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Prepping for preschool

#648 ( 22-28 March 2013 )
Depending on how deep your pockets are parents in Kathmandu are spoilt for choice when it comes to picking preschools

Sweet n silent

#648 ( 22-28 March 2013 )
Dhanvantari by Buddha Basnyat, MD
One in four Nepalis is diabetic yet public awareness and understanding of diabetes is still very low

WOMEN ON TOP

#647 ( 15-21 March 2013 )
Four down, three to go for seven Nepali women climbers

Off the road

#647 ( 15-21 March 2013 )
Rabi Thapa
Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Travelling TB

#647 ( 15-21 March 2013 )
Dhanvantari by Buddha Basnyat, MD
Although TB rates in Nepal have plummeted in the past decade it is still one of the biggest killers of Nepalis.

The Queens of drama

#646 ( 8-14 March 2013 )
Suman Raymajhi
This women's day we celebrate female trailblazers of Nepali theatre

Think in kink

#646 ( 8-14 March 2013 )
Bhrikuti Rai
Customers at Kathmandu’s sex shops are mostly men above 35, but that is changing

Fish below Fish Tail

#646 ( 8-14 March 2013 )
Jivan Prasad Rai
Ex-Gurkha transforms district’s economy with a trout farm in the shadow of Machhapuchhre

A breath of filthy air

#646 ( 8-14 March 2013 )
Dhanvantari by Buddha Basnyat, MD
Inhaling wooden smoke is as worse as smoking five packs of cigarette a day

New buzz at Nepali Times

#645 ( 1-7 March 2013 )
Nepali Times is coming out in an expanded 20-page edition from Friday March 1, 2013

Light at the end of the tunnel?

#645 ( 1-7 March 2013 )
Despite a violent conflict, mismanagement and corruption over the past 20 years, Nepal has taken surprising strides in health and education

A great leap forward

#645 ( 1-7 March 2013 )
If Nepal’s politics stabilises, there’s a reasonable possibility that the country will take a great leap forward in the next 10 years

Plumbing the heart

#645 ( 1-7 March 2013 )
Dhanvantari by Buddha Basnyat, MD
Heart attack patients today are more fortunate than their parents’ generation as they have access to angioplasty.
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