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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

How not to make a documentary

#741 ( 16-22 January 2015 )
David N Gellner
'Manakamana' seems insulting both to the viewers and to the performers

This is what we think

#741 ( 16-22 January 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
Summary of the results of the Himalmedia Public Opinion Survey 2015

Spanner in the works

#740 ( 9-15 January 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
UML-Madhesi dispute adds new uncertainty to constitution negotiations

Mirage of prosperity

#740 ( 9-15 January 2015 )
Bishal Thapa
Nepal would be silly not to hitch her hydropower potential to the Indian grid, but conditions apply

The Chinese are coming

#739 ( 2-8 January 2015 )
Claire Li Yingxue
...but a lot more tourists from China would visit if there was more information about Nepal online in Mandarin

Back to Everest in 2015

#739 ( 2-8 January 2015 )
A blaze of publicity for the Himalaya in 2015 is expected to give a boost to Nepal’s trekking tourism

A kidney has no gender

#738 ( 26 Dec 2014 -1 Jan 2015 )
Binita Dahal
But transplants are heavily skewed in favour of men

Forgotten fighters

#738 ( 26 Dec 2014 -1 Jan 2015 )
Deepak Adhikari
Two women guerrillas who survived the war, struggle to survive the peace

Walking the talk

#737 ( 19-25 December 2014 )
Guna Raj Luitel
Ram Shrestha proves it is possible to provide affordable, quality health care and education to Nepalis

Homes for the homeless

#736 ( 12-18 December 2014 )
Ann Martin

Brecht: Tribute to the guru

#736 ( 12-18 December 2014 )
Kanak Mani Dixit
Studio 7's The Three Paise Opera is an adaptation of the German play The ThreePenny Opera

Revisiting peacekeeping

#736 ( 12-18 December 2014 )
Lyndal Rowlands
José Ramos-Horta's priority is to find ways to better integrate the two arms of U.N. Peace Operations

Needed: political will for public transport

#736 ( 12-18 December 2014 )
Elvin L Shrestha
Plans are afoot to modernise and streamline Kathmandu’s disorderly urban transportation system

Rescuing Kathmandu from its future

#736 ( 12-18 December 2014 )
Kunda Dixit
“An advanced city is not where the poor use cars, it’s where even the rich move around in public buses”
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