Thursday, September 29, 2022
  • Citizenship for Dalits: Stories of disgrace and discrimination
    Biru Nepali, KATHMANDU:  Kabiram Kami of  Dailekh Bhagawatimai Rural Municipality-3, Meheltoli has turned 62 years now. But he is still actively fighting against the state’s discrimination and disgrace.  A citizenship certificate, in general, means easy access to the rights of citizens on the state resources but for Kabiram it has been a curse instead. He has been living a life like a hell for the last 33 years ever since he received his citizenship certificate in 1990 from Dailekh.  People …
  • Removing reservation against the spirit of constitution says Madhesi Commission 
    Biru Nepali KATHMANDU: Chairman of the Madhesi Commission Dr. Bijay Kumar Dutta has said removing reservations would be against the spirit of the constitution because the constitution has guaranteed it. Dr. Dutta’s statement has come at a time when the National Inclusion Commission has published a report saying the existing reservation policy should end soon. Speaking at a function ‘Interaction on the reservation with stakeholders of civil society leaders’ at Madhesi Commission at Janakpur on …
  • Citizenship for Dalits: Stories of disgrace and discrimination
    Biru Nepali, KATHMANDU:  Kabiram Kami of  Dailekh Bhagawatimai Rural Municipality-3, Meheltoli has turned 62 years now. But he is still actively fighting against the state’s discrimination and disgrace.  A citizenship certificate, in general, means easy access to the rights of citizens on the state resources but for Kabiram it has been a curse instead. He has been living a life like a hell for the last 33 years ever since he received his citizenship certificate in 1990 from Dailekh.  People become happy when they get a citizenship certificate but Kabiram brought pain and suffering along with the document. He was given ‘dog’ as his name …
  • Removing reservation against the spirit of constitution says Madhesi Commission 
    Biru Nepali KATHMANDU: Chairman of the Madhesi Commission Dr. Bijay Kumar Dutta has said removing reservations would be against the spirit of the constitution because the constitution has guaranteed it. Dr. Dutta’s statement has come at a time when the National Inclusion Commission has published a report saying the existing reservation policy should end soon. Speaking at a function ‘Interaction on the reservation with stakeholders of civil society leaders’ at Madhesi Commission at Janakpur on Thursday Dr Dutta said it is everyone’s responsibility to uphold the provisions of the constitution and the reservation policy plays an important role …
  • KC to represent Nepali community at the first Asian Affairs Advisory Council For NYC Mayor 
    Biru Nepali KATHMANDU, AUGUST 17. New York City Mayor Eric Adams has formed the first Asian Affairs Advisory Council for the mayor including dignitaries from various backgrounds including a representative of the Nepali community. The New York City government has nominated 21 members from diverse backgrounds including Nabaraj KC, a Nepali-origin businessman, and a realtor. The Council was established to advise the mayor’s office regarding the welfare of the Asian community.  “The very first Asian Affairs Advisory Council for Mayor Eric Adams will serve as a bridge between city government and Asian American & Pacific Islander communities …

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