In Kathampur, a remote city in Nepal’s capital, you’ll find the capital of Nepal.
It’s where Nepalese President Sherry Rehman was born.
But you’ll also find the city’s most famous landmark: the iconic Kathmandur Cathedral.
The cathedral is where the two most famous Buddhist scriptures, the Buddhist sutras and the Nepali Buddhist sutras are written.
And it is where two centuries of the Buddha’s teaching on meditation, devotion and the four noble truths, were taught to a new generation of monks and nuns by a group of monks who were not monks themselves.
Today, the cathedral is one of the largest in the world and is considered a cultural centre for the Nepaleses, the largest nation in Asia and the world.
In 2016, Kathampuri was voted the most expensive place to live in the World.
And the most costly place to buy a home in Kathangir, a city in Kathamgarh district in Katharmir, was also voted the second most expensive in the country.
The city’s property prices are among the highest in the city.
So how did the Nepali government allow the city to become so expensive?
The city’s new rulers wanted to make Kathampura, and its people, wealthier by boosting tourism.
Kathampury, which means the city in Nepali, is popular with tourists from all over the world who come to the city for the same reason they come to any other city: to see the beautiful temples, the breathtaking temples, and the magnificent temples.
But the city had one big problem.
The Nepali authorities had to deal with a problem that has plagued their country for centuries.
The problem is that the Nepalis have a history of poverty.
In Kathamahar district, for example, one in five people lives in poverty.
And in Kathambala, another district in Nepal, one of its richest districts, one-third of the population live in poverty, according to the United Nations.
As the population grew, so did the number of beggars and the number who live on the streets.
It was around the time that Nepal had the largest single population of refugees in the whole world.
Around 1.5 million people fled their homes to escape the wars and poverty that were ravaging their country.
In 2016 the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) counted more than 7,500 refugees in Nepal.
Many of them are now trying to rebuild their lives in Kathur, where they are struggling to find jobs and to make ends meet.
Many of these people are refugees who are desperate to get out of poverty and into a life of dignity and fulfilment.
But this is not easy.
They have no legal right to stay in Kathurbary or any other part of Nepal, and there is no resettlement programme for refugees, which leaves them stranded in a refugee camp.
They also lack health care, food and other basic necessities that help people stay alive.
“The government doesn’t really care about these people.
They do not care,” says Mahavir Gavai, an economist who runs the Kathamharic Foundation, an NGO that helps refugees and the displaced.
“There are no plans to help them, no financial support.”
The government did give some aid, and in 2016, a team of NGOs led by Gavaish Bhagwat, the UN’s humanitarian coordinator for Nepal, arrived in Kathargarh to help the refugees and provide them with basic necessities, like food, water and shelter.
But the money for this assistance has been very difficult to come by.
“The money we are getting from the central government has been limited, and we are facing many issues.
There are so many issues that we are unable to handle,” Gavaysh Bhaga, the UNHCR’s Nepal coordinator, told the BBC.”
We are trying to find some way of doing something, but we cannot do anything because of the money that the central governments have given.”
In recent years, there have been several reports of the central and state governments siphoning off large amounts of money from refugees to fund their construction projects.
In a report published in 2016 by a UN-funded organisation called Save the Children, it found that in 2017, central and provincial governments in Nepal siphoned off a staggering $4.2 billion from refugee camps.
In 2017, there were more than 2,000 camps where there were only about 1,200 refugees.
The number of refugees who were sleeping on the ground was estimated to be at least 1,000 people.
In Kathargam, one man who runs a construction company in Katharampur told the Nepalimani news agency that there were at least a dozen homeless people in Katharrampur who were being fed and housed in camps.
He said there was no place for them.”There is