Nepal A restless state
Trailer to up and coming documentary by film maker Jeff Shephard. Jeff travels to the outskirts of Kathmandu to witness Nepals ongoing political struggle since the Royal masacre of 2001 . Following a group of Maoists during a Bhand we see how the city is shutdown and transport across the country is disrupted. With interviews from local people and rare footage documenting the Maoist movement and role of the military within the capital the film helps to shed light on an often overshadowed political issue. Release date JAN 2010RUNNING TIME 2 mins FORMAT SD 169Camera operator, Editor Jeff Shephard
Gurkhas on Documentary Part 3
Real story of Gurkha VC
Gurkhas on Documentary Part 2
Gurkhas on Documentary Part 1
Real story of Gurkha VC.
Everywoman Nepals Living Goddess and US Unequal Pay
Everywoman went to Katmandu to meet the child goddesses of Nepal, the Kumari. And unequal pay in the US a Supreme Court ruling will make it harder to sue for discrimination.
Paragliding Nepal Beauty
Paragliding in Nepal A Paraglider is a footlaunched, ramair, aerofoil canopy which flies with the energy of wind, gravity and pilots power to steer. It descends due to gravity and ascends due to air pressure. With the help of air pressure, pilot decides when and where to fly, soar, dive and eventually land it safely. Adventure seekers seek depths and space where ever they can find. In Nepal, you have breathtaking depth of 700 meter or higher for the unparalleled ShangriLa that lies beneath the Himalayan range offering a scenic ecstasy of the valleys and lush green jungles combined with an infinitive visibility of the crisp clear Himalayas all around you, all ready to add another dimension in your flight adrenal. Best Time November, December and January are the best three months for Paragliding in Nepal. Superb weather and excellent mountain visibility can be expected during those months.Best location for para gliding is the Annapurna region, also known as the arms of Pokhara
Wild Chronicles flies to Nepal where conservationists attempt to reestablish endangered rhinos in areas where poachers wiped them out. But relocating an unpredictable, fourton beast is no easy task. World Wildlife Fund and Nepalese officials are using a unique way to herd them to safer sanctuaries by pitting massive rhinos against an elephants bulk. Like a bizarre posse from the Wild West, the team saddles up their elephants to go round up the rhinos.
End of a Dynasty Nepal
October 2008After ten years of conflict, Nepals feudal system has finally crumbled. As one of the most violent Maoist leaders is voted Prime Minister, we ask, can Nepals new republic find the peace it so desperately needsThe struggle cost the lives of 13,000 people and denied the country millions of tourist dollars. Headmasters were executed in schools and their children stolen for reeducation. In the village of Beni, a shocking attack against government officials spilled into the streets.
The Lost Children of Kathmandu
This is chapter 1 from the documentary The Lost Children of Kathmandu by Mike Mullins.
Baanha a documentary film made by Srijana Jossi
Baanha is a documentary film about the culture which is still remain in 21st century and people still believe on it. It is produced by Media Act pvt ltd. If some one is interested to buy this film for there TV channel then please contact us.
Changu Narayan Temple NEPAL
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FRONTLINEWORLD Nepal A Girls Life PBS
Making Room to ReadWhile trekking in Nepal in 1998, American John Wood saw that many children couldnt afford to go to school and that schools in the poorest rural areas had a chronic shortage of books. It was a transformational experience for Wood that spurred him to start a literacy program called Room to Read. This weeks FRONTLINEWorld Rough Cut tells the story of Woods nonprofit that now helps to educate millions of children in the developing world and visits some of the Nepalese communities his program has helped.httpwww.pbs.orgfrontlineworldrough200706nepal_a_girls_l.html
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