Stories By 'SOPHIA K TAMOT'
The world’s youngest federal democratic republic with a brand new constitution now has a brand new prime minister, despite the disappointment of a few. For the past seven years, it was the making of the constitution that had dominated the country’s agenda.
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It was a big relief to read on Sunday morning that the government had managed to convince Dr Govinda KC to break his sixth fast-unto-death strike.
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One undisputable feature the earthquake tragedy has unleashed is human benevolence.
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In the aftermath of the April 25 quake, while the earth underneath was continuously moving and the nation
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The only runway at the Tribhuvan International Airport.
Month after month, week after week and almost everyday, our international airport resembles a terribly crowded, dirty, noisy, and poorly managed bus station.
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The gusto with which Kathmandu rose to the challenge of making itself presentable in the run-up to the Saarc Summit went down just as quickly once it was time for the dignitaries to leave.
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