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Sherpas spend nine months in Chaurikharka for managing livelihood expenses (kh 02/11/2022)

How climate change is affecting Solukhumbu’s potatoes : Changing weather patterns, a possible consequence of climate change, have already stopped apple farming in the region and are now threatening potato production, by Marissa Taylor (rec 15/11/2021)

Everest Trail reopens, but cautiously : Nepali hikers have returned to Khumbu, but Covid-free Sherpas do not want virus in their valley, by Surendra Phuyal (nt 30/10/2020)

Yak farmers urge preservation, promotion of yak farming (ht 16/10/2020)

Nepali Sherpas wait, grow potatoes as Himalayas remain closed due to coronavirus (rep 29/05/2020)

Khumbu Hotels chock-a-block with tourists, by Radha Dhungana (rep 13/04/2017)

Women work to promote tourism (ht 11/03/2017)

Tourism in Khumbu region rebounds after earthquake, by Kumbha Raj Rai (kp 16/10/2015)

Sherpas want land ownership certificates, by Ananda Gautam and Lawadev Dhungana (kp 30/11/2014)

Traditional thangka schools create healthy jobs for women, by Anup Ojha (kp 07/11/2014)

Trekking experiences in Solukhumbu (rep 13/12/2013)


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