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One Square Mile: Can Do in Kathmandu? - Nepal| 22mins
Director: Rob Finighan | Producer: Dev Tv
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: Switzerland
Subject Tags: asia, conflict, culture, nepal, poverty
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
This time, the square mile is the center of the capital, Kathmandu. Despite a recent record of political instability that has seen a monarchy overthrown and an uneasy peace struck with the Maoist insurgents, reporter Vasanthi Hariprakash finds a city population surprisingly upbeat. But a long queue outside the passport office at dawn tells a different story: young Nepali men are desperate to get out to find work in the Gulf and southeast Asia.

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