‘My dream is coming true’: the Nepalese woman who rose from slavery to politics.

Sita Chhaudry was sold as a slave at 10 years old. Starved, beaten and denied an education, she has since been elected to local government – and is determined to fight poverty and human rights abuses. To read further, please click on the link below:

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Nepal Calls Nov. 26 General Election

Nepal will hold a general election on Nov. 26, the government said on Monday, hoping to conclude a turbulent journey to democracy a decade after a civil war and the abolition of its 239-year-old monarchy. To read further, please click on the link below:

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Nepal Drains Dangerous Everest Lake

Nepal’s army says it has finished draining a dangerous glacial lake near Mount Everest to a safe level. The Imja glacial lake, at nearly 5,000m (16,400ft) high, was in danger of flooding downstream settlements, trekking trails and bridges. Imja is one of thousands of glacial lakes in the Himalayas. The lake,

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Nepal Proposes Rail and Road Links to China

Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Ramesh Lekhak proposed to the Chinese Transport Minister to link Nepal’s border with road and railway connectivity.  That was followed by Chinese President Xi Jinping’s assurance to Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal that the Chinese government is ready to initiate construction work on the cross-border railway link between the

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Nepal Chief Justice Sushila Karki Suspended

Nepal’s first female chief justice has been suspended after an impeachment motion filed against her was signed by members of parliament. Click on Link below to read more.

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