Prasun Sangroula

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

Jumla-based athletes steal the limelight on the opening day of Youth Athletics Championship

Kathmandu: Prakash Kathayat and Rammaya Buda of Jumla bagged gold in under-20, 3000-meter race, at

What to make of teachers’ involvement in party politics?

Kathmandu: Recently, in one of the events, chairman of CPN (Maoist Center) Pushpa Kamal Dahal

“Stop Kiss”: What it takes to love someone of the same sex?

Kathmandu: Under the red and pink light, Callie Pax is dancing to the funky beats

In a match that saw intense competition at both ends, Machhindra and TAFC settle for a goalless draw

Kathmandu: With the presence of over 4,000 spectators, Dasharath Rangasala on Monday witnessed one of

Newly-promoted Satdobato stun Three Star

Kathmandu: Newly-promoted Satdobato Youth Club overcome the experienced side Three Star 1-0 at the first

Independence of umbrella organization of Nepali journalists comes under scrutiny

Kathmandu: The Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ), an umbrella organization of Nepali journalists, is mired

Many Nepali politicians have personal websites but they are either un-updated, unreachable or errorful

Kathmandu: Whenever someone wants to know or research about any person or product, their first

Departmental derby concludes with 1-1 draw

Kathmandu: In what was one of the most anticipated matches in the ongoing Martyr’s Memorial

Nepali skaters face government’s indifference and police’s wrath

Kathmandu: For a long time, football and cricket have been the dominant sports in Nepal.

Why do most politicians send their offspring abroad for education?

Kathmandu: On November 7, former Prime Minister and Chairman of CPN-UML KP Sharma Oli asked

A brief history of deusi bhailo culture and how it is adapting to changing times

Kathmandu: The festival of lights is among us and many of us will have engaged

Review | The blazing originality of “Kalo Keshma Reli Mai,” a song that has had Nepalis swooning over

Kathmandu: A blurry frame is interspersed by hues of green and black before we are

Nepal’s Head Coach Abdullah Almutairi ‘delighted’ for signing three-year contract with ANFA

Kathmandu: Nepali Men’s Football Team Head Coach Abdullah Almutairi has signed his contract with the

COP26: Why the climate change conference in the UK is important for Nepal

Kathmandu: The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, or COP26, is taking place at Glasgow,