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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.

A general’s labyrinth

#718 ( 1 - 7 August 2014 )
Kunda Dixit
Former army chief Rookmangud Katawal tells all in soon to be released memoir

Over-harvesting yarsagumba

#717 ( 25-31 July 2014 )
Bachhu Bk
At the rate the yarsa is being harvested, it could become extinct in the near future.

Himalayan ginseng

#717 ( 25-31 July 2014 )
Bishwo Paudel
Adding value to yarsagumba and regulating it may help Nepal profit more equitably from the trade

The malaise in medical care

#717 ( 25-31 July 2014 )
Shikha Darnal
Major reforms are necessary to improve, decentralise and restructure medical services in Nepal

Nothing but contempt

#716 ( 18-24 July 2014 )
Binita Dahal
Under the new draft bill, it would not be possible to write this column

Commissions of convenience

#716 ( 18-24 July 2014 )
Trishna Rana
“We can’t live as victims forever, we need closure. If the sacrifice of our relatives is recognised it would help the healing process.”

The great Himalayan traverse

#715 ( 11-17 July 2014 )
Matt Miller
Adventure tourists give trekking in Nepal a whole new meaning by doing wilder, longer routes

Not so happily ever after

#715 ( 11-17 July 2014 )
Bhrikuti Rai
The number of Nepali women filing for divorce is rising

Living together

#715 ( 11-17 July 2014 )
Mina Sharma
Women in live-in relationships are even more vulnerable when things go sour

Post-conflict stress syndrome

#715 ( 11-17 July 2014 )
Taylor Caldwell
Psychological scars of conflict on young survivors take longer to heal

Progress on hold

#714 ( 4-10 July 2014 )
Bhrikuti Rai
Acquiring land for large infrastructure projects is deterring investors

It’s all in the mind

#714 ( 4-10 July 2014 )
Matt Miller
Belief in traditional faith healers is still strong in Nepal, and could complement modern medicine
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