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Crowded Kathmandu’s few remaining open spaces are being steadily encroached upon

On Wednesday morning, Kathmandu woke up to a rude reminder of just how vulnerable the city remains to earthquakes. Two back-to-back earthquakes of magnitudes 5.2 and 4.3 shook Kathmandu within a span of 11 minutes, a day before the fourth anniversary of the April 2015 earthquakes, serving as a reminder—and a warning—of lessons unlearned. Crowded Kathmandu’s few remaining open spaces are being steadily encroached upon
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Anup Ojha
Published at : April 26, 2019
Updated at : April 26, 2019 13:37
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Anup Ojha

Anup Ojha is a reporter for The Kathmandu Post primarily covering social issues and human interest stories. Before moving to the social beat, Ojha covered arts and culture for the Post for four years.


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