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Thundu Sherpa, 46

On Monday morning as the earth shook, the diametrically opposed worlds of mountaineering and horology lost a legend.


Never too late

Kavita Srinivasan’s web series P S Zindagi based on life after Nepal Earthquake has been nominated in the Marseille Web Fest (International Festival of Digital Series)


Trekking is child’s play

A couple with their children trek to the base of word’s highest mountain, allaying concerns that Nepal was unsafe to visit after the earthquake,


Grants for reconstruction

Earthquake victims who started rebuilding private houses before the agreement with the NRA will be eligible for grants, if the buildings are earthquake resistant


Right place at right time

James Nachtwey says photojournalists should have an involvement in the subject that goes beyond career, techniques and reporting the facts


Hard to reconstruct

As ruling and opposition parties wrangle over the new bill, the plan to finally start post-earthquake reconstruction work is now in limbo.


Reconstruction in limbo 

National Reconstruction Authority has lost its legal status after Parliament, preoccupied with the constitution, failed to ratify a bill to form it by its deadline last week.



 

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