The week that was in most-read stories (12 March-18 March)

This week’s headlines were dominated by the PM Oli’s visit to China, and its agenda. Also this week, we interviewed American artist David Best, and Bangladeshi scholar Badiul Alam Majumdar.

Here’s a roundup of the most read stories on Onlinekhabar this week:


I came here to make an impact, but Nepal made an impact on me: ‘Burning Man’ sculptor David Best



Here’s how you can escape Kathmandu, without leaving it! 



Have you been to the ‘expat zoo’ in Kathmandu?



Fleet of 39 buses to make Ring Road ride more comfortable


Nepali Congress CWC member Shekhar Koirala hospitalised


Here’s how factionalism and regionalism worked during Nepali Congress election



What Nepal can learn from Bangladesh’s local governance failure


India says it wants to rebuild 14 heritage sites damaged by Nepal earthquake


Nepali Congress CWC member Khum Bahadur: Referendum needed on secularism


In a month, Nepal will get its first woman Chief Justice. Will she leave a rich legacy behind?


In case you have missed :

In news

PM’s China visit: Investment Board Nepal’s focus is on West Seti

Nepal Prime Minister should appeal for Chinese investment: Suraj Vaidya

Nepal will sign trade-transit treaty, oil import deal with China during PM’s visit: Minister Pun

90 per cent of Madhesh’s demands met, boundary disputes major stickler: Ex-prez Yadav

Fishtail Air chopper meets with accident in Langtang

SAARC foreign secretaries meeting, set to make decisions on issues discussed earlier

Nepal’s Immigration department to probe illegal entry of US nationals into Lumbini, Kathmandu

In Culture

Thamel: In the Garden of Unfulfilled Dreams


‘The idea of having the internet at my disposal was liberating. Soon I indulged in it’

Looking for life in a kettle

Ten minutes in the Life of Sparrows

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