Tag: Rajneesh Bhandari

In Nepal, a Dangerous Journey Home

BY Rajneesh Bhandari | May. 5, 2015 | Trapped by an earthquake hundreds of miles from home, 28 Nepalese workers hiked for days braving landslides and collapsed roads to reach family members.

Searching for Survivors Outside Katmandu

BY Rajneesh Bhandari, Mona El-Naggar and Ben Laffin | Apr. 30, 2015 | 2:49 Days after Nepal’s devastating earthquake, rescue teams continued to fly missions from Katmandu to the countryside to find and evacuate the […]

Fear and Limbo in Katmandu

BY Rajneesh Bhandari and Sofia Perpetua | Apr. 28, 2015 | 1:24 Since Saturday’s earthquake, tens of thousands in Katmandu have slept outside, wary of aftershocks and the threat of collapsing buildings.

Doctor Heals With Roses

Sushil Koirala isn’t just a doctor, he’s a healer of the soul, too. He’s been handing out roses for years to break down social stigmas in Nepal. And on World Leprosy Day, he wants patients […]

Food Shortage in Shangri-La

Nepal’s Himalaya region has inspired mythology both ancient and modern, including the British author James Hilton’s novel “Lost Horizon,” which coined the term “Shangri-La” in 1933 to describe the heavenly nature of the region. But […]