Real refugees want to go back to Bhutan

Senior Bhutanese have lived in refugee camps in Nepal for three decades, and want their children to return

Sujata Dhungana in Jhapa

Nepal PM to India to reboot ties

Pushpa Kamal Dahal will meet Narendra Modi this week amidst signs of improved bilateral relations

Chandra Kishore


On 29 May 1953, Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary became the first climbers to summit Mt Everest. 70 years later this season, nearly 600 climbers have followed the route they took. At least 17 have been killed since March.

Nepali Times

First Native American on world’s tallest peak

Cheyenne River Sioux tribe member combines medicine with mountaineering to empower indigenous communities

Naresh Newar

Mountain to desert to ocean

Nepali overseas worker rises up the ranks from cleaner to manager on a cruise ship

Kamal Subedi

To the base of Everest on one kidney

A trek to prove kidney transplant donors can live healthy, active lives

Shristi Karki

Everest 70 years on

The lives and legacy of Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary

Lisa Choegyal

High Himalayan rescue

A non-profit has been quietly saving lives of trekkers and porters in the Himalaya for the past 50 years

Buddha Basnyat and Gobi Bashyal

Nepal’s tax system widens rich-poor gap

The new budget needs to overhaul the tax structure that favours the privileged

Ramesh Kumar


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