KATHMANDU, Dec 6: They would wake up before sunrise, and reach their destination early. After short interactions with locals, they would decide whether to give a concert or just quit, and move a little further in the neighborhood. Many people would shower love and affection, and a few would even harass them. An entire day's hard work meant enough money for meals for that day, and a sound sleep. They would even save a bit. And the same routine repeated, day after day. Life was hard, but it was beautiful.

KATHMANDU, July 6: Although this year’s SEE results disappointed some community schools with their students securing low in GPA, there was a moment of glory for Balkalyan Secondary School as a visually impaired student at the school, Lokesh Dangi, topped the SEE in Rolpa.

TIKAPUR, April 17: After being abandoned by their sons, a visually impaired couple in Janakpur have been forced to beg for their survival.

DANG, March 21: Wearing a huge Madal (Nepali hand drum) around her neck, Ganga Gandarva starts singing while her twin sister Jamuna accompanies her with the beat.

KATHMANDU, Jan 6: An information technology competition among blind people concluded here today. A total of 41 persons with visual impairment participated in the competition, said the organizer Ujjwal Nakshatra Samaj.