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Ross Adkin

A year after Nepal quake, some united in grief; others climb again

24 Apr 2016

KATHMANDU For survivors and relatives of victims of a landslide that struck with the force of half an atom bomb it is a time to grieve. For witnesses to a fatal avalanche at the Mount Everest base camp, it is time to climb again. | Video

A year after Nepal quake, some united in grief; others climb again

24 Apr 2016

KATHMANDU For survivors and relatives of victims of a landslide that struck with the force of half an atom bomb it is a time to grieve. For witnesses to a fatal avalanche at the Mount Everest base camp, it is time to climb again. | Video

Voices: Remembering the earthquake tragedy in Nepal's Langtang village

23 Apr 2016

Kathmandu, Survivors and relatives of victims are returning to commemorate mark the first anniversary of Nepal’s most devastating earthquake, in which a huge rockfall obliterated the village of Langtang, 60 km (35 miles) north of Kathmandu.

Isolated Nepal PM could be toppled by constitution crisis

04 Feb 2016

KATHMANDU An unwieldy coalition of lawmakers trying to implement Nepal's first democratic constitution is finding common cause with protesting minority groups, isolating Prime Minister K.P. Oli and increasing the risk his government could fall this spring.

Nepal protesters face tough choice - give up or march on Kathmandu

26 Jan 2016

BIRGUNJ, Nepal Nepal's constitutional crisis has entered a new and potentially dangerous stage as protesters, exhausted by a five-month blockade that has paralysed most of the border with India, weigh whether to change tactics and march on the capital.

Nepal border crackdown deepens constitutional standoff

06 Nov 2015

BIRGUNJ, Nepal Nepal's busiest entry point for goods from India has witnessed a new wave of unrest after police failed to clear a border blockade, the attempt only strengthening the resolve of protesters to fight the Himalayan nation's new constitution.

Nepal border crackdown deepens constitutional standoff

06 Nov 2015

BIRGUNJ, Nepal Nepal's busiest entry point for goods from India has witnessed a new wave of unrest after police failed to clear a border blockade, the attempt only strengthening the resolve of protesters to fight the Himalayan nation's new constitution.

Nepal border crackdown deepens constitutional standoff

06 Nov 2015

BIRGUNJ, Nepal Nepal's busiest entry point for goods from India has witnessed a new wave of unrest after police failed to clear a border blockade, the attempt only strengthening the resolve of protesters to fight the Himalayan nation's new constitution.

Nepali police kill Indian protester at border blockade

02 Nov 2015

KATHMANDU Nepali police shot and killed an Indian citizen at a border checkpoint on Monday as they tried to clear protesters whose blockade has strangled Nepal's fuel supplies and badly damaged relations between the neighbours.

Nepali police kill Indian protester at border blockade

02 Nov 2015

KATHMANDU Nepali police shot and killed an Indian citizen at a border checkpoint on Monday as they tried to clear protesters whose blockade has strangled Nepal's fuel supplies and badly damaged relations between the neighbours.

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