Kathmandu

NOUN
  1. the capital and largest city of Nepal
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  • It is certainly true that stick-wielding members of the Young Communist League on the streets of Kathmandu look scary and trade unions allied to the Maoists are often high-handed.
  • The large number of married remitters suggests that in some cases weavers are remitting to spouses who do not live in Kathmandu, rather than to parental households.
  • Within Kathmandu and in other towns in the valleys general strikes, or bandhs, took place on a regular basis after 2001.
  • Tonight Amee donned her maroon Kathmandu dress and cooked up a scrummy dessert of stewed apples and pears with cinnamon and pepitas and lime peel and cloves.
  • Ancient palaces and concrete tower blocks had crumbled in Kathmandu valley, where bodies were being unearthed from the rubble. Times, Sunday Times
  • I can jump most wifi hotspots with my fone which is cool and will save me money, so use that a lot to email and bank, also a lot safer with own hardware as PCs may be infected with spyware etc. P.O. Box: 1016, Durbar Marg Kathmandu, Nepal TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com
  • KATHMANDU - He was thought to have been born a Muslim and yet his songs are part of the Guru Granth sahib, the sacred text of Sikhs. Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7
  • It was there, wandering the streets of Kathmandu picking up strays, that she first discovered her love of animals.
  • While Indian embassy's staffers in Kathmandu keep themselves busy trying to paint India's friendly attitude by providing funds to build bridges and inaugurating school buildings in terai, their government in New Delhi makes Nepalese pay for the financial aid provided to Nepal by ripping off their national identity. Indian Expansionism: Harmful for Peace in South Asia
  • The body of a mountaineer recognised as one of the greatest climbers of the modern era has been brought to Kathmandu after he died while making a solo attempt on a treacherous Two coasteering instructors are recovering after picking up leg injuries in Torbay while considering new sites for courses. WN.com - Articles related to 'Surviving the Holidays with Lewis Black' on History Channel is a Monday TV pick
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