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Headline
The Maoists are making their presence felt in the capital with street patrols
ALOK TUMBAHANGPHEY

Nation
Kul Chandra Gautam returns to his village for a long-overdue visit
NARESH NEWAR in BUTWAL

Women are often excluded from post-conflict plans in ways big and small
MARTY LOGAN

Rural electrification works best when managed by local communities
MALLIKA ARYAL in MUGLING

Photo feature by Fr?d?ric Lecloux

Nepali Society

Music
As the final strains fade away, glimpses of Surya Classic Jazzmandu 2006

Leisure
Openness means more and better documentaries
MALLIKA ARYAL

Modern technology might just be what helps the Rautes keep their old ways
ALOK TUMBAHANGPHEY

Review
A Lhasa Newar family memoir documents the rise of two remarkable individuals
MARK TURIN

Interview
Ellen Sauerbrey, US Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration spoke with Navin Singh Khadka of the BBC Nepali service about the American resettlement offer.

 
EDITORIAL

COLUMNS
Nepalipan
by PRABIN GAUTAM
Commune concerns

Backside
by ASS
Dynamite between two boulders

State Of The State
by CK LAL
Minding business

Economic Sense
by ARTHA BEED
Go Grameen

LETTERS

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