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Deadlock won't end through House obstruction: PM Koirala

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KATHMANDU, Aug 30: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has said that House obstruction will not give a way out for current situation as this was the time for expediting the constitution writing tasks by forging consensus.

The House obstruction will hinder the constitution writing process, the PM told the Rastriya Samachar Samiti (RSS) Chairman Kulchandra Wagle and reporters today at the PM´s official residence in Baluwatar. [More]

  EXPAT SPEAKS Working for Youngsters  
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Nafisa Binte Shafique is the chief of the Adolescent Development and Participation (ADAP) Center at UNICEF. Shafique, who is from Bangladesh, completed her Master’s in Social Work from Dhaka University and went on to acquire her MS in Development Studies from the Netherlands. After working with the UNICEF in Bangladesh, East Timor, and Lesotho in Southern Africa, she has now been working in Nepal for the past four years.

The Week’s Nitya Pandey caught up with her at her office in Pulchowk where she talked about her areas of work, experiences in Nepal and future plans.

 
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  • Gopalaya: All set for the celebration of the music maestro's music
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    KATHMANDU, Aug 29: On Friday, the auditorium of Army Officer’s Club, Sundhara was quite a busy place. One of the legends of Nepali music industry, Gopal Yonjan’s music is all set to be celebrated on Saturday at the same place and the whole team of ‘Gopalaya’ was seen in rush with stage rehearsals and last day preparations. ‘Gopalaya—Something old Something new’, a concert which will feature well known names like Uday Sotang, Reema Gurung Hoda, Prasna Shakya and some of the new generation singers like Rohit John Chettri, Shreya Sotang and Banika Pradhan, is a grand tribute to the music maestro.

    “The main objective to organize this concert is to connect the young generation with Gopal Yonjan’s music. We want the younger generation to feel the depth of his voice, lyrics and compositions,” says Shrijana Singh Yonjan, the daughter of the maestro. She added that even after 17 years of his demise, his music is equally loved by music lovers. “His music had symbolisms. He was equally good with every kind of song—romantic, patriotic, philosophical, you name it,” she says. Shrijana hints that the first vocal performance of the musical evening will be coming in as a big surprise to all the audiences.   [More]
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