It was started on 1st Falgun 2071 till 10 Falgun 2071 to promote local market and preserve arts, culture and tradition along with commercial perspective.
The festival organisers believe it to be one of the splendor of Lamjung district and estimates the participations from all communities to make this event a grand success....Read-More
2 July 2011: It was an exciting day for me as I was tuning online radios and browsing our national dailies to see our players performance against East Timor from my office. I felt great and proud to see Anil Gurung scoring a goal in 3rd Minute in penalty in myrepublica.com in headlines. But was quite restless till the end of the first half as they couldn't score any goals. But when I tuned the Radio Kantipur on the second half I heard our player has already scored 2nd and 3rd goal on 55th and 59th minute by Bhola silwal and Jumanu Rai. ...Read-More
Happy New year 2068 to all the Nepalese around the Globe,
It's almost that time of the year when we say goodbye to Nepali Year BS 2067 and welcome Nepali New Year BS 2068. It is known as "Navavarsha" in Nepal.
Nepal has its official calendar that begins from the first day of the first month Baisakh. This very first day is observed as Nepali New Year which usually falls in the second week of April. People go for picnics, have get-togethers and celebrate the day socializing in various ways as this day is also a national holiday. ...Read-More
India have won cricket's World Cup after 28 years with a victory over Sri Lanka by six wicket at Wankhede Stadium on Saturday. India sparked wild celebrations among their billion supporters after winning the world Cup for the second time.
After Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara won the toss and opted to bat first, Mahela Jayawardene smashed 103 not out off just 88 balls and featured in half-century stands with Sangakkara (48), Thilan Samaraweera (21) and Nuwan Kulasekara (32) to take Sri Lanka to 274-6.
Yuvraj Singh (2-49) was once again the pick of Indian bowlers, while Zaheer Khan grabbed a couple of wickets. ...Read-More
The festival of colors which usually falls on Falgun but this time it is on Chaitra 5 (March 20, 2011). It is one of the main festivals of Hindus and it is celebrated in Nepal, India and Sri Lanka with exchanging colors and spraying coloured water on one another.
In Nepal, it is celebrated by throwing lola (meaning water balloon) It usually starts a week ahead by young boys and girls.