Stories By 'Pranaya SJB Rana'
For any reader of this country’s English language newspapers, Shradha Ghale is a familiar name. Her non-fiction reporting has appeared in a great many periodicals and newspapers, including this one.
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Gaurab Thakali’s artwork is alive. The vibrant colours pulsate, as if breathing, and his fluid strokes undulate, as if constantly moving. Each piece of art has a distinctive palate, full of lush blues, vivid purples, deep greens and flamboyant yellows—
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In the years since the incidents described by the two women, Keshav Sthapit ran in the legislative elections from Province 3, won, and last year was appointed the Physical Infrastructure Minister for the province.
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The first room is that of unbridled expression, free of form and free even of thought. Empty walls, white and unblemished, invite all to draw, scribble, graffiti. This is the room where we are all children, a time when thought doesn’t interfere in expression. Infants, children in time, unthinking, unblinking, with our entire lives ahead of us, nothing but a blank canvas.
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Ever since #MeToo landed in India, many had hoped that the movement would hop the border into Nepal and lead to the exposure of predators in powerful positions. However, most women sharing their #MeToo stories in Nepal have largely refrained from naming and shaming the perpetrators and instead, centred around making public the incidents they went through and expressing solidarity with other women.
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Jha, who is from Nepal, is just one of the influential Indian media, film and art personalities who has been accused of sexual harassment and misconduct in what is being seen as India’s long overdue #MeToo movement.
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