Stories Tagged 'Kathmandu valley'
The Kathmandu Valley has been witnessing rainfall almost every day, forcing the people to commute through waterlogged streets, and wear warm clothes due to the plunge in temperature.
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The government decision to set up foreign employment offices in three new places outside Kathmandu Valley will not ease pressure on the central office, say some foreign employment experts.
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When the winter morning first opens its laden eyes, when the first light of day appears at the horizon, most of us are at the peak of our dreams, or sleepily turning off our alarm clocks. But a small segment of the city is already awake, preparing for the onslaught of the day. At 5 am, there is a chance to experience the in-between world. It is neither day nor night. The city is moving, but not bustling with life. Nor is it quiet like in the dead of night.
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20 years ago, there were less than 20 houses in Anamnagar,” my mother told me of the time she moved into our neighbourhood, “It was possible to know everybody in the area, along with their extended families.”
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Let’s imagine Kathmandu Valley as a vast agricultural land with a few clustered towns like the days of yore. How much would this Valley that is blessed with enviably fertile soil have produced if it were not the concrete jungle that it is today? Enough, you would think, to easily feed itself and even those beyond.
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The minimum temperature of Kathmandu Valley decreased to 2.3 degrees Celsius on Sunday, from 3.3 degrees Celsius the previous day.
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