KATHMANDU, July 9: Ganga Maya Adhikari of Fujel, Gorkha, who is on the 41st day of her fast-unto-death Monday, has refused to end the hunger strike even after the surrender of Chhabilal Paudel, one of the prime accused in the killing of her son.
KATHMANDU, July 9: While Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa commemorated the deceased laborers of tipper accident and said that the government would provide Rs. 500,000 each to the victim’s family; he skipped talking about Dr. Govinda KC, his demands and Ganga Maya’s quest for justice as he addressed the federal parliament today.
KATHMANDU, July 1: A group of human rights activists has urged the government to take necessary measures to save the life of Ganga Maya Adhikari, who has been on a hunger strike for the last 34 days demanding justice for her son murdered by the Maoists during the insurgency.
The pain and suffering of Ganga Maya Adhikari can be imagined. She has been seeking justice for the murder of her son, Krishna Prasad Adhikari, for the past 13 years. She along with her husband, Nanda Prasad Adhikari (who breathed his last on September 22, 2014 while giving continuity to hunger strike with the same demand) launched a number of hunger strikes in the past.
KATHMANDU, June 23: While civil campaigner Dr Govinda KC, professor at the Institute of Medicine, stages protests or raises his voice with ample publicity, Ganga Maya Adhikari of Gorkha, who has been fighting for justice for years now, has been neglected even by civil society.
A decade since the release of her first album ‘Choko Chhyaba Ramche’, Hari Maya Gurung has grown much to her professional limitations as a folk singer. Having worked in more than a dozen of films including ‘Eku 2’, ‘Chhori ko karma’, ‘J sukai hos’ as an actor, she has actively been engaged in social and cultural activities. Widely known as a folk singer though, she has recently released her latest album ‘Jala Jovan’ taking her other interests simultaneously.
KATHMANDU, Jan 31: Dismayed by the frequent deferrals of court hearings, Ganga Maya Adhikari, who has been staging a protest demanding action against those accused of being involved in killing her son, warned of resuming hunger strike on Tuesday.
KATHMANDU, June 1: Bollywood movie ‘Dear Maya’ will not be released in Nepal. The movie, seen as comeback of Manisha Koirala in Bollywood, will not be featured in Nepali cinema hall from Friday due to the uncertainty among the film distributors.
KATHMANDU, Sept 12: ‘Save Ganga Maya Campaign’ has warned of moving International Criminal Court (ICC) if the government fails to arrest Chabilal Tiwari, the main accused of murdering Krishna Prasad Adhikari, immediately.
KATHMANDU, Sept 12: Health condition of Ganga Maya, the widow of late Nanda Prasad Adhikari, who has been on fast-unto-death since the last 31 days is critical but stable, doctors attending to her said.
KATHMANDU, Aug 30: Human rights activists today organised a sit-in in front of the Prime Ministerial official residence, Baluwatar demanding the government save the life of Ganga Maya Adhikari who is on a fast-onto-death at Bir Hospital to get murders of her son killed during the Maoist decade-long insurgency booked.
KATHMANDU, Aug 23: Doctors at Bir Hospital, who have been attending to Ganga Maya Adhikari, said that they have been providing fluids and total parenteral nutrition (TPN) [which supplies all daily nutritional requirements].
KATHMANDU, Aug 16: Ganga Maya Adhikari, who is on a fast-onto-death at Bir Hospital for the past six days to get murderers of her son booked, has been admitted to ICU of the hospital following deterioration of her health.
KATHMANDU, Aug 14: Police today took into custody at least 11 human rights activists who have launched a 'Save Ganga Maya Campaign' in support of Ganga Maya Adhikari, who is on a hunger strike for the past six years demanding the arrest of the culprits of her son killed during the Maoist decade-long insurgency.