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One policeman injured in Sarlahi cross fire with armed gang

SANTOSH SINGH
SARLAHI, Aug 31: A policeman has been injured when a police patrol team and an armed group exchanged fire at Nokelwa-5 in the district Saturday night.

The injured is identified as police constable Santosh Mahato. [More]

  The South of France  
  BY KARAN VAIDYA  
 
The Côte d’Azur and the Grand Kingdom of Monaco

As the train chugged at above 300 km per hour, green vineyards and silver olive trees of Provence slowly transformed into crystal blue waters of The Côte d’Azur. As my train passed the city of Cannes, I sighted the posh brick mansions of Antibes, which would be my first stop on this beautiful blue coast.

Antibes is a city known as “the” vacation destination for celebrities. Its sandy beaches around the blue waters of the Mediterranean are populated with opulent resorts and private villas.

 
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    KATHMANDU, Aug 30: Music maestro Gopal Yonjan’s timeless music was celebrated at the auditorium of Army Officers’ Club in Sundhara on Saturday amidst enthusiastic audience of varying age groups. Titled ‘Gopalaya—Something Old Something New’, the musical evening saw performances by popular artistes, all singing Late Gopal Yonjan’s compositions. A couple of songs performed at the concert were never unheard of before, and were archived from Yonjan’s old recordings from his home studio. The music for the concert’s performances was rearranged by musicians Sachin Singh, Chand Singh, Bishnu Adhikari and Manoj KC.

    The evening started with a musical performance by Anil Shahi and his group, who played Yonjan’s famous instrumental number ‘Ritu Rang’. The second performance came as a surprise to the audiences as Navashree Singh, Gopal Yonjan’s granddaughter, took to the stage performing his ‘Na Phul Chadaye’ synced along with Yonjan’s recorded voice. Navashree also later sang ‘Sansarko Saralaai’, a song that resounds of Yonjan’s utter respect for women.   [More]
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