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Nepal’s Teriya Magar was announced the winner of Zee TV’s “DID L’il Masters” Season 3 here Saturday.
The 11-year-old from Rudrapur, Nepal, defeated Hardik Ruparel, Anushka Chetri and Sadhwin Shetty; and walked away with the KB3 Cup and Rs.10 lakh at the grand finale held at the Balewadi Sports Complex here.
“I am extremely happy to win this trophy today. It is like a dream come true for me to perform on the stage of ‘DID L’il Masters’ and emerge as a winner of Season 3. Masters and audiences have been really supportive and have appreciated my performances,” Magar said in a statement.
On their winning the trophy of Season 3, Skipper Omkar Shinde said: “We gave our best to each performance on the coveted stage of ‘DID’. My aim was to focus on Teriya’s overall grooming to make her a well-rounded, versatile dancer rather than excelling in only one form which is considered her forte.”
The dance reality show for children was also attended by Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan, who performed to a medley of his blockbuster songs like “Main tera hero”, “Saturday Saturday” and “Disco diwane”. Read the rest of this entry »
बिस्व स्तरीय प्रतिभा भएकी जादुमय नृत्यका धनी एउटा होनहार नेपाली छोरी ११ बर्षीया तेरिया फौजा मगर यतिखेर डिआइडि लिटिल मास्टर्सको जुन २१ अर्थात असार ७ गते टप १ को लागि Grand Finale को संघारमा आइपुगेकी छिन । हिमालकी छोरी तेरियालाई बिजयी गराएर देशको प्रतिस्ठा बढाउने काम हाम्रै हातमा छ । आफ्नै देशमा भएको बिलक्षण प्रतिभाकी धनी भारतकै अत्यन्तै लोकप्रिय कार्यक्रममा लाखौंं प्रतिस्पर्धीलाई पछाडि पार्दै प्रस्फुटित भएर निकै अगाडि आइपुगेपछी बल्ल हामी नेपालीले उनीबारे थाहा पाउने र गर्बानुभूति गर्ने अबसर पाएका छौं । अब उन्लाई बिजयी गराउनका लागि आज शनिबार राती ९:१५ बाट अर्को हप्ताको शनिबार ९:१५ सम्म भोटिंग लाइन खुल्नेछ । एउटै आइडीबाट हप्ताभरि जति चोटी पनि भोट गर्न सकिनेछ । देशको प्रतिस्ठाको लागि पनि यी होनहार हाम्री प्यारी छोरीलाई बिजयी बनाउन ठुलो छात्ती बनाएर लागि परौं । हामी त्यही नेपाली हौं जस्ले प्रशान्त तामाङलाई Indian Idol र पुष्प बस्नेत र अनुराधा कोइरालालाई CNN Hero बनाउन सफल भयौं । अब यतिखेर समय आएको छ तेरियालाई डिआइडि लिटिल मास्टर्स बनाउने । Read the rest of this entry »
That evening, Indian Defence minister Fernandes had hosted a reception in honour of the participants of the conference. When I met in the reception, he was little bit furious and adamant to his statement. We had arguments. I said ‘Buddha was born in Nepal’ but he said ‘Buddha was born in India.’ I asked him ‘’who told you and how did you know Buddha was born in India’’, he said me ‘’had read since his childhood that Buddha was born in Northern India.’’ I told him if you read UN documents then you will know the real fact. I was so infuriated that I said little bit loudly: ‘’ Do you know ‘’U Thant?’’ You should know UN Secretary General from Asia? Then he said ‘’ Why not.’’
So you must be aware that there is UN project in Lumbini which is in Nepal since the time of U Thant. When I repeatedly said UN Project then he seemed to be convinced, and felt embarrassed. I arranged an interview with him for next morning in the same hotel where we were staying. When we sat for interview, I asked the same question to him like a teacher repeatedly asks a same question to a weak student. Later he corrected saying ‘Buddha was born in Nepal.’
