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Khushbu's Journal

In Solidarity and support of Shadi Sadr

HI Everybody Got this in my e-mail and i think we should all do something about it.. … Read More»

My encounter with a thief

A very unpleasant incident happened today. A thief entered my aunt’s house in Chhetrapati, Kathmandu (the place where I stay) at around 7:00 PM, when everybody was wide awake, busy with their chores. … Read More»

VOF Month 1 (The Angel of Mercy)

A thousand things play in my head as I wait for Ms Anuradha Koirala to come to her office. “She does not talk much to journalists.” I remember one of my friends telling me. … Read More»

Murdered brutally

Dear all, … Read More»

Interview Subjects

Dear all These are three women i have short-listed for interview. Please help me decide on who should i interview. I am really confused. Anuradha Koirala … Read More»

Witchcraft--A curse to women in Nepal

The first headline I read in a national daily goes like this: “Superstitious locals beat ‘witch’ to a pulp.” It grabs my attention and I read the news. I am bewildered. … Read More»

Transforming Communities and Transforming Lives

Dr Edonna Alexandria, a double PhD holder in Religious Studies and African Philosophy, is a reflection of her name-which means “one who has eyes and face of the sun.” In forty-three years of her life, … Read More»

Quota: A Tool to Engender Politics?

For centuries, men have claimed their ascendancy over women in all spheres of public life. Politics, being an influential and powerful social institution, has not been spared. … Read More»

Dedicated to my mother

Nepalese all around the country and abroad celebrated Mother's Day on Saturday, April 25.This day is also known as Mata Tirtha Aunsi because it falls on the last day of the dark moon fortnight of the … Read More»

VOF Week 4: (The World through my eyes: Safer and better place to live in)

It is said that mankind is complex beyond comprehension. I cannot, of course, speak for every other individual on this earth, but I believe that I’m not a very difficult person to understand. … Read More»

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