Oli Kicked Out, Deuba’s Fluke for the 5th Time, S. C. Bold and Bona Fide!

Oli Kicked Out, Deuba’s Fluke for the 5th Time, S. C. Bold and Bona Fide!

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July 17- In a landmark verdict comprising some 167 pages, the Supreme Court of Nepal ordered President Bishya Devi Bhandari to appoint Sher Bahadur Deuba as the successor of now caretaker Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli withing 2 days of the verdict,…

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What Is Critical Race Theory?

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July 08- James Lindsay, founder of New Discourse, discusses CRT, for PragerU here: Have you heard about Critical Race Theory? I’m guessing you probably have. It has already insinuated itself into many institutions and is making rapid progress into others. If it…

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Human Rights During the Pandemic

Human Rights During the Pandemic

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July 05- Human Rights Measurement Initiative has published a detailed review of human rights situation across the world, excerpts are here: In February and March 2021,  surveyed human rights practitioners in 39 countries1 about the state of human rights in their country…

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Rupa Sunar defamer is a RSS and India EMbassy Agent- Diyopost.com

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July 01- Bikash Kumatr Thakur, chair of Nepal Foundation, whose junior brother runs Nepal Pana, is reportedy an Indian agent and a RSS Nepal chapter leader- a long write-up by Diyopost.com shows. You can read the rather long write-up here: काठमाडौं, १६…

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Caste-based Discrimination, Obscurantism, and Nepali Elites

Caste-based Discrimination, Obscurantism, and Nepali Elites

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June 25, Kathmandu- On June 20, Saraswati Pradhan, resident in Babarmahal of Kathmandu, was arrested on the charge of refusing to let journalist Rupa Sunar rent a flat of her house due to her caste. Sunar,  a TV journalist, had filed a complaint…

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India’s COVID-19 Crisis: An Opportunity to Recover Inter-Faith Fraternity

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June 04- The crisis has seen Indians from all faiths and ethnicities coming together to save lives. By Tehmina Arora May 25, 2021 Amid the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in India, there’s a glimmer of hope. Strangers are responding to SOS…

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Panopticons, Plethora of Bills Curbing Expression, and Dictatorial Paranoia in Nepal

Panopticons, Plethora of Bills Curbing Expression, and Dictatorial Paranoia in Nepal

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June 04- As one concerned with an individual’s freedom of conscience and expression, I have profound concern regarding the numerous ways Nepal as a state seems to be curbing fundamental rights of freedom in the long run- not only because of an…

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We Now Know Why Facebook May Have Censored the Lab Leak Theory

We Now Know Why Facebook May Have Censored the Lab Leak Theory

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June 03- Katie Pavlich  @KatiePavlich Source: (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File) For over one year, big tech companies like Twitter and Facebook have censored credible stories, sources, information and discussion about the potential that Wuhan coronavirus came from gain-of-function experiments in a Chinese…

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US’ Int’l Religious Freedom Report condemns Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, and China

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May 21- -By Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com) Int’l Religious Freedom Report condemns Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, and China On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of State published their International Religious Freedom Report for 2020, outlining the status of religious freedom and persecution around the world. In…

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Forced sterilisation and Xinjiang’s shrinking population

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May 21- Qelbinur Sedik says Chinese authorities forcibly sterilised her as part of a systematic campaign to suppress births of Uyghurs and other minorities in Xinjiang JOHN THYS AFP Beijing (AFP) She was already beyond child-bearing age, but Qelbinur Sedik says Chinese authorities…

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