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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

Rupees from rubbish

#747 ( 27 Feb-5 Mar 2015 )
Sahina Shrestha
Private companies are stepping in to manage and make money from Kathmandu’s garbage

Political geography of Nepal’s Twittersphere

#747 ( 27 Feb-5 Mar 2015 )
Bibek Paudel
About 30,000 tweets that shared links from popular Nepali news websites were mined for this analysis.

A stir within

#745 ( 13-19 February 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
The Maoists anger their Madhesi allies by nominating a controversial floor-crosser as CA member

Love in the time of Facebook

#745 ( 13-19 February 2015 )
Anjana Rajbhandary
This just in: Too much time on social networking sites may end romantic relationships

Boy walked eight days to treat broken arm

#745 ( 13-19 February 2015 )
Tsering Dolker Gurung
"Unlike other hospitals, we want fewer patients, not more."- S P Kalaunee of Bayalpata Hospital

Learning the hard way

#745 ( 13-19 February 2015 )
Sahina Shrestha
Five years after its deadly cholera epidemic, western Nepal tries to prevent a repeat

Getting rid of soot

#745 ( 20-26 February 2015 )
Helena Molin Valdes and Arnico Panday
Reducing black carbon in the region will have multiple benefits and save lives

Learning from experience

#745 ( 20-26 February 2015 )
Beth Norford
Teachers look beyond textbooks into their communities for sources of knowledge and curriculum ideas

Back to the village campaign

#745 ( 20-26 February 2015 )
Cynthia Choo
Young Nepalis are taking two years off to teach in rural schools and upgrade the quality of education

Who doesn’t want a TRC?

#745 ( 20-26 February 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
Conflict victims fear the TRC serves only the interests of a state made up of former enemies.

Putting wind in the map

#744 ( 6-12 February 2015 )
Kushal Gurung
Areas of Nepal have wind profiles ideally suited to meet peak electricity demand

In the shadow of death

#744 ( 6-12 February 2015 )
Marty Logan
The suicide rate in Nepal’s most prosperous and literate districts is rising alarmingly

Cracks in the Madhesi front

#744 ( 6-12 February 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
Marred by deep distrust, Madhesi parties look incapable of serving the Maoist interest

Lessons from Belgium

#743 ( 30 Jan-5 Feb 2015 )
Cynthia Choo
Former Belgian Prime Minister gives his take on Nepal’s constitution writing processes

Wombs for rent

#743 ( 30 Jan-5 Feb 2015 )
Binita Dahal
Commercial surrogate motherhood is moving to Nepal because of restrictions in India

A Buddhist Himalaya

#742 ( 23-29 January )
Gregory Sharkey, SJ
A good reading for those interested in Buddhist traditions and the culture of the Himalaya

Antibiotic resistance

#742 ( 23-29 January )
Buddha Basnyat and Hellen Gelband
The growth of an unwelcome guest in Nepal

“Patients are impatient”

#742 ( 23-29 January )
Sonia Awale
Over-commercialisation of medical care and impoverishment spread antibiotic resistance in Nepal

India’s superbug time bomb

#742 ( 23-29 January )
Nayan Chanda
How India tackles the emergent threat of superbugs will affect countries in the neighbourhood, like Nepal
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