Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Skateboard being produced in Nepal

There is a company that produce skateboards in Nepal. Surprised??
Yup, Araniko Skateboards in Nepal is producing skateboards with some cool nepali wooden arts on the board.
If you want to learn more visit the company's website:
Also, read the coverage of the company on this website:

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Nepali movie: "Mero euta sathi cha" and now watch online

Another nepali movie "Mero euta sathi cha" is in its production stage. The movie seems to be a different flavour for Nepali movie viewers. You can watch the trailor of the movie in its homepage. You can also watch newly released song here:

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Nepalese: Lets be responsible citizens

We have spent a lot of time insulting others, pointing out others fault but never thought of ourselves. Are we really up to the mark or we are just hypocrites. Definately, its a high time to think if we want to see prosperous, mordern and equitable Nepal. I found this article while surfing net that I would like to share with all people. Please read it and think carefully.


Everyone has a duty to be a responsible citizen. But unfortunately, not everyone takes this responsibility seriously. There are plenty of people the world over who do not know what being a responsible citizen means and these are the people who destroy our communities. For being a responsible citizen results in a happy and harmonious community – if everyone else does the same.

Being a responsible citizen covers many areas – some of them legal obligations, some social and some moral. So of course, because not all of them are legal obligations, being a responsible citizen is not as easy as staying within the law. In fact, to be a truly responsible citizen, we sometimes must go out of our way to do things which help our society – give a little of our time and effort for the greater good.

Legal Obligations
No one can be a responsible citizen without staying within the law. It is as simple as that. Criminals, by their very nature, are not behaving as responsible citizens. Laws exist to protect citizens, the communities they live in and their property. So to be a responsible citizen, we must respect these laws and abide by them. Harming others or others’ property does not equate to being a good citizen.

Social Obligations
Social obligations really form the bulk of being a responsible citizen and what this means. To be a responsible citizen, we should help our communities and those who live in them. So, being a responsible citizen can encompass things such as volunteering.

Volunteering, the third sector, is worth billions to our economy and even more to those who are helped by volunteering. But in the interests of being a responsible citizen, this could include smaller things too. So, volunteering for the Samaritans is a noble job to do and one which is certainly needed. But the elderly lady who lives alone may need someone to do her shopping and this demonstrates responsible citizenship just as much as volunteering in an organisation.

Other social obligations of being a good citizen can include things such as helping local businesses. This may means buying the meat for Sunday dinner from a local butcher rather than a supermarket, or using a small local bookstore rather than the internet. Being a responsible citizen also means being involved in our communities. This may be demonstrated by being on the school parent teacher association or the village hall committee. It may be as simple as attending events organised by these people.

Moral Obligations
Moral obligations of being a responsible citizen are harder to pin down because different people have different moral codes. But one place we can all start is in helping the environment.
The environmental problems society is facing are of our own making and we all have a moral obligation to do what we can to change this. So by living as environmentally friendly life as possible, we can help fulfil our moral obligations of being a responsible citizen. Taking recyclables to be recycled and using a compost bin are two easy ways and there are many more.

And they can be linked in with other obligations. For example, if you have a compose bin but no plants to use the compost on, you could give it to people who have plants but live alone, making them less likely to generate a huge amount of compost themselves.

Being a responsible citizen should not be a hard thing but it should be something which occasionally requires a little extra effort. This is because being a responsible citizen is, at its core, about being a less selfish person, and putting the needs of society before your own needs. It does not means you have to sacrifice all your free time to volunteer or help others, but it does means taking a little time to think about the impact of your actions on others.

Friday, July 10, 2009

Nepal beat China for ACC T20 third position

In ACC 20-20 womens cricket championship, Nepal has defeated China to secure the third position. Nepal defeated China by 73 runs. With this win Nepal has been selected for next year Asian games. Nepal scored 103 runs in 20 overs with the lose of 5 wicketss. In reply, China couldnot resist the balling attack of Nepal and was limited in only 30 runs in 10.2 overs. Nary Thapa helped Nepal to grab 4 wickets.

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Anil Gurung Scores In Trail Match

Anil Gurung has scored one goal in the trail match played at Woking FC ground.

According to Dilip Chhetri, Treasurer of Sahara FC UK, Anil Gurung was fielded in second half and managed to score one goal.

"He could have scored more goals had he played from the first half", Dilip Gurung told from England.

Woking FC manager is impressed, Anil is happy but it will still take some more days to know about the final selection.

Woking FC will announce five players out of 18 probables soon.

Monday, July 6, 2009

Madhav Kumar Nepal's personal website

Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal has lunched his personal website to give easy and direct access to the public and media about his activities and information.
Check the website:

Friday, July 3, 2009

Anil clears the first phase of his trial

Anil Gurung, who is on a bid to earn a spot in the English sixth division side Woking Football Club, passed his first phase of trial.

Gurung easily made it to the final 18 out of a pool of 30 players but he still still has to pass through several more stages to secure his berth in the final list consisting of only 3-5 players.

Out of the 30 players on trial, Anil finished fifth with 11.2 points, said Sahara Club UK.

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Music video released by CAN to celebrate ICC's 100 years

Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) released a promotional music video to celebrate the ICC Centenary Year 2009 in association with Nepal Tourism Board (Nepal Tourism Board).

The video, produced by CAN and NTB on request of International Cricket Council, is directed by Surya Thapaliya. Pramod Kharel sang the song, Mero Desh Pyaro Nepal (My Country Lovely Nepal), written and composed by himself.

“The music video is prepared to inspire nationalism through cricket,” said the director adding that the video was produced in nine-month duration.

“We tried our best to develop sense of belongingness in the eve of the ICC World Cricket League Division V tournament,” he said. “The video also used footage from the Nepal’s victory in the ACC U-17 Cup in Kathmandu.”

CAN president Binaya Raj Pandey said that the music video is produced to celebrate 100 years of ICC. “Last year, ICC instructed all the member nations to do something to celebrate the occasion, and we decided to produce a music video,” he added.

“As far as I know, we are the only country to produce a music video,” Pandey said.

CEO of NTB Prachanda Man Shrestha said the music video was the very good combination of sports and tourism.