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Shashwat Pant

Shashwat Pant

Pant is a journalist currently working for Onlinekhabar. He writes on movies and music, travel and mountains, and culture among others.

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Nepal's image was tarnished due to lack of coordination among expedition operators: Ang Tsering Sherpa

Nepal's image was tarnished due to lack of coordination among expedition operators: Ang Tsering Sherpa

Mingma Dorchi: Climbers want to do something people will remember them for

Mingma Dorchi: Climbers want to do something people will remember them for

Man who clicked  Everest traffic jam picture might have to abandon his ‘project’ due to lack of funds

Man who clicked Everest traffic jam picture might have to abandon his ‘project’ due to lack of funds

After 10 years, no Sherpa from Khumbu may want to climb mountains: Kami Rita

After 10 years, no Sherpa from Khumbu may want to climb mountains: Kami Rita

Nirmal Purja: Balancing world record bid and rescue operations on Nepal mountains

Nirmal Purja: Balancing world record bid and rescue operations on Nepal mountains

This porter-turned-trekking guide brings nature back to classrooms

This porter-turned-trekking guide brings nature back to classrooms

‘I pierce my tongue, but I’m not a demon’

‘I pierce my tongue, but I’m not a demon’

US veteran who lost her leg in a helicopter crash is about to scale Everest

US veteran who lost her leg in a helicopter crash is about to scale Everest

SWO-YATRA: This solo woman travel challenge takes Nepali ladies to a new journey

SWO-YATRA: This solo woman travel challenge takes Nepali ladies to a new journey

Breaking cultural stereotypes, Nepal’s first dhime girl wants to preserve traditional instruments

Breaking cultural stereotypes, Nepal’s first dhime girl wants to preserve traditional instruments

Phatcowlee: Freedom-loving multimedia artist’s bid to create unique Nepali music

Phatcowlee: Freedom-loving multimedia artist’s bid to create unique Nepali music

Tilak Pun Magar took up archery eight years ago. Now he’s Nepal’s number one

Tilak Pun Magar took up archery eight years ago. Now he’s Nepal’s number one

Shivaram Shrestha: From a caddy to Nepal’s number one golfer

Shivaram Shrestha: From a caddy to Nepal’s number one golfer

Plagued by injuries, Prithu Baskota is gearing up to make comeback

Plagued by injuries, Prithu Baskota is gearing up to make comeback

Nepal Vocational Academy is filling the generation gap in heritage conservation

Nepal Vocational Academy is filling the generation gap in heritage conservation

Bhakka: The 500 km journey of a popular Jhapali dish to Kathmandu

Bhakka: The 500 km journey of a popular Jhapali dish to Kathmandu

Service or visa misuse: A story of foreigners’ involvement in animal care in Nepal and subsequent threats

Service or visa misuse: A story of foreigners’ involvement in animal care in Nepal and subsequent threats

Kathmandu’s air pollution is ‘choking’ its cultural heritage too

Kathmandu’s air pollution is ‘choking’ its cultural heritage too

Hollywood actor Freeman in Nepal to shoot TV series on faith

Hollywood actor Freeman in Nepal to shoot TV series on faith

Little Buddha director Bertolucci who cried for Nepal is no more

Little Buddha director Bertolucci who cried for Nepal is no more

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