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Investment Board meeting ends inconclusively

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KATHMANDU, April 23 : The meeting of Investment Board Nepal (IBN) ended inconclusively on Wednesday, as officials of both IBN and the Ministry of Energy (MoE) staked claim to implement four mega hydropower projects and some transmission lines project.

The meeting was chaired by Prime Minister Sushil Koirala. [More]

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Though Sushma Joshi names her book The Prediction, it is not very predictable. Most stories in this collection have surprise endings, or even begin from strange subject lines. For example, there is her first story about a man getting lost in Mongolia, and another about a satellite that crashes among the Himalaya, both very unusual subjects for Nepali writers.

Sushma sets the tone right at the start with a very readable story. The Discovery of the High Lama has an intriguing subject matter and enough dialogue so that the reader is not bored. Her plot, too, holds the reader’s interest till the very end. And that perhaps defines most of her stories: unusual subject matters, lots of dialogue, and interesting plots.

 
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