Roshan Sedhai


How acid attacks are fueled by a corrosive culture of male...

Acid attacks constitute one of the most brutal manifestations of deep seated patriarchy

Farmers devastated by lockdown

Nepali farmers have had to silently bear the brunt of a lopsided approach to Covid-19

How India saved the Oli government

The ongoing border dispute, inflamed by India, has given back the reins of the country to an otherwise faltering premier

Shame on you, PM!

Oli’s reputation has deteriorated alongside his questionable decisions as the nation’s premier

Take us home: detained workers’ plea to Nepal from Qatar

Inside Qatar’s deportation centre, migrants detained under woefully harsh conditions

Mass exodus amid corona fears

Many believe leaving Kathmandu will bring them to safety, but it exposes them to greater risks

Peril overload for Nepali migrant workers

Nepal’s migrant laborers are particularly vulnerable to the Covid19 outbreak in the absence of basic healthcare or job security.

Going Mute

As the state fumbles to guarantee mother tongue rights, indigenous languages are dying out

Oli’s follies

The Prime Minister’s habit of bulldozing decisions through party and government has alienated all his allies

Fifteen years on, no justice in sight for Gangamaya Adhikari

One June 2004 , Krishna Prasad was on his way to his grandparents’ home in Jayamangla, Chitwan, when he disappeared mid-journey. The Adhikari family still awaits justice.