China, Tibet and Nepal: natural disasters

Natural disasters often cause people to look for reasons, to give meaning to the event. For many they think they and their nation have displeased God. So natural disasters can be a door into people’s lives with the truth of

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Nepal: living goddess

Samita Bajracharya is a 12-year-old Nepalese girl who lives with her family, studies hard, and enjoys playing a Nepali version of the lute. But until recently she was also worshipped by people who believed she was a reincarnated goddess. Along

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Nepal: Pressure to ban conversions

The BJP victory in India raised questions about the future of religious freedom in that country, but they are seeking to exert their influence on countries around them, including Nepal.

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Nepal’s trafficked women

Most girls who are trafficked are from very poor families from villages where they or their families are lured by false marriages, or the promises of employment or education. The problem of trafficked women in Nepal is huge, and a

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Nepal: the challenges for women in pregnancy

Women in Nepal do the lion’s share of agricultural work, and it’s common for them to continue working in the fields throughout pregnancy. But this can seriously affect their health, and that of their unborn child.

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Elections in Nepal

Elections in Nepal have been delayed for a long time. Now there are acts of violence seeking to disrupt the electoral process.

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The Tibetans of Nepal

n March of 1959, 100,000 Tibetans fled from Tibet into Nepal, Bhutan, and India as a result of the Communist Chinese occupation. Today, thirty-five years later, many Tibetan refugees still live in these countries.

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Praying the Lord’s prayer over Nepal

The Himalayan Nation of Nepal, a tiny nation situated between India and China, is in political turmoil. It is still struggling to reform the nation and draft a new constitution, following the end of 10 years civil war, 1996 –

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How possible is reconciliation in Nepal?

The inclusion of an amnesty provision, which could cover the worst possible crimes, in Nepal’s new Truth, Reconciliation and Disappearance Ordinance, will make it impossible for thousands of victims of gross human rights violations to obtain justice. the Church has

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