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The Kathmandu Chorale turns 35

#887 ( 8-14 December 2017 )
Lucia De Vries
“A collective friendship built upon the love of music and globalisation at its best.”

The English Surgeon

#886 ( 1-7 December 2017 )
Niraj Shrestha
In his new book, pioneering British neurosurgeon ponders the end of his own life and his work in Nepal and Ukraine

The freedom to be free

#886 ( 1-7 December 2017 )
Kunda Dixit
In South Africa and Nepal we share a similar sense of dreams shattered

Backlash against the backlash

#886 ( 1-7 December 2017 )
Sonia Awale
Elected autocrats in democracies threaten press freedom worldwide

Temporary protection

#886 ( 1-7 December 2017 )
Tsering Dolker Gurung
Under the Trump administration, the future looks bleak for Nepalis wishing to stay on in the United States

Woman who moved mountains

#885 ( 24-30 November 2017 )
Smriti Basnet
Nisha Budha found her freedom, and hopes to free her sisters in Jumla as well

More rhinos means more encounters

#885 ( 24-30 November 2017 )
Alex Dudley
National park may be the victim of its own conservation success story

Tangible restoration

#885 ( 24-30 November 2017 )
Sahina Shrestha
Destroyed in the 1934 earthquake, Patan’s Bhaidega temple is finally being rebuilt after the 2015 disaster

Kathmandu's sole

#884 ( 17-23 November 2017 )
Shreejana Shrestha
A Chinese family has been making shoes in Bag Bazar for 45 years

Taandro

#884 ( 17-23 November 2017 )
Rabin Giri
Taandro will also be a good resource for those looking to learn more about the war

Ani’s song

#883 ( 10-16 November 2017 )
Kunda Dixit
The UNICEF Ambassador is back in Nepal with a concert with Bollywood musicians

Canada quake aid

#882 ( 3-9 November 2017 )
Canadian Ambassador to Nepal Nadir Patel announced new support for the survivors of the 2015 Nepal earthquake.

Superbike

#882 ( 3-9 November 2017 )
Shreejana Shrestha
Cargo bicycles can ease daily chores, save money and transform businesses

The movement to rebuild Kasthamandap

#882 ( 3-9 November 2017 )
Alok Tuladhar
Trail-blazing community-led initiative could be a model for reconstruction of other heritage sites

Khumbu then, and now

#882 ( 3-9 November 2017 )
Kunda Dixit
In 'Khumbu Since 1950' Alton Byers tells the visual story of how much the land of the Sherpa people has changed in the past 70 years

Documenting South Asia

#881 ( 27 Oct - 2 Nov 2017 )
Sahina Shrestha
The 11th edition of Film Southasia begins on 2 November

Nilam’s dream

#881 ( 27 Oct - 2 Nov 2017 )
Sonia Awale
Nilam’s activism against abuse has left her ostracised by her own community as she continues to try to convince Muslim, Dalit and minority families to protect and educate their girls

#BreatheFree

#881 ( 27 Oct - 2 Nov 2017 )
Ayesha Shakya
A social media survey reveals the true extent of the health impact of Kathmandu’s deteriorating air quality

Enriching-and exclusive?

#880 ( 20-26 October 2017 )
Rubeena D Shrestha
After 15 years, Jazzmandu still takes visitors on a magical, musical tour

Repairing Rural Roads

#880 ( 20-26 October 2017 )
Riwaj Rai
Trails destroyed by the earthquake are being fixed, reviving trade
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