Kisan is already late to meet his friend Ujwal in Baneshwor. They start walking to Pashupatinath temple as bikes or any other forms of motorized vehicles were not permitted beyond Battisputali on the day. Both Ujwal and Kisan enjoy outdoor activities and were expecting the afternoon to be full of adventure. The crowd was extremely thick in Gaushala, perhaps around 10 people per square meter. Yet they dug their way through, pushed a few people as necessary and got pushed like-wise.
Vibes of Ramdev
(Jointly contributed by Anil Prasain, Jyoti Khatri, Pranisha Shrestha, Samyukta Rupakheti and Swechha Ghimire, KUSOM, Fall 2005)
But this is what, happened in REAL… isn’t it ? I hope everybody will enjoy looking at it.
A Stupid Son
There once lived a man who was a multi-millionaire but had an extremely stupid son. The father himself was very entrepreneurial and believed in working hard, being creative, taking risks and not squandering money.
Economic Consequences of Maoist Extortion
Recent closures of some vibrant businesses and industries in many parts of Nepal attributable to excessive extortion by the Maoist group raise serious questions about the qualities of the group’s leadership. Such actions indicate either a lack of basic economic sense or a complete disregard about the future implications of such actions.
Memories of Days Past
It is Sunday evening. I have returned from a hiking trip that began from Mata Tirtha and ended at Pharping after six straight hours of enjoyable walking.
Reflections on Human Resource Management
The most valuable asset of a company is human resource. It is all about employees in the company and every employee matters. Someone who does not matter should not be in the company. Hiring and keeping great ones,
A designer inside me that would creep out as careless doodles, crafty cards, and amateur projects got chance to get professional only after a sweet co-incidence.
Why only Saturday night gossip?
I was attending a small gathering last Saturday evening. Bunch of Nepali friends either working or studying in Boston area were present. You know what goes on when Nepalese get together for a couple of drinks – Men talk about politics and women, they have nothing else to talk about but shopping, their boyfriends or husbands. Sometime, I see some bozos being praised by their women like they are the messiah or winner of all times. Good for them. And there are some women who always want some more from their men. They are too ambitious and nothing is good enough for them. You can guess which one of them you are and which one you want to be. Good luck in figuring this out.
Anger in the Streets, Once Again
A clear example was Sher Bahadur Deuba’s hesitancy to terminate any association of the monarchy with the army by revoking his post of ‘supreme commander-in-chief’. Today, people are spontaneously out in the streets venting anger while the party sits in yet another meeting to decide which names are to be proposed for what portfolios in the current cabinet.