Prasun Sangroula

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

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,

Nepal’s A-list basketball players dribble troubles galore, on and off the court

Kathmandu: Last week, Kiran Chemjong, skipper of the Nepali national football team, revealed his salary

Eight years after govt introduced agriculture insurance, only a few farmers know about it

Kathmandu: Around this time every year, Ram Prasad, a 70-year-old farmer from Kailali district, would

The trials and tribulations of Nepal’s only sports museum

Kathmandu: At the Nepal Olympic Museum, the country’s only sports museum, one is greeted by

“NGOs have made positive contributions in the social change process”

Youths have played an instrumental role in Nepal’s mass movements and protests. Yet the direct

How this Bajura-based club is aiming to change the district’s identity through football

Kathmandu: The Imperial Futsal at Kaushaltar in Bhaktapur had a characteristically energetic atmosphere on Friday,

Second friendly between Nepal and Bangladesh women’s football team ends in goalless draw

In a match that saw plenty of energy but less of striking finesse, the second