Chinese Double Amputee mountaineer scales Mt. Everest

43 years ago, during an attempt to climb the same peak, Chinese mountaineer Xia Boyu lost both his legs to frost bite. But that did not stop him, he, in his fifth... Read more »

Twitteratis upset about impending Modi’s visit, share bitter blockade memories

Guess what is trending? #BlockadeWasCrimeMrModi. Two days ahead of Indian PM Narendra Modi’s official visit to Nepal, Nepali Twitter users are reminded of the difficulties the public had to face during the... Read more »

Iran Deal: What is it, and why won’t Trump sign it?

The May 12 deadline for Trump to sign the ‘secondary waivers’ of the Iran Deal is fast approaching. Trump has been calling the ‘Iran Deal’ a huge failure and that Iran has... Read more »

Late King Birendra’s photo on a beer bottle angers Nepalis

Seeing Late King Birendra’s photograph with a glass of beer in his hand on a bottle of beer has irked many Nepalis. Perhaps fueled by posts of Routine of Nepal Banda, a... Read more »

Nepalis Worldwide: You have a right to vote, and you shall have it

Nepali and abroad, as Naya Shakti Party Nepal has said in its tweet “Aba prabas ma raheko nepali ko note matra haina, vote pani chalcha’ (Now Nepalis abroad will not only contribute... Read more »

Nepali artist wins #MessiArt Competition

A Nepalese Artist, Sanil Chitrakar (Facebook page:SanilArtist) has won the #MessiArt competition. The competition was hosted on Messi’s official Facebook page and the winning artwork will be signed by Leo and donated to the... Read more »

One Day International Status: A brief history and what’s next for Nepal

(16/03/2017) By now you must have known that Nepal has acquired an ODI status – a proud day for Nepalese worldwide. The hard work and efforts of the entire Nepalese team have... Read more »

US Bangla Aircrash – Blackbox is the Factbox

News (15/03/2018) A two way accusation game seems to be ongoing following the death of 51 people on board the ill-fated US – Bangla Airlines which crashed while landing in Kathmandu. Conclusions... Read more »