Editorial

Tower of Kathmandu

It looks like the reconstruction of Dharahara is finally set to begin

Oct 23 2018

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Wounded but undeterred

While some Afghans turn to radicalism and die for religion, some have chosen to risk their lives for democracy. The Afghan parliamentary election that was initially slated for 2015 happened three years late last week.

Oct 22 2018

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Dashain of change

Nepal’s largest festival adapts to a changing Kathmandu

Oct 17 2018

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Inept consultants

Action should be taken against highly paid experts if they goof up

Oct 16 2018

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Risky travelling

Dashain has begun. Every year around this time, nearly 3 million people stream out of the Kathmandu Valley to their home districts to celebrate the festival with their loved ones.

Oct 15 2018

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Out of the shadow

Investing in mental health is the need of the hour

Oct 12 2018

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What a sham(e)

The unnecessary by-elections make a mockery of the election process

Oct 11 2018

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Treat the press equally

Discrimination between state and private media will harm democracy

Oct 10 2018

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Breaking my art

An exhibition shows the injustice and violence of the Maoist insurgency

Oct 09 2018

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Breaking the silence

It’s only a matter of time before Kathmandu picks up the #MeToo baton

Oct 08 2018

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Breaking the silence

It’s only a matter of time before Kathmandu picks up the #MeToo baton.

Oct 07 2018

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