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Bhumika Ghimire

Contributor profile · 55 posts · joined 23 October 2008

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Bhumika Ghimire is a freelance reporter. Her articles have been published at OhMyNews, NepalNews, Toward Freedom, Telegraph Nepal, Himal South Asian and ACM Ubiquity. She is also a regular contributor for News Front Weekly (Nepal) and Nepal Abroad (Washington D.C.) and UPI Asia Online.She can be reached at bhumika_g@yahoo.com.

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1 September 2011

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Nepal: Will The New Prime Minister Be Any Different?

Nepal has had three prime ministers in last four years and the promised new Constitution is nowhere near completion. Senior Maoist leader Dr. Baburam Bhattarai was sworn in as Nepal's...

18 May 2011

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Nepal: Social Media As A Civic Activism Tool

On Saturday May 7, 2011, hundreds gathered at a public square in Kathmandu demanding that the constitution be drafted by the May 28 deadline. This event was unique to Nepali...

4 April 2011

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Nepal: Frustrated Undercurrents

Last week, Nepal's Finance Secretary Rameshwor Khanal was apparently forced to resign. Known for his straight forward working style and exemplary work ethnic, the news of his departure came as...

9 February 2011

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Nepal: Parliament Finally Elects A Prime Minister

After months of infighting, bickering and a record setting 17 attempts, Nepal finally has elected a Prime Minister. Jhala Nath Khanal, leader of the Communist Party of Nepal (UML), was...

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