Nepali Song Facebook Ma Add Bhaiyo by Prem Sapkota and Mandabi Tripathi
English Nepali Dictionary app developed by Nepalayas was featured in Hi-Tech Plus section on Monday 20th January, 2014 issue of the national daily, The Himalayan Times.
A presentation of MEGA ENTERTAINMENT, Fitkiree is new Nepali movie directed by Anup Baral. Saugat malla, Deeya Maskey and Nischal Basnet are few names among other star cast in the movie. The movie is scheduled to release of 21st of March, 2014. Here’s the official tralier for the movie.
Meet Suma, one of the more than 25,000 girls in Room to Read’s Girls’ Education program. After spending six years of her childhood as an indentured servant, Suma was rescued and enrolled in school for the very first time.
God Loves Uganda, Academy Award-winning filmmaker Roger Ross Williams (Music by Prudence) explores the role of the American Evangelical movement in fueling Uganda’s terrifying turn towards biblical law and the proposed death penalty for homosexuality. Thanks to charismatic religious leaders and a well-financed campaign, these draconian new laws and the politicians that peddle them are … Continue reading God Loves Uganda (Official Trailer)
An animatronic “devil baby” in a remote controlled stroller goes on a rampage through the streets of New York City and hidden cameras record people’s reactions. http://www.devilsduemovie.com/
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CNN Hero of the Year 2012 It has been eight years since Pushpa Basnet, a 28-year-old Nepali woman, began gathering the children of Nepali prison inmates in a centre in the capital, Kathmandu, and providing them not only with shelter, but also education and motherly love.
Have you ever wanted to talk to your dog? Watch this video to learn how this dream may one day come true!
A song from Bungamati Apanga Sewa Sangh, Lalitpur.
This film is a part of 60SSFF (60 Seconds Short Film Festival) Nepal 2013, an annual event organized by Interface, Nepal- Media for Arts & Rights. Film is directed by Suraj Maharjan and Nirajan Bhandari
Chuna Devi – a mother of three in Nepal – once said that “being born as a girl is worthless.” But at the age of 47, she found self-worth and changed her life by finally learning to read at a READ Center, starting a women’s study group, and investing in her family’s education. Today, her goal is to empower other illiterate women in Nepal, and convince them that it’s never to late to learn to read.