Let me begin with the most recent incident. On July 17,a video showing a youth (said to be a Nepali) being tonsured and forced to shout ‘Jai Shri Ram’ and‘death to Nepal PM’ appeared in social media. The Indian men, in the video, wrote ‘Jai Shri Ram’ on shaved head of the youth.
KATHMANDU, July 13: While taking a strong exception to the blasphemous materials about Nepal and Nepal’s political leadership, Nepal has sent a ‘diplomatic note’ to India, urging New Delhi to take steps against the broadcast of such obscene materials disseminated by a section of Indian media.
KATHMANDU, May 29: While taking a strong exception to the controversial writeups involving the Nepal Army in two Indian media outlets -- The Hindustan Times and tfipost.com -- vis-á-vis provocative remarks by the Indian army chief on border issues, Nepal Army (NA) has said the lengthy writeups 'woven with lies, innuendo and mischief' undermine the army as an institution and its constitutional obligation.
NEW DELHI, Oct 9: India's #MeToo movement arrived in a cascade of allegations as women took to Twitter to call out comedians, journalists, authors, actors and filmmakers - in the process, they have sparked a debate about consent and complicity.