Stories By 'MEERA RAJBHANDARI AMATYA'
High profile Indian journalist Gauri Lankesh was recently found dead in the city of Bangalore.
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It was a cold December night in Japan. Two friends and I were going to Khameyama railway station by taxi.
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The Tarani Bahal Guthi, a cultural society from Makhan Tol which once had a membership of 64 families, now only has five members. Rabindra Lal Shrestha, a former member of Parliament and a member of the guthi, said that when he was a small boy, he had heard from his grandfather and great-grandfather that it owned 84 ropanis of land, the rent from which was used to finance its operation.
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Back in the Panchayat era, Bir Nemawang was jailed when he taught in the Limbu language because except for Newari and Maithili, it was illegal to provide education in the mother tongues of different indigenous communities.
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News reports of incidences of rape have become commonplace in the Nepali media. Reading these headlines reminds me
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The media’s role is vital in informing people about what to do before, during and after natural disasters
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