Nepali horror flick set for release

Movies are often released on Fridays but this time the Kathputali team has settled on a Thursday as it is a national holiday because of Tamhu Loshar


The Triangle Conference begins

During the seven sessions spread over three days, politicians, bureaucrats, academics, private sector representatives, student leaders and other representatives from the three sectors will discuss the gaps in their communication, their future vision for...


AMN launches ‘Unity for Sustainability’ campaign

To fight climate change individual steps are not enough and all stakeholders need to jointly work and raise their voices


The Triangle Conference: Righting the government-academia-business...

Are our businesses and industries not investing enough in human resource development? Or is it the state’s failure to come up with the right policies, programs, and incentives?

Pratik Ghimire

Gorkha school awaits promised Chinese help 11 years...

During the prime ministership of Baburam Bhattarai, a high-level visiting Chinese delegation had agreed to build 10 residential school buildings in the district

Shiva Upreti

Paul Shah in another lover-boy act

The film, a love story, will be produced by DR Mubhij. Other key actors are yet to be selected


Are we losing interest in Nepali books?

Palpasa Café had a simple, moving premise and characters youths could relate to. After that, the publishing industry saw a surge of authors telling relatable stories

Cilla Khatry

The Triangle Conference: Let’s discuss the future of...

The ‘ApEx Triangle Conference: Let’s discuss the future of Nepal’ (November 25-27) is a platform to get all the stakeholders talking, hashing out their differences so that they can work in mutually beneficial ways


Two ‘new’ ethnic groups register themselves in census

Members of the Chumba and Nubri ethic groups, who live in Chum and Nubri valleys of Gorkha use ‘Lama’ as their surname, were listed as members of the Tamang community during the previous census

Shiva Upreti

‘Ma Yesto Geet Gauchu 2’ set for Jan release

Making public the new poster of the film on Facebook, Thapa said this is the time to restart the entire Nepali film industry


Fixing Kathmandu’s chaotic roads

The traffic police say they are aware that the public has a lot of grievances. That is why, they take feedback and complaints seriously and, based on them, improve their handling of traffic | Photos: Pratik Rayamajhi/ApEx

Cilla Khatry

Karnali conflict victims cry out for justice

The people of Karnali, the region most affected by the armed conflict, are demanding justice as the Truth and Reconciliation Commission fails to deliver on its promises

Lalit Bahadur Budha

First Girl’s Legend Cup held at Siddhipur

A total of seven schools participated in the competition. Shree Siddhi Mangal Secondary School won the title of the school level “First Girl Legend Cup Futsal”


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