Manjushree Thapa

The International Frog Conference / Bhairav Aryal

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Bhairav Aryal EssayIn today's world, a son has greater worries than the unemployed; a journalist is in a greater rush than a taxi car. On top of that, if someone takes up journalism in order to stave off the daily hassles of being a son, you can imagine how patchy his life gets. And I am the kind of journalist who must serve journalism all day on the basis of a rickety cycle, and enjoy the nectar of filial life in the early evening, scraping out the pot for storing grains.

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The Future of Nepali Literature / Manjushree Thapa

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Something very important has happened to Nepali literature over the past few years: news of the nation has come into it.

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