Miss Nepal in Biratnagar

The Hidden Treasure took its Miss Nepal college campaign and auditions to Biratnagar recently.

Applications open for the best dancer

Sushila Arts Academy and Zest Motors, in association with the Russian Centre of Science and Culture, are all set to organise a dance competition titled the Best Dancer Nepal 2015.

Newari jatras on canvas

Frozen Festival Moments, a solo painting exhibition by Anil Prajapati, will start today at Newa Chen Art Gallery, Patan.

Jimmy Page revels in new Led Zeppelin re-masters

Jimmy Page started the project because he couldn't believe how bad Led Zeppelin sounded.

Blurring the lines

Our immersion in technology has become so deep in recent times that we use multiple devices at any given time.

Curating with Veerangana Kumari Solanki

Nepal has witnessed a lot of art activities in the past few years. Younger artists are more active than ever and people have actually started documenting and researching art.

Far from perfect

In the game, you play as Ajay Ghale, who at the start of the story, returns to his hometown of Kyrat (a mythical Himalayan country) in order to fulfil the final wish of his deceased mother

The Sultan in full swing

Anil Shahi, also known as the Nepali Sultan of Strings, is a fusion guitarist and music director.

First Indo-Nepal Motor Rally 2015 announced

The first Indo-Nepal Friendship Motor Rally 2015--from Puri, Orissa, India, to Kathmandu, Nepal--will start on February 27 and will conclude in New Delhi on March 8.

Performance at Mcube

Gallery Mcube, Lalitpur, hosted, at its premises, a collaborative performance titled Paper Planes and the Frogs on Sunday.

Hackathon at Pulchowk

The Hackathon, one of the many competitions at the Locus technical festival, organised by the students of Pulchowk Campus Institute of Engineering, concluded on Februrary 22

The last wish

This is the story of a mother who mustered up enough courage to send her son to the foreign lands for the sake of a better future

Cleaning Bagmati river

The prominence of environmental degradation can be seen through the condition of the Bagmati River that flows through the city

As real as books

Anita Shah is a news producer and Nepali news reader with the Kantipur Television.

KIMFF travels to Hong Kong

As part of the Kathmandu Film Festival’s (KIMFF) Travelling KIMFF show, the festival’s organisers screened a selection of films at the Pakistani Club, in Hong Kong