At the forefront of the small army of planners, architects, carpenters and other tradesmen engaged in rebuilding Kathmandu – the Nepalese capital laid waste by a mammoth earthquake five years ago – is someone whose prime concern is what’s taking place in the heavens rather than on Earth: astrologer Keshav Mangal Joshi.
The 7.8-magnitude quake that struck the city at noon on April 25, 2015 was followed by a second one the following month, which was almost as powerful. The effects were felt…



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