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Editing Rizal’s Jail Journal

BY DEEPAK ADHIKARI : It was drizzling and the night was pitch-dark. We walked in silence. As they marched, the constables’ boots pounded on the road, its sound penetrating deep into our ears. At times, the stones tossed off by the boots hit on my ankles causing severe pain. Worse, the guards with their heavy boots, recklessly pounded on my feet. Failing to keep pace with the marching soldiers would fetch me extra penalty. So, I struggled to move my shackled legs as quickly as I could. The constantly blowing wind further exasperated the precariousness of our journey.Drenched to the skin and chilled to the bone, I stumbled along the slippery road. The sole voices echoing in my ears were waves of the river Wangdichhu generating its own rhythmic noise

Menuka’s family members depart from camp

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has expedited the resettlement process of remaining two family members of late Menuka Poudel, who committed suicide in...

Pre & post resettlement talk

There is a conversation between Indra Adhikari, President of APFA-Bhutan, and Parangkush Subedi in the first part. Adhikar was in IOM transit, Kathmandu for...
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