However, some of the Indian equipment remained in the Nepalese stations, and unfortunately many Indian findings vary significantly from the Nepalese records of the same areas....
Nepal’s underdevelopment is a result of the historical effects of unequal distribution of assets and social and economic status among different groups, and effects of recent development efforts that have generated further iniquitous income and assets distribution.
It began appearing (in an older form) in what is now Nepal around 300 C.E., when Hindu Indo-Aryans invaded the area from the south, displacing the Buddhist Kirantis.
A few weeks back, we ran and his role in founding The Juniper Fund. As a follow-up to the overwhelming support and interest that story received, we’re reposting the original essay Morton’s co-founder, Melissa Arnot, wrote on The Juniper Fund for our 2013 Summer Outfitter Book. It’s a powerful story and an important cause that Eddie Bauer believes in. This is Arnot’s personal story of what motivated her to be a part of effort. —LYA Editor
In his previous report, he had called on Nepali political leaders which amounted to working together to find consensus over governance for the success of the peace process.