A call for the wildlife

October 10, 2018 We need global commitment and coordinated actions to save the iconic endangered species from extinction, in ways that are also fair across countries This week, environment ministers and conservationists from dozens of countries, including Nepal, will be meeting in London to discuss illegal wildlife trade (IWT) and strategies to protect the world’s endangered
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Until masculinity is measured by men’s ability to shuttle back and forth from one wife to another, gender equality will remain an elusive quest in Nepal Every year, I get bombarded by emails from Nepali websites as Nepali Father’s Day nears. Looking at the records of my history of sent gifts, it is normal for
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To restore UN’sstanding and influence to the level it attained under Annan will require stronger support from Europe, Canada and Japan PARIS – It was the autumn of 2001, sometime between the September 11 terrorist attacks in the United States and US President George W. Bush’s invasion of Afghanistan. I was walking through Venice with Richard C. Holbrooke,
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The theme for this year’s International Youth Day, which was observed on Sunday, is Safe Spaces for Youth. Youth need safe spaces where they can come together, engage in activities related to their diverse needs and interests, participate in decision-making processes and freely express themselves. While there are many types of spaces, safe spaces ensure
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The dwellers of this Indian subcontinent are mainly Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims and Parsees. The Jewish faith was perhaps introduced in India centuries ago and some adherents in NE India have been accepted as the “lost tribe” and allowed immigration to Israel. Christianity was introduced in India by both St Thomas and by priests from the
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