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Best years of their lives

#859 ( 19-25 May 2017 )
Kunda Dixit
Photo book about Bangladeshi migrant workers in Malaysia could very well have been about Nepalis there

Helping migrants make the grade

#859 ( 19-25 May 2017 )
Shreejana Shrestha
A country that sends half a million workers abroad yearly prepares to certify vocational education

Hate is not a Nepali value

#858 ( 12-18 May 2017 )
The Laramie Project returns to Kathmandu with stories from Nepal

Sixth sense success

#857 ( 5-11 May 2017 )
Smriti Basnet
20 years and 2 brands later, businessman Pradip Man Shakya is still going strong

Crumbling history

#857 ( 5-11 May 2017 )
Sahina Shrestha
The quake-damaged Nuwakot Darbar is unlikely to survive another monsoon if it is not protected

All together now

#856 ( 28 April - 4 May 2017 )
Sashi Shrestha
Milijuli Nepali has been sharing stories of hope and survival from villages affected by the 2015 earthquake

Being fulfilled

#856 ( 28 April - 4 May 2017 )
Smriti Basnet
The Dhaba festival at Soaltee Crowne Plaza, Kathmandu caters to all taste

Back at the epicenter

#855 ( 21-27 April 2017 )
Shankar Dahal
After two years, for the first time, there is hope for the future in Barpak

Small is sophisticated

#855 ( 21-27 April 2017 )
Smriti Basnet
The latest fad in tourism in Nepal is the boutique hotel

Righting reconstruction gone wrong

#855 ( 21-27 April 2017 )
Alok Tuladhar
Kathmandu’s youth have taken the lead in lobbying for more sensitive restoration of heritage sites destroyed in the 2015 earthquake

"Kathmandu won’t let go of me"

#854 ( 14-20 April 2017 )
Nepali Times caught up with Nepal’s most accomplished English language novelist this week to ask about his evolution as a writer

Horror story for a climate calamity

#854 ( 14-20 April 2017 )
Kunda Dixit
Where is the fiction about the facts of global warming, asks Amitav Ghosh

An illustrated history of the Chitrakars

#854 ( 14-20 April 2017 )
Sahina Shrestha
New book commemorates the legacy of generations of Kathmandu’s hereditary artists

Literature and latté

#854 ( 14-20 April 2017 )
Clara Bullock
Cafés in Kathmandu are no longer merely places to drink coffee

Thamel Tales

#854 ( 14-20 April 2017 )
Smriti Basnet
Interspersed with accounts of real people – a recovering junkie, a band member, a sex worker, a nonagenerian shopkeeper – Thapa lays Thamel’s soul bare

Ministry of Alternative facts

#854 ( 14-20 April 2017 )
Sonia Awale
The way media is threatened and manipulated in Washington press conferences these days is eerily familiar to Miniluv

Racing through the Himal

#853 ( 7-13 April 2017 )
Around 40 athletes will race 1,400 km through the entire Nepali Himalaya

A craving for carving

#853 ( 7-13 April 2017 )
Anushka Tuladhar
Artisan father and son carry on the ancestral occupation of woodworking

Tap and tour

#853 ( 7-13 April 2017 )
Clara Bullock
Bhuntu is a smart phone app that explains Nepal’s culture from the perspective of locals

Exposure to expression

#853 ( 7-13 April 2017 )
Photo stories from youngsters in Sipapokhari, Sindhupalchok of themselves, their families and communities after the earthquake
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