Pakistan born Indian loves Nepal! : Unexpected but friendly meets do happen at times. Such meet, it is up to the one, to enjoy it to the hilt or just ignore.
Talk of honoring senior media men : Well the money is there. Our idea too is to honor the senior media men with some allowances on a regular basis as suggested by the Network.
Tolerance this: Hinduism and Buddhism go together only in Nepal : Rightly said Dr. Ram Bhakta Thakur, the former Nepal’s Ambassador to Egypt that “Nepali people were a religious lot and that we the Nepalese never exhibit any sort of bias towards other religions”.
Nepal need some Alaskan dogs : The other day, April 23, 2010, Kirti Nidhi Bista at a Kathmandu ceremony bluntly told his audience that “the Nepalese population did not do away with the Nepal’s Royal Institution\" but, said Bista, it was a country
Salute to Dr. Ta-Na Sharma and Ed. Rajan Karki : As if this “nationalist” dose by Chakrapani were not enough to jolt me from within, I was administered yet another high voltage nationalist dose, April 15, 2010, by none less than the widely acclaimed, both within and without, Nepali littérateur Professor Dr. Tara Nath Sharma.
Ministerial nap this-a la Nepal : After the nap, the person feels afresh who can work later for many hours should he be forced to do so or is bound to do so.
Take two pills each after you sleep and before you rise : He had advised the patients to “take two pills each time but only two hours after you sleep and two hours before you rise”.
“Nepal is my country”, claim two foreigners : I have been in close association with Kathmandu based diplomats for more than three decades. Each time I meet them, or say we meet each other, we definitely talk of the Nepalese political events.
Last salute to Uncle Koirala! : I recall with faint memory to have seen late Girija Prasad Koirala for the first time at his private residence in Koirala-Nivas, Biratnagar, our common hometown some fifty years ago.