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The newly promulgated constitution on Nepal 2072 (2015) had specifically mentioned the right to have education in Sign Language for the deaf.
Likewise the newly passed Disability right act 2072 (2017) in its definition of Language has mentioned "“Language” means spoken and sign languages and other forms of speechless language.
“I’m in Bangkok currently and am using the app to meet people from Nepal before I arrive,” said Richie Job. “When I’m active on the site, it is not difficult to get a couple of dates in a week,” says Gurung for whom the Tinder experience is completely different between Nepali men and foreigners.
“I’ve gotten to know quite a few foreign men online because we don’t regularly hang out in the same places.
“Even on Tinder, Nepali women are not very open and they are hard to approach.” Tinder is a social dating app that lets people discover prospective mates in one's neck of the woods.
Like a simple computer game, you just swipe left for people you don’t like and right for people you like.
As for the Nepali men you usually bump into on Friday nights, they just prefer to approach you online first before making a move,” says Gurung.
Tinder is becoming popular among young urban men and women in Nepal and with the expat and tourist community mainly in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
With features like tagging friends and knowing each other’s mutual friends, the social network has now become a hotspot for future couples.
After he had little success head-hunting, a friend suggested he get into the social app Tinder to look for Nepali girls in his vicinity.
A week into browsing through profiles and searching, Tuladhar has shortlisted three young women with whom he has started chatting online separately, unbeknownst to each other. “It was much easier for me to date and find girls in China than here in Nepal, even though we had a language barrier,” Tuladhar admits.
where one may question the legitimacy of the profiles, many of which say the young men are ‘currently based in a Gulf country’.
The rising number of migrant workers and the spreading Nepali diaspora has led to a proliferation of online dating and matrimonial sites.
After a brief meet, sparks flew, parents agreed, and now the two are happily married.