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Rescuers Struggle to Reach Storm-Struck Area in Nepal as Death Toll Climbs
April 02, 2019

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.
Nepal and the Lurch Toward Digital Authoritarianism
March 22, 2019

Nepal and the Lurch Toward Digital Authoritarianism

By Arun Budhathoki
Nepal risks falling prey to digital authoritarianism.

The Asia-Pacific Summit 2018 and Civic Dissent in Nepal
December 11, 2018

The Asia-Pacific Summit 2018 and Civic Dissent in Nepal

By Arun Budhathoki
Nepal’s communist government grapples with civic dissent.

Nepal’s Emergence as a Cricketing Nation: Challenges Ahead
November 07, 2018

Nepal’s Emergence as a Cricketing Nation: Challenges Ahead

By Arun Budhathoki
Nepal marches ahead as a cricketing nation, but challenges remain.

Nepal Looks to a Porn Ban to Stem Violence Against Women
October 10, 2018

Nepal Looks to a Porn Ban to Stem Violence Against Women

By Arun Budhathoki
The solution in Nepal fails to address the underlying problems.
Nepal’s Communist Government Tightens Its Grip on Civil Society
September 10, 2018

Nepal’s Communist Government Tightens Its Grip on Civil Society

By Arun Budhathoki
A new set of draconian laws is setting Nepal on a troubling trajectory.

Nepal's #RageAgainstRape Movement Sparks Hope
August 13, 2018

Nepal's #RageAgainstRape Movement Sparks Hope

By Arun Budhathoki
One group is fighting the incidence of rape in Nepal.
China’s Moment in Nepal: Implications for India
December 27, 2017

China’s Moment in Nepal: Implications for India

By Harsh V. Pant
Even as Nepal's new leaders appear to pursue closer ties with Beijing, not all is lost for New Delhi.

Bollywood Meets Nepali Nationalism
August 23, 2017

Bollywood Meets Nepali Nationalism

By Peter Gill
In Kathmandu, a fan club has drawn critique for idolizing an Indian actor. Why?

Climate Change and Food Security in Nepal: Why the Developed World Must Step Up
August 12, 2017

Climate Change and Food Security in Nepal: Why the Developed World Must Step Up

By Sumesh Shiwakoty       
The developed world must show moral leadership in assisting Nepal.

China, Nepal Plan First-Ever Military Drill
December 30, 2016

China, Nepal Plan First-Ever Military Drill

By Ankit Panda
Few details have been released so far regarding the size, scope, and location of the exercise.
Will Nepal's Latest 'Reset' With India Stick?
September 19, 2016

Will Nepal's Latest 'Reset' With India Stick?

By Ankit Panda
Prachanda's time in New Delhi was productive and cordial, but some in Kathmandu remain skeptical of India-Nepal ties.

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