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Happy Ending By The Book, At Least!
Pragyan Thapa
KATHMANDU, Nov 24: A strong case can be made against Saif Ali Khan for brandishing his time and money in making it through as Bollywood’s answer to John Cusack.

His spell as the urbane, naïve (and often NRI) stud’s unappreciative tendencies for committal romance and adulthood started out from his breakout performances in the supporting roles he had in Dil Chahta Hai and Kal Ho Na Ho, and which further panned out sharply in much successful lead roles that he followed in Hum Tum, Salam Namaste and much recently in Cocktail.
'I Haven't Given Up On Music'
KATHMANDU, Nov 24: A decade ago, Bhugol Dahal’s tragic song ‘Yo Junima’ became very popular, making him one of the most loved artists in the Nepali music industry then. The song even won him the Hits FM Best Vocal Collaboration Award back then. But the audience heard very little of him
after that.

However, Bhugol says he hasn’t given up on music. With around 19 songs to his credit, out of which some have been aired on radio while some are yet to be released, the artiste has many plans to take his music career ahead. He has almost completed the composition of his new song ‘Samadhi’ and is working on its arrangement. “I’m planning to complete and launch its music video soon,” he said.
Exposing Modern-day Slavery In Pictures
KATHMANDU, Nov 21: Award-winning American photographer Lisa Kristine’s photo exhibition ‘Enslaved’ is currently on display at Siddhartha Art Gallery of Baber Mahal Revisited since last Wednesday.

The exhibition was inaugurated by American Ambassador to Nepal, Peter Bodde, after a talk program by the photographer.
Byakul Maila To Receive Lifetime Monthly Allowance
KATHMANDU, Nov 21: Byakul Maila, lyricist of our national anthem ‘Sayaun Thunga Phoolka Hami’, will be getting a lifetime monthly allowance of Rs 25,000. This was decided in the cabinet meeting on Thursday.

Emerging from the meeting, Minister for Information and Communications Dr Minendra Rijal informed the media of the decision.
Shyalpa Tenzin Rinpoche's The Art Of Thanka Launched
KATHMANDU, Nov 21: A book explaining the philosophy behind the art of thanka, the book ‘The Art of Thanka: A Himalayan Spiritual Legacy’ was launched yesterday (Thursday.)

Authored by Shyalpa Tenzin Rinpoche, the book was launched by President Dr Ram Baran Yadav at the President’s House, Sheetal Niwas.
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