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Thursday, 23 March 2017

Interview with Dayahang Rai

Posted by Anup Baral | March 23, 2017 : Dayahang was born on April 13, 1980 in a remote village in Bhojpur district in Eastern Nepal. He belonged to a middle-class family of seven members. His father had two wives. Dayahang has two younger sisters and an elder brother - Bidur Lamichhane Rai. Dayahang completed his lower secondary-level study from Pashupati Lower Secondary School in Khawa VDC, Bhojpur district and his high school from Annapurna Secondary School, Dilpa in 1998. He was inspired by his mother who used to narrate him numerous fairy tales in his childhood. Dayahang started acting from his schooldays. He completed his intermediate-level studies at Bhojpur Multiple College, with geography as the major subject. He came to Kathmandu in 2001 and joined the Nepal Maanawiki Campus (then RR Campus) as a journalism major. He could not do well in studies. He then moved towards theatre and stage shows.
Dayahang first acted in the telefilm Yuwa.[4] He then worked in Dalan, another teleserial directed by Nabin Subba in 2003. The telefilm was later broadcast by Nepal Television in 2009. He got his first opportunity as a lead actor in Anagarik (2006), a feature film by Ram Babu Gurung that won two awards in the Nepal International Indigenous Film Festival. Dayahang then acted in the romantic film Mero Euta Saathi Chha (2009) that was directed by Sudarshan Thapa. Dayahang received considerable recognition for his next role in the film Dasdhunga (2009).

News - Clone magnetic Card theft

Posted by Anup Baral | March 23, 2017 :
The Metropolitan Police Office [MPO], Ranipokhari, Kathmandu was established on 01/08/2063 B.S. as the primary law enforcement agency for Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur districts of the Kathmandu Valley. It has authority to command all the police components located in its area of responsibility. The chief of Metropolitan Police is the Police Commissioner (Additional Inspector General of Police, AIGP) who reports to the Inspector General of Police.The Metropolitan Police comprises of Public Security Division, Administration Division, Intelligence Division, Inspectorate, Crime Division, Traffic Division, Armed Police Battalion, Riot Control Battalion, Garrison Battalion, Control Room, 3 Ranges, 18 Circles, 50 Sectors, 3 Area Police Offices and 23 Police Posts at present. Other Divisions and Sections will become functional in due course. The MPO today is on the forefront of technological crime fighting advances from highly developed advances in evidence analysis to state-of the-art-information technology. These modern techniques are combined with a contemporary community policing philosophy, referred to as Policing for Prevention.

No agreement to be signed during PM Prachanda's China visit

Posted by Anup Baral | March 23, 2017 : Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda', the first Prime Minister after the nation was declared a republic, was born on December 11, 1954 in Dhikurpokhari-2, Kaski. Son of Muktiram Dahal and Bhawani Dahal, 'Prachanda' holds a Bachelor's Degree in Agriculture and Animal Science. Active since the past 42 years in Nepalese politics, 'Prachanda' spent some six years in teaching and also served at the USAID. He is contesting from Kathmandu-10 and Siraha-5 in the CA Election 2013. He began his political career in 1972 from Pushpal Group and formed Marxist Group in 1975 and later joined CPN (Fourth Convention) in 1978. With full-fledged membership of CPN (FC) in 1979, 'Prachanda' was elected as Chitwan District Committee member in 1980.
After the party split in 1986, 'Prachanda' sided with Mohan Baidya 'Kiran'. While 'Kiran' led the party, the Sector Incident of 1989 forced the party chieftain to resign, making way for 'Prachanda' to lead the party in 1990 as general secretary. He is still the party head since then. He became the general secretary of CPN (Unity Center) in 1992 and general secretary of CPN (Maoist) in 1995. The 2nd General Convention of the CPN (Maoist) elected him as the party chairman in 2001 and has held the position since then to date even after the party was converted to UCPN-Maoist. 'Prachanda' led the armed revolution in 1996 and also became the supreme commander of the People's Liberation Army. Ending his 25-year long underground life, 'Prachanda' became public at Baluwatar on June 16, 2006. Once a wanted man for revolting against the state, 'Prachanda' became the prime minister of Nepal on August 18, 2008 and remained in the office till May 25, 2009. In the CA Election 2008, 'Prachanda' won from Kathmandu-10 and Rolpa-2. In Kathmandu, he received 23,277 votes to defeat NC's Rajendra Kumar KC, who received 12,154. CPN-UML's Sanu Kumar Shrestha came third with 8,568 votes. 'Prachanda' has three daughters and a son. He has also written book on Nepalese society and politics. He still faces cases on his involvement in killings of people during the armed conflict.

