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Plastic-free new year, not easy

#754 ( 17-23 April 2015 )
Sahina Shrestha
“Only a blanket ban will work, making exceptions will make it impossible to enforce”

More equity on Everest

#754 ( 17-23 April 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
A few things have changed but much remains the same for Nepali high altitude workers

31 Nepali children lost their fathers

#754 ( 17-23 April 2015 )
David Durkan

Surya Bahadur Thapa (1928-2015)

#754 ( 17-23 April 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
The man who did not shape national politics, but let national politics shape him

Getting away with (almost) anything

#753 ( 10-16 April 2015 )
Bhrikuti Rai
The Supreme Court has released on light bail a fake doctor charged with embezzling millions meant for upgrading medical care in Humla

“First Nepali, then Catholic”

#752 ( 3-9 April 2015 )
Cynthia Choo and Stéphane Huët
This Easter, Nepal’s Catholics fast for spiritual renewal

Harder to forgive than forget

#752 ( 3-9 April 2015 )
Qianyi Qin
“Have Nepalis forgiven the horrors in the war or have they simply forgotten?”

Remembering dementia

#752 ( 3-9 April 2015 )
Kenji Kwok
Nepal’s ageing population brings a new problem that families and the government have little knowledge of

Class, no bar

#752 ( 3-9 April 2015 )
Sahina Shrestha
Violence against women is prevalent in high income families too, they are just better at hiding it.

Smart farmers practice smart farming

#751 ( 27 March - 2 April 2015 )
Stéphane Huët
Wise farmers in Surkhet find solutions to save water and boost harvests 

Piped water still a pipe dream

#750 ( 20-26 March 2015 )
Kenji Kwok
Fifteen years behind schedule, the Melamchi Project to supply water to Kathmandu Valley is likely to be further delayed

Going with the flow

#750 ( 20-26 March 2015 )
Uzabi Baidar
Kathmandu should be considered uninhabitable because the city of 2.5 million has few functioning water mains

Bad just got worse

#749 ( 13-19 March 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
The chronic mismanagement of Kathmandu airport was magnified after its four-day shutdown last week

A new energy mix for a New Nepal

#749 ( 13-19 March 2015 )
Suraj Pandey
Hydro for the hills, biomass for the plains

Being Nepali or becoming Nepali?

#748 ( 6-12 March 2015 )
Anjana Rajbhandary
Nepal has one of the most progressive laws on gay and lesbian rights, but still treats its women as second-class citizens

Corrosive laws

#748 ( 6-12 March 2015 )
Binita Dahal
Lenient punishment is not a deterrent for heinous crimes like acid attacks

Clean kilns

#748 ( 6-12 March 2015 )
Sonia Awale
Lack of incentives for green bricks means factories are still using old, polluting technology

The other bad carbon

#748 ( 6-12 March 2015 )
Kunda Dixit
Black carbon is easier and faster to control than carbon dioxide to reduce global warming and health hazards

Rugby gets a kick-start

#748 ( 6-12 March 2015 )
Stéphane Huët

Not yet boiling point

#747 ( 27 Feb-5 Mar 2015 )
Navin Jha
The people of the Tarai are angry, but not angry enough to join another protest movement led by Madhesi politicians
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