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Sabita Nakarmi

The author is First Secretary at the Permanent Mission of Nepal to the United Nations at New York.
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Justice delayed, denied

Published On: January 16, 2019 01:30 AM NPT By: Sabita Nakarmi

Why is the state so indifferent toward cases of sexual violence even as it has totally undermined rule of law, justice system, national security and good governance?

Start with tourism

Published On: December 10, 2018 01:00 AM NPT By: Sabita Nakarmi

Nepal must take measures to control air pollution as we get close to Visit Nepal 2020, when we aim to welcome two million visitors

Broken bonds and migration

Published On: October 24, 2018 01:30 AM NPT By: Sabita Nakarmi

How delightful it would be when people do not have to seek recourse to divorce and children do not have to suffer from family separation due to migration?

The sound that kills

Published On: September 30, 2018 01:00 AM NPT By: Sabita Nakarmi

Only 400 North Atlantic right whales exist in the world. This is due to the noise caused by shipping and other human activities in the ocean

Teej and impunity

Published On: September 12, 2018 01:30 AM NPT By: Sabita Nakarmi

Government and all of us need to work together to fight the prevailing criminality and impunity if we want a happy and prosperous family, the wish we make in Teej

Salute the peacekeepers

Published On: June 30, 2018 02:00 AM NPT By: Sabita Nakarmi

Involvement of women peacekeepers is essential to build confidence and instill the feeling of security among women and children

Untold stories of women

Published On: June 3, 2018 02:00 AM NPT By: Sabita Nakarmi

Untold stories of rural women need to be told for change and for raising awareness that women’s rights are human rights

Embracing motherhood

Published On: November 25, 2017 12:55 AM NPT By: Sabita Nakarmi

A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take.

Allure of oceans

Published On: August 28, 2017 01:00 AM NPT By: Sabita Nakarmi

Most representatives of other UN states raise their eyebrows when landlocked countries show an interest in oceans.