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The Hope: The recipe for presentation skill


Kiran Marahatta, a renowned interviewer of ABC Television currently based in New York, published a book entitled The Hope which set a record breaking popularity for interview skill. It is a useful and important manuscript which refers great ideas of questioning in both terms of content and conduct. The Hope …

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Ishwar Shrestha’s “Ukali-Orali” released


By Our Reporter “Ukali-Oraali” a collection of melodious songs penned by Ishwar Shrestha has been released amidst a function organised last week. Noted singers Ramkrishna Dhakal, Sworupraj Acharya, Rajeshpayal Rai, Sresh Lama, Pratap Lama, MenukaPoudel, Bikram Rai, DhurbaPariyar and DhurbaBiskohave given their voice in different seven songs penned by Shrestha. …

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Katha Nalapaniko screened in  Australia

Nalapani memorial erected by the British

By Our Reporter Katha Nalapaniko, a documentary produced by Nepal Foundation for Advanced Studies, was  recently screened in Sydney, Australia. This first audiovisual presentation by NEFAS that  dwells on the battle of Nalapani that took place between Nepal and British India 200 years was screened  by medical professionals of Nepali …

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“Bhagyale Bachekaharu” wins Best Documentary Award in USA

Photo for Bhagyale Bacheka haru

By Our Reporter ‘Bhagyale Bachekaharu” (Heroes, Survivors and Miracles) a Nepali documentary featuring stories ¬of the survivors of 2015 Nepal earthquake has yet again triumph an international award in the prestigious Marietta International Film Festival, USA. In a Special Ceremony held at Marietta City of Georgia State in United States …

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Japanese Judo instructors in town


A five-member Japanese Judo team from the All Japan Judo Federation (AJJF) arrived in Kathmandu on 11 September to instruct Nepali Judokas in the martial art. The team headed by Gotaro Ogawa, a special advisor to AJJF, will stay in Nepal for eight days working with the Nepal Judo Association …

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Abhilasha future star of Lawn Tennis

Abhilasha Bista

By Our Reporter Abhilasha Bista, daughter of Ajay Bista and Pratima Khadka Bista was born in the year 2003 and is currently in her 8th grade in St. Xavier’s School, Jawalakhel. She started playing lawn tennis from the year of 2010 and has participated and won many in several national …

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Now only Hishila left with Baburam Bhattarai!

By Our Reporter Dr Baburam Bhattarai, the long-time former second man of the Maoist Party and Deputy of Pushpa Kamal Dahal, who had formed Naya Shakti Party-Nepal with a plan of becoming the largest party of the country by 2075 BS is likely to have only his spouse Hishila in …

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Malawi hails Madonna’s ‘motherly spirit’ at opening of new hospital


BLANTYRE: Madonna was hailed as a “symbol of a motherly spirit” by Malawi President Peter Mutharika after the American singer opened a children’s hospital named after her adopted daughter Mercy James. The Mercy James Institute for Paediatric Surgery and Intensive Care located in Blantyre, Malawi’s second-largest city, is the first …

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Actor Tom Hanks to receive award for work reflecting US history


For his work in films reflecting US history such as “Saving Private Ryan,” “Apollo 13” and “Bridge of Spies,” actor Tom Hanks has won this year’s Records of Achievement Award, the National Archives Foundation said on Monday. Hanks, 61, will receive the award, given to individuals who bring a broad …

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