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Destroying historical documents

After the earthquake last year damaged the building of the National Library, the books there have been dumped in the bags and most of the books have already been destroyed, reports say. The National Library is one of the oldest libraries having collection of valuable and historical books on religion, …

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“Katha Nalapaniko” a must watch documentary


By Our Reporter Katha Nalapaniko” a documentary based on the glorious historical war fought by Nepal with the British East India Company was screened here on Friday, 17th June. The documentary is based on interviews with noted scholars of history from the country. Phanindra Subba has shown his excellent work …

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‘Sadhai Tanneri’out in the market


‘Sadhai Tanneri’, a book that deals with human health and the ways to overcome the effects of ageing, was jointly launched by authors TirthaBahadurShreshta and Satya Mohan Joshi amid a ceremony at the premises of Nepalaya at Kalikasthan, in the Capital, held on Saturday. Speaking during the conversation, Shrestha said …

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Download Bipul Chettri’s new album ‘Maya’ for free


Fans of Bipul Chettri will be able to download Chettri’s new album ‘Maya’ for free. All the eight songs from ‘Maya’ will be available free of charge through Honda Nepal’s social media channels. One new song will be made available each week over the course of the next couple of …

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Devkota’s new album ‘Spandan’ released


Lyricist Chudamani Devkota released his latest album ‘Spandan’ at Union House in Anamnagar on Sunday. Eleven different singers including Deepak Kharel, Sapana Shree, Swaroop Raj Acharya and Ram Krishna Dhakal have contributed to the album. ‘Spandan’ is a collection of 12 old and new songs. The title song ‘SpandanThiyo’ has …

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Documentary showing Nepal safe for tourist

Nepal if safe

Ensu Rai who is a singer and a tourist guide has come up with a documentary ‘Nepal is safe for Tourism Forever’. The documentary spanning three minutes and 11 seconds has shots of ascents to the world’s highest summit Mount Everest and scene of Himalayas. Six months after the devastating …

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‘Finding Dory’earns $136.2m breaking US box office record


Finding Dory has taken $136.2m (£93.3m) on its opening weekend – making it the most successful launch for an animated film in US box office history. The sequel to Finding Nemo has unseated Shrek the Third – which took $121.6m (£83.1m) on its release in 2007. It is also the …

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When uneducated Oli meets highly educated Bhattarai

Just recently, Baburam Bhattarai, who holds a PhD degree from the Jwaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India, had remarked that the Prime Minister is an uneducated person. It is true that Oli holds the formal certificate of SLC only. It is also true that Oli was jailed for many years. …

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Nepal haven for the black marketeers

When the Salt Trading Corporation announced that the sugar is out of stock, the sugar price has increased from 65 rupees to 85 rupees in the market. When the sugar cane’s price was fixed, it was said that the sugar price should not exceed 65 rupees. The farmers were compelled …

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Prakash A Raj’s travelogues: Mero Sahityik Yatra Ra PEN Nepal

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By Our Reporter Prakash A Raj, a creative writer, also known as a commentator on history as well as on contemporary issues, has brought out a collection of his travelogues in the course of attending the Congress of PEN International held in different countries, “Mero Sahityik Yatra Ra PEN Nepal” …

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