Young Cut’s Accountability Film making Workshop
What is Private Property Rights ?
With the successful closing of first Batch of Accountability Film-school in 2015, Bikalpa-an Alternative coordinates to organize second batch “Young Cut’s Accountability Film making Workshop” in Biratnagar. The 12 days workshop, supported by Accountability Lab was conducted by Onion films in collaboration with Bikalpa-an Alternative, Merryland College (BBA), Birat College for Professional Studies and Hotel Namaskar Biratnagar. As we know Audio-visuals […]
We Say No to Nepal Banda
Private property rights is the right to earn private property under the clearly defined and fully implemented law, which cannot be confiscated either by the state or the individuals. No one has right or claim on private property except the owner himself or herself. Owner holds the right to use their property according to their […]
Motorcycle Luxury or Need?
Since the restoration of democracy in 1990, Nepal has been facing a serious political crisis. Already one of the poorest economies in the planet, Nepal is further plagued by problems such as the ongoing political instability, growing insecurity and threat to people’s lives and properties. Nepal has been plagued by the phenomenon of strikes (Bandh) […]
Road Expansion and Violation of Private Property Rights in Biratnagar
Motor bike is a common vehicle in a Nepalese society, few decades back it was viewed as luxury goods, because it was only within the reach of few people. Today, due to the daily necessity of common masses, everyone aspires to have it. It is helping to ease everyday life of people in many ways, […]
Right to property has been guaranteed as a fundamental right in the Interim Constitution of Nepal 2007. It allows for private land to be taken in case of its public utility upon due compensation. Since last 2 years Sub-Municipality of Biratnagar has started a road expansion project that demolished hundreds of road side houses that […]