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Yubaraj Ghimire, editor-in-chief of Annapurna Post, speaks on the lack of media accountability, demoralized journalists, and foreign media's “biased” coverage of Nepal.
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A man admits to killing and having sex with the corpses of 32 children. But because the victims are from marginalized social and religious groups, the story has gotten little attention.
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Journalists can safely assume we are targets of surveillance, and we are extremely vulnerable to invasions of our privacy unless we protect ourselves.
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Journalists can safely assume we are targets of surveillance, and we are extremely vulnerable to invasions of our privacy unless we protect ourselves.
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Brian J. Grim, president of Religious Freedom & Business Foundation, on how religious freedom affects business and economy, in the context of China and India.
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With hundreds of thousands still homeless, human traffickers are targeting women and children living in temporary shelters.
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Vishal Arora interviews the author of "Blood on My Hands," which details the disturbing stories of violence and killings carried out with impunity by Indian army elements.
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Amid the carnage and destruction left behind by Nepal's recent earthquake, scenes of hope and generosity can also be found. This exclusive photo essay captures a few of these remarkable moments.
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In seven states along Burma’s borders with Thailand, China and India, bullets have overshadowed the forthcoming elections, and the first since the end of military rule.
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Bhutan boasts an unusual measure of national wellbeing: Gross National Happiness. The concept derives from Buddhist economics, which its architects say holds "no place for human greed."
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