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 Six open places to breathe in concrete Kathmandu
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Posted on 08-14-14 9:38 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Kathmandu is growing rapidly. The biggest and fastest growing Nepalese capital is becoming a densely populated city. It truly lacks open spaces, public parks and green hubs. Can we tackle this problem or our capital is going to be one of the worst in the world without any trees/parks/public places? Have you ever seen city like Ktm without any space?

The concrete city however has something to offer; here are six open spaces to breathe. As saying goes ‘something is better than nothing’.
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Posted on 08-14-14 9:46 PM     [Snapshot: 18]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I rather stay inside.
Posted on 08-14-14 10:34 PM     [Snapshot: 35]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Those are the only open places left NOW and few others for Kathmanduites to perambulate while the mood is in motion.The dusty air circulated by still-in-making buildings,which were lucky enough to get demolished by devil Doctor saap,the black fumes issued by rickety automobiles which haven't seen repair and overhaul since the time of their manufacture,and unwillingness of most citizens to care about the place where they have to nest are the prime reasons for making KTM looks like a dumping site.

At this rate,after some time,there is little doubt that many people will inhabit pulmonary diseases as you can't expect rain each and every day to kill all those sickly air!
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people who lives in Kathmandu or whole Nepal looks so aged, like 29 yrs old looks like 40 and 40 looks like 50, that just explains how open Kathmandu or Nepal is
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I would rather live in remote far away than in Kathmandu.
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Posted on 08-15-14 6:49 PM     [Snapshot: 502]     Reply [Subscribe]
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