Film on migrant workers to be out in June

Rahadani, an upcoming Nepali feature film, written and directed by Dabbu Chhetri, is set to hit the theatres on June 12.

Nepal-India arts MoU signed

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Nepal Academy of Fine Arts and Lalit Kala Akademi, India, during the Nepal-India Art Exchange Programme.

Two Nepali poets at the Asian Conference on Literature and Culture

The ASEAN and Asian Conference on Literature and Culture started in Phuket, Thailand, from April 22.

1974 AD head for Colorado

Rock band 1974 AD left for the United States on Tuesday evening. They are scheduled to perform a show at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, on April 26.

Writing Nepal: A Short Story Contest

La.Lit—a Kathmandu-based literary magazine—is partnering with writer Samrat Upadhyay to organise the second edition of Writing Nepal: A Short Story Contest.

Applications open for dance competition

Trikaal Art Academy, Maharjgunj, is taking applications from interested candidates wanting to participate in their upcoming all-Nepal dance competition, Let Me Dance, scheduled to start fro

Oral history at Yalamaya

The Nepal Public Library and the Center for Public History at the Srishti School of Design and Technology in Bangalore have come together to organise a lecture series on oral history

Zombies in the dark

From the developers of the famous Dead Island (2011), and its sequel Riptide (2013), comes another zombie-themed open-world, action role-playing survival horror titled Dying Light

‘Think global act local’

Evana Manandhar is the newly crowned Fanta The Hidden Treasure Miss Nepal 2015.

Chronicles hits the shelves

The Nepal Scene: Chronicles of Elizabeth Hawley (1988-2007), a two-volume set dealing with events in Nepali history from the late 80s to the late 2000s, was launched yesterday

Hari Bansha initiates child-development project

The Meera Centre, a social-work foundation established by Hari Bansha Acharya in the memory of his late wife, established an institution that will work for the all-round development of child

Mugdha Godse in Nepal

Bollywood actress Mugdha Godse is in Nepal for the shooting of her next movie, Dangerous Facebook

Blissful childhood

In the beginning—the time when you try taking your first baby step— you strive to put another foot forward.

Inevitably books

Rabi Thapa is the author of Nothing to Declare (2011) and is the editor of literary magazine La.Lit.

Abhay K’s Jatra to launch

Indian diplomat and poet Abhay K’s latest anthology of poems, Jatra, will be released amid a function on April 22 at The City Museum Kathmandu, Durbarmarg.