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Nepal’s highways of death

#666 ( 26 July-1 August 2013 )
Sunir Pandey

Bhaktapur’s Mithila influence

#665 ( 19-25 July 2013 )
Bhaskar Koirala
The invasion of Simraongarh by Gheyas-ud-din Tughlaq in 1352 had a far-reaching impact on Kathmandu Valley

Have Nepalis forgotten Dharmaraj Thapa?

#665 ( 19-25 July 2013 )
Sunir Pandey


#664 ( 12-18 July 2013 )
Sunir Pandey
Kathmandu’s airport taxis look like museum pieces ... finally they are going to be replaced by newer cars

When war becomes a memory

#664 ( 12-18 July 2013 )
Amir Joshi
Comrades who fought alongside each other have charted out different futures for themselves

Wounds that haven’t healed

#664 ( 12-18 July 2013 )
Toofan Neupane
Thousands of women across Nepal are still seeking justice for war time rape

Switching on

#663 ( 5-11 July 2013 )
Sunir Pandey
Kathmandu’s first electric crematorium will reduce funeral costs, but will have to overcome cultural sensitivities

Road from nowhere to nowhere

#663 ( 5-11 July 2013 )
Sonam Lama
When greed drives roads, it can destroy the economy, culture and environment of fragile and remote valleys like Tsum

Making inroads

#663 ( 5-11 July 2013 )
Pranab Man Singh
New roads are changing the economy of previously inaccessible districts of eastern Nepal

Sliver lining in the Nepal sky

#662 ( 28 June-4 July 2013 )
Hardik Gurung
Nepal Airlines is finally breaking from its past with its Airbus order, but must reform management by the time the jets arrive in 2015

Streets on the crossroads

#662 ( 28 June-4 July 2013 )
Sunir Pandey
It’s official: widening Kathmandu’s roads is not the solution to traffic management

Wider roads, heavier traffic

#662 ( 28 June-4 July 2013 )
When the solution lies in better public transport, walking, and biking paths

True reconciliation

#661 ( 21-27 June 2013 )
George Varughese and Tamar Luster
Setting up a Truth and Reconciliation Commission will not by itself ensure truth or reconciliation

Closed minds and shutdowns

#661 ( 21-27 June 2013 )
Dhana Hamal
Politicians think they can punish the people and still get their support

Women in charge

#661 ( 21-27 June 2013 )
Hari Devi Rokaya
Despite the challenges, women broadcasters are making their presence felt on the airwaves

Close to the edge

#660 ( 14-20 June 2013 )
Sunir Pandey
In a remote corner of eastern Nepal, villagers log timber to barter for food from Tibet

Holding up half the district

#660 ( 14-20 June 2013 )
Kunda Dixit
If the rest of the country was like Bhageswor, Nepal wouldn’t be a least developed country anymore

Crowdfund globally, act locally

#660 ( 14-20 June 2013 )
A hospital in one of Nepal’s poorest districts that has provided better medical care than hospitals in the capital

Free-for-all healthcare

#660 ( 14-20 June 2013 )
Duncan Maru and Roshan Bista
Equitable, just, and quality healthcare is never free, it requires state investment

Silly season on Sagarmatha

#659 ( 7-13 June 2013 )
Billi Bierling
The world’s highest peak gets record numbers of climbers, and some bad press
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