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Nepal’s largest art fest kicked off

The third edition of the mega art festival, Kathmandu Triennale, commenced with a function held at the Hyatt Regency in the Capital on Friday. Organised jointly by Siddhartha Arts Foundation and Belgium-based SMAK (the Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art), the festival was inaugurated jointly by senior artist Uttam Nepali and …

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Solo Woman Travel Challenge is back

After two years in which it supported 10 Nepali women in their solo travels, the Solo Woman Travel Challenge has returned for its third year seeking to provide 15 grants for independent travels in Nepal. This year, plans are also afoot for one grant that will facilitate a Nepali woman …

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Sequel of Chhakka Panja to be out later this year

Producer of the recent Nepali blockbuster Chhakka Panja, Deepak Raj Giri has announced that they’ll soon be making sequel of the movie. He announced to produce Chhakka Panja-2, the sequel to Chhakka Panja through social media. The sequel is expected to be released by October-November. The film shooting will begin …

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‘Bhrikuti’s life’ at Shilpee Theatre

A new play ‘Bhrikuti’s Life’ is being premiered at the Shilpee Theatre in the Capital. The play explores into the life and times of Lichchhavi-era princess Bhrikuti. The play is written by Sarubhakta, and directed by PavitraKhadka. The play follows Bhrikuti’s journey to Tibet and her contribution in popularising Buddhism …

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Singer Komal Niraula performed solo

By Our Reporter After almost 28 years interval,KomalNiraula, a popular singer of Ilam, performed his second solo in Lalitpur on March 18 Saturday. BishnuGhimire, vice chairman of Namsaling Cooperation Forum, which was hosting the show, said thatNiraula had been singing for about half a century, mostly in Ilam. But he …

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Box Office: ‘Logan’ roars with massive $85.3 million debut

LOS ANGELES – “Logan” tore into the weekend box office, opening to a massive $85.3 million and proving that moviegoers will show up in force for R-rated comic book movies. The superhero spinoff marks Hugh Jackman’s last turn as Wolverine after 17 years of donning the adamantium claws. As the …

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‘Bukhyacha Mann’ at Sarwannam Theatre

A Nepali play ‘Bukhyacha Mann,’ written and directed by Raj  Shah was staged at Sarwannam Theatre on Thursday. The play features actors Aaditya Sharma,  Aarohi Sharma, Sudarshan Aryal, Prakash KC, Sharmila Nagarkoti and Sujita Adhikari, among others. The play begins with one of the popular traditions practiced in the Western …

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