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International Organisations Condemn Further Restrictions on Press Freedoms and Freedom of Expression in Nepal
RSF_en October 19, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 International Organisations Condemn Further Restrictions on Press Freedoms and Freedom of Expression in Nepal Organisation Nepalese journalists threatened, attacked and censored over Covid-19 coverage Nineteen international press freedom organisations have condemned the new curbs on the news media imposed by King Gyanendra, above all those contained in an ordinance issued on 9 October. The organisations have been very supportive of Nepal’s independent radio stations. Follow the news on Nepal May 17, 2019 Find out more Under Chinese pressure, Nepal sanctions three journalists over Dalai Lama story This statement is issued by members of the ‘International Press Freedom and Freedom of Expression Mission to Nepal’.- ARTICLE 19- Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ)- International Federation of Journalists (IFJ)- International Media Support (IMS)- International Press Institute (IPI)- Press Institute of India (PII)- Reporters sans Frontières (RSF)- South Asian Free Media Association (SAFMA)- United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)- World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC)- World Association of Newspapers (WAN) NepalAsia – Pacific Help by sharing this information News Nepal: RSF’s recommendations to amend controversial Media Council Bill to go further Receive email alerts June 8, 2020 Find out more We, as members of the ‘International Press Freedom and Freedom of Expression Mission to Nepal’, express our serious concern that HM King Gyanendra, together with the government and security forces, is seeking to further undermine Nepal’s vibrant independent media, which has been opposing the actions of the authorities to curb press freedoms and freedom of expression since 1 February 2005. In specific, we condemn the ‘Ordinance Amending some of the Nepal Act related to Media’ promulgated on 9 October. This Ordinance contains a number of provisions to amend existing media laws, thereby introducing strict controls over the publication and broadcast of materials and ownership of the media, as well as introducing harsher penalties for those considered to be contravening the law. Penalties have increased dramatically, with journalists charged with defamation now facing fines ten-times higher than before, and a possible two-year jail term. The Ordinance also prohibits an organization or individual from receiving licenses to operate radio, television and newspapers. Those who have already been granted licenses to operate all three media are now limited to choosing any two forms within a year. Other provisions ban the importing of foreign publications that contain prohibited information and barring FM stations from broadcasting news-related programmes. These stations will be limited to airing “informative” programmes on health, education, weather, road and transport conditions and other similar development topics, whilst being banned from addressing, amongst others, “any subject matters with negative effects to political parties,” “offensive matters,” and “any matters against non-aligned foreign policy of Nepal”. Under the Ordinance any news that “causes hatred or disrespect” to any member of the royal family will also be prohibited.We wish to reaffirm our solidarity with the media community and freedom of expression advocates in Nepal who continue to be the victims of intimidation, harassment, repression and violence. In this regard, we will continue to support the media community, without any intention to interfere in the editorial lines of the Nepali media. We praise the media community for its dynamism in defending media rights and freedom of expression and call on the authorities to reconsider the ‘Ordinance Amending some of the Nepal Act related to Media’, as well as end all forms of direct and indirect censorship, intimidation, harassment and attacks against the media community and freedom of expression advocates. In addition, we urge the international community to step up support for the independent media in order to help save one of the kingdom’s last surviving democratic gains. News News May 29, 2019 Find out more NepalAsia – Pacific News (Released on 17 October 2005)
Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences student Matthew Mugmon will be one of seven panelists convened by the New York Philharmonic for a worldwide, online discussion on Harvard alumni Leonard Bernstein’s groundbreaking tours to the former Soviet Union, Japan, Europe, and South America.The 10:30 a.m. March 22 event features Mugmon, along with professors from New York University, Columbia University, Ochanomizu University (Tokyo), and Ludwig-Maximilians-University (Munich), taking questions from an international audience using Google Hangout.Mugmon was selected for the panel because his dissertation in musicology centers on the reception of Gustav Mahler’s music in the United States before 1960, with a specific focus on the relationship between Mahler’s music and key figures in American modernism, including Bernstein ’39.Submit questions and comments for the panelists through Twitter @nyphil; use hashtag #nyphistory.