2006 will be marked as a significant year in Nepal’s political history. This year, Nepal witnessed political upheavals and people’s profound unity for change. The year began with a gloom: King Gyanendra had declared Municipal polls for February eighth and almost all the mainstream political parties had already declared to boycott those polls.
The repeated attacks on medical professionals and their responsive strikes have been something that has jeopardized people’s right to live and/or health care in Nepal. Reports show a record of an incident of attacks on medical professionals each month in average in the last eight months after the success of April movement. An attempt is made to begin discussion how rational the doctor’s strike are.
Till May 18, 2006, Nepal was constitutionally ‘a Hindu Kingdom’. Many people interpreted the notion as Hindu Kingdom because more than eighty percent population followed Hinduism. So why Hindus enjoyed certain more privileges then the other religious people.
Citizen Journalism is booming genre of the 21st Century Journalism. It seeks the active participation of citizens on collection, reporting, analysis and dissemination of news. Hence, it is also called participatory journalism. With the rapid growth of information technology the number of internet users has boomed, so has the number of internet based news media i.e. online.
In an attempt to recover more than 32 billion rupees defaulted bank loan, the government has decided to seize the passports of all blacklisted willful defaulters. The government has also decided to bar them from transferring ownership of or selling their fixed assets.
Devnarayan Mahato, 29, lives with his small family at the bank of Riu River in Madi of Chitwan. Riu River separates Madi from Chitwan National Park and has become the cause of death and worries to more than 50 thousand people of Madi. And Mahato is the savior.
The above mentioned lines are from Clause 3.11 of the Comprehensive Peace Accord signed by the Nepal government and the Maoists on November 21. On those lines, both the sides have expressed their commitments to severely punish
November, the 21st, the government and the Maoists were set to sign the much awaited peace accord. The accord was much awaited because; only this would formally end the Maoist violence in the country. All the people were keenly watching the developments in the capital.
If the rayamajhi Commission fails to recommend appropriate action against all the perpetrators inclusing King Gyanendra; history will not forgive them The same happened what people didn’t want but expected. Ever in the history of Nepal, the Rayamajhi Commission formed to investigate the atrocities of the erstwhile Royal government was supposed to address people’s aspirations […]
The High Level Probe Commission has implicated King Gyanendra guilty for the suppression of popular movement and embezzlement of state resources. Preliminary media reports quoting highly placed source at the Commission said the Commission has found King as the Chairman of the then Council of Ministers guilty for the atrocities. The Commission has also indicted […]