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· April, 2007

Stories about Nepal from April, 2007

Nepal: About Mohan Gopal Khetan

Nepal: Violence against Education

Nepal: The Diplomatic Act

Nepal: Law and Order

Nepal: April Revolution, a year after.

Nepal: On Bloggers and Citizen Journalism

Nepal: Bloggers Form Association

Twenty-four bloggers from capital Kathmandu gathered on Saturday April 21 to discuss the formation of Bloggers Association of Nepal (BLOGAN) for the promotion and protection of blogs and blogging in...

Nepal: The Maoist Attitude

Nepal: The Elections

Nepal: Where have all the Sherpas gone?

Nepal: Constituent Assembly Elections and India

Nepal: Reminiscence Of Childhood Dreams

South Asia: DST, Agent MR-9, SAARC Car Rally, Tshechu ritual, Caste Practices, Driving and Piracy

A wide range of topics up for discussion in the South Asian blogosphere. The possible chaos of adopting Daylight Saving Time, Bangladesh's answer to 007, a car rally to improve...

Nepal: On corruption and business

Nepal: Beauties and the Beasts?

As in earlier years, Miss Nepal 2007 contest drew protests from women activists and Nepali bloggers were not pleased. Even if Maoists minister in the interim government talked against it,...

Nepal: The Foolish Hope

Nepal: Protest Rally

Nepal: A citizen journalism portal

Nepal: Cautious Welcome to Rebels in Government

The Maoists of Nepal, who ended 12-year-long armed insurgency to come to the mainstream politics, joined the government on April 1 taking up five ministries under premiership of Girija Prasad...

Nepal: On Citizen Journalism

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