Faceless

Post Report, Sep 23 2017

People are better at remembering other people through their faces than their names. We come across so many faces every day, and they in turn sometimes shape who we are.
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Tirtha Gurung recently published his first novel, Pathshala. Pathshala is one of the few books in Nepali literature written from the perspective of a teenager for teenagers.
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King Deuba is in New York City and so is our Foreign Minister Mahara but they seem to be lost in the crowd. How come our netas don’t make any news when they attend the UN picnic every year?
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Curious theatre goers: there is good news and there is bad news. The good news is that there is an ongoing stage production whose production value will fill you with awe, excitement, and wonder. The bad news is the production does not have the depth that one expects out of a theatre production.
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Just call Steven Soderbergh the Boy Who Cried Retirement. Back in 2013, the director had announced he would no longer be making films.
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I can feel her breath against my cheek. She blows every time she talks to her friend, hot air that speaks of the residue of a hundred things.
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There are those that describe Tundikhel as Kathmandu’s lungs. In a city that is swallowing itself whole, Tundikhel is one of the last surviving large public spaces in its inner core.
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On Wednesday, a day before Ghatasthapana kicked off the annual festive season, members of the Shardul Jung Gulma—the 165-member company of the Nepali Army garrisoned at the Kathmandu Durbar Square—were busy scrubbing and polishing the Dashain Ghar at the palace.
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In Pipara, a predominantly Dalit settlement in Kanchanpur Municpality of Saptari District, floods hit mid-day on August 12.
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