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Missing Momos? Here is a tasty pork momo recipe by Pemba Lama – The Ultimate Nepalese Cook

 

How to Avoid Food Poisoning in Nepal – Source: www.insidehimalayas.com

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The CAIRN Trust October 2017 Newsletter Issue No9

The CAIRN Trust is a UK registered charity dedicated to improving access to education for children in the rural hill villages of Nepal.

Click here to view their October newsletter and find out more » Continue Reading.

Community Action Nepal 40th Anniversary Lecture Tour

‘A Crawl down The Ogre’ talk by Doug Scott CBE

Autumn 2017 Lecture Tour

Forty years ago Doug Scott CBE and that other icon of mountaineering, Chris Bonington, made the first ascent of The Ogre (7285 m) in the Karakoram. » Continue Reading.

10 Amazing & Interesting Facts About Nepal

Nepal is known as the home of Mt Everest, Sherpas and the fearce Gurkha soldiers but here are some other interesting facts about Nepal you may find interesting:

Fact 1:  Nepal is the only country in the modern world that » Continue Reading.

OPERATION JANUS by JP Cross

“Nobody is better qualified to tell this story of the Gurkhas’ deadly jungle battles against communist insurgency in 1950s Malaya.” – John le Carré

It is 1950s Malaya and the country is in the throes of the Malayan » Continue Reading.

Nepal launches ‘pride project’ to find out Everest’s real height – Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/

Nepal has launched a “national pride” project to measure the height of Mount Everest, following in the footsteps of India and China.

The project is partly to ascertain whether a huge earthquake in 2015 affected the height of the world’s » Continue Reading.

Mela 2017 Kempton Park

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Nepali street names in England – Nepali Times

A Small Parish Town southwest of London gives its streets Nepali names. read full post here

Terminal Cancer Patient Ian Toothill Conquers Everest – Source: BBC News

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Constitutional and Political Developments in Nepal and the Challenges in the Implementation of the New Constitution

By Professor Surya P. Subedi, QC

It was in 1768, when King Prithivi Narayan Shah conquered the city of Kathmandu and its surrounding areas, the newly unified territory called ‘Nepal’ was formed. Post-unification, Nepal was predominately ruled by monarchy. Later, » Continue Reading.

Nepali Aviation Once Again Shattered – Source: Aviation Nepal

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Sonam Girmi Family Foundation Just Completed 6 Class Rooms

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Ueli Steck Cremated in Nepal Monastery – Source: Outsideonline.com

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Gurkha Mt Everest 2017 Summit – Source: gurkhaeverest2017.co.uk

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BREAKING NEWS — Gurkhas Reach The Summit of Mount Everest

Written on 15 May 2017

We have just received confirmation that three Gurkhas have reached the summit of Mount Everest in the past 10 minutes! More details will be released once they have returned to Camp 4, as communications are patchy.

Gurkha Everest team’s tribute to Minbahadur Sherchan — 7 May 2017

The Gurkha Everest Expedition team is very sad to announce the death of Mr Minbahadur Sherchan, ex-QG Signals, who died yesterday peacefully at Everest Base Camp, aged 85. He was attempting to reclaim the record of becoming the oldest person » Continue Reading.

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