Poetry reading featuring “Tin Man, Mountain Man, Word Warriors”

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The Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy is hosting a Poetry Reading Program: “Tin Man, Mountain Man, Word Warriors” on Wednesday, November 5, 2014. Poet Dr. David B. Austell who is Columbia University’s Associate Provost and Director of the International Students and Scholars Office will be reading. Poet Yuyutsu RD Sharma (pictured) and slam   …Continue Reading


Value of ISBN for Nepali writers

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The ISBN (International Standard Book Number) is the global standard for identifying and locating books. As stated in Tribhuvan University’s Central Library website “The objective of the international standard is to coordinate and standardize the international use of ISBN to uniquely identify on title or edition of a title published by one specific publisher.” Writers   …Continue Reading


Puskar Shah leaves his mark with ‘संसारलाई साढे पाँच फन्को’

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Puskar Shah’s debut book ‘संसारलाई साढे पाँच फन्को’ has already sold over 25000+ copies according to its publisher, Book Hill Publication. ‘संसारलाई साढे पाँच फन्को’ chronicles Puskar Shah’s journey to 150 countries. He stated in Setopati’संसारका धेरै भुभागको पानीको स्वाद र माटोको सुगन्ध पुस्तकले पस्किने छ’, ‘हरेक दिन बदलिरहने हावापानी, प्रकृति, वातावरण, संस्कृति, भाषा र   …Continue Reading


Radha Poudel wins Madan Puraskar 2070

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Two of Nepal’s most prestigious literary prizes, the Madan Puraskar and the Jagadamba Shree is managed by the Madan Puraskar Guthi. The country’s highest literary accolades were recently given out at an award ceremony at Rato Bangala school, Patan Dhoka. Radha Poudel received Madan Puraskar for her book, ‘Khalangama Hamala’ and Shiva Regmi was honored   …Continue Reading


Ncell Nepal Literature Festival 2014 kicks off

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Ncell Nepal Literature Festival 2014 kicked off on September 19, 2014 at Nepal Academy, Kamaladi. The four day literary festival was inaugurated by Dr. Banira Giri and keynote speech delivered by Dr. Chaitanya Mishra. The literary festival opened with the session “How can Nepal progress?” (Kasari Banla Nepal) with moderator Sushil Sharma and panelists CK   …Continue Reading


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