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आफ्नै छोराछोरीलाई ‘ठूलो रक्तपात’मा होम्ने ताकत छ संग्रौलाजी ?   Leave a comment

Posted डिसेम्बर 27, 2015 by subbaparu in Uncategorized

#Nepal: Madhesi groups have the highest representation in government jobs   Leave a comment

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Posted डिसेम्बर 20, 2015 by subbaparu in Uncategorized

Fuel shortage impedes winter relief in Nepal | Plan International   Leave a comment


Posted डिसेम्बर 12, 2015 by subbaparu in Uncategorized

India puts #Nepal on Ventilator Support by Blockading the Country’s Imports (BBC Report)   Leave a comment

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(Translation of a report by senior journalist Anil Yadav, first published in BBC Hindi. You can read the original report here. A Nepali translation of the report is available on the BBC Nepali website.)

Translated by nepalforeignaffairs.com team.

bbc hindiThe slogan of Bajaj’s Pulsar motorbike roars, “Fear the Black.”

In these times of blockade on Nepal, Indian villages surrounding the border town of Sunauli just love this motorbike as the biggest means of petrol black-marketing into Nepal simply because its fuel tank holds 15 liters.

Read: A controlled Indian blockade on Nepal (BBC report)

Unemployed and students hire a Pulsar for 300 rupees a day, get the tank filled for 70 rupees per liter and sell it for 125-130 rupees a liter in Nepal right across the border.

Whoever makes more trips makes the evening more colorful. Other motorbikes are also used for petrol smuggling but profits are…

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Posted डिसेम्बर 11, 2015 by subbaparu in Uncategorized

#IndiaBlockadesNepal: UN aid agencies and partners appeal for access to life-saving medical supplies in #Nepal   Leave a comment

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4d544f5c-91c6-499c-8909-684687524e35 Picture: @unicef_nepal

United Nations agencies and their aid partners based in Kathmandu have expressed their deepest concern over critical and growing shortages of lifesaving medicines and supplies across Nepal.

The agencies urged all sides to address restrictions on the import and free movement of essential supplies including vaccines, drugs and other medical goods as a means of respecting and facilitating the human rights to access quality health care services.

“The health and humanitarian implications of the present scenario are grave,” read a joint statement by World Health Organization (WHO), United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef), United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), Department for International Development (DFID), German Development Cooperation (GDC, GIZ, KfW), and Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).

“In recognition of the right to timely access to quality health care services, as enshrined in the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and as detailed in…

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Posted डिसेम्बर 9, 2015 by subbaparu in Uncategorized