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Return to the peaks: After disasters, Nepal hopes to bring back climbers - Hindustan Times

Hindustan Times
Seen from a distance, through the big glass windows of the Himalayan Java Coffee, a popular café chain in Nepal, it could have looked like a festive gathering. Only the ruins of Durbar Square, the pamphlets motivating people to rebuild their heritage ...
Avalanche warnings for Everest as climbing season gets underwayTelegraph.co.uk
Cheap labour hurting Nepal's mountaineering businessThe Daily Star

'Recognise work in informal sector' - Kathmandu Post

Kathmandu Post
Around 150 women from Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Pokhara, Biratnagar, Saptari, Sunsari, Jhapa and Siraha, who attended the conference, shared their plight explaining lack of identity card, unfixed working hours and social stigma, among other problems.

Pollution taking toll on health of Valley denizens - Kathmandu Post

Kathmandu Post
The concentration of harmful air pollutants, particularly dust particles with potential to enter deep into the lungs is found to be significantly high in Kathmandu, with construction works and road expansion drive at different parts of the Valley ...

Kya Mumbai, Kya Karachi - Kathmandu Post

Kathmandu Post
Our last night in Pokhara was a cultural night. After the host country Nepal's presentation, Pakistan's delegation started with the national anthem and later performed two popular songs which rocked the floor. We started with 'Laal Mere' by Rouna Laila ...

You are wrong Shyam Saran! - Kathmandu Post

Kathmandu Post
Kodari highway, which is in use since half a century, links Kathmandu with China. The still under-construction Syafrubesi road links Tibet's Kerung with Galchhi along the Kathmandu-Pokhara highway (which was also built by the Chinese some 45 years ago).

Greg Jaklewicz: Nepal visitors recount horrors of earthquake, joys of global assistance - ReporterNews.com

ReporterNews.com
Madan and his wife Sophia are visiting from Nepal to express their gratitude to those involved with helped Global Samaritan provide prayers, water, food and shelter to those devastated by the earthquake in Nepal that happened one year ago.

Young girls trapped in Kathmandu's seedy dark side - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nz
Kathmandu is a big city. These girls don't know about the city's dark side or the many forbidden paths it contains. I feel lonely all the time. My life feels like a bad dream and I just want to go home. I feel worthless and like there is no hope in the ...

Nepal's Earthquake Recovery Remains in Disarray a Year Later - New York Times

New York Times
SANKHU, Nepal — As the anniversary of Nepal's devastating earthquake came and went last week, Tilakmananda Bajracharya peered up at the mountainside temple his family has tended for 13 generations, wondering how long it would remain upright.

Asia Pacific|Nepal's Earthquake Recovery Remains in Disarray a Year Later - New York Times

New York Times
SANKHU, Nepal — As the anniversary of Nepal's devastating earthquake came and went last week, Tilakmananda Bajracharya peered up at the mountainside temple his family has tended for 13 generations, wondering how long it would remain upright.

Nepal’s Earthquake Recovery Remains in Disarray a Year Later

The government, hampered by red tape and political turmoil, is unable to take full advantage of $4.1 billion in aid, and some donors are growing restless.