Kamala Budhathoki 'Sarup'

Preventing Crime in New Jersey

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Published in Cape May County Herald.

Recently, around midnight, two young men were trying to steal some money from my car. Unknowingly, they tripped the car alarm and I woke up as soon as it went off since my bedroom is very close to the driveway. They stole my registration and insurance card. I immediately called Middle Township Police. The police were very kind and helpful, and I’d like to thank them.

 This is one example of many of increasing terror/ criminal activities in New Jersey, which is an issue we

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Leaders, Unemployment And An Economy

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Kamala Budhathoki 'Sarup'

It is hard to vote intelligently when hungry or without shelter. It is also
hard to make informed decisions without the information provided by a
responsible leaders. It is most difficult to exercise
socio/democratic rights when the basic needs affecting life due to poverty,  and economic condition. Economic theory holds that a sustainable economy will engender a type of cooperation between the representatives of the people which results

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Mediaforfreedom.com award established by Kamala Budhathoki Sarup

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Media For Freedom (http://mediaforfreedom.com), located in Cape May Court House, NJ  has established the "mediaforfreedom.com award" on the sponsorship of it's editor and founder Kamala Budhathoki Sarup. The award will be given to a writer/organization who have made outstanding contribution to community by publishing articles,
reports, on Public health, Democracy, Freedom, Human rights, Women/Children, development. The award consists  cash prize and a certificate of accomplishment. The award will be given every two years.

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Poverty is leading many women into street prostitution.

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Globally, women are involved prostitution for survival. Thus, many women see the streets and prostitution as a way to jobs from poverty and a way to earn more money. Poverty is leading many women into street prostitution and more likely to be abused. In poor health, low levels of education, and unemployment, they suffered the most.

Prostitution is illegal and HIV is wide spread. Now we have some questions why the law continued to hold prostitutes, not their customers?

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Overcoming Depression Is In Women's Power

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Published in Cape May County Herald. Data indicates women suffer from depression more than men. According to data collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and National Institute of Health, one out of 10 women experiences frequent depressive symptoms and one out of every four women will experience clinical depression during their lifetime compared to only one out of every eight men respectively. Women's depression is increasing globally because their lives are being affected

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