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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.
Palpasa Cafe' Now In French
KATHMANDU, Nov 21: After successful translation and publishing of Narayan Wagle’s acclaimed novel ‘Palpasa Café’ in English (2008) and Korean (2011), the novel now has its French edition ready. According to publisher nepa~laya, the French edition, titled ‘Le Palpasa Café’, will be released at Alliance Francaise in Tripureshwar on November 28.

Originally written and released in Nepali in 2005, the French edition of the Madan Puraskar winning novel has been translated by Suraj Shakya, a French speaking guide based in Nepal, and later edited by Isabelle Lippitsch, a French national.
Kill/Dil Kill For Love
Pragyan Thapa
KATHMANDU, Nov 18: Kill/Dil is a clouded affair. I’ll give it to Shaad Ali – for once, he keeps you entertained for the initial 30 minutes – his reliance on the outburst of cartoonish energy and switching of farcical proceedings give this romantic gangster comedy a novel texture. Unfortunately, it slows down in consistency. Nowhere close in delivering what it promised, it finds a second-rate path to a conclusion that kills the fun out of the movie.

Dev (Ranveer Singh) and Tutu (Ali Zafar) are two hitmen working for Bhaiyaji (Govinda). Bhaiyaji is more than their boss, he picked them up from the dumpster when they were infants and nurtured them into the life of crime. Tutu is the more sorted out and the mature one while Dev is the flamboyant and the more soulful. Their job as contract killers and their faithfulness towards their guardian angel Bhaiyaji is tested when Disha (Parineeti Chopra) enters in Dev’s life.
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