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Amy Schumer goes topless for her debut book cover

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LOS ANGELES — Amy Schumer unveiled the cover of her upcoming book by posing topless.

The 34-year-old Emmy-winning actress, director and comedian stripped topless for the revealing snapshot.

In the gorgeous photo, Schumer looks over her left shoulder with a slight smirk on her face, reported Us magazine.

The cover shows an apparently naked Amy from behind, peering over her shoulder with her arms across her chest.

Schumer’s collection of essays, titled The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo (a spoof of the massively successful Swedish thriller The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), hits stores and Kindle in August.

The collection will feature “personal and observational stories that range from the raunchy to the romantic, the heartfelt to the harrowing,” according to the actress’ official website.

“Amy Schumer is not an entertainer who can actually write,” publisher Jennifer Bergstrom said in a press release. “She’s a writer. Who also happens to entertain.”

The book’s title is a play-off Stieg Larsson’s bestseller, ‘The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’, which was adapted into an Academy Award-winning movie starring Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara in 2011.

Amy Schumer goes topless for her debut book cover

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One-year national youth leadership studies programme concludes





JANAKPUR—The first academic session of one-year national youth leadership studies programme has been completed.

The one-year course titled “Nepali Emerging Leaders Programme” jointly launched by the US-based Joan B Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice- University of San Diego and the Kathmandu-based Leadership Academy last January from Kathmandu concluded today at Janakpur.

The programme was conducted in the mountainous, hilly and the Tarai regions subsequently. The second phase of programme was held in Dolakha (mountainous region), the third round in Chisapani of Kaski (hilly region) and the convocation ceremony (graduation) was held in Janakpur( Terai region) of province 2.

A total of 21 youths representing the seven provinces in the country had participated in the programme.

Young political leaders, activists, social leaders and local-level representatives from 25 -40 years of age group were selected for the programme aimed at further enhancing the leadership quality among the Nepali emerging leaders, according to organisers.

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