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7-member taskforce formed to finalize PTA

SANTOSH GHIMIRE
KATHMANDU, Sept 2: A cabinet meeting on Tuesday formed a seven-member task force to finalize the Power Trade Agreement (PTA) with India.

A meeting held at the Prime Minister’s Official residence in Baluwatar, today formed a delegation under the coordination of Energy Secretary Rajendra Kishore Kshatri. [More]

  Clothes, cuts, and designs  
  BY ROSHANI DHAMALA  
 
Can you cut this saree and make it into a dress?” a customer enters the room, asking.

“This is simply too beautiful to cut. How often do we get such materials nowadays? Why don’t you have a dress made out of different material,” Amika Shrestha, designer and the owner of Amika’s Attraction, a boutique at Naxal, replies. Amika then pulls out a pen and paper and quickly draws a flowing dress design for her visitor. As her hands work on the design, it seems as though everything comes to her naturally and designs automatically take on incredible shapes.

 
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