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REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar Young Hindu priests take a holy bath together as part of a ritual during the Janai Purnima festival (Sacred Thread Festival) at the premises of Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu on Sunday. Good morning! Here's what you ... Business Insider, 2 weeks ago
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In change of heart, Nepal allows cremation of Tibetan monk

(Buddhist monks take part in the funeral of Shamar Rinpoche in a monastery in Kathmandu July 31, 2014. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar ) Nepal allowed a monk prominent in Tibetan Buddhism to be cremated in a monastery in Kathmandu on Thursday, ...
 Reuters1 month ago
Belleville Intelligencer

Baby Thought Cured of HIV Still Has the Virus

A red ribbon is put on the sleeves of a man by his friend to show support for people living with HIV Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters (Reuters) - A child thought to have been cured of HIV now has detectable levels of the virus, U.S. health officials ...
 MSNBC Newsweek1 month ago Baby thought cured of HIV no longer in remission  Belleville Intelligencer1 month ago
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Hindus celebrate Sacred Thread festival

An Indian woman ties a "Rakhi" or traditional Indian sacred thread onto the wrist of an Indian Border Security Force soldier during the Raksha Bandhan celebrations at the India-Pakistan joint check post at the Wagah border on the outskirts of the ...
 Irish Times2 weeks ago Hindus celebrate festival in India  Irish Times2 weeks ago

Spotted: Dangerous suitcase on PM Modi's Nepal trip

Now this one’s straight out of a James Bond flick. Spotted during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent trip to Nepal was this suitcase.Reuters photographer Navesh Chitrakar, who clicked this photograph, captioned it: “A briefcase with a hidden gun belonging to security personnel is seen during India Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting with Nepali Prime Minister Sushil Koirala in Kathmandu August 3.”Soon after the image was released on August 5, we gleaned over ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Indian PM Offers Nepal $1 Billion Loan in Regional Diplomacy Push

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi waves upon his arrival to meet with his Nepalese counterpart Sushil Koirala in Kathmandu on Aug. 3, 2014. (Photo: Reuters / Navesh Chitrakar) KATHMANDU — Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi offered Nepal ...
 Irrawaddy3 weeks ago

Winning and other photos of Nepal Photo Contest 2071 (Culture and Tourism)

1st Winner - Students loose themselves in the muddy fields of Sthali, Kavre-8 to mark Asar 15 celebrations. The National Paddy Day is of great significance to the largely agrarian nation but weak monsoon and El Nino's impact have dampened this ...
 Nepalnews.com1 month ago

Hindu devotees rest during pilgrimage in Kathmandu

Hindu devotees rest while on their way back from taking a dip in the Bagmati River during the Bol Bom (Say Shiva) pilgrimage in Kathmandu. The faithful, chanting the name of Lord Shiva, run about 15 km barefoot toward Pashupatinath temple seeking ...
 EuroNews1 month ago
Christian Science Monitor

Saving soil: digging for solutions beneath our feet

Agriculture doesn't have to degrade soils it's possible for food production to enrich the earth, restore nutrients, conserve water, and prevent erosion. A farmer ties a bundle of rice sapling before planting them at a rice paddy field in Nepal.
 Christian Science Monitor1 month ago

Nepal's Impoverished Kidney Village, Where Organs Come Cheap

Man Bahadur Tamang, 51, who sold his kidney for 64,000 Nepalese rupees ($727) due to poverty, shows the incision scar from the operation at his home in Kavre on Sept. 4, 2012. Navesh Chitrakar / Reuters—REUTERS In the mud-brick village of ...
 Time1 month ago
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