Nepal PM Oli’s website gets oiled up by some Chinese porn site operator


Screenshot of a message naughty Nepalese citizens trying out kpsharmaoli.com currently encounter I Photo: Supplied from Nepal

15 February 2020 I Nepalese Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is loved by his fellow citizens for his ability to entertain them every time he opens his mouth. He truly is a walking, talking anthology of rich jokes and contextual proverbs.

Although he did not intend to, now even his personal website could be a source of immense pleasure for his folks. However, unfortunately, only those that reside abroad and are on the naughty side can make avail of the entertainment available on kpsharmaoli.com.

The website has been taken over by a Chinese registrant whose name and identity has been redacted by domain registry Whois.com.The erstwhile website of the prime minister has become a full on adult zone since the take over by the Chengdu-based porn site operator.


It appears the Nepalese government became aware of the unfortunate loss of domain name by the prime minister because the country’s Ministry for Communication and Information Technology has already seen to it that no one in the Himalayan nation can access the site.

Anyone within Nepal wanting to visit the site will be rebuffed by a rude note: “Your requested website has been blocked as per the directions received from the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology and Nepal Telecommunications Authority.”

The loss of the PM KP Sharma Oli’s personal website to the Chinese porn operator would have been possible after the PM’s website administration failed to renew the domain name on time – which is by the way is not new in the country. Some more luminaries in Nepal are understood to have lost their domain names to other website hoarders.

The Nepalese government banned porn sites in 2018 hoping to control violence against women, particularly against minors. Rape and violence against women have been tragically on the rise in Nepal over the past few years. The government took the decision, ridiculed by many at the time, aiming to cut down this increasing trend of rape cases against young girls the most notable case being the heartrending rape and murder of Nirmala Pant in western Nepal.

It is uncanny that the Nepalese government had to apply the ban on the website of none other than the prime minister himself.

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