Stories Tagged 'Bhaktapur'
In Bhaktapur, time seems to have stopped. The spectre of modernity and gentrification might have pushed other districts to a point of no return but it has left this ancient city untouched—so its labyrinthine streets evince as you take a walk around.
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Locals of Tahusacha in Jagati, Bhaktapur, have agreed to reinstate the abandoned sculpture of a cow after the Post published a news report about the stone statue that historians believe dates back to the ninth-century.
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Locals of Tahusacha in Jagati, Bhaktapur, have agreed to reinstate the abandoned sculpture of a cow after the Post published a news report about the stone statue that historians believe dates back to the ninth-century.
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A stone sculpture of a cow that historians believe dates back to the ninth century has been lying neglected by the road side in Thausacha, Bhaktapur, for the past three years.
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A woman fell to her death in Bhaktapur, on Saturday. Police said Premila Shakya died after falling from the fifth floor of her house in Kamal Binayak.
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Bhawana Dhital, a resident of Nayathimi, Bhaktapur, had yet another difficult summer this year. With the water supply from public pipelines inconsistent and limited, Dhital had to rely on commercial water tankers to meet her eight-member family’s daily needs.
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A head-on collision with a bus killed a motorcyclist and the pillion rider in Bhaktapur on Thursday.
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