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One World Theatre is hosting the premiere of the play Waiting for Hughie in the premises of Yala Maya Kendra, Kathmandu, today at 6:30 pm.
Eminent poet Tulasi Diwas recited his poems during an event in Dhankuta on Sunday.
With his nonchalant disposition, Ashesh Rai usually comes across as someone who couldn’t care less about what the world has to say about his music.
The Sumeru Art Village (SAV) and Nepal Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) is jointly hosting an exhibition titled Our Heritage: Our Traditional Sculpture Exhibition -2015
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Many things were broken or damaged during the earthquake: homes, infrastructure, schools, people’s fragile minds, and among the tangible debris that we can now start to speak about
Theatre Mall, Sundhara, is coming up with a new play—Bimba Ka Sapana—which will be staged at its premises from June 27.
Nepali cine actor Nisha Adhikari has gone bald. The star of hit Nepali movies like First Love, Soongava and Mukhauta, posted her picture where she appears to be bald, in her Facebook account
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The Chomolungma Unesco Centre (CUC) is organising a photography exhibition, titled Traditional Dresses of the Kirat Rai, at Galleria CUC in Momo Magic, Chakrapath, today.
Photo Circle, a photography platform in Nepal, has decided to make an early announcement of the dates for the upcoming photography festival, Photo Kathmandu
The Nepal Academy of Music and Drama organised an awareness programme as part of their campaign to help the quake victims overcome trauma through music and drama in Pokhara