Arts & Culture
The police and the paramilitary biased against us: Saptari locals
Relationships deteriorate after the police forces killed five Madhesi protesters in the district.
Consider the yak
Geopolitics, globalization, and climate change are affecting yak populations across the Himalayan region
Under the influence
Three years and five chief justices later, no end in sight for Nepal’s infamous “Sudan...
Trouble in Tikapur
Violence sparked by the “fast track” constitution still divides the Tharus and Pahadis
India’s border infrastructure needs fast upgrade
Unless India drastically improves its border infrastructure, China’s heightened presence is not likely to diminish—especially...
Nepal’s petrol black market: super citizens and an information blackout
JACOB RINCK AND GYANU ADHIKARI
In addition to widespread smuggling, there were significant official imports of petrol during the blockade,...
Unequal by design
Lawmakers set to promulgate sexist constitution
Their eyes are watching the road
Six days and counting: Sindhupalchowk waits for shelter, food
Harmful development practices are causing Nepal’s indigenous communities to ask, who is this development for?
Good intentions gone wrong
Nepal’s conservation practices are leaving indigenous communities unprotected
Page 1 of 2