Stories By 'ANURAG DEVKOTA'
Why is it that we are still struggling with high infant and maternal mortality rates in Nepal? Why is unaffordable healthcare killing as many people as natural disasters? Why are migrant workers returning to the country in coffins? Why does it take years to fix the smallest potholes on public roads?
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The victims of the conflict that afflicted Nepal from 1996 to 2006 are no longer buying into the idea that the current transitional justice apparatus will uphold post-conflict justice.
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Foreign employment serves to be the strongest pillar in engendering employment options for a large number of the young Nepali population.
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Nepal is a small country which hosts problems as big as a continent itself. For instance, the fate of post-disaster reconstruction, post-conflict peace building, human rights abuses, economic disparity,
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Nepal’s new constitution was promulgated with a determination to fulfil the people’s aspirations for sustainable peace, good governance, development and prosperity through a federal, democratic and republican system of governance.
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In July 2015, the government decided to adopt a free-visa-free-ticket arrangement for seven labour destination countries, shifting the financial cost associated with recruitment to the employer.
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