Prasun Sangroula

Prasun Sangroula is a correspondent for Nepal Live Today covering life and arts and social issues.

The evolution of FinePrint

Kathmandu: Ajit Baral always wanted to be his own boss. A nine-to-five office job is

A higher ‘high’: The case of celebrities and drug abuse

Kathmandu: Last month, police arrested two Nepali artists, rapper Ashis Rana ‘Laure’ and vlogger Chetan

Three recent Nepali music videos you should watch

Kathmandu: The first month of the year saw some amazing Nepali music videos that kept

The indie band Phosphenes wants to go global

Kathmandu: When Phosphenes dropped their music video of “Yestai Nai Hola” on January 15, they

Sports sector suffers as its governing body remains headless

Kathmandu: For the last two months, the National Sports Council, the executive sports body of

Nepal defeats Mauritius 1–0 in second friendly

Kathmandu: Nepal beat Mauritius 1-0 in the second friendly match on Tuesday at Dasarath Rangasala.

Covid-19 third wave’s impact on Nepal’s sports scene stretches far and wide

Kathmandu: On Saturday, Nepal’s national men’s football team faced off Mauritius in a friendly at

Online classes are no more new now. What can be done to make them further effective?

Kathmandu: As the cases of coronavirus started growing rapidly again, the government has decided to

Fear, worries and panic among students as universities run board exams amid Omicron surge

Kathmandu: On Tuesday, BA LLB 3rd year students from Chakrabarti Habi Education Academy, a college

Purano Ghar’s “Lati ko Chhora” reviewed: How people in power inflict injustice upon minorities

This play can be relatable to everyone who feels exploited by the people in power.

Purbanchal University comes under fire for denying registration and admit card to a student identifying as a trans woman

Kathmandu: While all of her friends received their admit cards on Friday, Rukshana Kapali was

DA 69’s second innings

Kathmandu: For the last three years, Sudin Pokharel, alias DA 69, has dropped one new

Recalling the happenings in Nepal’s sports scene in 2021

Kathmandu: Nepal’s sports sector, put to sleep by the pandemic, scrambled to return to normalcy

Nepal has over 4.4 million informal workers, majority of them underpaid and excluded from social protection: Report

Kathmandu: A report by the Centre for Social Change (CSC) titled “Under the Shadows of