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The law and the media

#726 ( 26 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 )
Binita Dahal

Children of war

#726 ( 26 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 )
Kunda Dixit
The most vulnerable victims are still those who were children during the war.

Still missing them

#726 ( 26 Sep - 2 Oct 2014 )
Deepak Gyawali
Most families of the estimated 1,400 disappeared have no information about their relatives.

Showing a red flag

#725 ( 19-25 September 2014 )
David Seddon
Jagannath Adhikari’s personalised account of living and surviving the Nepal conflict

Thinking small

#725 ( 19-25 September 2014 )
Kunda Dixit
Nepal’s chronic electricity shortage is a result of its inability to harness its big rivers, but how about small streams?

Forget the past

#724 ( 12-18 September 2014 )
David Seddon
The shocking neglect of Nepal’s Tarai heritage in Lumbini and Janakpur

Lamjung’s ghost village

#724 ( 12-18 September 2014 )
Yubaraj Shrestha
More than eight years after the war ended, the displaced still haven’t returned to their village

One month after the mountain fell

#723 ( 5-11 September 2014 )
Kanak Mani Dixit
Photographs of the site of the ‘mountain-slide’

The return of the baidyas

#722 ( 29 Aug - 5 Sept 2014 )
Sonia Awale
A backlash against expensive and invasive healthcare sends patients to the traditional ayurvedic healers of Kathmandu

Mystical Dolpa in the mist

#722 ( 29 Aug - 5 Sept 2014 )
Hum Gurung
One of Nepal’s last roadless districts seeks to protect its pristine remoteness

Federalism for the sake of it

#721 ( 22-28 August 2014 )
David Seddon
Federalism is a distraction from the other important aspects of state re-structuring and reform of political representation

Justice under threat

#721 ( 22-28 August 2014 )
Tufan Neupane
Key witnesses in the prosecution of Dekendra’s killers forced to retract statements.

Sudden death

#720 ( 15-21 August 2014 )
Pete Pattisson

On the sidelines of justice

#720 ( 15-21 August 2014 )
Trishna Rana
A gender-blind and victim insensitive Truth and Reconciliation Commission will be a futile exercise

Landslide survivors struggle to survive the aftermath

#720 ( 15-21 August 2014 )
Naresh Newar
Most of those killed in the Bhote Kosi landslide were women and children

Happier days

#719 ( 8-14 August 2014 )
Gopal Gartaula
Bhutanese refugees resettled in the UK have finally found certainty and stability

Toxic tarkari

#718 ( 1 - 7 August 2014 )
Sonia Awale
Despite awareness and crackdown, pesticide-laced vegetables continue to poison

“Everyone forgot us”

#718 ( 1 - 7 August 2014 )
Tufan Neupane
The revolution that was supposed to liberate his community from oppression devoured Ram Ratan Chaudhari’s family

Equality in paper at least

#718 ( 1 - 7 August 2014 )
Basil Edward Teo
A government committee is ready to submit recommendations on legalising same-sex marriage, but it is a long road

Hidden in plain view

#718 ( 1 - 7 August 2014 )
Ayesha Shakya
Even if gay marriage is legalised, cultural norms and values haven’t kept pace with the amendments.
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