“How can we argue that those victims whose loved ones disappeared should simply forget?”

Interview with human rights activist Mandira Sharma

Government inaction leads to impunity

New HRW report highlights human rights abuses in post-conflict Nepal

Let the sky fall

In her debut novel, Pakistani writer takes a stand against injustice in a tale that travels from Lahore to New York

“Pay Qatar's World Cup workers”

With two-month to go for 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, human rights groups have urged FIFA’s sponsors to compensate workers involved...

UN censures censors

The United Nations has singled out 42 countries (out of 193 member states) for condemnation– virtually blacklisting them– for retaliating against human...

“Nepal should make decisions for Nepal’s good”

Out-going US Ambassador to Nepal Randy Berry speaks to Nepali Times about his four-year tenure which was marked by the Covid-19 pandemic, the rancorous...

Addressing Nepal's digital divide

Human rights may be one way to narrow the digital technology gap between Kathmandu and Kalikot

Sakar Pudasaini

US Embassy hosts Democracy Summit

The US Embassy in Nepal hosted a Summit for Democracy on the eve of a Summit to be convened by President Joe...

Bhutan’s refugees between hope and despair

It has been a long time since the government of Bhutan washed its hands off the refugees it created, and their future.Most...

Nepal Speaker’s IPU trip slammed

A network of 24 civil society groups have demanded that the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) withdraw its invitation to House Speaker Agni Sapkota to attend...

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