WOULD YOU FLIP A COIN TO DECIDE TO LIVE OR DIE ?

WOULD YOU FLIP A COIN TO DECIDE TO LIVE OR DIE ?

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October 07- -Aly Alias Stephen Nah No this is not a #squidgame event or scenario. There was no money, no debt involved. Just a desperate person. The date was 13 June 2003. I was flipping a coin to decide if I should end my…

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International Day of Peace greetings by IPFN

International Day of Peace greetings by IPFN

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September 21, Kathmandu- Interfaith Peace Federation Nepal (IPFN) has wished peace to all on the occasion of Internaional Day of Peace, also called the World Peace Day. The press release signed by Dr. Mahendra Bhattarai, General Secretary of IPFN, states that Nepal…

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22 years of service to the victims of trafficking by Asha Nepal marked

22 years of service to the victims of trafficking by Asha Nepal marked

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September 04, Lalitpur- Asha Nepal marked its 22 years of service to the victims of trafficking as well as rape, and other vulnerable people. It was the 22nd Annual General Assembly of the foundation, where the inmates of Asha Nepal shared their…

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Whither Now? IPFN to mobilize Faith Leaders and Activists to address Gender-based Violence

Whither Now? IPFN to mobilize Faith Leaders and Activists to address Gender-based Violence

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September 03, Lalitpur- Interfaith Peace Federation Nepal (IPFN) conducted a 2-day training for faith leaders and activists/NGO workers last week. Global scenario was reviewed and ut was found that even developed countries like France, GBV has incresaed at an alarming rate. Also,…

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Faith Leaders and Rights Activists come together to address GBV issues in COVID-19 in Community

Faith Leaders and Rights Activists come together to address GBV issues in COVID-19 in Community

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August 29, Lalitpur- A training on “Training National-level Faith Leaders on GBV issues raised due to COVID-19 in Community ” started today with prayers by faith leaders from various faith communities, at Siddhartha Cottage in Lalitpur. The training was organized by  (IPFN),…

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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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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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My experience in working for COVID-19 kits and relief support

My experience in working for COVID-19 kits and relief support

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June 06- It deeply hurts to see people suffer from and die of causes which could have been greatly curbed and avoided. So, I was moved to make every effort to contribute in that direction, with all my experience and background in…

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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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Change Action Nepal and Samata Media Center help the poor

Change Action Nepal and Samata Media Center help the poor

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June 03- Change Action Nepal, collaborated with Samata Media Center and Milan Pariyar for distribution of food and relief packages to 100 badi and other minority families in Province 7. They also provided the families with  hand-made mask. “Thank you everyone who…

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