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Update of July 1 Regarding COVID-19 Infection 

The number of COVID-19 infected people has reached 979,729 after additional 35 new cases were detected positive in Nepal on July 1, 2022. According to the Ministry of Health and Population, 967,480 of the total infected have recovered, and the recovery rate has reached 98.8% along with the 15 latest recovered. There are 297 active infected cases at present. ....

July 1, 2022  
Accused of Rape Arrested

Police have arrested 23-year-old Bhikhari Raya Yadav of Basbariya Rural Municipality-6 Soharwa on June 29, 2022, on the charge of raping a 17-year-old girl. The victim had lodged a complaint at the District Police Office, Malangwa on June 30 accusing the Yadav of raping the girl on May 28. Accor....

July 1, 2022  
Accused of Rape Arrested

Police have arrested Tanka Bahadur BK, 40, of Mulpani in Tripura Sundari Rural Municipality-3 on June 30, 2022, on the charge of raping a five-year-old girl. According to DSP Jageshwor Bhandari, the victim’s family lodged a complaint at the District Police Office on June 30 alleging that the girl was raped on June 29 and had....

July 1, 2022  
Relief Provided to Needy Families in Coordination with Human Rights Group

The Human Rights Group Bandganga formed by INSEC has provided relief materials to Ghaughi Tharu, 61, of Bandganga Municipality-11, Southern Chetiya in coordination with Bandganga Municipality. The chairperson of the group, Indira Shrestha informed that the relief package includes groceries, household supplies, vegetables, fruits a....

July 1, 2022  
Network Formed Against Child Marriage, INSEC Becomes Member

A network was formed in Dailekh against Child Marriage. The network was formed on June 29 with 11 members including Informal Sector Service Centre (INSEC) under the coordination of SOSEC Nepal at a meeting of active civil society organizations in Dailekh. The co-coordinator of the network are Seto Gurans Child Development Services....

July 1, 2022  
Accused of Attempt to Murder Arrested

Police have arrested Ujjwal Chanara, 42, of Tulsipur Sub-Metropolitan-9 on June 28 on the charge of trying to kill his wife Maya Shrestha, 28, by sprinkling petrol in her room. According to the victim, the accused had sprinkled petrol in the room, set it on fire and locked the room. DSP Shyamu A....

July 1, 2022  

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Increase in the Cases of Violation of Code of Conduct by Political Parties (Photo Feature)

As the date of local level election is approaching, the incidents of violation of the elec....

May 5, 2022
Activities of Political Parties Against the Code of Conduct of Election (Photo Feature)

After the Election Commission fixed the date for conducting the local level election 2079 ....

May 2, 2022
Photo Feature- Clash During the Protest of MCC

After the project of the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) was presented at the House....

February 21, 2022

INSEC Activities

Pre-review Session for Nepal Human Rights Year Book 2023 Completed 

The Pre-publication review program on the documented cases for Nepal Human Rights Year Book 2023 has....

June 22, 2022  
Monitoring group demands for basic rights 

The municipal level human rights monitoring group operated by Informal Sector Service Centre (INSEC)....

June 20, 2022  
Half-yearly review for the publication of Nepal Human Rights Year Book Completed 

Informal Sector Service Centre (INSEC) has completed the half-yearly review of  Nepal Human Rights ....

June 17, 2022  

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Consumer Rights Is Basic Human Rights

Advocate Jyoti Baniya is the Chairperson of Forum for Protection of Consumer Rights-Nepal. In an Interview with INSEConline’s Editor Ramesh Prasad Timalsina, Baniya, also the member of INSEC shares about the importance of protecting the rights of consumers. Here is an edited excerpt from the conver....

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COVID-19: Emphasis on Adherence to Health Protocol

Ramesh Prasad Timalsina Nepali Editor, INSEConline According to a report released by the Ministry of Health and Population every day, the infection rate of ....

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Let us unite to protect human rights

One of the major task of Informal Sector Service Centre (INSEC) is to monitor human rights status which it has been doing since the day of its establishment. The Nepal Human Rights Yearbook 2022 has been published as a report of the human rights status from January 1 to December 31, 2021. It is the compilation of the....

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Let Us End Caste-Based Discrimination

The perception and struc....

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Reporter of the Month

Nanda Singh
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Nanda Singh of Humla has been declared as the best representative of the month of June, 2022. Singh has been working for the human rights documentation and dissemination in Humla district and is interested in writing on economic, social and cultural rights as well as various contemporary issues of human rights.

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