Sorrow of Mugu!Unarkali Damai collecting grains in her field after hailstone destroyed all her crops this September. Farming at GolfNepali migrant workers working in farm of Qatar. Talking about PesticidesPreparing to discuss about pesticides in Paanchkhal of Kavre. Paanchkhal is one of the most pesticide consumption site in Nepal. My QuestionMaoist started their armed revolution from Rolpa. As other Nepali, what is the expectation of people from Rolpa?
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Sajha Sawal is a weekly debate programme broadcast across Nepal on radio and TV. It is the most popular current affairs programme in Nepal with almost every one-in-three in Nepal being exposed to the programme.
Broadcast at primetime on Sunday evenings, it aims to give all sections of Nepalese society, particularly marginalised and traditionally excluded groups, the chance to question their leaders – and each other. Each week, a panel of politicians and community leaders are asked questions by a studio audience which includes people, such as women and Dalits, whose voices are often missing from public discussion and debate.