Nepal Archive

September 2018

SO FAR SO GOOD

British Gurkhas in Sarawak Borneo during Indonesian Confrontation in 1965. I was not at all concerned about the rising wind […]
September 24, 2018

The Nepal government announced the total number of wild tigers in the country had reached 235, nearly double of what […]
September 23, 2018

he government’s determination to clear-fell a large swathe of eastern Nepal’s last remaining hardwood forest for the proposed Nijgad Airport has been […]
September 21, 2018

Featured Videos

PLAIN SPEAKING: The village of Manahari has now expanded along the highway, engulfing other towns to become a city. This […]
September 21, 2018

ay 2017 was a milestone in Nepal’s transition from a unitary system to a federal state, but a year since locally […]
September 21, 2018

n the three decades after 1960 when political parties were banned, there were Village Panchayats. After the democratic changes in […]
September 21, 2018

September 2018

SOUTH TO NORTH: India’s lavish welcome for PM-in-waiting Pushpa Kamal Dahal (above) was in sharp contrast to the lukewarm treatment […]
September 20, 2018

Review

fter staging plays by foreign writers, Mandala Theatre has forayed into an original Nepali folktale, with a sharp contemporary socio-political […]
September 19, 2018

Opinion

How does tourism industry intersect with local governments in a federal state? Patan and Bhaktapur have shown the way by their municipalities working with Nepal Academy of […]
September 18, 2018

Here & Now

Diwakar Chettri epal may be a federal state on paper, but the mightiest government in the country’s democratic history is showing that […]
September 14, 2018