July 8 (The National): Sudhip Pathak is an unassuming man. But to the 20,000 Tibetan refugees who live in Nepal and to those Tibetans he helps free from prison every year – his status is close to that of a saviour.
Over the years, he says, he has been arrested 13 times for defending the human rights of Nepalis, and spent a total of three years in prison. Today, though, it is Tibetans behind bars who receive the bulk of his attention.
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