American Journey

A Celebrity Who Loves Her Root’s Saturday, October 29th, 2016

Despite being born and raised in Singapore, she was never far from her Nepali roots as a Gurkha’s daughter. Excelling both academically and in extracurricular activities since young age, Jubi Gauchan attended top schools in Singapore, pursuing science and completed her A-Level there. She then..

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Luna makes it big in the U.S. Sunday, October 16th, 2016

NEW YORK: A Nepali rights activist Luna Ranjit has made a name for herself in the United States, as the New York City Mayor Office has observed September 28 as Luna Ranjit Day in honor of the untiring fighter for rights. Luna is one of the founders of Adhikaar, a not-for-profit organization..

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Everything happens for a Reason :: By Anusha Karki Friday, October 14th, 2016

On Tuesday the 8th of July, I was born in Biratnagar, Nepal. For few years, I was raised by my grandparents Naranath Prasai and Rewati Maya Prasai with the help of my aunts while my mom was finishing her N.I.S Diploma Course in Athletics in Kolkata, India which our family is very proud of while..

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Amrit achieve Takewondo master in the US Saturday, September 17th, 2016

LOS ANGELES: There is a saying “The starting point of all achievement is desire.” We all have some sort of desires in life, but everyone can’t afford to stick to their desires. Success happens to those who believe & stand on their dreams. Things weren’t easy in the beginning for 28..

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Bijaya Ghimire, COLORADO: Binod Chaudhary, Nepal's sole billionaire in the Forbes list, is planning to expand his business in the United States. His Choudhary Group has investment in some hotels in New York but Binod is not fully satisfied. He has plans to expand market for his group’s..

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OHIO: Organization of Bhutanese Community in America OBCA held its sixth Annual convention in Cincinnati, Ohio in a grand manner. OBCA is the umbrella Organization of Bhutanese Refugees repatriated from the Nepal Refugee camps in Jhapa and Morang districts to the US under its Third Country..

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Sky is not the limit for Kalpana Tuesday, July 19th, 2016

Bishnu Sharma, BALTIMORE: Here’s how someone who has come a long way has shown sky is never the limit if you work with determination. She is Kalpana Karki, a taekwando master hailing from Nepal, and who has now firmly established as one in America too. What’s more, she has turned her sporting..

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Purushottam Dhakal, ATLANTA, GA: The 33rd convention of the Association ​o​f ​Nepalis ​i​n ​t​he ​Americas concluded Monday morning issuing a six point Atlanta declaration. Members of Parliament from Nepal Gagan Thapa and Rabindra Adhikari had attended the ANA jamboree held at..

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Nepalis in Maryland, USA can take exam in Nepali for license Monday, June 20th, 2016

WASHINGTON DC: The Nepalis in Maryland State of the United States of America (USA) now can take exam in the Nepali language for obtaining driving license. The Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) under the Department of Transportation in the USA is this week launched this provision to be started..

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Californians could push Hillary out of race Sunday, June 5th, 2016

By Purushottam Dhakal, LOS ANGELES: As the date for presidential election is approaching, the political climate of one of the superpowers of the world is heating up. An analysis by a political pundit, Douglas E. Schoen, has not only compelled the American voters, but also democratic presidential..

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Dr. Karki appointed Maryland Governor’s Commission Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

BALTIMORE: Dr. Shyam Karki, a senior Nepali American medical practitioner in east coast, has been appointed to the Governor's Commission on South Asian Affairs in Maryland for his lifetime service to the South Asian American Community. His appointment to this post comes as recognition of Nepali..

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The Himalayan Voice to voice Nepali American Concerns in US Sunday, May 22nd, 2016

LOS ANGELES: The Himalayan Voice, the first English language newspaper published by Nepali community in the United States was launched amid a function in Los Angeles on Friday. Unveiling the first edition, chief guest, Mayor of city of Artesia Victor Manalo admired the effort of the publication and..

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