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Ground Zero in Kailali

#773 ( 28 Aug - 3 Sep 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
The Tikapur attack was premeditated, but the government set the stage for it to occur

Windfall in Nepal

#773 ( 28 Aug - 3 Sep 2015 )
Kushal Gurung
Industries that switch to wind power protect not just the ecology, but the economy as well

High time to lift ban

#773 ( 28 Aug - 3 Sep 2015 )
Sarthak Mani Sharma
Nepal may need to rethink its 40-year-old law banning the cultivation of cannabis

New opium epicenter

#773 ( 28 Aug - 3 Sep 2015 )
Damodar Bhandari
Farmers in western Nepal are lured to grow opium by Indian middlemen

The most desperate battle in history

#773 ( 28 Aug - 3 Sep 2015 )
David Seddon
This is part seven of the series about the Gurkhas at Gallipoli exactly 100 years ago this month

Better build back

#771 ( 14-20 August 2015 )
Sonia Awale
Nepal’s post-earthquake rehabilitation now hinges on the formation of a credible and independent Reconstruction Authority

The August Offensive

#771 ( 14-20 August 2015 )
David Seddon
This is the fifth in the series on the experiences of the Gurkhas at Gallipoli exactly 100 years ago in August 1915.

2,000 widows

#771 ( 14-20 August 2015 )
Rojita Adhikari
Women who lost their husbands in the earthquake suffer bereavement and a lonely struggle for survival

Trust no one

#771 ( 14-20 August 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
What do Nepalis think about parties, leaders, federalism and secularism?

None of the above

#771 ( 14-20 August 2015 )
Kunda Dixit
Nepalis don’t trust the present crop of leaders, but this is an opportunity for fresh new faces to win public support through performance.

It's governance, stupid

#771 ( 14-20 August 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
The parties are obsessed with politics, but people care more about inflation, joblessness and corruption

Mother’s name

#771 ( 14-20 August 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
Widespread coverage of protests in favour of citizenship in the name of mothers seems to have had an impact on public opinion.

U r welcome, wanna cu ASAP 4 a drink

#770 ( 7-13 August 2015 )
Sarthak Mani Sharma
Textbooks in Nepal’s schools aren’t just outdated, they are outrageously bad

Twist in the tale

#770 ( 7-13 August 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
Top leaders inched closer to a fresh deal on demarcating federal provinces, but a last-minute hitch stalled negotiations

Same old story

#770 ( 7-13 August 2015 )
Binita Dahal
The deadly Jure landslide last year presaged the earthquake as well as its delayed rehabilitation

Mothers and babies

#770 ( 7-13 August 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
Relief agencies move out, but the need for maternal and child care is greater than ever in quake-hit areas

Building back Bungamati

#770 ( 7-13 August 2015 )
Om Astha Rai
Historic town struggles to rebuild and overcome a shortage of masons

Monsoon mélange

#770 ( 7-13 August 2015 )
Sonia Awale
100 days after the 25 April earthquake, the ancient city of Patan has pulled itself together

Jump-starting the economy

#769 ( 31 July - 6 Aug 2015 )
Sarthak Mani Sharma
... but strong leadership and an independent Reconstruction Authority needed first

Ruin in the rain

#769 ( 31 July - 6 Aug 2015 )
Sahina Shrestha
Quake survivors hunker down amidst confusion about rebuilding grants
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