Famous poet Sir Edwin Arnold to UN official say Buddha was born in India distorting the fact and hurting the sentiment of millions of Nepali around the globe. However, I had the opportunity to persuade a senior UN official to make him understand and acknowledge that ‘’ Gautam Buddha was born in Nepal.’’ Read the rest of this entry »
कमल चौधरी, बुटवल: भारतको जी टिभीमा प्रशारण हुने डान्स इण्डिया डान्स (डीआईडी) लिटिल मास्टर्सको अन्तिम ५ मा छनोट हुन सफल रुपन्देहीकी तेरिया फौजा मगर यही बिहीबार गृहजिल्ला आउने भएकी छिन । प्रतियोगिताका लागि चार महिनादेखि भारतको मुम्बईमा रहेकी तेरिया अन्तिम ५ मा छनोट हुने निश्चित भएपछि गृह जिल्लामा उनको नृत्य छायांकनका लागि जी टीभीको टोली सहित उनी यहाँ आउन लागेकी हुन् । तेरियाले यहाँ रहदा आफ्नो नृत्य प्रस्तुत गर्दै आफूलाई विजयी बनाउन भोट समेत माग्नेछिन् । १४ वर्ष उमेरसम्मका झण्डै ४ लाख बालबालिकाले भाग लिएको प्रतियोगितामा छनोट भएका ४० हजार प्रतिस्पर्धीलाई पछि पार्दै भोटिङ राउण्ड (टप टेन) मा आइपुगेकी हुन् । बेजोड र जादुमय विस्व स्तरीय नृत्य कलाका कारण निर्णायकको मन जितेकी उनले भोटिङ राउण्डमा दर्शकबाट पनि निरन्तर सर्वाधिक भोट प्राप्त गर्दै अन्तिम ५ मा आउन सफल भएकी हुन् ।
डीआईडी लिटिल मास्टर्सको अन्तिम ५ जनामा छनोट हुने तेरिया नै पहिलो र कम उमेरकी नेपाली प्रतियोगी हुन् । मुम्बईबाट काठमाडौं हुँदै जहाजमा भैरहवा आउने टोलीलाई गौतम बुद्ध विमानस्थलमा जिल्लास्थित सरकारी निकाय, विभिन्न संघसंस्था र तेरियाका आफन्त तथा शुभेच्छुकले भब्य स्वागत गर्ने तयारी गरेका छन् ।
भैरहवा हुँदै बुटवल र उनको गाउँ रुद्रपुर पुग्दासम्म उनको स्वागतमा हुने सबै गतिविधिको छायांकन र प्रशारण हुने भएकाले तेरियाको स्वागतका लागि धेरैभन्दा धेरै जनमानस उपस्थित गराउन जी टिभीको टोलीले आग्रह गरेको बागेश्वरी संगीतालयका प्रिन्सिपल सुरेश सेन्चुरीले जानकारी दिए । उनको स्वागतका लागि गर्नुपर्ने व्यवस्थापनमा ठुलै रकम खर्च हुने भएकाले सहयोग गर्न इच्छुक व्यक्ति र संघसंस्थालाई संगीतालयले आग्रह गरेको छ । Read the rest of this entry »
There are few joys quite like turning an everyday sidewalk into a gaping cave cascading with rainbow waterfalls. To achieve such an uncanny phenomenon, you can either experiment with some seriously hallucinogenic substances, or stumble across the visual treasure trove that is three-dimensional chalk art.
In the past few years the grassroots art form of 3D chalk has become a medium to be reckoned with. As the visual amalgamation of optical illusions, hyperrealism and public street art, the accessible technique appeals to pretty much everyone. Aside from its hypnotic affect and impressive technique, chalk art rules because the subject matter can truly be anything. Take a look at our roundup below, which includes everything from a giant snail to a game of Pac-Man. Just try and tell us this isn’t the most democratic, and psychedelic, art form out there.
Behold, 11 truly awesome works of 3D chalk art to bring out the weird kid inside.
Wow. Selena Gomez looked happier than ever during her UNICEF trip to Nepal, where she spent time with children in need. The children clearly inspired her, and they even brought her smile back!
Selena Gomez, 21, was clearly touched by the beautiful children she shared time with during her recent UNICEF visit to Nepal. During her trip, Selena spent a lot of time in the classroom to see how children learn and play on a day-to-day basis. By the looks of it, she sure had a great time during her visit!
