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Dinesh KC emerging as an expensive actor


By Our Reporter Dinesh KC, who came to Kathmandu in 2005 from his hometown Dolakha, has emerged as an expensive actor in Nepali film world in a very short period. Today, KC is known as a very busy hero and receiving highest amount of remuneration against his action in the …

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“Heart of Eurasia” art exhibition kicks off


By Our Reporter Russian Centre of Science & Culture, Orenburg Regional Museum of Fine Arts (OOMIZO) in cooperation with Nepal-Russia Art Club (NRAC) jointly organized an exhibition “Heart of Eurasia – Orenburg Region of Russia” on 5 March at the Russian Centre of Science and Culture. Chief Guest of the …

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Israeli writers visit Kathmandu


By Our Reporter Dorit Silverman and SmadarShir, prominent Israeli writers, as a part of their tour to South Asia, visited Kathmandu from 18-22 February. The visit was aimed at sharing their experiences and inspiring young writers as well as explore and widen the literary visions. During their stay in Nepal, …

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Reggae Ska festival in Kathmandu


By Mannu Shahi The event is the first of its kind Reggae and Ska Festival is to take place in Nepal organized with collaboration from Retro Media Nepal and GigExtra. Three gigs one Saturday after another starting from 9 December are held in different venues that will show case some …

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Cricket: Nepal wins India

By Our Reporter Nepal has produced a rare win against India by 19 runs in ACC U-19 Asia Cup at Malaysia on Sunday. It was the first win of Nepal over India in cricket. Dipendra Singh Airee, who shined with both bat and ball, was crucial in the historic win. …

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International digital art exhibition held in Kathmandu


By Our Reporter For the first time of its kind, the Chinese international digital art exhibition on Tibetan cultural heritage was held in Kathmandu last week. The exhibition, jointly organized by Xinhua News Agency and China Mobile Tibet Company was inaugurated by Vidyasundar Shakya, mayor, Kathmandu Metropolis on 10 November, …

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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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