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Why we migrate?

Why we migrate?

It all started with monarchy and centralized authoritarian, Hindu caste base style of governance, were only people in centers like Kathmandu, Pokhara, Biratnagar, Janakpur, Jhapa etc. 718 more words

Kathmandu

Rewarding the perpetrators

J B Pun

24 JULY 2009

* It was still dark when the bus, carrying passengers to Kathmandu to celebrate Eid, started burning. Those who were awake were saved, but five, including eight-year-old Kajol Khatun died in the fire. 540 more words

Maoist Insurgency

Forced indoctrination

Students in Palpa mistook visiting journalists for Maoists and fled, fearing abduction

JB PUN MAGAR

17 SEPT 2004

Aside from closing down most schools, the Maoists have intensified the forced indoctrination of children in west Nepal as part of a recruitment campaign. 921 more words

Maoist Insurgency

Vigilante justice

JB Pun Magar

06 MAY 2005

BARGADAWA-The vigilantes that started with the intention of fighting injustice at the hands of the Maoists, is now following their lead by torturing, looting and killing innocent civilians. 542 more words

Maoist Insurgency

Maoist 2/3 election strategy

J B PUN MAGAR

(07 MAY 2010 – 13 MAY 2010

BHANU BHATTARAI

To understand the current nationwide mischief of the Maoists, you have to rewind to the Shaktikhor Tapes of 2008. 631 more words

Maoist Insurgency

The Maoist army is playing coy

JB PUN MAGAR in PALPA

17 NOV 2006 – 23 NOV 2006


JB PUN

The Maoists say their ‘People’s Liberation Army’ (PLA) is 35,000-strong. Why, then, did the UN team, led by General Jan Erik Wilhelmsen, see barely 200 soldiers at each of the proposed cantonment sites in Kailali, Surkhet, Rolpa, Palpa, Kabhre, Sindhuli, and Ilam? 168 more words

Maoist Insurgency

The return of the vigilantes

Another spiral of violence and revenge

JB PUN in RUPENDEHI

10 FEB 2006 – 16 FEB 2006


JB PUN

When Ramjas Chamar was abducted from his… 537 more words

Maoist Insurgency