Prasun Sangroula

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

With the extension of prohibitory orders, street vendors in Hetauda are forced to operate surreptitiously

Hetauda: Bharat Prasad, a street vendor in Main Road, Hetauda, used to earn around Rs

NEB’s decision for blanket postponement of grade 12 exams draws flak

Kathmandu: After enormous pressure from various quarters, the National Examinations Board on Saturday indefinitely postponed

Bipin Karki: “Every person is a unique character”

Kathmandu: Before he became Bhasme Don, Phadindra Timsina and Bishnu Hari, transforming himself into some

Paras Khadka: “I want to implement my cricketing knowledge for the development of Nepali cricket”

Kathmandu: Former captain of the Nepali national cricket team Paras Khadka announced his retirement from

Short film review: The Last Experiment

Kathmandu: The pandemic has brought the Nepali film scene to a virtual standstill. Cinema theaters

Uniq Poet’s five cultural favorites

Kathmandu: Utsaha Joshi, aka Uniq Poet, is one of the most renowned rap artists in

Shahid Afridi to play for Kathmandu Kings XI

Kathmandu: Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi has joined Kathmandu Kings XI, an Everest Premier League franchise.

Digital form of mobocracy on the rise: Why is it harmful to democracy?

Kathmandu: After KP Sharma Oli was ousted from the post of prime minister two weeks

Sanjeev Baraili: “In music, things cannot happen overnight”

Kathmandu: Sanjeev Baraili was 10 years old when his brother went to a guitar class

Jindabaad Pt.2 injects a booster shot to Nepali rock music scene

Kathmandu: The Nepali rock music scene, put to sleep by the pandemic, has sprung back

Crowds at vaccination booths can further spread Covid infections, health experts warn

Kathmandu: Although the vaccination campaign for Covid-19 is progressively taking place, getting vaccinated is not

Samriddhi Rai’s new music video, Thaha Chha, evokes the finer feelings of college life

Kathmandu: Singer-songwriter Samriddhi Rai released her new song, Thaha Chha!, a duet featuring singer Vek,

“Misogyny gets air time”: Nepalis on social media outraged over a TV show

Kathmandu: On the July 8 episode of the weekly comedy program What The Flop, guest