Keshav Thapa

Keshav Thapa is a photojournalist at The Kathmandu Post, covering social, political, cultural, sports and current affairs through lens. He joined Kantipur Publication in 2015.

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Week-long theatre festival kicks off in the Capital

The Nepal International Theatre Festival 2019 kicked off in Kathmandu with a number of veteran artists felicitated by the Prime Minister for their contributions to Nepali theatre Pictured in the photo above are (from left to right) Sunil Mishra, Subhadra Adhikari, Shakuntala Sharma Gurung, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, Sabine Lehmann (kneeling), Satya Mohan Joshi, Ashesh Malla, Prachanda Malla, Abhi Subedi and Suryamala Sharma.

Bigger, better. Can it be safer too?

The newly completed 10.5km Kalanki-Koteshwor section of the Ring Road in Kathmandu. The eight-lane highway upgraded by the Chinese government was handed over to the government of Nepal on Monday.

Stadium’s Race Against Time

The Dasharath Stadium in Capital’s Tripureshwor is presently being refurbished as Nepal gears up to host the 13th South Asian Games next year.

A carnival of devotion

It was during the lunar month of Falgun, say the Hindu Puranas, that the Hindu god Shiva drank the poisonous negativity of the cosmos to allow for regeneration to triumph over complete annihilation.

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