Retelling Gurkha history

Paying artistic homage to the lives of wives Nepalis left behind when they went to war

Pinki Sris Rana

Loss and Damage as a Common Climate Cause

Countries like Bangladesh are not as critical of the UAE hosting COP28, hoping it will fund compensation when the West has fallen short

Naveeda Khan in Baltimore

Axiata may find breaking up hard to do

Malaysian conglomerate likely to be tied down in court battle with Nepal government over its stake sale in Ncell

Ramesh Kumar

Ex-soldier dives into business and politics

Diving champion, hotelier, politician, climate activist and grandfather, Captain Poon is back on Poon Hill

Aïsha MacDougall in Kaski

Fossil fuels poison air

Rights group says COP28 should address air pollution, abuses

Warm my hands

The feeling is packed with familiarity and yet it is alarming with someone’s elbow going over her face, some crotch pressed to her side and someone’s garlic breath upon her hair.

Pratibha Tuladhar

Not just 16 days against gender-based violence

Present campaign must yield concrete steps from Nepal’s legislature, judiciary and executive to strengthen domestic violence law

Aastha Dahal

Hibernating students of the Himalaya

Children from Mustang move down to the warmer climate of Pokhara during the harsh winter of the trans-Himalaya

Durga Rana Magar in Pokhara

The Subcontinent's original people live on in Nepal

Tracing the origin and influence of Nepal's Uranw people who speak the country's only Dravidian language

Sewa Bhattarai