My Republica

Rajendra Bahadur Singh

The contributor for Republica.
news@myrepublica.com

What’s wrong with law education?

Published On: September 27, 2020 01:13 PM NPT By: Rajendra Bahadur Singh

Pedagogy of law has not been changed to suit the changed context. We still use the obsolete teaching-learning methods.

Why Chhaupadi persists

Published On: February 6, 2020 09:35 AM NPT By: Rajendra Bahadur Singh

Hindson Bethan (2009) mentions that menstruation taboos universally prevailed up to the mid-twentieth century in the world although anthropologists and historians did not make these taboos the subject of research until recently. Likewise, M Guterman and others (2007) provide that major religions of the world, without exception, have placed restrictions on menstruating women. Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism have made statements about menstruation and its negative effect on women, leading to prohibitions about physical intimacy, cooking, attending places of worship, and sometimes requiring women to live separately from men.