Chandra Karki

Chandra karki is the Terhathum correspondent for Kantipur Media Group.


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Bee tourism can create plenty of buzz

Beekeeping or apiculture has always been an important income generating activity in many places, particularly in the rural hill and mountain regions. And this activity could be transformed into bee tourism or ‘apitourism’, a move that could have a large impact at the village levels, bee farmers and concerned stakeholders said.

Bride injured in gang’s attack

A 22-year-old bride sustained critical injuries when a group of local youths attacked her at her wedding venue in Phedap Rural Municipality-3, Tehrathum, on Monday night. Three others were also injured in the incident.

Locals bet on highway to bring riches

With the construction of the Mid-Hill Highway in full swing, Tehrathum locals residing at the periphery of the under-construction road are building hotels and lodges around it. According to locals, they are expecting an influx of customers in the long run as the highway is a national pride project.

Large cardamom farmers demand dev board

Large cardamom farmers have demanded that the government set up an independent large cardamom development board for addressing problems of the farmers and capitalising on the untapped business potential.

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