Arts & Culture
From the Shangri-la to a hippie paradise
A new book traces the history of Nepali tourism through encounters...
Lady-oriented cinema: A review of ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’
‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ shows women’s desires without apo...
Ramdev: From godman to tycoon
How Patanjali Ayurveda uses cheap and substandard raw products to ...
High on words
Spoken-word poetry is gaining ground in Nepal. ...
ASHMA GAUTAM AND PREETI A. KARNA
Breaking Nepal blames white writers for Nepal’s ills and here’s why it’s completely wrong
The judgment of events past—the conquest of Gorkhali empire two...
The dark side of Nepal’s national parks
As the elites profit from natural resources, the poor and marginal...
The Attention Merchants shows how the media is misused for profit and power
The goal is to get your attention, then show you advertisements. ...
A new star at the cinema
White Sun, the new film from director Deepak Rauniyar, confronts N...
A declaration of independence
Yug Pathak’s play Yuma makes a radical case for women’s libera...
Running in the family
When Ang Tharkay Sherpa reluctantly made the choice to become a m...
Page 1 of 3