Stories By 'Jitendra Sah'
It’s scorching outside, but the heat does not bother farmers of Harinagara Rural Municipality in the eastern Nepali district of Sunsari who are out in the fields to tend the cauliflowers they have planted.
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The decision of three political parties to form a leftist alliance ahead of the upcoming federal and provincial elections has sent ripples to the grassroots level.
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The recent decision by leftist political parties to forge alliance ahead of the upcoming elections of Federal Parliament and Provincial Assembly has created waves in grassroots level.
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Normal life in and around Katahari Village of Biratnagar has been gradually limping back to normalcy, two weeks after the colossal floods battered the settlements.
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Banda, strikes, protests, chakka jam? “No. That’s not a solution,” say locals of Kosiharaicha in Morang district.
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Shortage of 100-rupee Indian currency (IC) notes—triggered by the Indian government’s decision to pull 500- and 1,000-rupee banknotes out of circulation—has hit markets on both sides of Nepal-India border.
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