Nepal’s Government is Curtailing the Public’s Ability to Protest Peacefully
By Suraj Ray
Nepal's government has restricted public assembly at a key location in Kathmandu using the ongoing pandemic as an excuse.
Rescuers Struggle to Reach Storm-Struck Area in Nepal as Death Toll Climbs
By Upendra Man Singh
A powerful rainstorm in Nepal has killed at least 28 people.
How India Can Beat China in Nepal
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
A recent visit provides an opportunity for India to begin delivering on its bilateral ties with Kathmandu amid growing competition from Beijing.
Exploring Kathmandu’s ‘Dark Star’
By Vishal Arora
Author Rabi Thapa takes viewers on a tour of Kathmandu's tourist hotspot-cum-red light district.
Silence Is Beautiful: A Nepali Café's Deaf Servers
By Vishal Arora
Sam’s One Tree Café in Kathmandu, Nepal employs 20 deaf waiters.
Aid Management and Institutional Capacity in Nepal
By Asit K. Biswas and Kris Hartley
The Nepalese government showed leadership in the aftermath of the quake, but faces serious long-term challenges.
A Second Earthquake Tests Nepal’s Resilience
By Sanjay Kumar
On May 12, a second deadly earthquake struck Nepal, derailing its recovery.
Reducing Disaster Risk in the Himalayas
By Dhanasree Jayaram and Ramu C. M.
The tragedy in Nepal underscores the need for a disaster risk reduction strategy in the Himalayan region.
In Nepal Earthquake's Aftermath, India and China Respond
By Ankit Panda
Both India and China have reacted swiftly to Nepal's calls for assistance after an 8.1 magnitude earthquake on Saturday.
Nepal Hit By Powerful 7.8 Magnitude Earthquake, Death Toll Approaches 900
By Stephen Groves
On Saturday, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal, doing considerable damage and claiming hundreds of lives.
Singaporean Photographer Edwin Koo: Views from Pakistan to Kathmandu
On travel and the importance of passion in photography.