Stories By 'Sanjog Manandhar'
A new alliance of taxi drivers in Kathmandu Valley wants to set a fixed rate for routes under three kilometres. Government officials say they haven’t given the demand any thought.
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Sangita Magar's life was changed forever after she was attacked with acid three years ago. Since then, she has been speaking up against violence against women and raising her voice to support survivors.
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Indra Jatra, known as the biggest festival of the Kathmandu Valley, formally began on Friday with the erection of a wooden ceremonial pole (lingo) and the fluttering of a flag named after the Hindu God Indra at Hanumandhoka.
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People from Newar community celebrated the Bhimsen Jatra festival with fervour on Tuesday.
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Kathmandu is so many things all at once. As a concrete dustbowl hemmed in by green hills, the city is a confluence of the old and the new, the privileged and the disenfranchised, the inanimate and the dynamic.
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The newly-launched Food Truck in Gairidhara is all the rage among Kathmandu’s younger crowd, and for good reason—with three minibuses remodelled as colourful food trucks, the eatery offers a dining experience like no other.
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