Prasun Sangroula

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

Sajjan Raj Vaidya’s new song, Parkhaai, is an anthem for doomed lovers

Kathmandu: Are you waiting or searching for someone who promised to stay with you forever? If

TU students take to social media to call for online exams

Kathmandu: Prajwal, a first year student of BSc Physics at Tribhuvan University, is apprehensive about

How singer Deepak Bajracharya and his daughter Cherisa are bridging the generation gap through a TV show

Kathmandu: When the coronavirus pandemic was at its early stage last year, singer Deepak Bajracharya

With travel bans in place and visa interview slots yet to reopen, thousands of students vying for abroad study face an uncertain future

Kathmandu: On June 6, Shrinkhala Khatiwada, an architect and winner of a popular beauty pageant,

Five recent music videos that expose Nepal and its multitudes

Kathmandu: Despite the pandemic and the lockdown, Nepal’s music video scene doesn’t seem to slow

With lockdown eased, Nepal sees a resurgence of weddings and ceremonies amid Covid-19 risk

Kathmandu: Samikshya, 24, from Kathmandu recently got married, just after the lockdown was eased. Even

KMC draws flak for wiping out a mural paying tribute to frontliners

Kathmandu: Over the past month, visitors to Ratnapark were greeted by a stately mural painted

With the new higher secondary academic session in the offing, colleges move online to promote themselves

Kathmandu: The coronavirus pandemic has pushed educational institutions to reckon with a new mode of

Five emerging Nepali bands you should check out

Kathmandu: The Before Times were the halcyon days for Nepali rock with the scene witnessing

Resumption of ride-hailing services comes as relief to hundreds of youths relying on gig economy to make a living

Kathmandu: Ride-hailing services in Nepal are back into operation with the government easing the lockdown

Government sets criteria for internal evaluation of SEE students. Public schools say it’s impossible to meet them.

Kathmandu: Last week, the National Examination Board (NEB) released a directive for the evaluation, publication

Five Nepali short movies on YouTube you should watch this week

Kathmandu: Nepali filmmakers have been unable to release their movies for the past year owing

Nabin K Bhattarai’s staying power

Kathmandu: Nabin K Bhattarai sits on a chair and plucks the familiar intro of Ankhama

Scholars Space – An online space for scholars

Kathmandu: Here is an opportunity for learners and students who are not able to make