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Tarkariwali giving first priority to studies


Last month, an unsuspecting Pakistani teenager, Arshad Khan, dubbed the chaiwala, shot to internet fame after being photographed by Javeria Ali at a bazaar. In a world hungry for a feel-good fairy tale, Khan was promptly signed as a model by a clothing company. Soon thereafter, Nepal’s own internet sensation …

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Hits FM Music Awards nominations declared

Nominations for the most awaited 20th Hits FM Music Awards were announced in Kathmandu on Saturday.Started in 1995, the Hits FM Music Awards 2016 is the first music awards organised by a private company on a national level. Among the 17 award categories includes the best new artist, best song …

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‘Chaiwala’ walks ramp in Bridal Couture Week 2016


The blue-eyed tea-seller, Arshad Khan, also known as ‘chaiwala’ from Islamabad achieved another milestone as he made his runway debut at Bridal Couture Week 2016. The internet sensation walked the ramp at the Bridal Couture Week (BCW) 2016 held in Lahore Sunday night. Life has been on constant upswing for …

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Streets of Pokhara set to welcome New Year


The ‘Pokhara Street Festival’from December 28 to January 1 is being organized by the Restaurant and Bar Association of Nepal (REBAN) – at the beautiful Lakeside to bid farewell to year 2016 and welcome New Year 2017. At a press conference held on Monday, Festival’s Coordinator, Gopi Bahadur Bhattarai, said …

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People crave for WiFi more than sex: Study


LONDON : Wi-Fi has been identified as the most important daily need with 4 out of 10 persons giving it more importance than other human luxuries and necessities like sex, chocolate and alcohol, a new study has claimed. The study, carried about by Wi-Fi connectivity provider iPass, surveyed 1,700 working …

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Paintings by renowned artist Kiran Manandhar and his son Sagar Manandhar are on exhibition at the Nepal Art Council (NAC), Babarmahal since Thursday. The event was inaugurated by the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany, Matthias Meyer. The artist duo is showcasing their paintings in their individual themes. Works …

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An example of loot-tantra


By Our Reporters It is very sad to state that the lawmakers, instead of keeping concern on other burning issues, are found keen in increasing their own salaries and facilities by many folds. The Parliament on Sunday endorsed the bill to increase salaries, allowances and facilities of the lawmakers with …

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Constitution amendment proposal in dilemma

By Our Reporter The UML standing committee meeting held on Sunday concluded with the decision that there is no need of amendment, rather, there is the need for implementation of the constitution. It is thus sure that UML is not going to support the efforts of the NC and Maoist …

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Two RPPs merge


By Our Reporter Rastriya Prajatanra PartyNepal led by Kamal Thapa and Rastriya Prajatantra Party led by Pashupati Shumsher Rana have formally merged into a single party amidst a function held on Monday. In the interim period, Rana has become the national chairman of the party whereas Thapa has become the …

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Disputes in restructuring local units hamper LBRC’s work

By Our Reporter Works of the Local Body Restructuring Commission are likely to be affected further due to disputes between the people and the representatives of the political parties. Owing to the growing disputes over the local units fixed by an all-party mechanism, the LBRC has sent back the recommendation …

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