Sunday , 17th February 2019



Sunday , 17th February 2019

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Case Lodged against the accused of human trafficking

Police have registered case against 35 years old Nimtenji Sherpa of Ilam Sanhejung-9 and 36 years old Kamala Rai of Sankhejung-4 on December 11 on charge of attempting to traffic 20 and 24 years old women. Police said that the women were even raped. The complaint against them was lodged at District Police Office on December 5 for....

Post Update :December 11, 2016,  
Band Enforcers Vandalizes Jeep and Motorcycles

The band enforcers have vandalized Jeep and motorcycles on the 12th day of agitation against the government’s proposal of amending constitution. The enforcers who were in demonstration from the early morning have vandalized one jeep and motorcycle at Arkhale near the district headquarters. The motorbike with registra....

Post Update :December 11, 2016,  
68th International Human Rights Day being observed Nationwide

According to INSEC Mid-regional Office, 68th international Human Rights day has been observed nationwide by organizing various awareness related program. According to INSEC Dhading District Representative Sita Ram Adhikari, an interaction program regarding the human rights situation of the distri....

Post Update :December 10, 2016,  
Tiwari Ends Hunger Strike on 18th day

  Bikash Tiwari, central chair person of Nepal Sadbhawana Party(Gajendrabadi)  has ended his hunger strike after 18 days on December 10. He was in hunger strike demanding the reformation of the Gajendra Narayan Hospital in Raj Biraj. After the four points agreement with the government in presence of Health Minister Gagan T....

Post Update :December 10, 2016,  
President Stresses on Human Rights Protection

  President Bidya Devi Bhandari stressed on implementation on fundamental rights of constitution  and Human Rights Protection and Promotion are for the prosperity of the country. While addressing on the occasion of Human Rights Day she said that implementation of these provision for the prosperity of the nation is the stat....

Post Update :December 10, 2016,  
Bisunke of Dailekh bags Bhajan Human Rights Award

Parbati Bisunke of Dailekh has been awarded this year's Bhajan Human Rights award . She was presented an award by chief judge Bishnu Prasad Koirala of Nepaljung in a program organized on the occasion of 68th International Human Rights Day on December 10th. The program was chaired by late Bhaj....

Post Update :December 10, 2016,  
Accused rapist arrested

  Police have arrested 14 years old boy on December 9 on charge of raping a 13 years old girl. The victim's father had lodged a verbal complaint at District Police Office on December 8 against the rape. After the complaint, the accused was arrested for further investigation according to DSP Rishi Ram Kandel of DPO. ....

Post Update :December 9, 2016,  
Agitators cordoned off the governmental buildings

The governmental buildings of the district has been cordoned off by the agitators against the government's proposal of amending the constitution and dividing province number 5.  The agitators surrounded the government buildings  till 12 PM and Arghakhanchi Band from 8 to 11 am. The protest was called on by the revolutionary committee of the district. ....

Post Update :December 9, 2016,  
INSEC Financially Supports People with disability

Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC) has financially supported 55 years old Kalu Ram Bhul of Sittad VDC-2 who was not able to go to Women and Children Office to make identity card due to the financial crisis. Bhul who was in a acute fin....

Post Update :December 9, 2016,  
Government Urged Through memorandum to invite United Nation’s Special Rapporteur

  A memorandum from various district of western region has been presented to the government urging to invite United Nation's special rapporteur to Nepal. A team of INSEC with Civil Society for Peace Kaski and other human rights activists have presented the memorandum to the government through western regional administrator ....

Post Update :December 9, 2016,  






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