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Archive for May, 2015

 

Schools reopen

Most of the schools closed down after the 25 April earthquake reopened on Sunday.


Saving Swayambhu

UNESCO consultant assessing the damage to Kathmandu’s cultural heritage says up to 70 per cent of Swayambhu may have to be rebuilt


Tourism ambassadors

Nepal nominates the sons of Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa as its goodwill ambassadors to revive tourism industry.


A journalist’s diary

It wasn’t just me who was suffering, the whole community was. I used writing and reporting as a way to forget my pain.


Post mortem of collapsed buildings

Buildings that collapsed immediately after the earthquake


Heritage sites reopen next month

Department of Archaeology confirmed some heritage sites of Kathmandu Valley will reopen on 15 June


India simplifies transit procedure for relief supplies

India simplifies the procedure of transit for relief supplies entering Nepal



 

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