How Did 'Kailasa', A Fictional Country, Reach The United Nations?

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The UN Human Rights office has said that any submissions made by representatives of the so-called "United States of Kailasa (USK)", founded by Indian fugitive Nithyananda, at its public meetings in Geneva last week were "irrelevant" and will not be considered in the final outcome drafts. But how did a fictional country actually make it to such a big event? Parmeshwar Bawa reports.

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