Kathmandu Post

Kantipur

Date | Monday, Apr 21, 2014

features

  • TESTIMONY
    Prateebha Tuladhar, Kathmandu, APR 18

    She has waited a long time for some form of closure, but the way things are going with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, she might have to wait longer
  • Not quite cricket
    Pratichya Dulal, Kathmandu, APR 18
    It’s difficult for women—journalists and fans alike—to attend cricket matches at the TU grounds because the place lacks women’s toilets

  • Hitting the sweet spot
    Nhooja Tuladhar, Kathmandu, APR 18
    Art Lab’s recent show at the Alliance Francais featured Nepali pop art that exhibited sensibilities that were both imported wholesale and those that took on a local tenor

  • Art as seeing
    Rachana Chettri, Kathmandu, APR 18
    Art informs life as life informs art, and the Czech Castles exhibition somehow opens your eyes to the architectural wonders in Kathmandu


expression

  • The Valley by night
    DEEPESH BISTA, Kathmandu, APR 18

    As the sun sets on Kathmandu Valley, and all becomes sheathed under the cover of darkness, the noisy chaos of the day gives way to a soothing

as it is

  • Schools without textbooks
    Guffadi, Kathmandu, APR 18

    Let’s all congratulate our incompetent government for being consistent in at least one thing: failing in its responsibilities towards the country’s youth
  • Two Songs for A Blood Moon
    Pranaya SJB Rana, Kathmandu, APR 18
    On Tuesday evening, the moon was a bloodshot eye hanging stark and baleful in the sky

  • Poetic license
    Haris Adhikari, Kathmandu, APR 18
    How big is it? A dot— just a dot on a white sheet of paper you gave


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