Five nominated for Pulsar popular player
June 7, 2015
On Thursday, five players have been nominated for Nepal Sports Journalists Forum (NSJF) Popular Player of the Year 2068.
Aslesha Lissanevitch, Bharat Khawas,Sabita Chaudhary,Ramila Tandukar & Shakti Gauchan (from left)
Midfielder cum striker of national football team, Bharat Khawas, Nepal´s no 1 tennis player, Aslesha Lissanevitch, cricket player Shakti Gauchan, Sabita Chaudhary of athletics and Ramila Tandukar of volleyball are nominated for the popular player of the year category under the Pulsar Sports Award at the Nepal Tourism Board. Who will be the winner among these nominees will be finalized through SMS voting during the Sports Award which will be held on July 4.
NSJF is annually conducting the Sports Award. On the basis of performance, sports persons are nominated in eight different categories: Pulsar player of the year male and female, youth player, coach, para athlete, lifetime achievement award, special award and popular player of the year.
During the award ceremony, the winner of the special award, lifetime achievement award and para-athlete award will be disclosed and for remaining other category, nominees are yet to be disclosed. (Photo credit: Republica)
SLC 2068 Result – Regular and Exempted
Jun 13, 2012 @ 14:06
This year, 55.5 percent of the examiners passed the SLC exam. That was about 9 percent less than the previous year. There were 5,54,022 examinees out of which 2,30,499 had passed.
Regular – 2068 Result – PDF file – (7.7 MB)
Exempted – 2068 Result – PDF file (70 Kb)
- 20,111 – passed with Distinction
- 82, 619 – passed with First Division
- 1,09,795 passed with Second Division
passed with Third Division.
Street children got distinction in SLC
Jun 15, 2012 @ 18:46
Street children passed SLC exam that also with distinction mark. Hard work of 17 years old Gopal Lama has rewarded him.
Both mother and father have left Lama in the childhood. Father married another girl when his mother was pregnant and his mother also married another person after few years of his birth turning him to street children and his home became street.
According to nagarik news, he has struggled as street children in Kathmandu and Chitwan. During this struggle, he has realized the value of study, but, got chance to study when he started to stay in “Hamro Ghar”, NGO in Narayangadh, involved in caring street children.
Street boy, Lama has got 83.12% and shows street children are also not less than those who study spending huge amount of money in tuition and expensive schools.
(Photo credit: Nagarik)
Hari Bansha married second time
Jun 21, 2012 @ 18:08
It is learnt that Hari Bansha has married on request of his family, relatives and well-wishers. Very few members of the families and close friends were present in his short wedding rituals held at the residence of the bride´s sister at Gongabu in Kathmandu on Thursday.
Fifty five-year-old Acharya has two sons Mohit Acharya and Trilok Acharya from his first wife whom he has married 30 years ago and Ramila has a 21-year-old son from her earlier marriage and her husband had died 10 years ago in an accident. Ramila is 10 years younger than Hari Bansha.
Madan Krishna Shrestha, another famous comedian of Ma-Ha duo has sent best wishes to new Acharya couple from Bangkok as Madan Krishna is at present there for treatment of his wife. (Photo credit: Facebook)