In a story published in Nepali Times in May 2003, we reported that 30% of the development budget was unspent with just...
The electrification of households has increased from 18% in 2003 to 95.5% today
Business as usual
Political parties were sidelined from peace talks by the palace and the Maoists in 2003. It is still politics as usual in...
BRB, then and now
Former classmates and rivals on opposite sides during the insurgency, neurosurgeon Upendra Devkota is now no more while Bhattarai is still active...
The F word
Nepal’s political leaders and the civil society have questioned the usefulness of the federal system, but have we really allowed federalism to...
A lost decade
Much has changed since the 2060s but as we enter the 2080s, so much is the same.
Twenty years ago this week Nepali Times exposed toxic effluent being discharged into the Narayani River by a paper mill which was...
The Tinjure Milke Jaljale ridge in eastern Nepal is abloom in rhododendron every March.
Clearing the air
From waste management, sewage, over population, to air pollution everything has only got worse in Kathmandu
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