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Nepal's porn industry spreads its net
By Sudeshna Sarkar

Kathmandu, Aug 1 (IANS) After suffering the stigma of being a nation which sees thousands of its young girls and boys sold to the brothels of neighbouring India, the new republic of Nepal now has another dark distinction - the rise of Nepali porn.

The flooding of the once reclusive Himalayan nation with cheap cameras, mobile phones and computers has seen a surge in the number of homemade pornographic films and XXX Nepali cyber sites.

In the 80s, lovers of blue films used to smuggle them to Nepal from India and Bangkok.

Now, such films are being made in Nepal's homes. "Watch these nepali's (sic) bang hard in desi style", says the cover of a blue DVD readily available in Kathmandu. "Exclusive Nepali sex", boasts another.

What is most disturbing about Nepali blue films circulated on the net is that the "stars" are often actually victims who did not know they were being filmed.

A souvenir seller in tourist city Pokhara told the Nepali Times magazine that she had a brief fling with a Dutch tourist.

Unknown to her, the man filmed them in bed together and now the video is being sold in Nepal and can also be ordered over the Internet.

"I am really stressed out and haven't been able to go to my shop," the 30-year-old woman told the magazine.

A Nepali man from Dharan town in south Nepal had an affair with his friend's wife while living in Britain. He had filmed the romps in bed and stored them in his laptop.

When it crashed and he took it to a shop for repair, the technicians ferreted out the file and began circulating it in Nepal.

The woman's family came to know about it and her father tried to kill himself over the disgrace.

Nepali blue films like "Nepali Lovers: Homemade Hardcore" are, in a way, "a high-tech extension of the exploitation of young Nepali women trafficked for generations by their husbands (and) boyfriends...", the magazine said.

The growing number of Nepali porn movies has made its mark on the blue film industry worldwide. The YouTube mentions them, for one.

Another disturbing factor is that many child abuse films are also from Nepal.

The high-profile scandal this year of Irish poet Cathal O'Searcaigh befriending and abusing street urchins and young boys in Nepal is just one indication that western paedophiles from Britain, the US, Denmark and Norway are now visiting Nepal instead of earlier paedophile destinations Thailand and Cambodia.

Five years ago, a spurt in paedophilia on the Internet let to an Interpol alert. On finding that much of the material was coming from Nepal, Interpol asked the police to investigate.

However, due to the political turbulence shaking Nepal since then, there has been no attempt to crack down on the network.

The menace has grown more widespread with the passage of time and the advancement of technology.

Six years ago, when a Nepali tabloid published a nude photograph of an aspiring starlet, who did not know she was being filmed, the girl killed herself and there was a tremendous social outcry.

More recently, a school teacher in Banke district in the Terai plains abused an eighth grade student, took photographs of her in bed with him with his mobile phone and tried to blackmail her into continuing to have an affair with him when she tried to stop seeing him.

After the girl finally complained to police, Jibacha Yadav, the maths teacher, was arrested. But there were no more heated public debates.

Nepali Times

Porn wave
Technology is ripping open Nepal's traditionally closed society


FROM ISSUE #411 (01 AUG 2008 - 07 AUG 2008)

'Dolma' used to run a souvenir shop on Pokhara's lakeside. A Dutch tourist befriended her last year, and they fell in love. He took her to Goa, gave her $3,000 and proposed to her. 'Dolma', now 30, refused. What she didn't know was that she had been secretly filmed at their hotel room in Goa and that video is now being openly sold in Nepal and through the Internet. Says Dolma: "I was really angry, I am really stressed out and haven't been able to go to my shop."

'Tek' is from Dharan and lives in the UK where he was having an affair with the wife of a friend. They used to meet in hotels and he had filmed themselves making love. On a recent trip to Kathmandu he found out on arrival that the video was in circulation throughout Nepal. He flew right back to London. The woman's father tried to commit suicide after seeing the film. The viedo file was copied and circulated by a repair shop where 'Tek' had given his laptop for repair.

Jibacha Yadav was a math teacher in Banke who was sexually abusing a grade eight student in his school. He blackmailed her with videos he had taken of them in bed taken with his mobile phone. Yadav is now in jail because the girl reported him to the police.

