Stories By 'Abijeet Pant'
Dangling wires, dusty air, mismanagement, and traffic congestion—these are the first few special elements that welcome the tourists to Kathmandu.
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Commuting on public vehicles in Kathmandu is no less than a brutal triathlon.
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As I roughly count the number of road accident casualties in the past month, it is alarming how quickly the toll adds up to 50. October was a deadly month to be driving on Nepal’s ‘highways’.
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On a balmy February afternoon, employees at Sneha’s Care—an animal rescue centre based out of Chobhar—stumbled upon one of the most grisly sights they had witnessed in their careers:
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I was five when I planted my first tree. It was a peach sapling that my dad had brought home from one of his field trips. He was an agriculturist who often set off on his visits to villages, farms and protected areas.
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Sujan Khadgi spends much of his day in a miniature world. A loupe over his right eye and a pair of tweezers clutched between his fingers, today Khadgi is busy trying to fix a mechanical watch he has been working on since the morning.
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