Families in rural and impoverished regions here openly admit a strong preference for sons. A phenomenon known as “daughter aversion” compels women to have many children in rapid succession in hopes of getting a son.
Garbage: A Big Problem of Kathmandu
It has been like a ritual of Kathmanduites to see the pile of stinking garbage in the beginning of monsoon. However, as yet there has been a little effort to set up a permanent landfill site to dump the wastes accumulated in the capital. Like previous years, the garbage crisis has hit the capital this year too. But instead of searching permanent place for its proper management, government has decided to dump wastes alongside of Bagmati River.
Dalit Women and their Major Issues
The caste system is the dominant and ruling philosophy of Hinduism, directly linking power and social order. The caste system is the oldest surviving social phenomenon in the world. The inherent superiority of some castes and the inferiority of others is one of Hinduism’s central elements, and when a person is born into a particular caste, it is not possible to change one’s caste to another. Nepalese society functions under this rigid caste system, and there are four major castes that have been “fixed” into two basic social characteristics; the so-called “touchable” and the so-called “untouchable”. The social function of the “untouchable” refers to caste, work, and descent-based discrimination. The dominant social orders of the “touchables” are violating the most basic goal of society to guarantee security & happiness for people known as Dalit.
A Case Study on Ghale Gaon
In current world, the rural and its development is considering as a phenomena for new break. Scene, scenery, environmental richness and its promotion and protection are increasingly regarded as an imperative element. Historical monuments
Status of Women in Nepal
In the world even though women are the major founders of the society, yet women have not achieved equality with men. Of the world’s 1.3 billion poor people, it is estimated that nearly 70 per cent are women. Between 75 and 80 per cent of the world’s 27 million refugees are women. There are many countries where women are second-class citizens. No matter how talented they are, they never get a chance to develop. A lot of countries are there where women are treated as subordinate and second class citizen, though the equal rights is preserved in the constitution.
A STUDY OF TELEVISION TALK SHOWS IN NEPALESE CHANNELS (Special Focus on Audience Preferences & Media House Preferences)
A STUDY OF TELEVISION TALK SHOWS IN NEPALESE CHANNELS Special Focus on Audience Preferences & Media House Preferences Brief Summary The main objectives of the study ” A Study of Television Talk Shows in Nepalese Channels (Special Focus on Audience Preferences & Media House Preferences)” are: a. Assessing the viewers’ (audiences) preferences concerning […]
Mission for Delivering Relief Measures to Displaced People of Saptakoshi River
Mission for Delivering Relief Measures to Displaced People of Saptakoshi River Background: As we know that our country is in deep sorrow because more than 50,000 people have been rendered homeless and several have gone missing since the Saptakoshi River damaged two dam spurs and flooded human settlements in Sunsari. The victims are prayerful […]
“Women in First Republic Government”
Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal formed 24-member cabinet comprising 11 ministers from CPN- Maoist, 6 from CPN- UML, 4 from Madhesi Janadhikar Forum and one each from Janamorcha Nepal, CPN- United and Sadbhawana Party.
Press Release (Appeal for Humanitarian Help)
As we all know that our country is in deep sorrow because more than 50,000 people have been rendered homeless and several have gone missing since the Saptakoshi River damaged two dam spurs and flooded human settlements in Sunsari. The victims are prayerful for the help. Expressing a deep sorrow over the incident of Sunsari […]