Thursday, May 19, 2022
  • Dr. Bishnu Maya Pariyar Designated As A Women’s Advisory Board Member In Jersey City
    Nepali American prominent social leader Dr. Bishnu Maya Pariyar has been appointed to the New Jersey City as a women’s Advisory board member. Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulp’s former advisor to the diversity and inclusive Board, Dr. Pariyar, is also a Jersey City employment and training committee member. The Jersey City women’s commission was formed on January 26 under the supervision of Council President Joyce Waterman and Dr. Pariyar. Though the childhood of Bishnu Maya Pariyar was fraught with …
  • Despite law, Nepal fails to achieve Dalit women representation in wards
    This time, as many as 123 seats in local units meant for Dalit women will remain vacant as parties say they could not find candidates. Post Illustration Tika R Pradhan When Prabha Pariyar was approached with a proposition to run for ward member, she had little idea about it. “I spoke with some senior members in the community. Then some CPN-UML leaders also reached out to me,” said Prabha, 43. “Then I thought the position could be a platform for me to raise the issues of our community.” She was …
  • Dr. Bishnu Maya Pariyar Designated As A Women’s Advisory Board Member In Jersey City
    Nepali American prominent social leader Dr. Bishnu Maya Pariyar has been appointed to the New Jersey City as a women’s Advisory board member. Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulp’s former advisor to the diversity and inclusive Board, Dr. Pariyar, is also a Jersey City employment and training committee member. The Jersey City women’s commission was formed on January 26 under the supervision of Council President Joyce Waterman and Dr. Pariyar. Though the childhood of Bishnu Maya Pariyar was fraught with adversities, the problematic early life experiences instilled all the essential leadership characteristics in Dr. Pariyar. Dr. Pariyar is a role …
  • Despite law, Nepal fails to achieve Dalit women representation in wards
    This time, as many as 123 seats in local units meant for Dalit women will remain vacant as parties say they could not find candidates. Post Illustration Tika R Pradhan When Prabha Pariyar was approached with a proposition to run for ward member, she had little idea about it. “I spoke with some senior members in the community. Then some CPN-UML leaders also reached out to me,” said Prabha, 43. “Then I thought the position could be a platform for me to raise the issues of our community.” She was fielded as a member of Ward 27 of Kathmandu Metropolitan City. Since no candidacy was filed against her, she won the position unopposed long before …
  • 170 wards to remain without Dalit woman members for the next five years
    SITA BK KATHMANDU, MAY 3: With nobody filing nominations for Dalit woman members at 170 wards of the country including few at Kathmandu Valley they would remain vacant for the next five years.  According to Surya Aryal, assistant spokesperson of the Election Commission of the 6,743 wards of 753 local levels nominations for the Dalit woman members at 170 were not filed.  During the previous local level polls held in 2017, the positions of Dalit woman members were vacant at 176 wards of the country.  “Nominations of Dalit woman members improved this time with nominations filed at six more wards compared to previous polls during which 176 wards …

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