Sunday , 17th February 2019



Sunday , 17th February 2019

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Lack of nutritious food Affecting children in prison

There has been a shortages in nutritious food for the dependent children of women inmates in the district prison of Morang. The shortages is due to the government being unable to provide nutritious food to the dependent children and those born inside the prison. Cell guard Jannat Khatun of Wom....

Post Update :September 13, 2016,  
Bill Regarding Commissions sent to Parliament Secretariat

The government has sent six bills to the Parliament Secretariat regarding commission on September 13. The ministry of law, justice and the Ministry of parliamentarian provision has sent the bills regarding the provision going to be made on National Dalit Commission, National Inclusive Commission, Indigenous community Commission, Madhesi Commission, Tharu Commission ....

Post Update :September 13, 2016,  
Rape Accused Arrested

The District Police Office of Chitwan has arrested 47 years old Bhagwan Yadav of Bharatpur sub-metropolis-4 on September 13 on  charge of raping a 33 years old woman on September 3. The victim had lodged a complaint at DPO on September 12 and the accused was arrested on the same day for further investigation according to SP Basa....

Post Update :September 13, 2016,  
Accused Rapist Arrested

The Area Police Office of Golbazar  have arrested 42 years old Ganga Paswan of Gol Bazar Municipality-6 on September 11 on charge of raping a 15 years old girl. The victim had lodged a complaint at Area Police Office of Golbazar on September 11 accusing him of raping her on September 10. Insp....

Post Update :September 13, 2016,  
Lack of Land-ownership certificate deprived victims from grant

One hundred thirty seven earthquake victims of Attarapur VDC-8 have been deprived from receiving grant agreement for reconstruction due to lack of having land-ownership certificate. According to local people, there was a clash between communist and Pradhan Pancha at the time of cadastral survey in 1985 due to which the government....

Post Update :September 12, 2016,  
Three Bills On Justice, Passed

The meeting held by Legislative Parliament on September 11 has passed three bills on torture. The bills presented by Law, justice and parliamentary affairs minister Ajaya Shankar Nayak on Justice  Service Commission 2073, Justice Council bill 2073 and justice administrative bill 2073 were passed. ....

Post Update :September 12, 2016,  
Commission’s Disagreement on Transitional Justice Draft Bill

The National Human Rights Commission’s (NHRC) chairperson Anup Raj Sharma said that the commission has a disagreement over the draft bill of transitional justice. He expressed his views while speaking at the discussion program with Human Rights activists at INSEC western regional office on September 10 and added that the draft ....

Post Update :September 12, 2016,  
Accused Rapist Arrested

Police have arrested 26-year-old Prince Pandey (Santosh) of Pharsitikar -5, Sauraha on charge of raping three and a half year-old girl. The victim's parents had lodged complaint at District Police Office on September 8 accusing him of raping a girl on September 7. According to the Police Inspe....

Post Update :September 12, 2016,  
Accused of Murdering Over Dowry Dispute

The paternal party of Najma Khatun, 28 of Lumbini Municipality-4 have accused that she was murdered by her family on September 6 over a dowry dispute. The victim’s brother Badare Alam said that his sister was being tortured mentally and physically by her husband on charge of not able to bring four wheel car in a dowry. ....

Post Update :September 12, 2016,  
Court Orders to Record Ganga Maya’s Statement

The District Court of Chitwan has ordered to record a statement of Ganga Maya Adhikari on September 11, who has resumed fast-unto-death strike in Bir Hospital demanding justice over the murder of her son during Maoist insurgency. As per the verdicrt by single bench of District Court judge Tek Narayan Kunwar, one officer from the ....

Post Update :September 12, 2016,  






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