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On course to be champion

#835 ( 2-8 December 2016 )
Sahina Shrestha
Pratima Sherpa literally grew up on a golf course and wants to be Nepal’s first female professional golfer.

Thundu Sherpa, 46

#835 ( 2-8 December 2016 )
Michael Kobold
On Monday morning as the earth shook, the diametrically opposed worlds of mountaineering and horology lost a legend.

The maxium pilot

#835 ( 2-8 December 2016 )
Kunda Dixit
Nepal's tourism industry has lost a devoted professional.

Healing Langtang

#835 ( 2-8 December 2016 )
Jessica Cortis
Australian researchers caught up in avalanche last year building a cultural museum to boost tourism.

“Freedom is not free”

#834 ( 25 Nov - 1 Dec 2016 )
Smriti Basnet
The first Bangladeshi to climb Seven Summits wants to empower girls to scale life’s mountains 

Pencilling in Kathmandu

#834 ( 25 Nov - 1 Dec 2016 )
Niels Gutschow
Rajman Singh’s exquisite drawings of Kathmandu Valley in the mid-19th century are being exhibited in Nepal for the first time

The ecology of worship

#834 ( 25 Nov - 1 Dec 2016 )
Rajani Maharjan
Pollution and encroachment of the Vishnumati River have affected the culture and rituals that used to take place along its banks

Rolling in dough

#833 ( 18-24 November 2016 )
Shreejana Shrestha
Swiss chef Fredy Andermatt is in Kathmandu to teach Nepalis the fine art of bakery

Wine wave

#833 ( 18-24 November 2016 )
Smriti Basnet
Raise a toast to Kathmandu’s new fling with wine

Skydiving off the roof of the world

#833 ( 18-24 November 2016 )
Samriddhi Rai
An adventure so adventurous that it has been listed as one of the 50 ways to be a daredevil by CNN

War is the crime

#832 ( 11-17 November 2016 )
Lucia De Vries
Photographer Stephen Champion goes from covering war between men to war on nature

A chariot through time

#832 ( 11-17 November 2016 )
Bruce McCoy Owens
Exhibition that documents 40 years of the Rāto Matsyendranāth festival in photographs

Old traditions, new meanings

#832 ( 11-17 November 2016 )
Rishi Amatya
Though the dance drama tradition still retains its religious values, it has taken a far more significant meaning

Doctor strange

#832 ( 11-17 November 2016 )
Sophia Pande
Despite the exquisite visuals, it is the heart and the humour in the writing that wins the day

Jazz Bazaar at Gokarna

#831 ( 28 Oct - 3 Nov 2016 )
Rubeena Shrestha
Jazzmandu has gone way beyond its roots and incorporates a good number of genres

A basket case

#831 ( 28 Oct - 3 Nov 2016 )
Smriti Basnet
Can the traditional bamboo handicraft industry revitalise itself?

Vroom Vroom

#831 ( 28 Oct - 3 Nov 2016 )
Samriddhi Rai
Motorbiking in Mustang: the beauty of the place with the fresh air rushing past your face is a dream

Chhakka Panja

#831 ( 28 Oct - 3 Nov 2016 )
Raisa Pande
Despite its popular cast and characteristic comic one-liners, it is as if this is too serious a subject to be laughing about

Chandragiri by cable car

#830 ( 21-27 October 2016 )
Bachhu Bk
A destination for family outings and weekend getaways

A ridge too far

#830 ( 21-27 October 2016 )
Madhu Sudan Dahal
Even for the not so religious minded, the remote Badimalika Trek could be a pilgrimage to the natural wilderness
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