The Huffington Post reports on Pahunch, Search’s groundbreaking reality show to increase trust between police and citizens in Nepal.
Today’s youth generation, representing 1.8 billion people, is the largest the world has ever known.
Muslim and Christian leaders from the northeast have called for the adoption of the Universal Code of Conduct on the protection of holy sites and places of worship across the country.
Around 67% of Nepali citizens don’t trust the police. A new reality show could change that.
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Can a reality show improve relations between police and citizens in Nepal? The answer is YES. Pahunch starts today!