Nepal’s Abdus Miya is world’s youngest talk show host

Nepal’s Abdus Miya, 20, is now the world’s youngest talk show host to come up with English inspirational TV program. The record was registered by popular US based RecordSetter.com on Friday. One of the fastest growing sites of its kind, Record Setter contains a collection of world records created by the public and evaluated by the staff and visitors to the site.

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#Nepal #alcohol # love खाना ठेगान छैन, मदिरा जताततै

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This is how Nepal is made. Alcohol has hit the country seriously. One can find alcohol and cigarettes even at the most rural and distant Nepal but not medicine and food and water.

The picture reads: not sure for food, but alcohol available everywhere.

नेताले नेपाली जनता एसरी भुट्छन्

कठै! जनताका लागि बम पड्काएको रे – नेताले नेपाली जनता एसरी भुट्छन्  – Terrorism in name of People – making Nepal even worst. Baidhe says he blasted and killed people for the good shake of Nepalese. Holy shit. (Published in Kantipur Daily, December 18, 2013)

Terrorism in name of People - making Nepal even worst. Baidhe says he blasted and killed people for the good shake of Nepalese. Holy shit.
Terrorism in name of People – making Nepal even worst. Baidhe says he blasted and killed people for the good shake of Nepalese. Holy shit.

Top 10 Worldly Quotes of Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela was obviously a great inspirer and freedom lover (fighter)- here I present TOP 10 Worldly Quotes of Nelson Mandela that have touched me at-large. For your comfort, you can click these top Nelson Mandela quotes by their category here

  1. Leadership
  2. Education
  3. Humanity
  4. Getting Things Done
  5. Success
  6. Country/Nation
  7. Wisdom
  8. Blood & Brains
  9. Freedom & Humanity
  10. Freedom

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The way it works in Nepal – live scene from a tourist bus

A scene in a tourist bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara

A tourist (possibly Japanese) was being accompanied by an empty seat until Dumre, he was enjoy the third world life style as captured in his lens.

A clean shaved educated-looking guy comes to occupy that empty seat – starts putting luggage above that Japanese guys’, then starts eating oranges and trashing everywhere, opens windows and throws some trash outside (Passenger rarely open windows and do trash randomly inside tourist coach in this line.)

Some more activities, obviously irritating activities, makes the fellow Japanese passenger to change his seat. Be reminded that this Japanese tourist originally in that seat (2x) had purchased the ticket in double price (foreign price) than other Nepalese pax rate, and here 6 time more than what this irritating fellow paid. Sadly he gets replaced.

This is what happens in this part of the world. Nepal is best known for this practice (probably) kick out somebody who own it and rule ’em.

Morale : ??? (Seriously, I dunno.)

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The way Nepal works – laborers, remittance & the government

It is sad to see that Nepal government is promoting and encouraging young and adult population to go abroad for labor works or similar instead of creating job opportunities in the country itself.

This is so pathetic of our government system and so called politicians (? Corrupticians! ) to depend on and enjoy the hard earned remittance from poor and pitiable citizens of the country most of whom are bound to do heavy physical labor works in other countries aboard.

According to informal statistics provided by the labor ministry of Nepal, about 15 thousand Nepalese leave the country everyday to work abroad – mostly 3rd grade (as they said) works where they would not earn a decent pay but enough to pay their debt in 5 years’ time.

May the God save our country!