Stories By 'ITISHA GIRI'
In 2012, Ujjwala Maharjan was working as a features writer for The Week, a weekend supplement of the Republica newspaper, when she was assigned to interview Keshav Sthapit, the former Kathmandu mayor who had built a strong reputation for getting things done, barging into alleys and streets with bulldozers.
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Despite the decades that stand between us, I have come to understand that our present is no different from your past. Your poems stand tall like infallible prophecies.
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In Prawin Adhikari’s debut collection of short stories, a distinct sense of place interlinks the characters and their voices.
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How wonderful would it be if we could each have an empty street to ourselves at night—somewhere to walk on, hop on, tiptoe on, whatever we please, and be alone with our thoughts
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