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Four Members of Same Family Fatally Buried in Landslide

The occurrence of natural disasters has increased in Koshi Province as the monsoon has begun. Four members of the same family have lost their lives due to a landslide in Phaktanglung Rural municipality-4. The landslide that took place on the night of 31 June after continuous rain killed 71-year-old Ram Bahadur Samra, 67-year-old Jasamaya Liwang Samra and nine-year-old twin girls Ganga an....

June 14, 2024  
Accused Arrested for Incest Rape

Police arrested 32-year-old man from Sinja Rural Municipality-1 on 12 June for raping his 6-year-old daughter. Inspector Umesh Chand informed that the aggrieved party had filed a complaint at the District Police Office on 11 June alleging that the accused had raped the victim on 9 June. Inspector Chand said that further investiga....

June 13, 2024  
Landslide Victims Search for Accommodation as Monsoon Begins

Thirty-three families displaced by the landslide in Gaurishankar Rural Municipality-8, Khare, are seeking temporary accommodation as this year’s monsoon begins. The landslide that occurred on August 3 last year, swept away 33 households in Khare and Bashme of Gaurishankar Rural Municipality-8, with four people being fatally buried. As this year’s monsoon....

June 13, 2024  
Accused Arrested for Killing Wife

Police arrested 65-year-old Pratap Singh Airi on 12 June for the charge of beating and killing his 60-year-old wife Suna Airi of Patan Municipality-4 Chillepani. Inspector Khem Bikram KC of District Police Office, Baitadi, informed that the accused was arrested after the victim died during treatment at the District Hospital, Dadel....

June 13, 2024  
Woman Arrested for Crime of Human Trafficking 

Police arrested 40-year-old Rampyari Mukhiya of Rupani Rural Municipality-1 and Rajbiraj Municipality-8, operator of Lakshmi Guest House, on June 10 for engaging women aged 16 to 40 in sexual acts and profiting from it. DSP Dhundiraj Neupane informed that based on the report of ASI Harendra Prasad Yadav, the District Police Office registered a case against the accus....

June 13, 2024  
Shortage of Free Medicines in Hospital Compelled Patients to Buy from Private Medicine Shops

Patients at Pashupati Chaulagain Memorial Hospital in Charikot, Bagmati are compelled to buy medicine on their own after a shortage of medicine in the hospital. The patients have expressed that the hospital charges a registration fee of Rs 25 along with additional costs for treatment from those seeking medical care. The hospital has a capacity of 50 beds, including ....

June 13, 2024  

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INSEC in People’s Movement II

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April 24, 2024
Situation of Malnutrition Concerning in Jumla

In the midst of a challenging and heart-rending situation, Harilal Budha, a 24-year-old fa....

August 11, 2023
Children from Karnali, Victims of Malnourishment 

Surkhet A small thatched, doorless hut surrounded by timbers is in a broken-down condition....

July 17, 2023

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INSEC Concludes Environmental Rights Workshop in Saptari

On July 10, Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC) Madhesh Province successfully concluded a worksho....

July 11, 2023  
244 Incidents of Human Rights Violations and Abuses Documented in Gandaki

In Gandaki Province, a total of 244 incidents of human rights violations and abuses have been record....

July 7, 2023  
Completion of Semi-Annual Review

The Informal Sector Service Centre (INSEC) Makawanpur has successfully conducted a semi-annual revie....

July 4, 2023  

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Environmental rights can only be secured through the collaboration of citizens and the government working together.

Human rights are indivisible, interconnected, and universal, and it is the government's responsibility to ensure the protection of all aspects of these rights. The authority to formulate and implement policies lies exclusively with the government. The right to a healthy environment, guar....

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Local Government is Committed to Healing Victims’ Pain

A huge property in various places in Rupandehi was damaged due to the intense fire a few days ago. The fire destroyed necessities including food, shelter, and clothes. Being the closest and reachable government to the citizens, has the government prioritized the efforts to address the immedia....

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Election Monitoring, Voter Education, and INSEC

Bijay Raj Gautam Executive Director The role of election observers is crucial in ensuring impartial elections. Election observation serves as a means to assess the legitimacy and credibility of the electoral process. It is essential for conducting elections in a fair, independent....

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Human Right Situation from January to March 2024

Between January and March of 2024, a total of 1,943 instances of human rights violations and abuses were documented. Within this timeframe, 22 individuals, comprising three women and 19 men, were victims by state party. One individual succumbed to injuries inflicted by state-fired bullets, leading to two arrests, whi....

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Toplal Aryal
Toplal Aryal

Aryal, who has been working on the documentation and dissemination of human rights in Rupendehi district, has been declared the best representative for the month of April, 2024. His work spans vital topics encompassing contemporary issues of  human rights  including economic, social and cultural rights.