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Media activity & party polity

By P. Kharel News media are a regular diet for the general public. As potent sources of effective and speedy dissemination of information, the news media can be effective vehicles for individuals and institutions to reach large masses with messages they wish delivered speedily, supported by credibility. There are more …

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Intriguing silence, the Hamburg conclave and seven predictions

BY M.R. JOSSE GAITHERSBURG, MD: In keeping with my affirmation to attempt a fuller assessment of the recent two-day visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the United States, I have no hesitation in stating that it was a damp squib. As much was underlined in that India’s core …

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Spider-Man swings into Marvel Universe for latest film

Fans were crawling up the walls with excitement as the stars of “Spider-Man: Homecoming” swung into the wider Marvel Cinematic Universe series of films, which have dominated the global box office for years. British actor Tom Holland, who plays the web-slinging hero, showed up at the premiere accompanied by an …

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Nepathya to go live in Australia

Folk rock band Nepathya is scheduled to venture into a musical tour in Australia with a series of concerts. Nepathya has toured Australia several times in the past as it has been the preferred choice of Nepalese living there. Australia has become a favourite destination for Nepali students as the …

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Min Bdr Bham’s new film shortlisted by ACF

Filmmaker Min Bahadur Bham’s upcoming film, A Year of Cold, has been shortlisted for a grant by the Asian Cinema Fund; it was announced on Monday night. A Year of Cold has been shortlisted under the ACF 2017 Script Development Fund, along with four other projects from countries around Asia. Previously he won …

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