With the two year anniversary of the Nepal earthquake approaching, the capital is back on its feet. Now's the time to go, says Martin Symington
'I knew even as a child that I didn't like being a boy, wearing those clothes', says fashion star
Seth Nelson's hike to see the world's highest mountain didn't quite go according to plan
Satellite imagery suggests it is around 2cm shorter
Constant feuding between a myriad of parties has fuelled political turmoil and weak governance in Nepal, delaying efforts to rebuild the country of 28 million people despite an outpouring of aid
‘Doha Fashion Fridays’ is a new street style blog aiming to show that on their days off, migrant workers in Qatar have more style and individuality than their workday blue overalls suggest
'The ban should serve as a warning for mountaineers to follow ethics'
'You have to settle for many compromises in India to take advantage of the cheap prices', a leading economist has said
A guide said 'the vibrations caused by helicopters can crack ice blocks and snow packs on mountains'
Tourists are returning to this magnificent Himalayan nation, but more are needed to support its economy. One of its native Sherpas recalls the moment disaster struck and how the recovery has taken shape
Tourists have been slow to return after the natural disaster that devastated much of this Himalayan nation – but their presence is needed now more than ever
While the Hindu celebration is associated most with crowds of people throwing colourful powders on each other, it is actually split into two very different events
Koirala spent his life in politics fighting for democracy in Nepal and led protests in 2006 that ended a centuries-old monarchy and turned Nepal into a republic
Anyone, it seems, can run a marathon these days. But 40 miles? 50 miles? 100 miles? Lizzy Hawker - star of the burgeoning 'ultra' scene - tells Sophie Morris how she does it, and how you can too
Kathmandu has said it needs to train 50,000 people to aid the reconstruction effort
Thirty people have been killed and 35 injured after an overcrowded bus veered of a mountain road in Nepal.