Stories By 'Dipti Sherchan'
They say I have become a woman, a state-less woman, an invisible woman, a second class citizen, a third class existence, a blob of some sort gliding through public
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I get into the safa tempo all sweaty and covered in the valley dust. There is room for only two. I sit opposite a woman in a yellow kurta suruwal trying to cover
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You have been the busiest month this year—although it is only halfway through, I can sense my muscles giving way to the pressure.
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As I sit down to write this, my 90-something grandmother, who has come to Kathmandu, for her usual six- month break
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When the Great Quake hit Nepal on April 25, no one could have imagined the number of citizen-driven initiatives
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She sent me an email with an attachment. It was a photograph of a mother and her baby—she was holding a bowl of milk and the curve of the bowl
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