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Playboy mansion sold for over $100 million

Playboy boss Hugh Hefner has reportedly sold the Playboy mansion for over $100 million. The HolmbyHills estate – owned by Playboy Enterprises – has been bought by Daren Metropoulos, who lives next door to the property, reports tmz.com. Hugh had put the estate on the market for $200 million. While …

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Now trade unions in government offices

The KP Sharma Oli led government has officially recognized government trade unions by providing 60 million rupees to conduct elections and also by giving holiday to conduct the election. At a time when the industries are facing disturbances from the unnecessary demands put forward by the trade unions, the government …

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Nepal to host World Ranger Congress in 2019

The 8th World Ranger Congress held in Estes Park in Colorado, USA on 21-27 May2016 took a historic decision to hold the 9th World Ranger Congress in Nepal in 2019 – the first time the event has ever been hosted in Asia. The decision is recognition of the measures that …

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Model Hunt Nepal 2016

If you are between 16 and 28 years of age and want to build a career in modelling, then ‘Model Hunt Nepal 2016’ could be your call. After successfully organizing the first edition of the competition last year, organizer Next Models Nepal has called for applications from interested youth for …

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New offers at Cine-de Chef


Cine-de Chef in CTC Mall, Sundhara is launching five new offers from Monday, June 6. The Managing Director of Cine-de Chef GauravGoel elaborated on these offers during a press meet organized at the movie theater on Sunday. Movie goers will be able to make the most of the Mega Monday …

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Kalo Pothiwon the hearts of audience

Kalo Pothi

After winning the Best Film title, under the Critics’ Choice category, at the prestigious Venice International Festival and having participated in dozens of film festivals around the world, KaloPothi (The Black Hen) was scheduledto release in Nepali theatres on June 3. The film, directed by Min BahadurBham, was premiered at …

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SAG men’s football: Nepal 2-1 India


Feb 15, 2016- Nepal’s men football team will battle it out against hosts India to secure their first South Asian Games gold in the category in 23 years. The match is scheduled to start at 7:15 Nepal Time at the Indira Gandhi Stadium in Guwahati, India. Nepal secured a berth …

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Declaring Nepal secular was not a legitimate act


As a person of Nepali origin, I found interesting the idea of Tilak Shrestha on Hindu Rastra Nepal. I fully agree with Shrestha that declaring Nepal secular was not a legitimate act, it was imposed without democratic procedures and with no mandate from the Nepali people. In fact, the secularism …

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PM spends 30 million in throwing party!


At a time when the earthquake victims are compelled to stay under the sky, PM KP Sharma Oli is busy in hosting dinner parties. Only in the six months, the PMO has spent 30 million rupees from the state coffer for lunch and dinner parties. When President Xi Jinping came …

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Bhagye le Bacheka Haru wins best documentary award


Nepali documentary feature Bhagyele Bacheka Haru, has won an award in the UK. The acclaimed documentary won the Best Documentary Award at the first Edinburg Nepali Film Festival. The documentary is garnering very good reviews all around the world. During the event organised to celebrate the bicentennial relationship between the …

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