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Smriti Dhunganaa

Kathmandu, Nepal
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About Smriti
Smriti Dhungana is a journalist, storyteller, and photographer based in Kathmandu, Nepal. Her areas of work include Nepal's politics, human trafficking, gender, development & social issues in Nepal. Her work has appeared in several international outlets including SBS, and Celluroid magazine, among others.
English Hindi Nepali
Interview (Video / Broadcast) Documentaries News Gathering
Politics Current Affairs Science & Environment

'Hello Sarkar' and the Challenge of Addressing Public Complaints in Nepal

10 Jul 2023  |  My Republica
The article discusses the efforts of Home Minister Janardan Sharma in Nepal, who is known for his previous work on ending load shedding in the country and is now focusing on security policies. A significant number of complaints have been registered against the Home Ministry through 'Hello Sarkar', a government initiative to address public grievances. 'Hello Sarkar' operates with a 16-member team that uses social media, among other channels, to forward complaints to relevant departments. The article details the functioning of 'Hello Sarkar', the volume of complaints received and addressed, and the challenges faced by the staff in managing and responding to these complaints. It also mentions the categorization of complaints based on priority and the light-hearted approach sometimes taken by the staff in responding to repeated complaints.


Int’l standard dry port and exhibition halls to be constructed (with video)

12 Jul 2017  |  My Republica
The Nepalese government is set to build a dry port and an international standard exhibition hall on the site of the former Himal Cement Factory in Chobhar, with an estimated budget of Rs 1.5 billion. The Nepal Intermodal Transportation Development Committee, under the Ministry of Commerce, has begun demolishing existing structures to make way for the new facilities. The project, announced during the fiscal year 2013/14 budget presentation, faced delays due to paperwork and consultancy issues with Full Bright Consultancy. The World Bank is providing financial assistance of Rs 1.50 billion for the project, which will occupy 816 Ropanis of land. The dry port will facilitate the screening of imported containers from Kolkata, and the exhibition halls will have a capacity of one thousand people, with ample parking and additional facilities. The project is expected to be completed by 2019, although there is a possibility of an extension.

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