Rajendra Kumar Acharya

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Rajendra Kumar Acharya
राजेन्‍द्रकुमार आचार्य
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Residence Kathmandu, Nepal
Nationality Nepali
Citizenship Nepal bona fide
Alma mater Allahabad University
Occupation District Judge, Dhanusha [1]
Notable work
Articles, Media Interview
Religion Hinduism
Spouse(s) Parbati Acharya

Rajendra Kumar Acharya, (Nepali: राजेन्‍द्रकुमार आचार्य) is a district judge [2] [3] and former Director of Judgement Execution Directorate,[4][5][6][7][8] Supreme Court of Nepal, and is currently doing PhD in Law of tort.

Rajendra Kumar Acharya is also the Deputy Chairman of the Judicial Officers' Society[9] from Central Development Region.[10]

Early life[edit]

Acharya passed S.L.C from a public school at Suryathum, Arghakhanchi. He is the eldest son of his father Ishori Nath Acharya and mother Sabitri Acharya. His own family includes his wife Parbati, a son and two daughter.

He is currently doing D.Phil from Allahabad University.

Writer[edit]

His article are widely published in local, and national dailies of Nepal like. Kantipur, Rajdhani, Annapurna Post and so on. By the time, he is a columnist for Rajdhani National Daily.

Author[edit]

Rajendra Kumar Acharya states that he is the author of several books with subjects such as the law, poetry and literature.list of Books नागरिकता विधिशास्त्र civitas Jurisprudentia अपराध अनुसन्धानको सामान्य जानकारी General Introduction of Crime Investigation भक्ति आकुरा Devine Poem शब्द बन्न डराएका अक्षरहरु Sabdha banna Darayaka Aksharharu सवारी तथा यातायात व्यवस्था ऐन २०४९ एक टिप्पणी Comment on Motor Vehicle and Transport Management Act हत्कडी Hatkadi (Novel)[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yadav, Brij Kumar (April 26, 2016). "Sanjay Sah refuses to give statement on Singhaniya murder". The Himalayan Times. Retrieved 18 May 2016. 
  2. ^ Suresh, Yadav (30 Mar 2016). "Mastermind in singhaniya's murder held after 6 years". Republica. Retrieved 18 May 2016. 
  3. ^ "UML leader Yadav in judicial custody on murder charge". The Himalayan Times. Rastriya Samachar Samiti. April 8, 2016. Retrieved 18 May 2016. 
  4. ^ Quarterly Development Review May–June Edition(2013). (Page number 19 and 20 for the short biography).
  5. ^ "Reconciliation out of court leading to rise in crime". The Himalayan Times. Retrieved 2015-02-11. 
  6. ^ "JC picks 169 judges for appeal‚ district courts". The Himalayan Times. Retrieved 2013-06-11. 
  7. ^ "How the cops chickened out". Kantipur. Retrieved 2010-11-18. 
  8. ^ "Impunity Watch: Judiciary to issue blacklist of 300,000 absconders". Kantipur. Retrieved 2012-08-25. 
  9. ^ "Judicial Officers' Society". Judicial Officers' Society. Retrieved 2010-11-25. 
  10. ^ "Judicial Officers' Society". Judicial Officers' Society. Retrieved 2010-11-25. 
  11. ^ [1]

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