May 17, 2019 09:54 am

Not the temples, nor the monasteries, palaces or even the historical architecture – it’s the all-permeating dust that has come to define us. When we leave Kathmandu, we heave a sigh of relief just grateful to be away from all the dust. Conversely, when we re-enter the capital, the overwhelming feeling is “here we go again with all the dust and pollution”. This dust is something everyone in the valley quite literally feels – as fine grit in our teeth, face and hair and covering just about any surface anywhere.

Adios Dustmandu

July 10, 2017 12:10 pm

I, you, we polluted Kathmandu valley Sustainability can be brought by minimizing the tally Every problem has a solution Despacito, being united, we can control this vulnerable pollution Since we polluted, we need to ratify

Kathmandu or Dustmandu? (Photo Feature)

December 29, 2016 13:26 pm

Poorly managed road expansion drives, unchecked vehicle emission and pipe laying work for the Melamchi Water Supply Project across Kathmandu Valley have posed a serious respiratory health hazard for Valley resident