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Sunday, December 13, 2015

Sunita Danuwar

Former sex slave Sunita Danuwar receives US $100,000 Asia Democracy and Human Rights Award 2015.

Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou has awarded the 2015 Asia Democracy and Human Rights Award to a Nepalese rights activist. The prestigious award, which was given in Taipei amid a programme organised to mark the International Human Rights Day on December 10, recognises her ongoing campaigns to fight human trafficking and rehabilitate those who survive the degrading industry.
Ms Danuward Receiving the award in Taipei on December 10.

The winner, Sunita Danuwar, is a ‘former sex slave’ who has transformed her woes into a fierce anti-trafficking movement. She is the president of Shakti Samuha, an organisation in Nepal that provides shelter and support to victims (survivors) of human trafficking.
The Asia Democracy and Human Rights Award, established in 2006, is given each year by the Taiwan Foundation for Democracy. According to the organisation, the award carries a grant of US $100,000 to Ms Danuwar ‘validating her remarkable dedication’. It recognizes Asian individuals and organizations that have contributed to promoting democracy and human rights.
Speaking at the award ceremony, the Taiwanese president appreciated the contribution made by Ms Danuwar, specially because she herself was once a victim. Efforts must continue to counter the menace of human trafficking and child prostitution industry estimated at tens of billions of dollars, President Ma said at the programme held today.
“I am very happy to receive this award, as this is an acknowledgement of my work and efforts to fight against human trafficking and slavery. I would like to dedicate this award to all the survivors who are fighting for their rights and those who have been joining hands together for the rights of human trafficking survivors,” Ms Danuwar took to social media to express her gratitude at the recognition.

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Thursday, November 27, 2014

Prinsha Shrestha, The first award winner in miss earth contest

शनिबार फिलिपिन्समा हुने मिस अर्थ २०१४ को निर्णयक प्रतियोगितामा सहभागि हुनुअघि नै नेपाली सुन्दरी प्रिन्सा श्रेष्ठले महत्वपूर्ण उपलब्धि हासिल गरेकी छन्। प्रिन्साले प्रतियोगिता अन्तर्गत 'इको ब्युटी भिडियो टाइटल अवार्ड जितेकी आज प्रकाशित शुक्रबारमा खबर छापिएको छ।

यो विधा अन्तर्गत उनलाई'कन्टिनेन्टल विनर' छनोट गरिएको थियो। जसका लागि प्रिन्साले 'एभरेष्ट पोटाटो प्यानकेक' शीर्षकको प्रोजेक्ट प्रस्तुत गरेकी थिइन्। त्यसमा उनले हिमालय क्षेत्रका बासिन्दाको आर्थिकस्तर उकास्न इको टुरिजमले खेल्न सक्ने भूमिका चित्रण गरेकी थिइन्।
यसैबीच मिस याहो ब्युटीअन्तर्गत अनलाइन भोटिङमा समेत प्रतिस्पर्धा गरिरहेकी प्रिन्साले उक्त विधामा सफल भए उत्कृष्ट १६ मा पर्नेछिन्। त्यसका लागि प्रिन्सालाई भोलि राति ८ बजेसम्म् भोटिङ गर्न सक्ने हिडेन ट्रेजरले जनाएको छ।
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Friday, August 15, 2014

Shree Krishna Shrestha- Memoir

Shree Krishna Shrestha (April 19, 1967 – August 10, 2014) (Nepali: श्रीकृष्ण श्रेष्ठ) was a Nepalese actor, who achieved nation wide recognition with roles in movies like Maiti and Afno Manche. Thousands of People participated in the death rally in Kathmandu on 11/08/2014. He was given national honour by the Nepal Government. Many personalities of Nepal including prime minister of Nepal expressed their deep condolence to him.
Shrestha married Sweta Khadka in July 2014. They met when she made her film début in Kaha Vetiyela, a Nepali movie which he directed. The two had been in a relationship for a long time when they married on July 7, 2014. Soon afterwards, the couple left for India, where he was diagnosed with pneumonia and bone cancer. Shree died at the age of 47 in Apollo Hospital, New Delhi on 10 August 2014 at 5 am local time.


Prem Yudha
Afno Manche
Ae Mero Hajur
Bar Pipal
Ajambari Nata
Hamro Maya Juni Juni Lai
Jali Rumal
Yestai Huncha Pirati
Guru Chela
Nata Ragatko
Laxmi Puja
Jeevan Rekha
Unko Samjhanama
Sukha Dukha
Hami Teen Bhai
Ram Balaram
Kaha Bhetiyela
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