For some reason, he must have thought that the Star was not eye-catching enough, and this article centres on his efforts to, as he saw it, put things right
Chandra tries to control a growing demand for more Awards led by his son Baber but reveals an acute sensitivity to the position of the monarch and steps in to help an errant son-in-law in serious trouble with the British in India.
Part 1: Recruiting haggles, Chandra, the game-changer, and getting a “K” for Bhim
Sam Cowan returns with fresh insights on the drafting of the Nepal's 1959 constitution, the subsequent general election, and a new witness to King Mahendra's coup d'état.
A photo essay on the Rasuwagadhi road and why landslides are cutting it more often
Filling a gap in the diplomatic history of Nepal from the Cold War days.
A chronicle of how corruption sabotaged football in Nepal.
In 1960 a Nepali officer was shot by Chinese soldiers along the border, causing a heated diplomatic dispute. Decades later, the details of the case are still contentious
A resolution to the disputed territory along Nepal’s northern boundary will come only when India and China agree to demarcate their border
What the earthquake revealed about the state of civil-military relations in Nepal
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