Pradeep Gyawali Speaks About Saptari Incident - Video

Posted by Anup Baral Mar 23, 2017:
Former Prime Minister and minister Madhav Kumar Nepal shares about his views regarding Saptari incident and his political party’s rally across the Nepal. He shares what really happened at Saptari while they were doing program. He blames Madhesi Morcha for the Saptari incident and he request them not to repeat such act which was shameful as well as it has affected badly to the nation rather than politically.

Update: PM Prachanda to visit China on Thursday

Posted by Anup Baral | March 23, 2017 : Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda', the first Prime Minister after the nation was declared a republic, was born on December 11, 1954 in Dhikurpokhari-2, Kaski. Son of Muktiram Dahal and Bhawani Dahal, 'Prachanda' holds a Bachelor's Degree in Agriculture and Animal Science. Active since the past 42 years in Nepalese politics, 'Prachanda' spent some six years in teaching and also served at the USAID. He is contesting from Kathmandu-10 and Siraha-5 in the CA Election 2013. He began his political career in 1972 from Pushpal Group and formed Marxist Group in 1975 and later joined CPN (Fourth Convention) in 1978. With full-fledged membership of CPN (FC) in 1979, 'Prachanda' was elected as Chitwan District Committee member in 1980.
After the party split in 1986, 'Prachanda' sided with Mohan Baidya 'Kiran'. While 'Kiran' led the party, the Sector Incident of 1989 forced the party chieftain to resign, making way for 'Prachanda' to lead the party in 1990 as general secretary. He is still the party head since then. He became the general secretary of CPN (Unity Center) in 1992 and general secretary of CPN (Maoist) in 1995. The 2nd General Convention of the CPN (Maoist) elected him as the party chairman in 2001 and has held the position since then to date even after the party was converted to UCPN-Maoist. 'Prachanda' led the armed revolution in 1996 and also became the supreme commander of the People's Liberation Army. Ending his 25-year long underground life, 'Prachanda' became public at Baluwatar on June 16, 2006. Once a wanted man for revolting against the state, 'Prachanda' became the prime minister of Nepal on August 18, 2008 and remained in the office till May 25, 2009. In the CA Election 2008, 'Prachanda' won from Kathmandu-10 and Rolpa-2. In Kathmandu, he received 23,277 votes to defeat NC's Rajendra Kumar KC, who received 12,154. CPN-UML's Sanu Kumar Shrestha came third with 8,568 votes. 'Prachanda' has three daughters and a son. He has also written book on Nepalese society and politics. He still faces cases on his involvement in killings of people during the armed conflict.

Jyoti Magar's New Lok Dohori | Rati Rati Sirani - Poshan Dangi | Ft.Rameshraj

Posted by Anup Baral | March 23, 2017 : Jyoti Magar is a Nepalese folk singer, model and dancer.She started her professional musical career in 2006. Jyoti was born in remote village of Rolpa District. Later, she lived in Dang as a student till she cleared her schooling.
New Nepali Folk Video Song 2017/2073 "Rati Rati Sirani" by Poshan Dangi & Jyoti Magar only on Music Nepal official YouTube channel.Rati Rati Sirani Singer – Poshan Dangi & Jyoti Magar Lyrics – Madhusudan Dangi Music – Bikram Thapa Artists – Jyoti Magar & Rameshraj Singh Editor – Prabin Bhatta Camera – Durga Paudel Director – Bikram Chauhan

