It’s always interesting to know what Nepalese living abroad are going through. So many changes to deal with and it’s certainly more than just cultural differences. An article published in The New York Times portrays the story about how Nepalese salon workers in the US had to overcome the cultural hurdle to do what they’re doing right now.
A picture is worth a thousand words. It definitely holds true in this photograph which captures the locals of Mirchaiya, Siraha providing meals to the travelers who were left astray due to the ongoing bandh.
Supposed to be based on the popular social networking site, Facebook has been produced by Sunil Kumar Thapa and directed by Suraj Subba. The film, which was shot partly in Kathmandu and partly in Singapore, features Rajesh Hamal, Jharana Thapa, Subash Thapa, Wilson Bikram Rai, and Anurag Man Singh Kunwar among others and is set for nationwide release on Shrawan 15.
The Metropolitan Traffic Police Division (MTPD) of Nepal has found another very reliable way of capitalising on public safety… For months, (MTPD) has been inspecting Driving Under the Influence (DUI) cases, locally popularised as MA PA SE (Madak Padartha Sewan).
School Leaving Certificate (SLC) examination always manages to create a stir across the country. After all, it’s considered the ‘Iron Gate’ for 10th graders who’ll be bidding their school life goodbye.
It’s amazing what you can discover on YouTube.