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I P Adhikari

Country:  Nepal

College:  Tribhuvan University

Major:  Journalism

Contact Information:  BMS.TBR@gmail.com

I am I. P. Adhikari, a graduating student with Tribhuvan University, Nepal. I have been working as journalist in Nepal for the last five years. I am 23/M  I edit for nepalpressfreedom.org, that gives news only abut the events related to media and media persons in Nepal.

I have contributed write ups to NewsBlaze as well. I also write for Scoop.co.nz, peacejournalism.com and bangladesh-web.com.

I am life member of the International Nepali Literary Society, Washington DC and member of the South Asian Media Solidarity Network.

I am president of the Association of Press Freedom Activists (APFA) Bhutan and chief editor of apfanews.com and publisher of The Bhutan Reporter monthly. I am also the chief coordinator for a radio programme being run in a FM radio station in Kathmandu.

Gross National Hopelessness - Bhutan, well, emerged as a promoter of happiness parameter to measure the status of social well being.

Dzongkha: The True Language of Bhutan? People are talking... - When the constitution was drafted, Dzongkha came short of fundamental words especially those describing political and judicial matters.

The Happy Fool - The leaders for years have lobbied and asked people that they must strive to remain happy than accumulating money, which might bring conflict, violence and troubles rather than happiness, peace.

Bhutanese Royalties and Links of Christianity - History of Christians entering this isolated nation dates back to the time of first Shabdrung, which now has rarely any facts to prove beside texts.

No Press Freedom In Bhutan - Despite the begining of democratic government, Bhutan lacks press freedom

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