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Lyrical poems at April’s Paleti

Lyrical poems at April’s Paleti

- by Republica

To those who have been familiar with Paleti’s regular musical series, this April will bring a different flavor. This Spring- Paleti will explore Nepali Chhanda Kavita, a special genre of lyrical and metric Nepali poem,...

Mahesh Thapa's 'Marichika' released

Mahesh Thapa's 'Marichika' released

- by Republica

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli unveiled book 'Marichika' written by author Mahesh Thapa amidst a program organized at the Prime Minister's official residence in Baluwatar on Friday. ...

‘Paltaney Ko Photo’ launched

‘Paltaney Ko Photo’ launched

Litterateur Raksha Rai’s new story collection ‘Paltaney Ko Photo’ was launched amid at an event held in Pragya Pratisthan on Wednesday. Former Chancellor at the Patisthan, Bairagi kainla launched the book at the event jointly...

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Opening of Nepal Research Bhavan

Opening of Nepal Research Bhavan

- by Republica

There are 4000 volumes of books on important topics of Nepal like history, culture, anthropology, etc. He added, “There is no limitation on who should come and use the library or not. It is for everyone and we are looking forward to making it bigger and better.”

Nischal’s first novel launched

Nischal’s first novel launched

Young writer Nischal Malla launched his English novel Fargo amidst an event held in the capital. Actors Reecha Sharma, Surakshya Pant, writer Subin Bhattarai and President at ECAN, Bishnu Hari Pandey jointly launched the book.

Katie Couric writing memoir, expected for 2021

Katie Couric writing memoir, expected for 2021

- by Associated Press

Katie Couric is writing a memoir, one she is counting on to live up to its title: “Unexpected.” In an announcement Tuesday, the publisher Little, Brown and Company told The Associated Press that the book was scheduled for spring 2021. Couric plans to share details both “hilarious” and “humiliating” as she looks back on her prize-winning, 40-year career.

Wagle all set for ‘Koreana Coffee Guff’

Wagle all set for ‘Koreana Coffee Guff’

Narayan Wagle’s new book ‘Koreana Coffee Guff’ is hitting bookstores soon. Wagle’s first book ‘Palpasa Café’ is considered a turning point in Nepal’s publication industry. ‘Palpasa Café’ not only inspired many new writers, but it also redefined the publication market. Since its release in 2005, ‘Palpasa Café’ has now gone through 30th reprints, making it probably the largest selling ‘non-text book’ novel in Nepali language.

10 mind-blowing Maya Angelou Quotes

10 mind-blowing Maya Angelou Quotes

- by Republica

Oprah Winfrey, who considers Maya Angelou a mentor, said, “Maya Angelou is not what she has done, written or spoken. It’s how she did it all. She moved through the world with unshakeable calm, confidence, and a fiery, fierce grace and abounding love.” Angelou is best known for her book published in 1970, ‘I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings’ which received international acclaim. The book was also banned in many schools during that time as Angelou’s honesty about having been sexually abused opened a subject matter that had long been taboo in the culture. Later, ‘I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings’ would become a course adoption at college campuses around the world. With more than 30 bestselling titles, Maya Angelou has written 36 books. Here are some of her quotes that can instigate you to take action to better yourself.

13 Reasons Why’ author sues over harassment claims

13 Reasons Why’ author sues over harassment claims

- by Associated Press

Asher’s defamation lawsuit, filed Friday in Los Angeles, contends that his family, career and reputation were damaged by the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators and its executive director, Lin Oliver.

Russell Baker, author and NY Times columnist is dead at 93

Russell Baker, author and NY Times columnist is dead at 93

- by Associated Press

Baker didn’t ask to be called a humorist. During a 1994 speech in Hartford, Connecticut, he said his goal for the “Observer” was to render the federal government, politics and diplomacy accessible through plain, easy-to-read language. It was to be more widely appealing than the “High-Church, polysyllabic” writing common in The New York Times.

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