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Christmas thangkas

#834 ( 25 Nov - 1 Dec 2016 )
Honouring Tibetan Buddhist traditions and Christmas festival by selling Made in Nepal thangkas depicting the Santa Claus myth in the United States to help a monastery in Kathmandu

Sketching Bagmati

#833 ( 18-24 November 2016 )
Smriti Basnet
A multimedia project to revive the enthusiasm for change and the Bagmati itself

An eye for Kathmandu

#832 ( 11-17 November 2016 )
A Day in the Life of Kathmandu, a photographic portrait of Kathmandu

Pokhara airport airborne

#803 ( 8-14 April 2016 )
Rabindra Adhikari
After four wasted decades, Pokhara may finally be getting a much-needed international airport

City safari on rickshaw

#789 ( 1-7 January 2016 )
Birat Anupam
Restrictions on movement of big vehicles imposed by Madhesi protesters have increased the popularity of electric rickshaws

The wreckage of 2015

#788 ( 25-31 December 2015 )
Siran Liang
The April earthquake was followed by an even more devastating economic upheaval

Pegging a fine line

#787 ( 18-24 December 2015 )
Sarthak M Sharma
A thriving currency black market drags the fixed INR-NPR exchange rate into the debate again

Strategy for recovery

#770 ( 7-13 August 2015 )
Sonia Awale
A report by ICIMOD highlights the need to reduce vulnerability to future earthquakes and floods by integrating preparedness

Emerging market

#769 ( 31 July - 6 Aug 2015 )
Ayesha Shakya
There is a lot Kathmandu can learn from up-and-coming Weifang in China

Budgeting for energy self-reliance

#769 ( 31 July - 6 Aug 2015 )
Sujit Acharya
Who in his right mind levies VAT on hydropower projects when a country is reeling under crippling power cuts? Answer: Nepal’s Finance Minister.

Rebuilding businesses better

#766 ( 10-16 July 2015 )
Interview with Pashupati Muraraka, new President of Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI)

Led by the young

#754 ( 17-23 April 2015 )
Sahina Shrestha
Hundreds of people participated in a rally organised by the ‘No Thanks I Carry My Own Bag’ initiative to celebrate the government ban on plastic bags

Dogs go organic

#752 ( 3-9 April 2015 )
Ayesha Shakya
A probiotic supplement to protect the gastrointestinal tract, aid in digestion and boost immunity in dogs

Tourism flatlines, Chinese are up

#749 ( 13-19 March 2015 )
Number of Chinese tourists have increased by 18 per cent in the past year

Five star managers

#748 ( 6-12 March 2015 )

Lifting modern Nepal

#747 ( 27 Feb-5 Mar 2015 )
Nepal has become a booming market for elevators and escalators

Saving Nepal Airlines

#743 ( 30 Jan-5 Feb 2015 )
The country’s national carrier is now poised for growth with fleet and route expansion drives.

The rise and fall of the world’s poorest nations

#742 ( 23-29 January )
Thalif Deen

Blurred reflections

#741 ( 16-22 January 2015 )
Ivan Gyozo Somlai
Old Nepal hand critiques Canadian aided projects in Nepal

Disaster and Development

#740 ( 9-15 January 2015 )
Helen Clark
Investing time and resources in preparing for shocks will save lives and protect communities from other losses
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