Stories By 'Tsering D Gurung'
After finding out they were duped by the employment agency that sent them to work at a factory in the northeastern Chinese city of Dandong, a group of Nepali women had reached out to officials at the Nepal Embassy in Beijing asking for help.
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After failing to agree upon the final draft of the Citizenship Amendment Bill, the State Affairs and Good Governance Committee, in March, had  formed a sub-committee tasked with forging all-party consensus on contentious provisions.
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It was around 11pm and the streets were deserted. Nirman Shrestha and his girlfriend had just dropped off their friend at his home in Sanepa and were driving down the street connecting Sanepa to the Ring Road when they were abruptly stopped by two policemen.
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On Saturday, immigration officials denied an American citizen entry into Nepal, and after holding him in interrogation for several hours, sent him back to the United States the same night.
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On June 20, Chinese Ambassador to Nepal Hou Yanqi announced her arrival on Twitter—a platform banned in China—with a tweet about a conference on the Belt and Road Initiative.
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The arrest of comedian Pranesh Gautam earlier this month for a video, where he disparages a recently released Nepali film, sparked conversations about the declining state of freedom of expression and civil liberties in the country.
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