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Book Review : Machination of Raw in Transitional Nepal


By Prof. Dr. Shastra Dutta Pant Published by: Dr. Shastra Dutta Pant, Institue for Rural Development (SIRUD), Kathmandu The author escapes mainline intellectualism in Nepal currently perhaps because of his association with a nationalistic movement that has been relegated to the sidelines by today’s monopolists of modernism and democracy. Among …

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“Dolpo: A Living Museum” released


By Our Reporter “Dolpo: A Living Museum” a travelogue by Bishnu Prasad Sharma Parajuli was released by senior literate Madanmani Dixit amidst a function in Kathmandu on 28 October. Dixit, talking about the book said that the travelogue is a valuable document for those who are interested to study on …

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Writer: Meera Rajbhandari Amatya The author Meera Rajbhandari Amatya wrote this research based work as her M.Phil dissertation entitled “Status of press freedom in Nepal after comprehensive peace accord and an analysis on the situation of indigenous journalists.” Her research work was published by national foundation for development of indigenous …

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An interesting book to read


“Maile Chine Janeka Bideshiharu” [Foreigners I have Known] Written by Prakash A Raj The writer has put together a book consisting of memories and write ups about foreigners from different continents and countries whom he had met during his sojourn as an under-graduate student in Europe and USA. He recounts …

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