Ujjwal Acharya · March, 2007

A professional journalist, who because of interest in information technology and internet, became one of the pioneer blogger in Nepal. A co-founder/blogger at United We Blog!, and contributor to now-closed Radio Free Nepal. Now runs – <a href=”http://www.nepalivoices.com”>NepaliVoices</a> – a blog about Nepali blogosphere and <a href=”http://www.cricket.com.np”> NepalCricket.com</a> – a sports site. Personal blog is <a href=”http://www.nepalivoices.com/ujjwal”>The Radiant Star</a>

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Latest posts by Ujjwal Acharya from March, 2007

Nepal: Roar against Internet Shutdown

  23 March 2007

The decision of the Internet Service Providers Association of Nepal (ISPAN) to shut down internet services for two hours – one each in morning and evening – didn’t have good effect on bloggers. The shutdown was a part of the protest program announced by the Nepal’s industrialists against the Maoists’...

Nepal: Abdication talks and the provocative CD

  16 March 2007

Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala’s suggestion that King Gyanendra and Crown Prince Paras should abdicate created the loudest buzz in Nepal. Amid talks of going into republic after the king assumed the executive powers in Feb 1, 2005 and then lost it due to April 2006 Uprising – a people’s...

Nepal: Madhesi Strike & Interim Government

  10 March 2007

The issue of Madheshi – the people living in the southern plains of Nepal – hasn’t ended. The Madheshi Peoples’ Right Forum, which led the biggest protest in southern Terai demanding the equal opportunity and inclusiveness, have resumed the strikes once again. Parmendra Bhagat of Democracy for Nepal believed the...

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