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Cutting the lifeline

#868 ( 21-27 July 2017 )
Kate Ryan
‘Protecting life’ under the Trump administration in the US will put more Nepali women's lives on the line

The Road to a Safer Kathmandu

#867 ( 14-20 July 2017 )
Kate Ryan
A unique project to augment Nepal’s fire-fighting capacity, while boosting tourism

Art in a virtual world

#866 ( 7-13 July 2017 )
Sahina Shrestha
Self-taught digital artist Ashim Shakya received a lot of attention on social media after the earthquake and blockade for his surrealistic digital images

Nepalis caring for Israel

#866 ( 7-13 July 2017 )
Tsering Dolker Gurung
There are about 10,000 Nepali women taking care of elderly Israelis

The Road to a Safer Kathmandu

#866 ( 7-13 July 2017 )
Kate Ryan
A unique project to augment Nepal’s lacking fire-fighting capacity, while boosting tourism

Bouncing back

#865 ( 30 June - 6 July 2017 )
Shreejana Shrestha
Polio crippled their limbs, but not their will

On location with Kesang Tseten

#865 ( 30 June - 6 July 2017 )
Kate Ryan
Capturing a village over an entire year to create a 60-minute film is just that: minute details that evoke something larger about that community

Remembering what we've lost

#865 ( 30 June - 6 July 2017 )
Kumar Acharya
An invaluable resource for anyone interested in the architectural and urban history of Nepal's capital

Education in her blood

#864 ( 23-29 June 2017 )
Sean Shoemaker
Nepali becomes first female South Asian dean at a university in the United States

Not catching them young

#863 ( 16-22 June 2017 )
Prajeet Bajpai
Even before children have learnt to read or write, they have learnt to hate school

Charismatic Nikita

#863 ( 16-22 June 2017 )
Sabita Shrestha
For the future, Chandak has her eyes set firmly on a film career once she finishes her studies

Piece by piece

#863 ( 16-22 June 2017 )
Sahina Shrestha
Like a 3D jigsaw puzzle, Patan Darbar Square is coming together again

Cat man do

#862 ( 9-15 June 2017 )
Pema S Lama
A care home to take care of abandoned newly-born kitten, injured and diseased cats from the streets and rehome them

Putting it down on paper

#861 ( 2-8 June 2017 )
Designer shows where art and craft can converge to make high-quality Nepali products

The Rana reign

#861 ( 2-8 June 2017 )
Kunda Dixit
Sagar Rana’s detailed historical recap of his clan’s 100-year rule over Nepal

Timely climb

#861 ( 2-8 June 2017 )
Shreejana Shrestha
Handmade watches taken to the top of Mt Everest will be auctioned to help earthquake survivors

Nepali street names in England

#861 ( 2-8 June 2017 )
A small parish town southwest of London gives its streets Nepali names

Cat man do

#861 ( 2-8 June 2017 )
Pema S Lama
Catmandu Lovers is giving personalised attention to abandoned, seriously-malnourished, sickly and injured kittens

Jet set, go

#860 ( 26 May - 1 June 2017 )
Kunda Dixit
Bed Upreti’s Aviation Museum gets off the ground

In a puff of smoke

#860 ( 26 May - 1 June 2017 )
Sonia Awale
Nepal has some of the strictest laws against smoking, but suffers from poor enforcement
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