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Have you noticed there are people who always seem to be more likable?
In a recent episode of the new ABC drama Mind Games, one of the characters mentions an interesting personality trait that defines the most popular people: they more readily admit their weaknesses rather than waiting for them to be revealed over time. The show is about using cunning tricks to manipulate others and ensure a positive outcome, so it’s a bit ridiculous, but there’s truth in the observation.
In the office, it’s possible to exhibit traits that help you to be more likable. In my years as a corporate manager and developing my writing career, I’ve noticed when people appear more likable and I’ve tried to develop these traits myself. Here’s a few to cultivate.
1. Ask questions.
I’ve noticed people who ask questions are often well-liked. It’s human nature to be helpful and we all have a great desire to share what we know. When someone appears to need our help, we tend to like them more because we like being the one who provides the answers.
2. Talk more, not less.
A friend of mine is a small business owner and he is extremely well liked. One of his strongest traits is that he tends to talk constantly. You never have to guess what he’s thinking. He’s not blunt or rude, but he explains things in detail. (Being an introvert, I need to develop this trait more in myself–and use texting and e-mail a little less often.)
3. Give your time…gratis.
A no-strings-attached approach to helping others also makes you more likable. Think of the person you like the most–usually, it’s someone who will help you with the copier machine or is willing to read through your business proposal in a pinch. Of course, those who help just to be liked always reveal a manipulative trait, so make sure you’re genuine.
4. Listen better.
I mentioned how talkers tend to be more likable, and that’s true. Sometimes, over-communicating puts people at ease. But it’s also important to pause once in a while and listen. Good communicators take a breath once in a while! Likable people are always listeners who are curious to (genuinely) learn new things. The best communicators talk and talk–and then listen for a response. That makes them an office favorite.
5. Really and truly care.
How do you develop the personality trait of caring? It can be difficult, especially in an age of social media where everyone is dangerously close to being a narcissist. Caring is an act of setting aside your own interests and ambitions for a while and helping others. It requires effort. You have to consciously decide you are going to care about someone else. When you do, and you are genuine about it, you’ll find that more people will like you.
6. Admit it, you don’t know everything.
We all know how important it is to steer clear of the office know-it-all. Why is that? Part of the reason is we know that person won’t ask for our help, and we like to be helpful. More importantly, those who have all of the answers are usually pushing their own agenda. In their conceited attitude, they exhibit a sense of pride that’s not attractive to anyone.
7. Go for the laugh, every time.
It’s hard to hate a jokester or someone who has a carefree approach to life. Usually, the most-liked people are those that can fill a room with laughter. It might not be in your nature to joke around, and that’s okay. Just make sure you are ready to see the humor in something. Be someone who can laugh easily and smile often. You’ll win people over.
8. Lighten up.
I will admit to struggling with this one. I’m a serious person with serious concerns! (Most of the time.) But it’s better to see the big picture in life. Really serious people are essentially acting selfish because they focus too much on their personal issues. Highly likable people at work are those who can set aside their concerns and go with the flow. They’re selfless.
9. Don’t be pushy.
Here’s an interesting one–and difficult trait to master. I went on a road trip with someone a few years ago, and I remember how he told me he doesn’t have highly distinct tastes. What does that really mean? For starters, he’s not that selfish and won’t push his preferences–he’ll go to lunch at any restaurant and listen to any form of music. He’s flexible. That makes him likable because he will adjust to the situation.
10. Admit your weaknesses.
That character on the show Mind Games is right: Admitting weaknesses makes you more likable. People figure them out on their own anyway. Of course, it’s important not to act like a victim or share your problems with everyone you meet. At work, it’s okay to go into a meeting and lead with the challenges you face. People are more likely to suggest a few solutions, come to your aid, and even pat you on the back.
It’s not quite clear when we started using the word “porn” to describe all things visually appealing. But here we are, and if you can’t beat them, join them with a massive ranking of porn types, I guess? Here they are in order of greatness.
25. Quote Porn
Generally a lot less inspirational than you think.
