Biased Narrative of HRW Report on #Nepal

Prem Dhakal Does Human Rights Watch (HRW) believe that people migrating within Nepal have no say about provincial delineation of the place where they live now, while those coming from India like Rajendra Mahato should have a greater say over delineation of the whole stretch of Terai? Why is the narrative of Human Rights WatchContinue reading “Biased Narrative of HRW Report on #Nepal”

Rights and Wrongs. Two Photos, Two Stories. Justice and Injustice. Nepal

Two powerful images were splashed on the front pages of Nepali newspapers over the past week. Lets start with the most recent one- that of the former Maoist combatants- smiling to cameras, holding and kissing their kids with their wives by their side- who have been integrated into the Nepali army as officers. A reporterContinue reading “Rights and Wrongs. Two Photos, Two Stories. Justice and Injustice. Nepal”

Human Rights in Nepal: from American eyes

The U.S. Department of State released its annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices on Thursday, March 11th in Washington, DC. The congressionally mandated reports cover internationally recognized individual, civil, political, and worker rights, as set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Releasing the report in Washington D.C., Secretary of State Hillary ClintonContinue reading “Human Rights in Nepal: from American eyes”

NEPAL Rights Situation: As Seen By Uncle Sam

The United States’ 2005 Human Rights Report on Nepal (and other countries) was released on March 8, 2006 in Washington D.C. Below is major part of the report. Detail is available here. Nepal is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary form of government and a population of approximately 25 million. On February 1, King GyanendraContinue reading “NEPAL Rights Situation: As Seen By Uncle Sam”