Prasun Sangroula

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

Public transport workers losing livelihoods; authorities turn a deaf ear

Kathmandu: Kumari Lama, a 36 years old tempo driver from Kathmandu has been out of

A Nepali documentary that depicts the ‘other side’ of trans culture wins at an Irish film fest

Kathmandu: A Nepali documentary that portrays the highs and lows of a transgender woman from

Meet the man archiving Nepal’s past, one tweet at a time

Kathmandu: In 2014, Santosh Khaderi came across the docu-series “Pradhanmantri” aired on the Indian news

How rapper Prakash Neupane channels frustration with political class into music

Kathmandu: Prakash Neupane wrote his first song at the age of 16. It was, of

To withstand the pandemic, the show must go online

Kathmandu: Princess KC from Baneshwor has recently joined an online class on performing arts. She

Dial M for mental health

Kathmandu: The recent few months have seen a surge in the number of organizations providing

As govt decides to let schools grade their own SEE students, educationists express concern on impartiality

Kathmandu: The government on Monday decided to issue Secondary Education Examinations (SEE) certificates through internal

Meet the man behind Nepali E-Chords, a guitar guru for thousands

Kathmandu: He teaches guitar for thousands but he is almost entirely anonymous. In his tutorials,

Valley residents decry weeklong closure of groceries, call the decision “illogical and impractical”

Kathmandu: The decision to disallow the operation of grocery and department stores in Kathmandu Valley

One year of Rukum massacre: Caste-based discrimination sees no decline in Nepal

Kathmandu: On this day a year ago, Nabaraj BK, 24, along with a group of

“Art has the capability of turning desperation into hope”

Kathmandu: Shanta Nepali is a filmmaker, journalist, adventurer, and travel photographer.  One of the most

Old schooling methods impediment for online pedagogy

Kathmandu: After the closure of academic institutions due to the covid-19 pandemic, the practice of

“During the pandemic we are on duty every single moment,” SSP Ashok Singh

Like others, he has a house where he wants to spend more time, talking with

‘Do not forget how the health professionals are working. Give them incentives, they are saving lives.’

Kathmandu: It’s a panic situation outside. The death and infection caused by the second wave