It`s midnight but I'm still staring at the ceiling. I had an awesome presentation today but this euphoria is not the cause of my insomnia rather I'm regretting an hour of my day. I wish I had a Time Tunner like the one in movie Harry Potter or Action Replay so that I can go back and kill my shyness. But this is not a hollywood drama neither is it a bollywood movie, so thinking something like that is all vain. I wonder how excited I was for today as I'm a novice in the bank. Journey from Itahari to Dharan, it hardly takes an hour but I am used to this tedious commute. "Mom, please make the table ready, I don't wanna be late. At least not today." I screamed from my room, my eyes still in the mirror which has the reflection of my messy bed beside me. Rejecting all those six pairs eventua. . .
American software maker Adobe has created a concept of a software that would let users edit photos by using a voice-based digital assistant. A video shared by Adobe shows a user cropping, flipping and sharing an image to Facebook using voice commands. Adobe says the concept is the first step towards an interface that'll include search and editing tools together. read more at YouTube [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6TccXFBY5g[/embed]. . .
Everyone uses YouTube today. Ever wondered to know the first video uploaded to YouTube ? & that video is actually still active. Me at the Zoo - jawed / Uploaded on Apr 23, 2005 - 35,581,354 Views upto now Me at the zoo is the first-ever video that was uploaded to Youtube. It was uploaded at 8:27:12 p.m. UTC on April 23, 2005 by the site's cofounder jawed karim, with the username "jawed" and recorded by his high school friend Yakov Lapitsky. He created an account on YouTube the same day. The nineteen-second video was shot by Yakov Lapitsky at the San Diego featuring Karim in front of the elephants in their old exhibit in Elephant Mesa, professing his interest in their "really, really, really lonng trunks". [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNQXAC9IVRw[/embe. . .
[caption id="attachment_27990" align="alignleft" width="263"] Writer : Madhu Khatiwada[/caption] Ambling through the highway, staring these pedestrians who don't even have their time to return a gaze. May be it's already been dusk and women have their children waiting them back home, children have a pile of homework to complete and men, may be their spouse are waiting for them to ask what to prepare for dinner. This busy street and me. Each time my left leg crosses my right and vice versa, my bosom heaves and heart races faster, faster than the motorbike which just passed by me. At the mean time, my eyes glued on a diamond. I guess not diamond, it's a gold because yellow street lights are already on. She is fighting with her boyfriend or just friend or eternal love or whoever he is. Sh. . .
#FaceofBiratnagar “You must be wondering why I am dressed up this way, don’t you? Well, I am one of the pitch curators here. I dress like my workers and often crack jokes. They enjoy my company and follow my every order. This is my key to get the work done effectively. Taking about me, I always had liberty to follow my intuition: cricket. I am involved in cricket for the past twenty years. I started my journey as a player in Youth Cricket Club Biratnagar. Now, I am a licensed umpire to officiate regional games. We will get this pitch done and dusted by tomorrow. This stadium has what it takes to uplift cricket in Eastern Nepal to a new level.” -Sanjay Lama (Found him in newly constructed Cricket Stadium in Baijanathpur, Puspalal Chowk, Biratnagar) Narrator: Biebek Chamlaga. . .
Kathmandu was heated by the release of movie named White Sun which reads Seto Surya in Nepali. Seto Surya was a movie based on post-insurgency era which was screened across many film festivals of the globe and was able to win awards on different genres. Before this movie a movie named Kalo Pothi had also raised the temperature of the country as it was released inside the country. Kalo-pothi was a movie based during the insurgency. This movie was also screened at many big festivals and also was able to win awards on different topics. Before that, another movie called ‘Talakjung vs. Tulke, also a movie based on War was chosen to compete at the Oscars in the non-English movie category. Though it was trans-created from a Chinese play, it was able to win over critics and viewers ins. . .
A Nepali writes, Dear Prime Minister I hope you are in good health. So that you can shoulder the mammoth responsibilities you inherited after dethroned Mr. KP Sharma Oli blaming him with various charges. You told that Oli Government was unable to provide relief to earthquake victims, unable to carry-out reconstruction work and wasn’t serious about the Madesh issue. You may have been right about all of that. And hence you justified replacing him. This means, all the burden of all those incomplete works are now onto your shoulder. Meanwhile, you gently signed a Gentleman’s agreement with Mr. Sher Bahadur Deuba agreeing upon allowing Mr. Deuba to succeed you after 9 months, which means you have limited time to complete these incomplete work. Let me remind you that on the day of y. . .
#FaceOfBiratnagar "Since I was with my parents, I was used to looking after our family street shop. Now, I am married. I live with my children while my husband works abroad. I was not content with staying at home and limiting myself with household works. So, I have been running this pan shop since 25 years. Pan shop is male dominated occupation, and many customers ask me about this, but I am able to generate extra income in my family. My children can eat delicious food and wear good clothes, and I am absolutely proud of it." - Bindu Bhagat (Find her pan stall in Mahabir Chowk, Biratnagar) Photographer: Alish Dhamala Narrator: Biebek Chamlagain . . .
#FaceOfBiratnagar “I failed SLC examination. Since then I have been selling popcorn and dry fruits in this cart. My parents were never reluctant of me going to school, but it was my decision to do a business in cart after failing SLC. I enjoy this business as much as I enjoy the company of my friends. In future, I wish to own a big shop.” -14 years old Rahul Shah (Find his cart in Hariyar Chowk) Photographer: Alish Dhamala Narrator: Biebek Chamlagain. . .
#FaceOfBiratnagar “I was born and raised here in Biratnagar. In 1962, I went to Haridwar to acquired skills of palm reading. I make my living, reading the palm of people and telling them about their fortune for the last 35 years. I tell people what I see based on my knowledge, but fate alone is not enough in our lives. One needs to work really hard to achieve his goals.” -Rameshwor Raya Amat (Find him beside the entrance gate of Tax Office in Traffic Chowk, Biratnagar) Photographer: Alish Dhamala Narrator: Biebek Chamlagain. . .
Food Durbar, a quality food serving restaurant and bar, is now coming to Biratnagar. Food Durbar intends to bring food revolution in town. Features: * Kitchen team of Pallav Ghimire, a cook with 15 years of experiences in Nepal and abroad * Live Music and Jamming session every weekend *Abundance of Mouthwatering (Sub continental, Indian, Nepali food and many more) * Air-conditioned cushions and room with free Wi-Fi service * Royal and comfortable ambience with friendly staffs Hotel Durbar will commence to start their kings and queen by the end of Mangsir. Contact Details: Pipal Chowk, Bargachi, Biratnagar. Contact Number: 9808784762. Manager: Bikash Neupane. . .
KATHMANDU, Oct 28: Ncell has launched a new service, Mobile TV Packs, that enables its customers to watch live TV in mobile at an affordable rate. Issuing a statement, Ncell said that the launch of the TV packs marks yet another milestone in Nepali telecommunications market. "Customers subscribing the packs will be able to watch TV online in Net TV App, a product of NITV Streamz Pvt. Ltd with which Ncell has partnered for the mobile TV service," it added. The TV packs came into effect from October 26 itself. "Depending upon customers' requirement, Ncell's postpaid and prepaid customers can buy packs containing time duration of 30 Mins, 1 Hour, 2 Hours and 3 Hours to use the TV app. The cost of 30 mins pack is Rs 35, while the 1 Hour pack is available at Rs 60. Similarly, the 2 . . .