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The Changing tihar times

Monday, November 8, 2010

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Tihar times are a good indicator of the changes that occur in Nepali society’s mentality in that year.   This year no one Came to my house to play Deusi sOmelting similar to playing trickster on hellowyn. Just 5 years back there would have been 10 parties coming in. About 15 years ago there would […]

I am ashamed to be a Nepali

Friday, October 22, 2010

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 It  has become a Shame to be called a Nepali. The discredit goes to politicians who have made a mockery of democracy and the  abolition  of monarchy.   The satirical book of George orwell calld animal farm is right. The king was banished because he did not take care of the people. But the politilians are […]

Nepal needs more salesmen and no more leaders

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

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Folks, I’m starting my company in a short time.  The theme is interesting even to me.  I won’t reveal the name now.    In our country, Nepal, there is a problem.  Every body wants to be a leader.  This problem starts in politics and consummates in the offices, shops.  By leadership here I mean that […]

Mad politicians: bad for their historic image

Friday, July 23, 2010

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There is a political crisis in Nepal.  It is not an enemy state trying to invade us.  It is not a recession.  It is not even a civil war.    It is madness of politicians.    They are now fighting among themselves on who will be the prime minister.  All on the salary paid by […]

How to miss Kathmandu?

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

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When I was in overseas, there was a person from Shangai.  She said she missed Shangai.  I asked her what she missed about Shangai?  She said, “I miss the city.  It is such a beautiful city.”  As she said those words I felt my mind transported to this place in her mind.  I could feel […]

What is being a Nepali?

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

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There was a flood of people pass by my house along with that of my neighbors , along with those living in that street and probably through a quarter of the city.  As you might know there is a general strike in Nepal.  The city has been frozen for the last 4 days.  Yet despite all the […]

Nepalese economy

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

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People are saying the Nepalese Economy is tending towards failure.  I am saying, ‘People are saying’ because I don’t know for sure myself due to lack of data.  This problem is due to my ignorance of where to find the data needed to assess for myself the problem.  May be I should visit the website […]

Dignity: the best retention policy

Saturday, July 11, 2009

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Today i gave counseling to a relative of mine.  Her parents could not make sense of what she wanted.  Apparently, this girl of 26 who was is working for a local software company, wanted to go to Australia to do her masters degree in IT.  However to get the visa now-a-days it is harder and […]

Facilitating corruption: good business but bad for nation

Monday, June 15, 2009

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Parsuram shares with me, “Sir, i have to work but there is now nepal banda. I had to walk 10 kilometers today to collect a payment. I am just wondering for how long i should stay in Nepal.  My wife is a staff nurse and she got a job offer in Denmark.  We could go but […]

The formula for Nepals’ success is in the Gita

Monday, June 15, 2009

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Will Nepal ever be emancipated from the grip of bad leadership, inaction and great divide between communities? Actually the root cause may be somewhere else.  How about ‘the corruption theory of Nepal’s doom’ ? Let me give you some third person reports of corruption rampant in Nepal: 1.  A Chartered accountant hired a vehicle of […]