Stories By 'Anup Ojha'
Garbage collection has been disrupted in Kathmandu Valley due to incessant rainfall and damage to roads leading to Okharpauwa, Kathmandu Metropolitan City officials have said.
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Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has directed the Melamchi Water Supply Project (MWSP) to carry out the construction works without worrying about financial constraints.
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Last summer, Durge Kami became an overnight internet sensation. As a 69-year-old high-schooler enrolled in the tenth grade with students the age of his grandchildren, Kami’s story had all the right ingredients for a viral hit—he was born into poverty; faced marginalisation throughout his life; lived alone in a house without electricity; walked three hours to school and back each day; and he doggedly refused to give up on his dream.
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Badri Gauli had only two-and-a -half aanas of land in Kathmandu he could call his own, but he always knew he wanted to build an orchard on it.
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Over 500 monks on Tuesday marched on the Capital streets to protest the delay in reconstruction monasteries destroyed by the 2015 earthquake.
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As Kunji Tamang was breast feeding her three-month-old baby on Saturday morning, a loud cracking sound broke the tranquillity of the squatter settlement in Banshi Ghat, Tripureshwor.
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