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The Talos Principle

The game deals with the themes of reality, faith and decisions and is undoubtedly the most thought-provoking game we have played in a very long time.

Revealing the darker side

Anup Baral and his team are currently rehearsing for the staging of the play 30 Days in September, written by Indian playwright Mahesh Dattani.

Marking time

On the top floor of the Siddhartha Art Gallery, Babermahal, artist Sujan Chitrakar, surrounded by a group of audience, walks up to a clay vessel filled with water.

Singing in many tongues

Milan Amatya is one of the most sought after singers in Nepali pop music.

Adhikari in conversation with Bell

The Embassy of India and BP Koirala Nepal India Foundation are hosting a conversation programme involving authors Aditya Adhikari and Thomas Bell in today’s edition of Voices.

Residency exhibition at Mcube

The Air Mcube exhibition, which started on December 7, 2014, is being extended till February 7.

Time to ban Nepal banda

However hard some people might try to justify bandas, I think that they are organised primarily to fulfil the vested interests of a few politicians

Getaway gateway

A student of medicine at Kathmandu Medical College, Shila Simkhada is a keen reader.

Coma staged again

The play Coma--A Political Sex was Shilpee Theatre’s debut drama when it was performed to inaugurate the Gothale Nathakghar in March last year. The theatre started restaging the play.

Jacqueline’s Hindi improved after working with Salman

Sri Lankan origin actress Jacqueline Fernandez, who dubbed her own dialogues in Hindi in Kick opposite Salman Khan.

Book on healthy living launched

Jiwan Jiune Kaida, a book about healthy living by Jiwan Kumar Prasai, was released on Saturday during a programme at Bhojan Griha, Dillibazar, Kathmandu.

New documentary dedicated to Robin

Does the best comedy come from pain? And does that mean comedians are the most miserable people of all?

Remembering the Holocaust

Alliance Française de Kathmandu, Tripureshwor, will be organising a Holocaust Memorial Day Seminar beginning from January 28.

Akshay not humourless in Baby

Akshay Kumar, who has featured in comic roles in films like Entertainment and The Shaukeens, will not appear “humourless” in his forthcoming film Baby, which is on terrorism.

Israeli man arrested over Madonna hack

An Israeli man has been arrested on suspicion of hacking into the computers of pop stars including Madonna and selling unreleased songs online.