#BaghdadBombing #BeirutBombing #NepalBlockade #ParisAttacks

  • Post category:General
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Life is life, regardless of nationality, religion, skin color or any trait you want to name. And suffering does not discriminate. But to social and other media, the value of life appears to depend on one or combination of traits, such as nationality and religion.

Additionally, the suffering of some are more of a suffering than those of others. Not to me.

And, what's more, some believe that ones pain and suffering can be alleviated by causing pain and suffering to others. I don't.

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A Graph is Worth a Thousand Words…It Seems

  • Post category:Social Justice
  • Reading time:10 mins read

How do some Nepalese see statistics about composition of different bodies in Nepal?

While a few explain away the disproportionate representation of the High Caste by ascribing it to education, others are against disseminating such information because, according to them, they promote animosity and inter-caste hatred etc. These "educated" Nepalese fail to see/understand -- among other things -- how information is actually educational and empowering!

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All for National Unity… Well Maybe Not… All!

  • Post category:Leisure & Musings
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Preserve our caste system, the foundation for our incredible cultural and ethnic diversity, and help maintain the unity in people of our one and only country Nepal to fight against both the people who oppose it and all ills afflicting the country. As they say, "United we stand; divided we fall!"

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Parting Words to a Qatari Student

  • Post category:QatarQatar Academy
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Parting words to a Qatari student on Facebook following a number of exchanges about Qatar and FIFA, in which he essentially painted the Arabs as victims of racism.

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The Blinding Effect of Structural Privilege

  • Post category:Social Justice
  • Reading time:9 mins read

Social structure propped up, supported and perpetuated by Nepal's very highly patriarchal caste system has given rise to a bureaucractic and political--and other--systems that's characterized by deplorable structural inequality, which many of those responsible aren't able to understand or, if they do, will not acknowledge.

But there is a solution!

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