Stories Tagged 'Kathmandu'
Along with the ring road, the public buses will also go up to Dhulikhel and Thankot
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Police have arrested a suspect and are searching for a second one after they allegedly robbed a man by pretending to be police officers in the Capital last week.
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Among the five individuals, the leader Tsering Tamang, aka Kaka, was arrested from Makalbari, Kathmandu, on Friday after getting hit by two bullets on his leg.
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In the beginning, Krishna only made 10-12 loaves of bread a day with the help of two others. Each loaf cost 50 paisa, but white bread was new to the city and it wasn’t very popular. People preferred traditional breads like roti, swari and puri, not this foreign-style bread.
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Kathmandu moulds you into someone who easily adjusts. You learn to adjust inside public vehicles. You learn to adjust while waiting to receive your license. You learn to not raise your voice when you are stopped for countless hours for some VIP. You learn to spill your dissatisfaction with friends over a three-hundred-rupee latte in an air-conditioned café. You learn to leave these conversations with even more disillusionment than when you entered.
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Street art, however, has a more visual bent and has been embraced in the form of commissioned murals on embassy, business or NGO walls around the Valley, mostly speaking to activism and ideas rather than the scathing social commentary that graffiti is often known for.
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