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Nepal Spell Bee from March 9th

image005Nepal’s first televised spelling contest, Nepal Spell Bee, will air on Television starting from March 9, organisers have announced. The spelling bee, organised by Malin Media and Events, will have media personality, Bhusan Dahal and actor Sanjay Gupta as the spell masters.
In a statement released by the organiser, producer Mahesh Pokheral said, “We are organising this program with the hope that it will enhance the learning habits of students, as well as increase their love for the English language.”  According to Pokheral, the auditions for participants from outside Kathamandu Valley have already concluded and the audition for students from the Capital commenced this week. The total 283 students from around the country will be competing in the show.
The show which will be based on spelling, pronunciation and word formation activities will focus on students of grades nine, ten and plus two levels. The program will cover over 700 schools and colleges from 58 districts around the country.
Organisers also announced that the winners of the contest will walk away with a cash purse of Rs 1,00,000, Rs 75,000 and Rs 50,000, along with scholarships for further studies.
The show will air at 9 pm every Thursday on Kantipur Television.
Kathmandu Triennale announces ‘Photographs to Postcard’ Competition
Kathmandu Triennale 2017 (KT 2017) announces ‘Photographs to Postcard’ Competition – Postcards from ‘Here’.
A total of 10 images will be chosen to represent Kathmandu on a global platform and will be featured at all exhibition merchandise shops, and online at and KT 2017 official website.
Each photographer will receive a 20% royalty on the sale of their postcard. Postcards will be gifted to all honorary guests and artists. Video interviews of selected photographers will also be recorded and released through official KT 2017 media channels. The deadline to submit the photographs is February 28.

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