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Bhumika Ghimire is a freelance writer and blogger.
  • Nepal: Social Media for Social Change

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    The recently published Corruption Perceptions Index ranks Nepal at the 154th position- the second most corrupt country in South Asia while Afghanistan comes in first at the 180th ranking. This poor showing, however, is no accident. In fact, corruption in Nepal is decades old and a deep festering sore which neither […]

  • Nepal’s Water Woes

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    Water resources is the focus of this month’s discussions here at Future Challenges. Steven Watson says that the world has sufficient water for the entire population, but it needs to be managed with a lot more care: “As the world’s population continues to grow our water supplies look set to […]

  • Occupy Wall Street: Time for Real Organization

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    In the summer of 2009, screaming Tea Party members calling on Americans to “get the country back” were a common scene at Town Halls organized to discuss President Obama’s health care legislation. “Obamacare” as they called it, was an evil scheme designed to snatch away individual rights regarding health care decisions. It […]

  • 9/11 Attacks: Fear and Anger in Nepal

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    Earlier this month, America honored the victims of the 9/11 terror attacks. A decade after the horrifying events, the wounds still seems fresh and open. You could see the pain in the eyes of family members, friends and loved ones of the victims as  they tenderly touched the Ground Zero […]