Digging Out A Maoist Corpse For Medical Test

An National Human Rights team with an unidentified boy it exhumed at Mulkhola, Masanghat in Kavrepalanchowk on Wednesday. Pics by Bikash Karki via the Kathmandu Post By Kiran Chapagain The Kathmandu Post (For the record) MULKHOLA MASANGHAT, Kavre, July 5- For Tirtha Maya Tamang, a local housewife, it took over two years to see theContinue reading “Digging Out A Maoist Corpse For Medical Test”

Turning Supreme Court into Royal Court

By Kiran Chapagain Royal Nepal government desperately wants to fill up the Supreme Court positions with its supporters If you are amongst the ones who have keenly followed the heated debate over the appointment of “conservative” judges in the US Supreme Court in recent months, hold your breath for an equally pugnacious debate at home.Continue reading “Turning Supreme Court into Royal Court”

Monarchy Debated In Court, First Time in Nepal

By Kiran Chapagain on August 9th, 2005 in Eagle Eye King’s constitutionality questioned in the court for the first time in Nepal. An analysis The debate over the constitutionality of King Gyanendra has now reached to the court from the streets of the capital. Now lawyers have begun to question the constitutionality of the kingContinue reading “Monarchy Debated In Court, First Time in Nepal”

I Am Not Safe In Jail: Gagan Thapa

By Kiran Chapagain on July 28th, 2005 in Eagle Eye Gagan Thapa, Nepal’s top student leader, feels insecure in the jail. Plus, he WILL fight for the presidency of Nepal Student’s Union from inside the jail. On Wednesday morning while cooking food, I had long a long discussion with my brother about the upcoming generalContinue reading “I Am Not Safe In Jail: Gagan Thapa”