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Nation
Mount Everest often gets bad press for commercialisation and the lack of morality of its climbers. However, Nepali Times mountaineering correspondent and climber, Billi Bierling, saw a different side on the way to the summit this spring.

A rare policeman in a far-flung district tries to do good
KUNDA DIXIT in ARGHAKHANCHI

Biratnagar braves floods, crime and power cuts to keep on going

KONG YEN LIN in ACHHAM


If you are tired of Kathmandu's seedy airport, wait it out on the upper deck

BIZ BRIEF

Constitution Supplement

Interview
After completing his MBA in Sydney in 2001, Roshan Bahadur Thapa returned to Nepal to start the South Asia School of Tourism and Hotel Management (SASTHM) in Biratnagar. Thapa was warned that Biratnagar was not a tourist-friendly city but eight years later, he says he made the right choice. Extracts of interview:

 
EDITORIAL

COLUMNS
Strictly Business
by ASHUTOSH TIWARI
Threatening move

Plain Speaking
by PRASHANT JHA
Squeeze the middle

Backside
by ASS
A psychedelic Prithbi Narayan

State Of The State
by CK LAL
Mutually assured demolition

Critical Cinema
by A. ANGELO D'SILVA
Worlds apart


FROM THE NEPALI PRESS


 
SPECIAL

Travel Nepal

Madesh Special



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