Nepali Movie – Use

nepali movie useNepali Movie – Use
StarringSubash Meche, Jaya Kishan Basnet, Seema KC,  Binod Basnet etc.
Director – BS Balami

‘Use’ is the movie by SS Balami for Bajra Creation. The movie is made on the story of the director BS Balami. The movie was one of the many movies made on sex theme. Like other movies, it wasn’t that successful at the time of release.

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'Use' another Nepali movie on sex

In the flood of sex-related movies, ‘Use’ is another such upcoming movie. The first promo and music of the movie, based on a story of human trafficking, was released in Kathmandu on the new year’s day. With the promotion theme ‘Love, sex and use’ the movie tries to attract the youth.

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Let everybody use National Flag on their vehicles

Nepal is probably the only country in the world where people can’t have their national flag on their vehicles. The Nepali national flag is only allowed to be hoisted on the vehicles of high ranking leaders/officials including the President, Prime Minister, and Chief Justice among others.

Why can’t general citizens be proud of their national flag and have it decorated on their vehicles? I salute the owner of this vehicle with the Nepali flag attached to it.

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Photo by – Bikash Achary (Bikash thinks it is the misuse of the flag.)

UPDATE: According to the Royal rule (1992 policy) only the following individuals can hoist flags in their residence, office and vehicles :

    • Members of the general public can hoist the national flag in their private homes and offices to celebrate the coronation of a king and his birthday, and to mark national unity day and democracy day.
    • The prime minister, chief justice, speaker of the House of Representatives, chairs of the upper house and the Royal Council, and chiefs of diplomatic missions may display a flag on their official residence, vehicle and office.
    • A 1959 government directive allows the ministers to hoist the flag on their official vehicles while commuting to and from official ceremonies.
    • In 1992, the deputy prime minister, deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, assistant ministers and the deputy chair of the Upper House were given permission to affix the flag to their official vehicles for official ceremonies.

I am not aware of any changes to these rules. Please comment if you know of any government rules that make such provisions invalid.