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Related Topic can be easily viewed in the repository, after login in to www.un.info.np, following steps are helpful to view related topic:
1. Type a related topic, for example "Earthquake" in the search toolbox (i.e. follow “Search Documents”)
2. Click on “view document” under each article.
3. View document.
4. The user will then be presented with details including:
  • Cover page: First page of the document.
  • File size: Size of document in Kilo Bytes (KB) or in Mega Bytes (MB).
  • Download option: The link is used to download the viewed document. File size might be useful in order to calculate the download time of the document.
  • Abstract: Short summary of the article.
  • Publisher and published year: Legal owner(s) of publication and year.
  • Type/Script: Variety of publications.
  • Keywords: Major words to represent content of publication since keywords of the publication can help while searching the document.
  • Thematic Group: Theme of publication.
  • Thesaurus: Terminologies used in subject analysis of documents and other materials relevant to United Nations programs and activities.

Often times, a user may face a notice of Censoring while opening a document. Censoring is defined as “A person authorized to examine books, films, or other material and to remove or suppress what is considered morally, politically, or otherwise objectionable.” Since the UNDRN is currently under construction, a lot of documents are yet to be verified. It is our goal to finish censoring all of the documents before the official public release. Files will be authenticated by an auditor who will be a focal person from the agency the article is concerned with.