Tej Chand in Kanchanpur tempted an aspiring model with a movie career and filmed them in bed together. Chand's assistant copied the film out of his hard drive and sold it to a video parlour for Rs 5,000, which in turn passed the video on to a mobile store for Rs 10,000. The DVD is for sale for Rs 500, can be loaded into mobile phones for Rs 50, or rented in video parlours across western Nepal and even in India.

As DVD cameras, mobile phones, computers and the Internet become affordable and accessible, more and more Nepalis are using the technology for filming and distributing pornography.

Combined with tourism, the trend has made Nepal one of the points of origin for pornographic films and even paedophilic material on the Web. Many young Nepali women have been unwittingly involved in the trade, some being exploited and blackmailed by their male partners.

With globalisation, increased travel, the Internet and the spread of cable, Nepal's social mores have been transformed within one generation. Nepalis, who used to find Bollywood song sequences "racy", or hide their faces when Nepali actress Rekha Thapa appeared in a swimsuit, are now routinely exposed to sexually-explicit content.

A Himal Khabarpatrika investigation has revealed that "blue films" are more widely available than previously estimated in video parlours, mobile phone shops and even paan kiosks across the country. Pornographic videos that used to be available only to the urban upper class or traders returning from Bangkok now have audiences right through the social strata and even in rural areas.

What is new is that the people seen in sexually explicit acts in these videos are no longer just Thai, Japanese or western women but Nepalis. The DVDs have names like Nepali Lovers Homemade Hardcore or Nepali Rani. Some of the protagonists are young Nepali women who were filmed without their knowledge like 'Dolma'. Personal material like that made its way into the public domain by accident.

But some are sex workers who have willingly serviced foreign customers in their hotel rooms, knowing that the camera was rolling. 'Maya' is a fifth grade dropout from Syangja and works in Thamel with hundreds of other young Nepali women. She sees nothing wrong with being featured in pornographic videos that are circulated worldwide.

"My father is illiterate and lives in the village, he is not going to see me, and what do I care if others do?" asks 'Maya' who says she is paid Rs 70,000 per shoot.

The growing frequency with which Nepali women are featured in Internet porn sites also seems to suggest a surge in sex tourism, especially in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Driven out of their home districts by the conflict and desperate for jobs, young women easily fall prey to cyber pimps.

Cybercaf?s in Kathmandu and district capitals are setting aside private cubicles specially designed for tandem porn viewing either on the net, or through DVDs.

When an increased number of paedophilic material started appearing on the Internet five years ago and were traced back to Nepal, Interpol wrote to Nepal Police to investigate. Some arrests were made, but child sex material from Nepal is still finding its way to the net.

"It is inevitable that when traditional value systems are eroded by the content of new technology, and if new education and culture doesn't replace it, societal mores are altered," says sociologist Suresh Dhakal.

Because of the novelty of the medium and the ease with which mobile phones can be used for video, there are also increasing numbers of cases where women are victimised by ruthless partners. In a way, this seems to be a high-tech extension of the exploitation of young Nepali women trafficked for generations by their husbands, boyfriends or even relatives.

Psychologist Sharmila Manandhar believes that the spread of pornography in Nepal represents just one aspect of rapidly-changing interactions in what was till recently a closed, traditional society.

She adds: "But pornography also reinforces traditional relationships because the videos focus on male satisfaction and reflect the entrenched patriarchal nature of our society."

Some names have been changed.

Couldn't find the remaining parts of Dolma video in Chhada section. Can somebody tell where it is.

Well, in this story now Namrata case also needs to be added.

Dolma video pls!!Som1 pls say where it is!
X.shaja taha payiyo?


--- Quote from: hindenburg on December 14, 2009, 12:37:39 PM ---Dolma video pls!!Som1 pls say where it is!
X.shaja taha payiyo?

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--- Quote from: xsajha on September 30, 2009, 05:40:40 AM ---Couldn't find the remaining parts of Dolma video in Chhada section. Can somebody tell where it is.

Well, in this story now Namrata case also needs to be added.

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Part of Dolma video is in chhada section. (Posted by Red Devil)


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