Two years after Pramila Tharu was found dead in a forest in Bardiya’s Sangarshanagar, local women continue to live in fear
Shivaratri melaa (fair) in Gobardiha is a marketplace for traders, a venue for theater and dance, a gamblers’ den, even a place to search for love.
Today is Veteran’s Day in the US, but Nepali contractors who work for the US war effort remain under-appreciated and underpaid.
Sidha Kura Janta Sanga has propelled Rabi Lamichhane to fame as a figure of integrity who makes good on his commitments to seek justice for the common man
Seventeen years after emancipation, many ex-kamaiyas prepare to vote in local elections for the first time
Life, politics, and identity in an underappreciated border city
Along the Nepal-India border lies a place where history runs deep, but the future is uncertain
On Nepal’s largest island, Tharu local governance has allowed traditional irrigation practices to survive
Srita Diswa Magar is one of Nepal’s best women cricket players. As wicket-keeper, she helped bring home the Asian Cricket Council’s U-19 Women’s Championship title from Thailand in 2008.