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Unveiling cinematic alchemy: The Kuleshov Effect, Rashomon Mystery, and Breaking the Fourth Wall

Named after Soviet filmmaker Lev Kuleshov, the Kuleshov Effect is a storytelling technique leveraging the power of editing to influence the viewers interpretation by deliberate …

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Loss and Damage Fund, key agenda at the UN climate event COP 28

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal will be heading today to UAE to attend the 28th edition of the Conference of Parties (COP 28) scheduled from …

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TU professor assailants convicted amid government attempts to drop the case

Last week, the Kathmandu District Court convicted a gang of six assailants who brutally assaulted Tribhuvan University Sociology Assistant Professor Prem Chalaune in October 2020, …

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eDrive Nepal: a new ride hailing app in the market

Under a list of ride-sharing apps already operating and competing in the market, a new service provider namely eDrive Nepal has joined the bandwagon. Edrive …

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Nepal’s coffee trade sees continuous growth

Nepals coffee export has experienced modest gains in the fiscal year 2022/23. The export earnings reached Rs 130.4 million last fiscal year, growing by 11.36% …

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Two one-horned rhinos found dead in Chitwan National Park alarming conservationists

Two one-horned rhinoceros were found dead in the Chitwan National Park (CNP) last week, alarming the conservationists of the great one-horned rhinos. According to the …

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Nepal further improves in Global Hunger Index but the food prices are soaring

Nepal ranked 69th in the recently released Global Hunger Index 2023 among 125 countries. According to the report, Nepal is among the seven countries that …

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Children death toll surpasses 3,000 in three weeks of Israel-Hamas war

Nearly 10,000 people have lost their lives since the start of the Israel-Hamas war following Hamas's attack on Israel on October 7. Over 3,000 of …

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Governance starts at home, Ibrahim tells World Bank Group President

Governance starts at home, said Mo Ibrahim, a Sudanese-British businessman and President of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation at the Africa: The Digital Innovation Engine summit …

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Nepal signs labour agreement with two new European countries

Nepal recently signed labour agreements with Romania and Germany in pursuit of adding new labour destinations for Nepali migrant workers. In a historic move, Nepal …

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Institute of Engineering finally gets to revise fee after 25 years

Beginning this academic year (2023/24), the Institute of Engineering (IOE) at Tribhuvan University pushed to update the Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) syllabus and revise the …

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What is Cinematography?

A cinematographer is a visual psychiatrist- moving an audience through a movie making them think the way you want them to think, painting pictures in …

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