Producer Devi Prasad Pandey/Nirbhaya/Nikhil Upreti

Posted by Anup Baral | March 23, 2017 : Nikhil Upretiis a Nepalese actor. His first film was Pinjada, released in 2000, in which he jumped off a seven storied building of Manipal Hospital. He has worked in more than 110 films, won Best Actor in National Films Award for Hami Tin Bhai. He was awarded with Rastriya Nagarik Swarna Samman in 2006.Upreti is well known for doing his own stunts. Some of his movies are Pinjada, dai, Hami Tin Bhai, dhadkan, Bhairav and Lootera.
Interviewee _ Producer, Devi Prasad Pandey Interviewer – Sagar Dhungana Camera & Edit – sabin /Sagar Dhungana After years in Mumbai (home of Bollywood), he was scheduled to direct and act in a Hindi movie called Commitment. He made a comeback to Nepalese Film Industry with 'Bhairav' in 2015, which was a commercial hit.Upreti was born on 10 August 1980, to Govinda Upreti and Bhoj Kumari Upreti in Piprabhitta of Sarlahi, Nepal. During his childhood days, he was interested in sports especially in Karate and football. He completed his education from Birgunj and Kathmandu and moved to Mumbai and worked in different movies as an assistant fight director.

Nepal to play with Sri Lankan stars in T20 series

Posted by Anup Baral | March 23, 2017 : Nepal will host acclaimed cricketers of Sri Lanka in a three-match Twenty20 Cricket Series at the TU grounds, Kirtipur. The Nepali national cricket team represented by Gorkha Rhinos will vie against Lankan Lions consisting of current and former international cricketers of Sri Lanka. The tournament will be played from April 25 to May 1. Organizing a press conference in the capital on Wednesday, Periwinkle Trade and Service Private Limited, an event management company, announced to host the tournament to mark the 60th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Nepal and Sri Lanka, the Test-playing side. The series will be played on April 27, 29 and May 1.
According to Dipesh Ghale, the CEO of Periwinkle, the Lankan Lions will be studded with six current national players and as many former internationals. The visiting side will be captained by former Sri Lanka international Aravinda De Silva. The home team will be captained by national cricket team captain Paras Khadka. Legendary batsman Sanath Jayasuriya, Chaminda Vass, Romesh Kaluwithrana, Upul Chandana and Kaushalya Weeraratne are the former cricketers to visit Nepal. Among them, De Silva, Jayasuriya, Upul Chandana and Romesh Kaluwithrana were the members of the 1996 World Cup-winning Sri Lankan squad. Upul Tharanga, Rangana Herath, Dilshan Munaweera, Farveez Maharoof, Sachithra Senanayake and Chamara Silva are the current members of the Sri Lankan national team to visit Nepal. Rangana Herath is the current Test captain of Sri Lanka while Upul Tharanga is the limited overs captain. Periwinkle will look after the management of the tournament while Cricket Association of Nepal will provide technical support. According to Nepal's skipper Paras Khadka, Cricket Players Association of Nepal (CPAN) will take the initiative to form the cricket team and will be assisted by national team coach Jagat Tamata. “The series will impart positive message to the international cricket fraternity given the visit of players from Test-playing nation," Paras said. “The tournament will also be a great opportunity for Nepali cricketers. It will be vital in giving exposure to Nepali players.” Recalling that two former coaches of the national cricket team of Nepal were Sri Lankan, Paras said, “The series will also help in building a cordial relation between Nepal and Sri Lanka cricket.” Periwinkle CEO Ghale said that the company had decided to host the series to provide platform to national cricketers to play competitive matches and contribute in enhancing performance level of the team. myrepublica

Traveling gives us the opportunity to disconnect from our regular life. You get to forget your problems/issues for a few weeks, it can also help you figure things out that you would not have understood without the distance traveling can give you. We all have crazy schedules, work and a family to take care of, going away alone or with some friends can give you distance and perhaps even make you realize how important these people are for you. Like the saying says: we never know what we have until we lose it.

Another great benefit is the relaxation you get to do. It’s nice to live life to its fullest and enjoy a stress free time with yourself. Going on vacation lets us recharge our “batteries” by disconnecting us from our regular life. When we come back we feel invigorated and we are happy to be back in our day to day routine. It’s a very good stress remover that has a lot more to give than most people are willing to accept.

Traveling increases our knowledge and widens our perspective. To view new customs, different ways of living is fantastic for the mind. It gives us a new perspective about life and especially our life, it can help us change some of our habits or even create new ones. When I travel I usually make it a point to try new food, some cultures don’t have fries in their diet and they are all skinny, others use spices to give taste and not oils or fats. Discovering different values and ways to get by in life is really interesting. You also need to visit exotic new places and discover what this wonderful world has to offer.