Wednesday , 22nd February 2017



Wednesday , 22nd February 2017

Morang

Human Rights Year Book Must give stress on Human Rights Protection: Chief Judge Dr Bhurtel

Chief judge of high court, Kul Ratna Bhurtel said that human rights year book must stress on protecting the human rights rather than only focusing on rights violation part. He epressed his view while speaking at an program on publicizing human rights year book 2017 in Biratnagar on February 18. He added that the constitution has given a lot of space for human rights however it is being hard to ....

Post Update :February 18, 2017,  
Maoist Cadres Misbehaves District Education Officer

The cadres of CPN Maoist, Akhil Revolutionary, led by Netra Bikram Chand, have misbehaved District Education Officer Devendra Raj Khanal in his office on January 26. The victim was smeared with black soot while he was in his office. he was accused of corruption while appointing teachers. A gro....

Post Update :January 26, 2017,  
Human Rights watch group re-formed

Informal Service Sector Center (INSEC) has re-formed District level Human Rights Watch Group under its project on initiating to make responsible stakeholders accountable by making local community aware. ....

Post Update :January 4, 2017,  
Human Rights Defender are also Defender of Democracy: Pyakurel

The former NHRC member and founder chairperson of INSEC Sushil Raj Pyakurel said that Human Rights defender also being the defender of democracy must show their solidarity to protect the democracy. He announced it while addressing the first day of eastern regional second assembly of Human Rights Defenders on November 29 in Biratn....

Post Update :November 30, 2016,  
Financial Support to a mentally retarded family member

With a coordination of INSEC eastern regional office of Biratnagar, Dynamic Morang Committee has provided a financial support of Rs 61,000 to a mentally retarded five family members of a single family at Itahara VDC- on November 4. The family was in a serious financial crisis. The locals working in South Korea have formed the Dyn....

Post Update :November 6, 2016,  
Victim’s Party Accused Police Of denying registering complain

The victim's party have accused police of denying to resister the complaint regarding the murder of Dev Kisan Mandal,50 of Sunsari Chitaha-9. However, inspector Shiva Kumar Pokhrel of Area Police Office , Duhabi said that the case is under investigation. He added that the suspicious person have been arrested and complaint can be ....

Post Update :October 18, 2016,  
Conflict Victim woman plead INSEC for justice

  Gulephun Khatun, 40 of Kadmaha-2 has urged INSEC to initiate her on providing justice. She met with eastern INSEC regional coordinator and urged for the support. Khatun said that she was given a torture by Area Police Office of Rangeli for 28 days in police custody. The victim has given a written application on October 17....

Post Update :October 17, 2016,  
Insects Found in Powder Milk

An insects were found in powder milk used for producing milk in Milk distributing unit of Biratnagar. The incident was made public after a monitoring team led by Commerce Office found insects in powder milk on September 28. The consumers said that this incident has affected the image of Milk ....

Post Update :September 29, 2016,  
Office of the Attorney General and INSEC Team Monitors Prison

The office of attorney general, INSEC, District Bar Unit, FNJ and other organizations have monitored district prison, district police office and area police of Kalyanpur on September 28. Sub-attorney general Geeta Prasad Timsina, Khem Raj Gyawali, Tikendra Dahal, assistant district attorney Badri Kumar Karki, INSEC district repre....

Post Update :September 28, 2016,  
Prison Children Gets Nutritious Food

In the occasion of Children’s Day on September 14, four dependent children in District Prison of Biratnagar were given a nutritious food. In coordination of INSEC regional office of Biratnagar with Seto Gunras and District Children Welfare Committee, one pregnant woman along with dependent children were given a nutritious food.....

Post Update :September 14, 2016,  
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,  
Awareness Program Held Against Human Trafficking

An awareness program has been organized at Rani of Biratnagar, border between Nepal and India, on September 7 on the occasion of 10th national day against Human Trafficking. Street dramas and various programs were organized at border area of Rani which has been used as a trail by Human Traffi....

Post Update :September 7, 2016,  
Female Inmates Fed With” Daar” (Festive Feast)

In a joint coordination of INSEC Biratnagar and Women Network Sunsari, female inmates at Biratnagar prison were fed with Daar (festive feast) on the occasion of Teej (women festival) on September 2. At least 66 women were fed with Daar and presented cosmetics and sanitary pads according to th....

Post Update :September 2, 2016,  
Everyone’s Support Needed To End Corruption: CJ Karki

Supreme Court Chief Justice Sushila Karki said that everyone’s support is needed to end corruption in Supreme Court and added that she will actively work to end it. Karki said that corruption in justice sector cannot be refused and to eradicate it, everyone’s support is essential. She expressed her views while speaking at int....

Post Update :August 26, 2016,  
INSEC Chairperson Stressed on Making CA Members Responsible

INSEC chairperson Subodh Raj Pyakurel stressed on making CA members more responsible in their responsibilities. He expressed his views while speaking at an interaction program with civil organised by INSEC partnership organisation, Dalit Service Society, at Raipur VDC of Saptari on August 23. ....

Post Update :August 23, 2016,  
Impunity is Obstacle in Society Development: Chairperson Pyakurel

Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC) chairperson Subodh Raj Pyakurel said that impunity has become an obstacle for social development and rights activists must be actively involved to end it. He expressed his views while speaking at the program  in Biratnagar on August 21 on a discussion program among rights activists organise....

Post Update :August 21, 2016,  
Accused of Not Registering Complaint of Untouchability by Police

The victim, Pramila B.K,35 of Sunderdulari-7, Gachiya has accused police administration of denying registering her complaint of untouchability. According to the victim, she was   severely beaten by Mandira Gurung, Ranjana Gurung and Maya Rai on June 7. The victim had tried to lodge a complaint of untouchability at District Police Office of Morang on July 26 however the police denied registeri....

Post Update :July 11, 2016,  
POLICE INITIATES INVESTIGATION AFTER COMMISSION’S CONCERN

The eastern regional police office of Biratnagar has initiated the investigation on taking custody of 46-years-old woman at area police office of Rangeli after the commission showed its concern. The woman was taken into custody by Area Police Office of Rangeli while she was seeking for the justice on an incident of attempted rape on her. The regional police office has initiated the investigatio....

Post Update :July 7, 2016,  
Demand With government to prioritize mental health

The participants of the interaction program held in Biratnagar on July 6 on "mental health , our concern" organised by NHRC regional office of Biratnagar stressed to put mental health sector in priority list. The participants of the program said that mental patients stumbling in a street can be treated but government do not give attention to it. They complained government of not allocating budg....

Post Update :July 6, 2016,  





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