Prasun Sangroula

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

Dev Rana, 68 and “still struggling to rock n roll”

Kathmandu: When it comes to pursuing a career in music in Nepal, very few can

In first friendly, Nepal women’s football team defeats Bangladesh with goals from debutantes

Kathmandu: Nepali women’s football team beat Bangladesh by two goals to one in a friendly

Nepal, Bangladesh ready to lock horns in friendlies

Kathmandu: Nepal and Bangladesh are all set to play against each other in friendly matches

Is this the right time in Nepal to reopen schools? Experts say it is not

Kathmandu: Despite the fact that Nepali students are not vaccinated against the coronavirus, a joint

India defeats Nepal 2-1 in second international friendly

India defeats Nepal two goals to one in the second of the two-series international friendlies

Sunsaan Raatma—the classic Nepali album from the ’80s you should listen to

Kathmandu: Due to the advent of technology and the disappearance of CDs and cassettes, album

Nepal, India draw 1-1 in first friendly

Kathmandu: The first friendly between Nepal and India on Thursday at the Dashrath Rangasala ended

Nepal, India ready for friendly face-off

Kathmandu: Nepal and India are all set to play against each other in friendlies slated

How financially viable are virtual concerts in Nepal?

Kathmandu: Manik Maharjan, a full-time musician before the pandemic, now works at an IT company

Frequent electricity outages distract students from imminent examinations

Kathmandu: For the last few weeks, there have been frequent electricity outages in different areas

Artmandu’s new music video “Baaf” portrays characters that are united by love but divided by nationalities

Kathmandu: Artmandu, the music video production company, is back with another unique music video for

Lack of ECAs during the pandemic can affect students mentally and physically

Kathmandu: Prasanna, a fifth-grader at a Biratnagar-based school, used to participate actively in Extracurricular Activities

JB Tuhure, who sang songs that inspired mass movements, struggles for his life

Kathmandu: On August 17, the revolutionary singer JB Tuhure was rushed to the hospital after

In “Kura Bujhna Parcha”, Prakash Saput makes a case for marriage as a private affair

Kathmandu: Singer-songwriter Prakash Saput is best known for his sentimental lyricism. His songs invoke issues