Monday , 21st January 2019



Monday , 21st January 2019

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Government Decides to Provide Rs 5,00,000 To The Families of Conflict Victims

The government has decided to provide Rs 5,00,000 to the victim’s family of those killed and enforcedly disappeared during armed conflict according to Prime Minister Puspa Kamal Dahal. Prime Minister Dahal  while meeting with the representatives of Martyr and disappeared people  said that the fund will be provided as per the ....

Post Update :August 17, 2016,  
Workshop  Meeting Commences on UPR Recommendations Received on Child Rights

A two days work shop meeting on discussion of recommendations received during Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on Child Rights has been organised in Lalitpur from August 16. The meeting was organised in coordination with Children Peace Zone and Child Protection campaign. The participants of the workshop meeting will collect variou....

Post Update :August 17, 2016,  
Writ Lodged At SC Demanding Not to Provide Fund to Disqualified Combatant

A writ has been registered at Supreme Court on August 16 against the government decision to provide Rs 200,000 each to disqualified Maoist combatant stating that the decision not being lawful. The writ was lodged by conflict victim Gyanendra Raj Raran of Puranagaun-5, Ramechhap along with 129 people. Prime Minister and cabinet mi....

Post Update :August 16, 2016,  
Sentence for One Year Three Months on Charge of Attempted rape

The District Court of Udayapur has ordered to sentence 14-year-old boy for one year and three months on charge of attempting to rape an 18 years old girl however his sentence has been postponed as the accused is under aged. The verdict was given by a single bench of judge Mahendra Bahadur Karki. Along with court verdict, his sent....

Post Update :August 16, 2016,  
Court Orders to Sentence Husband for 24 Days On Charge of Domestic Violence

The District Court of Arghakhanchi has ordered to sentence Puna Ram Bhusal,33 for 24 days on charge of committing a domestic violence on August 15 against his wife Srijana Bhusal,29 of Kerunga VDC-2. The court has also ordered a penalty of Rs 10,000 from the accused. A single bench of district court judge Keshav Prasad Bastola ha....

Post Update :August 16, 2016,  
Accused on Caste Discrimination Arrested

Lila Bahadur B.K, 29 of Bana VDC-8 was beaten by relatives of Sapana Tamang, 29 of same VDC on charge of marrying with her on August 9. The accused were arrested by the police on August 13. The accused Singha Man Tamang,26 of Bana VDC-8, Sal Bahadur Tamang, Bhala Man Tamang,28 and Rahar Man Tamang,30 had severely beaten B.K on ch....

Post Update :August 16, 2016,  
Nationwide Study Affected By General Strike

Two days general education strike enforced by Netra Bikram Chand led CPN-Maoist on August 15 has affected nationwide study of students in a first day. The study was affected after schools were forcefully closed against the norms of international Child Rights treaties and basic rights of Nepal’s constitution. ....

Post Update :August 15, 2016,  
Amnesty Cannot Be Given to a Serious Crime: Commission

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission has drawn the attention of Prime minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal stating that Human Rights violations in a serious nature of crime cannot be given amnesty. The commission’s officials met prime minister on August 15 and said that human rights violation in serious nature of crime such as murder....

Post Update :August 15, 2016,  
Seven Policemen Injured in a clash

At least seven policemen were injured in a clash with a victim’s relatives who were trying to obstruct the highway on August 15. The relative of a victim Bijaya Gurung, 35 of Lekhnath Municipality-13 who died in an accident on August 12 were in a protest demanding compensation. They have attacked and injured seven policemen in a clash. ....

Post Update :August 15, 2016,  
Human Rights Activists Warns For Saving Life of GangaMaya

The Human Rights activists have warned government to save life of Gangamaya,59 of Phujel-7 Gorkha who has been staging an indefinite hunger strike since five days. Human Rights activists Subodh Raj Pyakurel, Charan Prasain, Kapil Shrestha, Babu Ram Giri, Indra Prasad Aryal, Suman Adhikari, Ashik Ram Karki, Om Prakash Aryal includ....

Post Update :August 15, 2016,  






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