Radha Krishna Deo: Hon. Modi produce with open heart for Nepal but Nepali decision Makers,Policies Makers and Executives have to enhance the capacities and Practices to yield highest level of out put,humandevelopment index and tranparacy index of Nepal donot support yet.Let us hope somthing better from this oppertunity.
yam gurung: What puppet leaders of Nepal can do? Clap like Seal with flippers, katai nabhaeko jatra handi gaun ma???…
namah: Kunda: waiting for you analysis of the visit. why couldn’t we get the PTA signed this time? why doesn’t GoN make it public? so many questions…awaiting your synopsis…
@deesonam: whatever Modi said about Nepal development , wish nepal greedy mantri eyes get open .
namah: Kunda: Would it be possible to let NT readers know before the event? Maybe have a ‘goings about town’ column/link? Would have been great to attend, but just didn’t know…
Diwakar Chettri: Listening to her story and ideas was amazing….I felt that her greatness stems out of her humanity rather than her achievement (which is mind boggling by itself)
Prashant Khanal: Well my bike is in the news with the number 19 attached to it ! :)
Sunil Rana: This article about the Thapas is nonsense. They were never powerful generals, businessmen or statesmen as the author explains. Instead, they were cunning folks who normally did whatever was necessary to please the Kings — Shahs, Ranas or any other. They exhibited loyalty in the front of their masters, but these cunning people exploited the poor villagers they ruled over in the name of the King. Nepal is a poor country today because of people like Surya Bahadur.
Tashi Lama: Amritji and all the crews of Nepathya, you are all doing great, I very much appreciate your band and it’s initiatives for the happiness of all Nepali and others. Keep up the good work and spread the message of loving kindness through songs and musics. Tashi delek and namasker to you all, Tashi Lama
Radha Krishna Deo: Nepal should coordinate with Nepali engineering Colleges,Engineering and architectural firms and Individual with media support to adopt the technology !! Matching to variable climate within Nepal it may be adjusted !Thank to Prakash Mathema .
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Swayambhunath: This is the place that every traveller who comes to Kathmandu will see.
ram: did you ask how much dowry the bridge’s parents have paid? that would have been a more interesting story that this.
Monica Upadhyay: Lovely pictures and nice captions to capture the varied colours of the fabulous far-west. Thank you so much for the photo-essay and today’s article on rocket stoves. It inspires us to keep on finding context-specific solutions to meet the development challenges of the people from the ‘once-remote’ far-western region.
Bhavna: The Far-West has indeed changed (and is changing). It is important for the Nepali media to now tell the people that West/Far-West is not what is used to be. For sure, its not yet as developed as other regions but while visiting these areas, one wonders why there are only stories of remorse. I wish to read another ‘story of hope’ about your visit to the Far-West.
Guy Dekelver: Thanks for sharing this one Kunda and a great story of hope. That is also what I take home from my visit to the region. Smiling faces, motivated households and cookstove entrepreneurs.
Maya: Wow, this sounds like a transnational version of Nepal Unites. What’s next? Safari-hunting to end hunger in the Third World? Or maybe roller-skating to stop torture in prisons? Talk about cheapening other people’s tragedies. A sane (but not critical enough) view on the campaign can be found here: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.u k/natalie-gyte/one-billion-ris ing-why-i-wont-support_b_26845 95.html