Saddam Execution Mockery of Human Rights Standards
Publish Date :January 3, 2007  

Anyone could notice the irony that the US flag was flying at half-mast on the day Saddam was executed! These are not my words. These are the words of millions who live with the virtue of the rights. Probably all of us, but at least not Saddam Hussein....

Violence against Women during Armed Conflict
Publish Date :June 9, 2006  

Violence against women is not accidental. It is a weapon of war, a tool used to achieve military objectives such as ethnic cleansing, spreading political terror, breaking the resistance of a community, intimidation or to extract information. It has b....

Democracy is not exogenous for us
Publish Date :April 18, 2006  

Nepal represents old civilization with a known history of thousand of years and having a distinct cultural identity of its own. One must always remember that Nepal is the inheritor of culturally rich civilization rooted to Vedic period. So no politic....

Maoist Insurgency and Theory of Probability
Publish Date :February 7, 2006  

Maoist insurgency is undoubtedly the major issue that has to be resolved before the country can take steps forward in any direction. Nepal has been paid much for this. It is high time both the Maoists and the government should leave the path of viole....

Journalist as Human Rights Defender
Publish Date :January 26, 2006  

A journalist is a person who practices journalism. He/she is a professional communicator working for the flow of news through mass media such as newspapers, magazines, television, radio, film and the Internet. Journalists find the sources for their r....

Obstruction to the “Global Village”
Publish Date :January 16, 2006  

Since Nepal has been a part of world-society we mustn’t only address the local scenario but at the same time an eye on the whole world. We are in such civilization that the internationalization process has been fastened. We are in global-econom....