Tag Archive | "Nepal"

Facilitating corruption: good business but bad for nation

Monday, June 15, 2009


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 […]

Forced strike:roots and ending

Monday, June 15, 2009


Today a political party suddenly called for a banda or a forced strike to close all shops and not allowing any vehicles on the road.  My cousin was supposed to go back to the Europe today, but he had to find his way like a thief through bypasses.  Myself, i had to postpone a training.  […]

Obama: analysis of speech success

Thursday, June 4, 2009

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As usual his speech was excellent.  At the end we must remember that he is a human like you and me.  However several factors have lead him to be the icon that he represents now: 1.  His country: No denying, the same guy in Nepal would not be as impressive. If born in Nepal he […]

Active Patience

Sunday, March 29, 2009


Patience must be most important virtue required if one is to live and work in Nepal.  My life is guided by strong frameworks to take in unexpected eventualities and problems that come in daily life.  Without them i would be like most people swayed by the external environment, left to only thinkg of finding ways […]

Nepal’s problem is similar to the Magic Cube

Saturday, March 28, 2009


Whenever a relative or a friend comes from overseas and tell their experiences of the advantages of abundance and lack of problems in terms of basic needs (electricity, water, heat, transport), I feel a kind of silent anger.  Today, my trip to a management consulting assignment at Mahendra Nagar (Far west) had to be postponed because of […]