Ethnicity and inclusion is a prime talk in the current context of crisis after the promulgation of historic constitution inRead more
Indian parliamentarians held a detailed session in the upper house of the Parliament of India on the situation of NepalRead more
Nepal should resolve the crisis through holding serious dialogue with the Madhesis said Prof Dr. Krishna Hachhethu, the famous political analysts of Nepal.
During the interaction program held at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) he said that the present crisis is a political one and it should be dealt by through political dialogue. He added that there is no point blaming India for the crisis.Read more
– Anshuman Chaudhary Dashain celebrations have ended and Madhes locals are anxiously waiting for Chhath. Janakpur celebrates this festival withRead more
By Sumana Shrestha Whenever people think it is Madhes that is creating the problem for the entire nation, my heartRead more
A diary, of a youth from Madhesh, his inner calling to be in Madhesh to be the part of revolution, frustration from failed government and yet, hope for a better future!Read more
Nepal UPR will begin on 04 November, 2015 in Geneva, Switzerland. ‘UPR’ stands for Universal Periodic Review. If you areRead more
This is our attempt to estimate the impact on economy, industry, banks, and education due to the unrest in TaraiRead more
Guest Post by शालिक शाह नेपाल देश काठमाडौँ खाडल भित्र सिमित छ जस्तो लाग्छ। बाहिर के भै’राछ कसैलाई चासो छैन।Read more
No one should not use “vested interests, conspiracy, hidden-agenda” etc. as a ruse to block the progressive amendment in the constitution.
. Those who are against the amendment, just because the constitution is neo-natal, are in-fact knowingly/unknowingly/naively institutionalizing the discrimination against women and marginalized communities. If a child is born with certain medical condition, it is not particularly smart to avoid medicine, just because it is a neo-natal.Read more