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Bhumika Ghimire is a freelance writer based in the United States. She is a content producer for Associated Content. Her works have appeared in Journal and Courier, American Chronicle, ACM Ubiquity and Nepalnews.com.
No. Article Date
Nepali Women Still Under Attack
[Opinion] Government inaction is empowering criminals who attack women
1
When a Dalit woman or a Dalit family is attacked, the reason most often is the fear of local influential "upper caste" i... >>more
2009.04.22
Embracing Multiculturalism
As an immigrant, I understand the desire to stay close to one's roots
2
Multiculturalism does not kill one's culture. Rather, it adds the flavors of your friends' and neighbors' cultures to yo... >>more
2009.04.13
Rethinking Feminism
[Opinion] Media assault on feminism has now a reached a record 'high'
3
The recent incident of pop star Chris Brown's alleged attack against his girlfriend Rihanna, was played in the media as ... >>more
2009.04.02
Unholy Row Over Nepal's Holiest Temple
[Opinion] A 300-year-old tradition of South Indian priests performing rituals is broken
4
It is not very often that I find much sense in steps taken by the Maoist government, especially when it comes to religio... >>more
2009.01.14
Britain Still Treats Gurkhas Unfairly
[Opinion] Serving in the military is unlike any other job in the world
5
My father served in the Nepalese Army for many years before retiring in 1995. His service to the country did not earn hi... >>more
2008.12.31
The Porous, Dangerous Indo-Nepal Border
[Opinion] Arms smuggling, counterfeit currency trade, flesh trade -- you name it
6
There are border check posts but corruption and mismanagement have made them another minor hassle for the criminals. If ... >>more
2008.12.18
Nepal: Taxing Education?
[Opinion] In Nepal's context, the system to collect tax is still very primitive
7
Tax is unfair, but it is a citizen's duty to pitch in and help the government run the country. So we swallow the bitter ... >>more
2008.12.02
Bhutan's Forgotten Citizens
Who is going to stand up and fight for the refugees?
8
It was disheartening to see that Bhutan's new king did not make any move toward reconciliation or show any concern towar... >>more
2008.11.27
Nepal's Endangered Rivers
[Opinion] It's sad and mystifying to see that protecting those precious resources is not prioritized
9
The government has not shown any interest in formulating laws and regulations to punish those who pollute water bodies. ... >>more
2008.11.12
Unwanted Goddesses
[Commentary] In India and parts of Nepal there are parents willingly aborting female fetuses
10
Governments in both India and Nepal have failed to protect girls. It is clear, it is also clear that the society's negli... >>more
2008.11.04
Affirmative Action: Legally Sanctioned Discrimination?
[Opinion] The government is taking steps to rectify the terrible injustices of the past
11
Let's go back to about 60 years. My grandmother is a young child of five. Her parents think of her as a burden and all s... >>more
2008.10.23
America's Gun Epidemic and Crumbling Immigration System
A candid opinion from Nepali citizen reporter Bhumika Ghimire
12
Ashok Bhattarai is not the first victim of America's gun violence crises nor is he the last. His murder is adds to the g... >>more
2008.10.07
Challenges Ahead for Nepal's New Leader
Prachanda needs stand above party loyalty and politics and rein in rogue Maoist elements
13
His success in enforcing discipline will show how much sway Prachanda has within the party; it will also show his capaci... >>more
2008.08.23
Nepal's Second-Class Citizens
The state colluding with the Maoists to deny citizens their rights and security
14
Two years after the end of civil war, the majority of those internally displaced are still unable to go home. Their prop... >>more
2008.08.17
Olympics: Nepal Misses the Boat Again
[Opinion] President Yadav has turned down an excellent opportunity
15
Nepal's delegation includes just eight athletes and five coaches. Tagging along with the delegation are 18 government of... >>more
2008.08.10
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