Rajbiraj Airport runway black-topping expedited

Rajbiraj, March 18 : Black-topping of Rajbiraj Airport has started gaining momentum after the government gave the final deadline for completing work by the next month. Earlier, the contractors Kancha Ram Construction and Rautahat Construction had started black-topping of the airport on 23 November 2016 and were supposed to complete it by 15 December 2017. […]

Two injured in US-Bangla air crash return home

KATHMANDU: Two among those injured in the March 12 fatal crash involving the US-Bangla passenger airplane at Tribhuvan International Airport returned home from Dhapasi-based Grande International Hospital on Sunday. Dayaram Tamrakar of Kapan, Kathmandu, and Kishor Tripathi of Balkot, Bhaktapur, who were among those 71 on board the ill-fated airliner got discharged from the Dhapasi-based […]

South Korean Citizens Condemn Government and Religion’s Silence on Human Rights Violation

The South Korean government has been actively engaged in the reconciliation process with North Korea, but not even a single official statement from the government on 1,000 victims from the forcible change of religion against individuals in minor religious denominations has not been delivered. Human Rights Association for Victims of Coercive Conversion Programs (HAC), hosted […]

26th peace tour is set in Myanmar

Representatives from religion, law, and education in Myanmar gathered together with an international NGO to seek peaceful development and promote awareness of and cooperation in peace-building. Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) affiliated with the UN ECOSOC held sectoral meetings for peacebuilding from February 1 to 2 in Yangon with the participation of […]

120,000 South Koreans Rally for Punishment of Pastors for Forced Conversion

Voices demanding an investigation of the death case of the 25-year-old woman are spreading out in South Korea. The fliers informing the real culprit behind the case and a violation of human rights by forced conversion are being distributed all around Korea. This case has been reported not only through Korean media but through the […]

Indonesia Seeks Peace Building with International NGO

Lawyers, education experts, religious leaders, youth and women’s groups, and journalists in Indonesia gathered together to forge social solidarity and cohesion through peace-building measures proposed by an international NGO. Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), an international NGO affiliated with the UN ECOSOC, held events from January 27 to 30 to raise awareness […]

Discussed the Role of Religion in Peace Building at HWPL Religious Peace Conference

Peaceful coexistence and progress have become a prime development agenda in both Malaysia and Southeast Asian countries. When the multicultural environment with religious and ethnic diversity raises the need for mutual recognition, religious representatives and an international NGO held a conference to discuss the religious contribution to international peacebuilding. On January 31, an international NGO […]

BAI and INGO Proposed International Law for Peace for Settling Disputes

Current issues threatening peace from violence and conflict demand the need for constructive peace building efforts at both national and international levels. On January 27, principles of settling disputes based on the establishment of a legal foundation to secure peace were discussed in Jakarta by Himpunan Advokat Pengacara Indonesia (HAPI) and Heavenly Culture, World Peace, […]

‘Women are not only walking talking vaginas’, A open letter of Swara Bhasker to Bhansali

Dear Mr. Bhansali, At the outset Sir, congratulations on finally being able to release your magnum opus ‘Padmaavat’ – minus the ‘i’, minus the gorgeous Deepika Padukone’s uncovered slender waist, minus 70 shots you apparently had to cut out.. but heyyyy! You managed to have it released with everyone’s heads still on their shoulders and […]