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Health and Migration Research in Nepal Event At Bournemouth University

The Bournemouth University's upcoming 'Cafe Scientifique' event on Tuesday 5 December will see Professor Edwin van Teijlingen and Dr Pramod Regmi talk about their...

Shivani Singh Tharu Tweets About Sexual Harassment #MeToo

Known for speaking her mind and her unapologetic personality, media figure Shivani Singh Tharu has joined millions across the globe in the #MeToo campaign...

Indira Rana Magar On BBC 100 Women 2017 List

Nepalese social worker Indira Rana Magar is on the BBC 100 Women list for 2017. The list which names influential and inspirational women from...

PRIYA ADHIKARI – Life As A Female Helicopter Pilot

The first female helicopter captain of Nepal, Priya Adhikari has had quite a journey! Having studied Environmental Science for Bachelors and a Masters in...

Double Above Knee Amputee HARI BUDHA MAGAR Climbs MERA PEAK

Former Gurkha veteran Hari Budha Magar who lost both his legs during the war in Afghanistan successfully climbed MERA PEAK with his CONQUERING DREAMS...

Getting Up Close With Red Pandas In THE FORGOTTEN PANDA Film

The elusive Red Pandas have been captured in the most magnificent manner in the short-film The Forgotten Panda. The red pandas which are found...

TARAANGA – Short Nepali Ethno Film On Music And People

A team undertook a journey across different regions of Eastern Nepal, from Pachthar to Solukhumbu; documenting the unique sound, dance and the vivid costumes...

Under Water – HOW YOU CAN HELP

Heavy monsoon rainfall in the past few days has led to many towns and cities being under water in Nepal. The rainfall has also...

Nepal Criminalises Age-Old Practice Of Chaupadi

Now here's some good news from Nepal! The age-old practice of Chaupadi which sees women and girls taking shelter in a shed during menstruation...

Blue Diamond Society Celebrates 14th International Pride Festival

The 14th International Pride Festival was marked on GAIJATRA on 8th of August in Kathmandu by Blue Diamond Society. The march which started off...

Upcoming Law To Allow Nepalese To Own Private Jets!

In a very fascinating move, the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation in Nepal is likely to make it possible for citizens of...

Will Dharan Airport Ever Materialise?

Though conversations around a proposed airport being constructed in the eastern city of Dharan has been going on for a while, a recent feasibility...

Nrs 50 Million For More SAJHA BUS In Kathmandu

Commuting across Kathmandu may have just gotten better. The very popular SAJHA BUS will be adding 12 deluxe buses with one semi-low floor bus...

Kathmandu City Turns Waste Into Electricity!

With electricity being a big need for the country, Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has finally done wonders by generating biofuel from waste! The wait...

Miss Nepal 2017 Nikita Chandak’s Return To Hometown Urlabari And Other Questions

There was a time when I religiously posted updates about Miss Nepal on the blog and continued sharing their progress and sightings of various...

Center for Nepal Studies UK 10th Anniversary Event Overview

Centre for Nepal Studies UK (CNSUK) marked its 10th Anniversary Celebration on Sunday, June 11th in Oxford. The academic and research organisation is dedicated...

The Forgotten Jewellery BULAKI On First Issue Of Stock Photography Nepal Magazine!

Enthusiastic group of Nepali photographers have come together to create the first online photography e-magazine! The first issue of Stock Photography Nepal went online...

Here’s The Moment When A Snow Leopard Got Collared In Kanchenjunga Conservation Area

Remarkable photos of an endangered snow leopard being collared from the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area have been shared by WWF Nepal. The recent snow leopard,...

Mahabir Pun And The PREETI Noodle Controversy!

First things first, I fully support Mahabir Pun. A section of the population are slightly shocked and some, completely outraged after seeing the wireless...

Lake District Lights Up For Nepal

In a remarkable show of support, more than six-hundred people braved the unpredictable British weather for the Festival of Light in Lake District on...