Monsoon mayhem: Nepal continues to record loss of lives and properties

/KAVREPALANCHOK: A flooded workplace every monsoon no surprise to Ram Krishna Shilpakar, a wood architect of Bhaktapur, as water in the Hanumante River always makes its way into tin thatched structure, where he has been making wooden scriptures since nearly a dec

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Monsoon mayhem: Nepal continues to record loss of lives and properties

BHAKTAPUR/KAVREPALANCHOK: A flooded workplace every monsoon brings no surprise to Ram Krishna Shilpakar, a wood architect of Bhaktapur, as water in the Hanumante River always makes its way into his tin thatched structure, where he has wooden scriptures since nearly a dec

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Monsoon mayhem: Nepal continues to record loss of lives and properties

BHAKTAPUR/KAVREPALANCHOK: A flooded workplace brings no surprise to Ram Krishna Shilpakar, a wood architect of Bhaktapur, as in the Hanumante River always makes its way into his tin thatched structure, where he has been wooden scriptures since nearly a dec

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Reservation based on class not ethnicity, benefits shouldn’t be reaped repeatedly by same person or family: SC

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Monsoon mayhem: Nepal continues to record loss of lives and properties

BHAKTAPUR/KAVREPALANCHOK: A flooded workplace monsoon brings no surprise to Ram Krishna Shilpakar, a wood architect of Bhaktapur, as water in the Hanumante always makes its way into tin thatched structure, where he has been making wooden scriptures nearly a dec

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