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Parents mull goat sacrifice as children keep fainting at school, by Dinesh Subedi (rep 20/02/2019)

Sudurpaschim Province all set to institutionalise Ayurveda education: The provincial government launches plans for Ayurveda and yoga studies in school curriculum, by Arjun Shah (kp 15/02/2019)

Despite growing influence of hospitals and Christianity, Rolpa Shamans remain in business, by Dinesh Subedi (rep 22/01/2019)

Centre raises Ayurvedic drugs norms: Department of Drug Administration orders ayurvedic drugs manufacturers to comply with two key industry standards, by Nayak Paudel (kp 04/08/2018)

Call to promote ayurvedic medicines (ht 16/06/2018)

Village where shamans are preferred over doctors, by Narahari Sapkota (rep 09/06/2018)

The test of time: Much water has flown under the bridge since traditional Baidyas were Kathmandu’s  only source of medical recourse, yet they remain just as relevant and sought out as ever, by Abijeet Pant (kp 05/05/2018)

Yoga can stave off non-communicable diseases, risk of depression, says WHO (ht 22/06/2017)

Tibetan medicine lures patients seeking drug-free cures centuries-old techniques (kp 15/05/2017)

I am an Amchi: Marpha meeting of practitioners of Tibetan medicine plan revival of the healing tradition, by Sabine Pretsch (nt 11/11/2016)

83-yr-old Ayurveda practitionerpromoting traditional treatment, by Prakash Baral (kp 10/11/2015)

Ayurveda practitioner held (ht 05/07/2015)

130 kg expired, sub-standard ayurvedic medicines seized (ht 07/02/2015)

Ayurveda most neglected field: Experts (ht 21/10/2014)

Minister urges research on Ayurveda medicine (ht 30/09/2014)

The return of the baidyas: A backlash against expensive and invasive healthcare sends patients to the traditional ayurvedic healers of Kathmandu, by Sonia Awale (nt 29/08/2014)

Ayurveda Medical College sans basic infrastructure (ht 26/03/2014)

Alternative medicine: Ayurveda is about utilising traditional knowledge and respecting the body's flow, by Renu Rajbhandari (kp 09/02/2014)


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