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 Jun 12 2017 // Featured, Slideshow, World News
No travel ban for Muslims in US
A US appeals court has upheld a decision blocking President Trump’s revised “travel ban” on people from six mainly Muslim nations. A lower court had issued the injunction on the grounds that the ban was discriminatory after a challenge by the state of Hawaii. The 90-day ban was to apply...

Published on Apr 15 2017 // Featured, Slideshow, World News
North Korea ‘ready for nuclear attack’
North Korea has warned the US not to take provocative action in the region, saying it is “ready to hit back with nuclear attacks”. The comments came as North Korea marked the 105th anniversary of the birth of its founding president, Kim Il-sung. A huge parade in Pyongyang was held amid speculation...

Published on Apr 15 2017 // Education, Featured, Slideshow
A Word on Buddha
Have you ever failed an exam for giving all the right answers? The chances are, you have not. I first encountered this issue from a 7th grade geography bee when I asked to provide the birthplace of Buddha. Loud and proud to be a Nepali, I confidently look through the answer choices for an option marked...

Published on Mar 10 2017 // Featured, Nepal News, Slideshow
Anti-Indian sentiment in Nepal reaches at its peak due to killing of Nepali man Gobinda Gautam by Indian SSB force
Anti-Indian sentiment in Nepal is perhaps at its peak in the recent days, thanks to India’s own wrongdoings and micromanagement in its ‘closest’ neighbor, clearly violating the UN principles of non-interference. A Nepali citizen Gobinda Gautam of Punarbas Municipality in Kanchanpur,...

Published on Feb 27 2017 // Featured, Nepal News, Slideshow
Socio-economic picture of Chepang people
By Rajendra BK Chepang, also known as Praja, is one of the 59 indigenous communities of Nepal living along the banks of Chepe river of Gorkha; and in Makawanpur, Chitwan and Dhading districts. Historians claim that the indigenous caste used to be called “Che-wang” before. According to the...

Published on Feb 20 2017 // Featured, Nepal News, Slideshow
Nepal appoints 14 ambassadors
Bhim Udas/ Source: Facebook Kathmandu: A meeting of the Council of Ministers on Monday (February 20) has recommended 14 personalities as Nepal’s ambassadors to different countries. However, the nominees are required to undergo a parliamentary hearing procedure though the Parliamentary Hearing Special...

Published on Feb 15 2017 // Diaspora, Featured, Slideshow
NPPF Denmark selects Gautam as convener of organizing committee
Udayaraj Gautam has been selected the coordinator of Nepali People’s Progressive Forum (NPPF), Denmark. Gautam is also the founding chairman of the NPPF, Denmark. A gathering of Nepalis living in Denmark and supporting the cause of CPN (Maoist Centre) held in Copenhagen on Sunday on the occasion...