Nepal’s film industry going great guns

Jul 12, 2018-Nepal’s movie industry is going great guns with audiences cramming cinema halls across the country. Digital rights, new generation storytellers, scenic shooting locations, accomplished actors and the use of modern technology are a few of the reasons behind the commercial success of Nepali movies, industry insiders said. To name a few, movies like
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Jul 12, 2018-The Madan Puraskar Guthi has released a short list of eight finalists for this year’s Madan Puraskar. The shortlisted books include Kairan by Dhrubasatya Pariyar, Nathiya by Saraswati Pratikshya, Paathsala by Tirtha Gurung, Bhuinya by Yangesh, Yar by Nayanraj Pandey, Yogmaya by Nilam Karki ‘Niharika’, Limbuni Gaun by Raj Manglak, and Himali Darshan
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Jul 12, 2018-Artist Sandhya Regmi’s ninth solo painting exhibition, Guide Me from Darkness to Light, kicked off at Nepal Art Council, Babar Mahal, on July 9. The exhibition was inaugurated by the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany, Roland Shcaefer, amid a function chaired by the monk Kondanya Mahastavir. The exhibition has on display
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TOKYO –The toll in record rains that have devastated parts of Japan rose Thursday to 199, a top government spokesman said. Local media said search operations are continuing, with dozens of people still missing after the worst weather-related disaster in Japan in over three decades. Source Ratopati Please follow and like us:

DOHA –Doha’s Tawar Mall looks much like any of the other unremarkable shopping centres dotted around Qatar, but tucked away in one of its corners, a tiny cultural revolution is taking place. There you will find Flat White, Qatar’s first attempt at a hipster cafe. Customers can buy drinks such as a V60, Aeropress or
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Kathmandu – Government has announced a public holiday on Sunday on the occasion of the Bhoto Jatra. The bhoto jatra is a part of the Rato Machhendranath chariot festival that concludes after the chariot of the deity is pulled up to Jawalakhel of Lalitpur. It is an annual cultural cum religious ritual of displaying the
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Thini Mustang – Historic Tiji festival fever has gripped Lo Manthang in Upper Mustang. Celebrated by the local Gurung and Bista communities of upper Mustang since the 15th century, the three days festival is observed by exchanging love and greetings among the communities, wishing for world peace and no natural destruction. Various deities are worshipped
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Kathmandu – The 30th Annual Rafting Festival is to be organised in the Trishuli River from Bandare to Phisling on May 26. Nepal Association of Rafting Agencies (NARA) is organising the event around the slogan of ‘Let Us Protect Our Rivers for Tourism and Environment’. NARA held a press conference here today to give information
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Bhaktapur –The four – day ‘2nd Kathmandu Achhyara International Children’s Theatre Festival – 2018’ is being held at Kandaghari of Kathmandu. The festival which started on Saturday is being participated by students from Achhyara school including schools from Bangladesh, Denmark, Germany, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Russia, Slovakia, Sri Lanka and Switzerland. During the festival dramas would
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Pokhara –The Lalitkumar Helkumari Bataju Memorial Music Prize, 2075 is to be given to Pokhara-based singer Binod Baniya. The prize managed by Music Training Centre, Pokhara, carries a purse of Rs 30,000 and a copper plaque. Coordinator of the selection committee Tirtha Shrestha said that Pokhara-based singer Baniya was recommended for the prize for his
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