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Mustang's migrating students
As students flee Mustang's harsh winter, their schools struggle to survive

'Palazzos decorated with pilasters'

A heritage conservationist takes a dispassionate, but pained, look at Kathmandu's hideous urbanisation

Polls apart
Nepal should return the favour and help the United States reform its electoral process

Our Gurkhas
Singaporean photographer gives Gurkha veterans a place in the history of Singapore and Nepal

Food for thought this Dasain
More than 80 per cent of people in parts of Nepal do not have enough to eat

Multiple resistance
Misuse of over-the-counter antibiotics is leading to increased drug resistance among Nepalis

The foreign finger
SD Muni's revelations completely undercut the foundations on which all the other chapters premise their analysis in Nepal in Transition

Food for thought this Dasain, New!
More than 80 per cent of people in parts of Nepal do not have enough to eat

Job seekers to job makers
Social Bazar gives small-scale entrepreneurs the chance to take off

Outsourcing peace
The army is keen to improve its public relations and wants to project its role as an international peacekeeping force with a good record overseas

Pedalling to prosperity
Cycles have been empowering Nepalis and making them financially independent long before urban residents took to the two-wheelers as a hobby

Disastrous disaster management
Post-accident crisis management is almost non-existent in Nepal

Nepal by air
International airlines see big potential for growth in Kathmandu traffic

A dangerous precedence
The state's refusal to accept an OHCHR report detailing war crimes will hurt the peace and reconciliation process

Insult to injury
The lifelong pension scheme for war victims and ex-combatants has turned into a scam

Preserving the social fabric
Artist weaves designer carpets in Nepal and sells them in Australia to create jobs and fund education in Nepal

Giving up on grannies
As Nepal's population ages, thousands of elderly Nepalis find themselves orphaned

Vanishing public services
Post boxes, trolley buses, ropeways have all faded from the landscape of Kathmandu's memory

Taking nature back to people
Six years after Nepal's top conservationists were killed in a helicopter crash, communities work to conserve their legacy

Huddled masses yearning to rejoin families
After being separated from their homeland 20 years ago, many Bhutanese refugees resettled in the West are now separated from their families


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(21 SEPT 2012 - 27 SEPT 2012)


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