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. This was Jeremy’s second international competition in 67kg category.Jeremy, in fact, broke 15 records in total, combining national and international marks.Jeremy smashed the Youth World and Asian records in snatch, clean and jerk and total lift. highlights Ningbo: Youth Olympics gold medallist Jeremy Lalrinnunga went on a record-smashing spree, claiming three world marks in a power-packed performance, to secure second place in his group at the Asian Weightlifting Championship in Ningbo on Sunday. In a remarkable performance, the 16-year-old Jeremy, who is competing in group B of the 67Kg men’s event, smashed the Youth World and Asian records in snatch, clean and jerk and total lift with an effort of 297kg (134kg+163kg) to be placed second in his group behind Pakistan’s Talha Talib, who lifted 304kg (140kg+164kg). The final standings for the men’s 67kg event will be known after group A competition on Monday. Jeremy, in fact, broke 15 records in total, combining national and international marks. He smashed six international records — three youth world and three youth Asian — and nine national records — three youth national, three junior national and three senior nationals.RELATED The Mizoram weightlifter pulled off clean lifts in two of his three attempts in snatch (130kg, 134kg) to set a new youth world record. The earlier youth world record was also in Jeremy’s name when he had lifted 131kg in the EGAT Cup in Thailand in February. Jeremy then lifted more than double his body weight (157kg, 163kg) in two successful attempts in the clean and jerk, and in the process obliterated Kazakhstan weightlifter Saikhan Taisuyev’s youth world record of 161kg. It was Jeremy’s personal best and nine kg more than his 288kg youth world record effort in the EGAT cup, where he won the silver medal. It was his only second international competition in 67kg after the international federation added this weight category last year for the Olympic Games and other events. Jeremy also smashed the 67kg national senior record in snatch, clean and jerk, and total lift. He smashed his own snatch record of 131kg while he erased Gulam Navi’s clean and jerk record of 160kg to better his own total lift record of 288kg. The Asian Championships is a gold level Olympic qualifying event, the points from which will be counted when the final rankings for Tokyo 2020 cut are done. Jeremy had won a gold in the Buenos Aires Youth Olympics in October last year in the 62kg category with a total lift of 274kg (124+150).
Marcos Rojo scored a brilliant late volley to send Argentina through to the last 16 of the 2018 World Cup with a dramatic victory over Nigeria in St Petersburg.Messi’s Birthday, The Missing Key?Messi’s first 2 games in the World Cup were definitely games to forget. His body language has looked rather flat at times and his desire has been questioned. However, after celebrating his 31st birthday during the week, Messi seems to have found a new spark. Against Croatia, he managed 47 touches in the entire game but against Nigeria, he accumulated 41 touches only in the first half and scored the first goal. Messi looked more confident and more like the Messi we’ve grown to see.Nigeria’s StrategyIn the first half, Nigeria was more interested in marking spaces in their defensive third. This meant that Argentina had enough space to pass the ball around and were totally dominant in the midfield. The pressing from the midfield trio of Mikel Obi, Etebo and Wilfred N’didi was not forceful enough. Messi sneaked in-behind a high defensive line and scored the first goal. Nigeria was always living on the edge and were very fortunate to go into halftime only a goal down. In the second half, Nigeria was more forceful and pressed with more energy but after the equalizing goal, Nigeria repeatedly switched between a back 5 and a back 6 and relied on counter attacks. Nigeria will rue their missed opportunities as they had several chances to go 2-1 during counter attacks. They stayed compact in the middle and forced Argentina wide.Unfortunately, it was a cross from the right flank which resulted in Nigeria’s winning goal.Argentina’s Tactical Changes Jorge Sampaoli ditched the 3 back system and opted for a 4 back. This was in response to their horrid performance against Croatia. It proved effective as Argentina played better and moved the ball faster. They appeared more comfortable with a 4 back formation and had better off the ball movements. It is of notable mention that both of Argentina’s goals were from intelligent movement to outwit the Nigerian defence. Di Maria and Ever Banega were also introduced into the starting lineup in order to add more creativity and pace to the Argentinian forward play. Argentina Has The Antidote For African TeamsArgentina has lost once in 6 games against African opposition in the world cup with their only loss coming against Cameroon during Italia 1990. Argentina has now beaten Nigeria in 3 consecutive world cups: 2010 [1-0], 2014 [3-2] and now, 2-1.Another Last Gasp GoalAgain, an African side conceded a late goal. We have spoken about this issue countless number of times but the situation hasn’t been rectified. It is a worrying trend which leaves question marks on the levels of concentration and leadership in the African teams. —Follow the World Cup with the Multimedia Group! With live English radio commentary on Joy 99.7 FM radio, Akan radio commentary on Asempa 94.7 FM and live streaming on Myjoyonline.com, we’ve got you covered all-tournament long.