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Notorious gangster Chari to be cremated on Saturday

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KATHMANDU, Aug 22: Family of gangster Dinesh Adhikari alias Chari of Dhading district, who was claimed to have been killed in the police encounter, have finally agreed to receive his body. He is to be cremated on Saturday.

Chari was killed on August 6, but kin of the deceased had been refusing to receive the body, demanding fair investigation into the case and stern action against those involved in his killing. [More]

  Nepali stage Yesterday today and tomorrow  
  BY ASHISH DHAKAL  
 
In his 2008 book ‘Theatre for Transformation’, Ghimire Yubaraj, a famous theatre artist for 15 years now, states that every theatre in the world has its root in culture. “Every ancient theatre started as a form of honoring the Gods,” he says.

According to him, theatre in Nepal is believed to have started around 2400 years ago in a similar manner to worship the Gods, and the earliest recorded performance was the Harisiddhi dance. “Earlier on, dances were theatre performances,” he adds. “In Nepal, even during the 1980’s, musicals with songs and dances inspired by Hindi films were staged as theatre performances.”

 
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