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The Kiwi connection

#657 ( 24-30 May 2013 )
Nepal’s best known environmentalists, biologists, and social scientists have a special bond with New Zealand

United by lifelong grief

#657 ( 24-30 May 2013 )
Rameshwor Bohara
For the parents of the victims, the war never ended

No peace after war

#657 ( 24-30 May 2013 )
Kunda Dixit
A former Maoist guerrilla and a health worker write compelling accounts of what they lived through during the conflict

Out on a limb

#656 ( 17-23 May 2013 )
Tsering Dolker and Juanita Malagon
Bitter dispute between a German charity and its Nepali partner threatens sustainable model for patient care

Rising through the cracks

#656 ( 17-23 May 2013 )
Sahina Shrestha
A local organisation in Pokhara is giving disadvantaged women vital life skills and making them self-sufficient

Broom brings boom

#656 ( 17-23 May 2013 )
Naresh Newar
How one remote Nepali village has found the road to harmony and prosperity

One small step against trafficking

#656 ( 17-23 May 2013 )
Dipak Gyawali
Nepal’s largest mosaic in Butwal is part of a drive against child slavery and exploitation

Preying on the predator

#655 ( 10-16 May 2013 )
Priya Joshi
The leopard beaten to death last month wasn’t a casualty of human-animal conflict, it was a casualty of our intolerance and barbaric nature

Doctor who?

#655 ( 10-16 May 2013 )
Bhrikuti Rai
One man’s greed has robbed Humla’s people of accessible and quality healthcare in their district

Mountain fight

#654 ( 3-9 May 2013 )
Kunda Dixit
Everest rage is a result of the clash of two distinct climbing styles in the Himalaya and was bound to happen sooner or later

Speaking for the Sherpas

#654 ( 3-9 May 2013 )
Frances Klatzel
Sherpas are brought up to respect norms and rules in order to protect their environment

Insurance scams hit helicopter rescue

#654 ( 3-9 May 2013 )
Trekking agents and their clients fraud insurance companies, overcharging for genuine rescues

The Seti settles

#654 ( 3-9 May 2013 )
Cindrey Liu
One year after the Seti flood, victims learn to cope

Building for tomorrow

#654 ( 3-9 May 2013 )
Cindrey Liu
Traditional mud and wood buildings can give ‘futuristic architecture’ a whole new meaning

The Kathmandu airlift

#653 ( 26 April-2 May 2013 )
Naresh Newar
Attention turns to preparing Kathmandu airport to receive relief after the next big earthquake

By the fireside

#653 ( 26 April-2 May 2013 )
Kundan Shrestha
A Monday afternoon in the office for Bhusan Dahal involves intercom feeds, power cuts, and Gagan Thapa

Telling each other’s stories

#653 ( 26 April-2 May 2013 )
Nepalis on both sides of the conflict step into each other’s shoes in a unique reconciliation effort

FOR SALE

#652 ( 19-25 April 2013 )
Kunda Dixit
One of the poorest countries in the world has an embassy in the richest street in the world, and plans to sell it off

Seeing green

#652 ( 19-25 April 2013 )
Sulaiman Daud
An illiterate farmer makes an extraordinary journey from a porter to a successful entrepreneur selling organic produce

Red alert

#652 ( 19-25 April 2013 )
Juanita Malagon
Donation drives and social networking bridge the gap in supply of transfusion blood in Nepal
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