Nepal 1980 – Annapurna Adventure

By Bernadette Rimmer Duncan (UK) : In 1980 a group of British Army Soldiers stationed in Germany got together for an adventure training exercise, called  “Ex Llama Backstop” to trek around the Annapurna range and […]

Print media on the verge of collapse

By Rup Narayan Dhakal–The history of print media is not older than 400 years in the world and 122 in Nepal. But newspapers are now struggling for survival. Some may blame Covid-19 pandemic behind the […]

Birethanti-Tadapani Virgin Trail

Background: Birethanti-Tadapani trekking trail is a newly explored virgin route in the popular Annapurna Region. This route was explored by Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) Western Regional Association Pokhara in association with Annapurna Rural […]

Vulture based ecotourism in Ghachowk

By Madhuri Khadka– Nine species of vultures which account for the total number of vultures recorded in Asia till now are reported to be found in Nepal. With late 1990s keeping a mark in history […]

Swasthani fasting begins

By Rup Narayan Dhakal : Seven-year-old maid marries to a 70-year-old man and she found widow herself in fewer than one-year period but later enjoys as a mum of a king. I have been hearing […]

An itinerary of 2019

By Rup Narayan Dhakal : Welcome to 2019! but every New Year is not other than a pass over of an imaginary timeline. Time is movable and every second has its own newness and character […]

Only technology can save our federalism

By Rup Narayan Dhakal : There is now a kind of tension among the Nepali people because of the unilateral increment in tax rates following the announcement of federal, provincial and local level budgets in […]

Parking in the busy road

By Rup Narayan Dhakal–Pokhara is said to be a tourism capital of Nepal and entrepreneurs from this city also have been urging to formally declare the city as such capital but the ground reality of […]

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