The government has relaxed all safety measures and is preoccupied with a political crisis, even as the UK variant of the coronavirus is believed to be much more infectious
With formal hearings at the Supreme Court regarding the constitutionality of Oli’s dissolution of the House beginning, The Record spoke to the writers of the statute for their take on possible interpretations.
As no formal orders have been placed and no agreements drawn up, even the Health Minister is looking to the gods.
The coronavirus pandemic has become yet another excuse for the government to delay long-overdue investigations into war-era crimes
The commission’s recently published list of rights abusers who remain unpunished shines a light on the culture of impunity that has plagued the country for far too long
Throughout the Covid crisis, the centre has refused to devolve power, creating more obstacles in response mechanisms than resolving them
The state’s practice of paying out compensations to protect its personnel from prosecution prevents actual justice from being delivered and helps promote a culture of impunity
Politicians have mastered the art of exploiting the nexus between themselves and prosecutors to always remain beyond the arm of the law
The forceful eviction of landless Chepangs from protected forest areas is a violation of their constitutional rights
A recently released parliamentary report points out many lapses in how the police handled the recent murders of Dalits in Rukum
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