Stories By 'Astha Joshi'
The Sorakhutte Paati, according to historical records, was built by the children of Kazi Damodar Pande,” recounts Rahendra Pradhan, 58, a local resident of Thamel.
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For Ganga Rokka, a 32-year-old Safa Tempo operator, the three-wheeled electric public vehicles have come as a blessing in many ways. Not only does plying on the Ratanapark-Teku-Chaunni-Sitapaila route enable her to rake in supplemental income to a business she owns and operates,
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If you set out to explore the cobbled-stone lanes of the traditional old quarters of the Kathmandu Valley, the lanes always lead you to a square-shaped courtyard, with a temple dedicated to one of the many deities, and almost always, a water conduit.
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With interest among the youth peaking, and students who dabbled in the sport abroad returning, it might not be too far-fetched to imagine skiing as a viable sport and business in Nepal
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Change is not an intuitive process but a continuous one where you have to learn to adapt and adjust to the small space that has been given to you
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