Nepal | November 18, 2018

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  • Entertainment

    Aretha Franklin’s ‘Amazing Grace’ film finally in theaters

    NEW YORK: Three years ago, Alan Elliott was at the Telluride Film Festival, prepared to unveil the holy grail of musical works: A documentary on the making of Aretha Franklin’s “Amazing Grace,” which had been lost to the archives until Elliott spent decades restoring it so it could fin...

  • Kathmandu

    Two more dance forms added to Kartik Nach

    Kathmandu, November 17 Kartik Nach, which is said to have started some 377 years ago, started in Lalitpur on Monday adding two more dance forms after six years. “Lyawa Layegu and Khusi Khikegu were the two dances performed this year after six years during Kartik Nach,” said Kiran Chitrakar...

  • Nepal

    ‘Info gag on Cabinet decisions against constitution, RTI Act’

    Kathmandu, November 17 Lawyers have called the government move to withhold Cabinet decisions from the press and  public for a week as acting against the spirit of the constitution and Right to Information Act 2007. Senior Advocate Dinesh Tripathi said the decision violated the Right to Inform...

  • Science & Technology

    Space station supplies launched, 2nd shipment in 2 days

    CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA: A load of space station supplies rocketed into orbit from Virginia on Saturday, the second shipment in two days. And another commercial delivery should be on its way in a couple weeks. “What an outstanding launch,” said NASA’s deputy space station program...

  • Art & Culture

    Nepalaya launches former IGP Kharel’s autobiography

    KATHMANDU: Nepalaya, book publication house, has launched an autobiography of former Inspector General of Police Achyut Krishna Kharel amid a special ceremony in Kathmandu, on Saturday. On the occasion, Former President Dr Ram Baran Yadav along with former IGP Kharel and Amar Prahari Pariwar'...

  • World

    US official: US intel says prince ordered Khashoggi killing

    WASHINGTON: US intelligence officials have concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a US official said Friday. The Saudi government has denied the claim. The conclusion will bolster efforts in Congress to further punish the c...