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Chris Brown criticizes Grammy

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LOS ANGELES — Chris Brown might have earned 15 Grammy nominations in his profession, however the singer is despondent with the nominations for this year’s awards.

The 26-year-old singer took to Twitter to call out on the award show. “#GRAMMY? This is probably the main reason I love being free to create any kind of music I want,” he wrote the first tweet.

“Too many people kiss ass and work less,” Brown wrote. The “Loyal” hitmaker posted a series of tweets doubting the nomination process. “The awards used to mean something.

Now it’s about likes, and memes,” he posted. Grammy nominations were announced in early December. Brown earned a nomination for his collaboration with Lil’ Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Drake for the song “Only,” but did not receive a nod for anything on his latest album “Royality”. The singer won the Grammy for best R&B album in 2012.


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Demand for legalizing same-sex marriage





KATHMANDU- Stakeholders concerned have demanded a law related to same-sex marriage in the context when the Nepal’s constitution and laws have accepted the concept of marital equality.

At an interaction program held with media about the issue of gender identity and sexual orientation by an organization named Yubalaya here Sunday, the demand came as a prompt need of the time by the people concerned.

The complaint of homosexuals was that they were deprived of marriage by choice in the absence of the legalization of same-sex marriage which according to them is the deprivation of fundamental rights guaranteed by the constitution.

Blue Diamond Society Program Officer Anuj Peter said though the constitution has promised to make special provisions for protection, empowerment or development of gender and sexual minorities, such vows are yet to be executed in practice.

Peter, who identifies himself as a homosexual, shares that he has been legally denied to marry a man of his choice.

Yubalaya Chair Sabin Singh highlighted the need of support from media and civil society to address the issue of gender identity and sexual minorities regarding same-sex marriage law.

The participants of the program put their queries about marital equality, broader sexual education and safe abortion.

As told by the Society, to date, 30 countries across the world have legalized same-sex marriage and endorsed a law towards that end and the Netherlands was the first country to legalize it in the end of 2000.

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