KATHMANDU: Some 25,000 copies of Ex-CoAS Rookmangud Katawal’s autobiography have been sold within two weeks of release, its publisher Nepa~laya has claimed.
“We had ordered 10,000 copies to be printed at the beginning, said Chief Executive of Nepa~laya, Saijan Maskey,” the book was reprinted the next day it was unveiled.”
According to her, second edition of the autobiography that includes comments from ‘significant’ person has already hit the market.
The book can be purchased on online shopping sites too.
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