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KATHMANDU, April 23 :
Despite all hindrances in the overall political process, especially the delay in constitution-making and the laidback attitude of political leaders, Nepal is headed in a positive direction. Things are changing and changing for the better.

The latest indication of this is the Social Progress Index 2014 released this week by the Washington-based Social Progress Imperative (SPI), and which highlights how Nepali society has seen remarkable achievements in the past few years, and that too at the community level. [More]

  Pokharel's comeback  
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Gurukul, despite its significant contributions to creating an environment for staging plays regularly in Kathmandu, was not the only theatrical platform for Sunil Pokharel. It was a place of worship for the theatre genius, no less. The rented place, unfortunately, had to undergo demolition. It was a story of three years ago. Pokharel almost remained silent and idle for these three years.

Gurukul is yet to establish its own theatre premises and stage but Pokharel has made his directorial comeback last week. He has been staging a play called ‘Rashomon,’ written by Japanese writer Ryunosuke Akutagawa, at Mandala Theatre. On the same story, the famous Japanese director Akira Kurosawa made a film decades ago.

 
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