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The government's decision to host the glitzy show, which moves across the world every year, has drawn criticism from various sections of the society.
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Experts say such a move could defeat the whole purpose of holding human rights violators to account, especially when government authorities themselves are involved in the offences.
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Thailand’s Constitutional Court on Thursday ordered the dissolution of an opposition party for nominating the king’s sister as its candidate for prime minister in a March 24 election.
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The sister of Thailand’s king entered the race to become prime minister on Friday as the candidate of a populist party, an unprecedented foray into politics by a royal that instantly upended the first election since a 2014 military coup.
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Dispute between then chief administrative officer Chakra Pandey and Deputy Mayor Sita Neupane at the Ghorahi Sub-metropolitan City, of Dang district, over the order of precedence resulted in Pandey leaving the local level a few months ago.
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Born to the formerly untouchable Badi community, in Salyan, Uma Devi Badi has always lived in poverty and discrimination. But today, Uma Devi is a well-known human rights activist who has dedicated her life to advocating for the rights of the Badi community, spearheading many rallies and demonstrations for the rights of the Badi community.
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