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Live Performance by Atif Aslam, the famous Pakistani pop singer will be performing for the first time in Nepal. 3 March, 5:00 pm onwards, Jawlakhel football ground.

Summer Utsav, charity event to support children. 3 March, 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Lorry's Restaurant and Bar, Jhamsikhel

All Women Scooty Rally, join the rally to celebrate womanhood and girl power. 8 March, 8:00 am, Starting from Basantapur

Lecture Series LII, a talk by Todd Lewis and Subarna Man Tuladhar onChittadhar Hridaya's Sugata Saurabha. 6 March, 4:30 pm, Yala Maya Kendra, Patan

Music

Live music by SIGN band every week except Tuesdays and Wednesdays. 7:30 pm onwards, Corner Bar, Radisson Hotel, Lazimpat. Call 4411818

Kutumba Playing for Heritage II, Kutmba will be travelling across Nepal to generate awareness on the preservation and protection of local heritage till 15 April

Baja Gaja, playing live every Tuesday 7: 30pm onwards at Mosksh, Pulchowk. Call 5526212

Live music at Jazzabella Café. Every Wednesday and Friday 6pm onwards, Jazzabella café, Jhamsikhel, Patan. Call 2114075

Metal Suffocation II, bringing together all the metal heads of Kathmandu featuring bands like And we came, Infected, Deadwishes, Shadow in shade and many more.10 March, 1:00 pm onwards, Neon pub, Thamel. Call Suman Shrestha at 9841558087

Dining

New Orleans, offers a wide variety of western dishes that are scrumptious yet healthy. Get hooked on the rosemary chicken and hamburgers. Jhamsikhel, 5522708.

1905 Restaurant, feast on roasted delights within this converted aristocratic residence. Walled ambience and green surroundings make it an oasis within the city, Kantipath, 4215068

Bu keba, the organic restaurant in town, offers continental and Indian food along with chef's originals. Sanepa

Cosmopolitan Café, located in the heart of Basantapur, this cozy café offers arguably the best chicken sizzler in town. Basantapur (along Kathmandu Darbar Square), 4225246

Alfresco, for homemade pastas and other lip-smacking delights. Soaltee Crowne Plaza, 4273999

Irish Pub, for the simple reason that the place actually feels like a bar. Don't miss out on their Irish coffee. Lazimpat, Ananda Bhawan, 4416027

Dhaba, for an excellent range of North Indian delicacies, try their unbeatable Kashmiri Gosh. Thapathali

OR2K, one of the few vegetarian restaurants in the Valley, their Middle Eastern platter is delicious and their cocktails are simply amazing. Mandala Street, Thamel, 4422097

Milk Coffee n Cocktail Cafe, coffee house during the day and a cozy lounge serving cocktails at night, try its yarchagumba and molecular cocktails. Woodland Complex, Durbar Marg

Yin Yang Restaurant, east meets west as you choose from a variety of Thai and continental dishes. Add a little spice in your life with its pad thai or green curry. If you can't handle the heat, fall into the safety net of western dishes. Thamel, 10am to 10pm, 4701510

Cafe Hessed, for those with a sweet tooth, the cafe offers a delicious range of cupcakes and doughnuts. Jhamsikhel

Mike's Breakfast, huge breakfasts and a never-ending supply of coffee amidst a lush garden setting characterise this café, popular among tourists and locals alike. Naxal, 4424303

Hankook Sarang, from Bibimbab to Samgyeopsal, Hankook offers a wide range of Korean delicacies at affordable prices. Thamel

Jazoo, a quiet place ideal for beer and relaxing conversation. Bring a friend and enjoy the special barbeque set for a mix of everything. Jawalakhel (near the zoo), 5538321

The Factory, a trendy restobar for a refreshing stopover in the chaos that is Thamel. Great food and drinks, with zesty music. Don't miss out on the cheesecake, it's a must. Mandala Street, Thamel

Singma Food Court, for the best Singaporean and Malaysian cuisine in town. Pulchok, 5009092 and Bhatbhateni, 4411078,

Vesper Café, has quaint outdoor patio good for leisurely weekend brunch. Serves good salads, and steak-wraps. Jhamsikhel

Bronco Billy, a new restaurant in town offering Tex-Mex and Indian dishes. They make their own corn tortillas, which gets a big thumbs-up. Pulchok, opposite Namaste Supermarket

Getaways

Fulbari Resort, enjoy the scenic view as you pamper yourself with tennis, golf, drinks and dinners. Rs 6500 per person for 2 nights and 3 days. Call 4461918, 4462248

The Borderlands Eco Adventure Resorts, raft in the mighty Bhote Kosi, try a canyon descent, or an off-the-beaten trek to a hidden monastery. Call 4700894

Holiday at Grand Norling Hotel, Gokarna. One night and two days at Rs 4500and two nights and three days at Rs 7000. Call 447948

The Last Resort, be a part of the Bungy or Swing Jump Event over the Bhote Khosi river 160 metres below or mountain bike up to the Tibetan border. The Last Resort Sales Office, Mandala Street, Thamel, 4700525


Day 40

The Climate Smart Trek led by Apa Sherpa arrived at Barhabise, Sindhupalchowk today, completing 530km (40 days) of its 1700km long trek (120 days) on the Great Himalaya Trail (GHT) to raise awareness on 'Climate Change in the Himalayas', and to promote the development of the GHT to build the climate resilience in Nepal's most vulnerable communities.

On the occasion Apa Sherpa said, "I have a message for my fellow Nepalis. Climate Change destroyed most of my property back in the Dig Tsho Glacial Lake outburst of 1985. I successfully climbed Mt Everest for the first time in 1990, and since then I have scaled it 21 times in 21 years. Tourism gave me back my life." The pro-poor sustainable development GHT project aims to address the impacts of Climate Change in the Himalayas.

The core GHT-CSCT team which includes Apa Sherpa (21 times Mt. Everest summiteer), Dawa Steven Sherpa (Mountaineer and Climate ambassador), Saurav Dhakal (British Council International Climate Champion and Journalist) and Samir Jung Thapa (photographer) began its journey on 15 January 2012.

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LATEST ISSUE
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(11 JAN 2013 - 17 JAN 2013)


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