24. Fitness Porn
Feels like it exists solely to make us feel bad about ourselves.
Rajo Verma, 21, lives in one room with the siblings, in Northern India
The young wife spends each night with a different brother in turn
She does not know which of siblings is the father of her young son
Fraternal polyandry is tradition in the small village near Dehradun
POLYANDRY: AN ANCIENT TRADITION
The practice of polyandry is believed to stem from the tale of Mahabharata, the ancient Eastern epic. The text, one of the cornerstones of culture, sees Draupadi, daughter of the King of Pancha being married to five brothers.
It is not legal, but in its most common form – whereby women in polyandrous relationships marry more than one man from the same family – it is permitted. It tends to be practised in male dominated villages, who still follow primitive rituals and customs. Brothers who refuse the union are often treated as outcasts.
In polyandrous families, the woman often cannot say which of her husbands fathered which children. Recently, there have been instances of DNA testing, to solve inheritance disputes.
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Uttrakhand, India: Five brothers (L-R) Sant Ram Verma, 28, Bajju Verma, 32, Gopal Verma, 26, Guddu Verma, 21, and Dinesh Verma, 19, with their shared wife Rajo Verma, 20, and their son Jay Verma, 1.5, together pose for a photograph outside their house in a Village in Uttrakhand, India.<br /><br /><br />
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Brothers Sant Ram Verma, Bajju Verma, Gopal Verma, Guddu Verma and Dinesh Verma with their wife Rajo Verma and her 18-month-old son. She is unsure which brother is the father.
A young woman in northern India is taking brotherly love to a new level.
Rajo Verma has five husbands who are all brothers – and she sleeps with a different one every night.
In the 1990s, the Himalayan Shangri-La of Bhutan expelled a sixth of its population. Today these refugees are struggling to accept life in exile. 101 East is Al Jazeera’s weekly Asian current affairs programme covers a dynamic region with diverse cultures and conflicting politics. With special reports, interviews and debates, 101 East tackles the issues that unify and divide Asia. Here is a special report from 101 East on Bhutan’s forgotten people:
सुन्न पर्ने कुरा नसुने झैं, देख्न पर्ने कुरा नदेखे झैं गर्ने, पढिसकेको कुरा नपढे झैं गरी थाहै नपाए झैं गरी “घ्याम्पो डरायो, तर म त डराइन” भने झैं गरी बुद्धको जन्मस्थल बिषयमा बिस्वब्यापी रुपमा आवाज उठाउनेका बिरुद्ध समय र शक्ति खर्चने कनिस्ठ, बरिस्ठ भनिनेहरुले यो भिडिओ पनि त सुने नसुने, देखे नदेखे झैं गर्ने त होलान? पत्रकारिताको धर्म भनेको सत्य तथ्य बाहिर ल्याउनु हो, त्यसो गर्न डराएर स्वार्थका कारण कुरा तोड मोड गर्नेले पत्रकारिता क्षेत्रलाई कलकिंत बनाउँछन । स्वाभिमानी नेपाली त्यस किसिमको लाटो, अन्धो र बहिरो बन्ने नाटक गर्न सक्तैनन ।
भोटिंग शुरु भएको पहिलो हप्ता करिब १ लाख भोट पाएर म पहिलो स्थानमा रहन सफल भएको कुरा हजुरहरु सबैलाई थाहा नै छ, तर यो हप्ता करिब २ लाख भोट पाएर पनि पहिलो र दोस्रो स्थानमा पर्न नसकेको कुरा जानकारी गराउन चाहन्छु । यसको मतलब अब निकै कडा टक्कर शुरु भएको छ । मलाई भोटिंग गर्नुहुने सम्पूर्ण आदरणीय बुवा, मुमा, दाजुभाई तथा दिदिबहिनीहरुलाई धन्यवाद दिदै मलाई अझ धेरै भोट गर्नुहुन हार्दिक अनुरोध गर्न चाहन्छु । – Teriya (4 hours ago) Did you vote to an extraordinary 11 years old Nepali girl Teriya Fauja Magar? Please vote for her. Sign up here at http://www.zeetv.com/did-lil-masters/contestants/teriya-magar/and vote please