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All the publications and products of Nepal Republic Media — Republica, Nagarik, Shukrabar, myrepublica.com and nagariknews.com — have set ensuring the citizens’ right to information and the interests of the general public as their top priority. It is our firm conviction that the more a media organization identifies with the people in their joys as well as their sorrows the more popular it can become. With an overwhelmingly increasing number of readers favoring our publications, we feel further inspired to cover more areas of interest and concern to the general public, and with additional vigor. [More]

 
 
MoHP proposes higher doc fees

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KATHMANDU, April 23 : Barring some exceptions, consultant doctors at Norvic International Hospital charge Rs 350 from each patient they see. However, under a new proposal prepared by the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP), doctors will be able to charge up to Rs 400 per patient.

Norvic is considered one of the most expensive private hospitals in the country, and the hospital administration said its general out-patient department service fee is Rs 350. [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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