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Saptari Killings was purely Human Rights Violation by the state

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Friday, June 26, 2015

Subisu is the worst ISP in Nepal

This is not a public stunt nor is a mere act of criticism, it is just my voice of fight. I have been subscribing subisu from last 2 years but after their recent upgrade their service has been worst. From past 6 months I have been complaining about the bad service to customer service department but every day it was the same repetition of router switch on and off. Later one of my neighbor who had connections complained to higher authorities and the device was changed and it started working for few days.

The thunder hit me as Today June 24, I was selected in selection committee of UN President of General Assembly's 2 July Consultations on WSIS+10 and whole night the internet was not working.
Dam WTF is only I could say, a bad internet connection not only make you feel bad but it make your blood pressure go up

It was a life time opportunity and this was when I least expect the service. I had to steal the net in the middle of the night no option except to borrows others line


I only have regrets using subisu, Please if you are reading this do not subscribe to subisu  its a waste of time money and resource. They promise the best but they are the worst and it hits you when you need the most.


Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Priyanka Karki and her new ordeal of Social Media Crisis

Priyanki Karki With her new car that she claims to have bought with her hard earned money

Priyanka Karki has been in the buzz of Nepal's socialite and entertainment industry from past few years. She made it to the top list of communication media from TV to flims' to videos'. Indeed a pushed popular face in the industry but not well appreciated among critics and crowd. Time and again with her immature attitude and lifestyle, she has found herself to  controversy  . Though very talented but her popularity has become her hindrance at times. Recently, she posted her picture with a new Hyundai Tucson car that she claimed to have bought with her own hard earned money. With the picture, the public started speculating how she earned so much of money.  Her credibility
and intentions were questioned with huge allegation of misappropriation.

As recently she was involved in a fund raising program in UK for the earthquake victims in Nepal.

Mistake:1. Being a public figure  you have certain pros and cons
2. You cannot be judgmental all the time
3. You have your right to privacy where you cannot be public at all times
4. Show off attitude is wrong
5. You cannot act like a normal public as people look up to you

She with her open and frank attitude has landed herself in a social media crisis situation. Trying to escape or denying the controversy is not a solution. She needs to act firmly as the more she tries to give explanation is the more she is speculated and criticized. So accepting the problem and denying the controversy is  the only solution where she can put her point and proof. Out-lashing and confronting  people is not a solution. Moreover, she would further be giving people a chance to judge her which is not the right thing at the moment.    

Being a celebrity she has  certain responsibilities where she needs to act, she cannot be open and she cannot be vile all the time. People look up to her that means people have certain rights to expect so she needs to understand and work on that.      

Friday, June 19, 2015

Nepal Government at the verge of its Hypocracy

Recently the Nepal Government  in wake of the  earthquake of 25 April announced the destruction or demolition of the illegal constructed buildings. Soon after the announcement the Government had to face criticism regarding the corruption involved during the approval and process of building construction and certification.

After weeks, a new information has surfaced that most of the government construction are illegal, yes many of the ministries constructed inside the administrative Den Singh Durbar are without the blue print. Even the current Birendra International Convention Center (BICC) home of the Constitution Assembly has not be registered under the concern department.  The list goes on long with high profile organization directly affiliated with the government  that failed to get the legal status from the concern authorities.

What a joke, that rules and regulations that the Nepal Government is currently trying to implement has no values in view of its own practice. Then does the government has any right to do it in retrospect of the public. Nepal government has been very futile in its policies and its actions but when it comes down to making blunders then its at the top proving the level of its competency.
whether right or wrong if the government is not following  its own policy then it's very hard for the government to convenience the public to be abide by it.


Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Needy Vs Greedy

After the earthquake, things are changing in Nepal, from the attitude of the people to the attitude of political leaders everything has changed. With this change moreover things are getting clear from the donor agencies perspective who promised huge donation at times of publicity but in action failed to meet their objective ruling in with conditions.

To the apathy of the public  the so called our government which says there is decentralization in management of disaster  failed to acknowledge it in practice. Changing its version from distribution of galvanized sheets to direct money, it has  been futile in its action and motives.

With better political opportunity most of the leaders are trying to create a new government where at the same there are no leaders who have truly stood up for the victims or their voices.

Everything is clear but my concern is with this earthquake, we are also facing a huge problem of management of resource and mentality of people. By resources I mean we need definite protocols and mechanisms for Disaster Management. It has always been like this in Nepal, as Nepal is listed  in earthquake disaster zone but nothing was done why?

Our leaders cannot escape this by saying it is not their fault, I think its their fault as being a leader it was their responsibility that they didn't initiated the right mechanism  and protocol for disaster management. If it was not their fault then whose responsibility is it ?
The public do not have the right to make policies and mechanisms, we nominated them to do this  work for public welfare. If they cannot do this then there in no point in having them as leaders and giving them so much of state level benefits.

From one after the other our country has been facing risk of natural crisis. If you look at the event occurring  last year Sidhuplachowk flooding to this what have we  done , where are we ?

Even at this point of crisis things do not look good, yesterday I meet a Humanitarian Volunteer who said there is huge lack of management  even in partnering with the International Non Governmental Organization(INGO). The reason is what can the INGOs do the government has made it mandatory  to follow the state level mechanism and when they follow that discrimination and political manipulation rules in.

Even in distribution of relief material to rescue operation things have been hugely affected by it.  
This is a major reason why our rescue and relief operation were not so efficient. I am not blaming the security forces, they did what they were told and in fact they gave their best but at management point of view things could have been managed in a more efficient and effective way.

But looking at the performance of political leaders and government level bureaucrats things are surprisingly disappointing.  

Now talking about the other side, the mentality of people are also changing. I can understand  that the devastating earthquake has traumatized us but with limited resources and easy access to food, health and recognition, things do not look good from their part. In fact it is harvesting an attitude of free living perspective where people are getting lazy and looking up to others for collecting donation and resources. I have heard that people have started accumulating relief materials in stock.

If you look at the Tudikhel camp then you would realize that most of them living there are either people who living in rent or wagers who have been enjoying the benefits. Most of them are taking shelter there to escape the rents and food cost. Why would people even work when they are getting free food and a good living standard when you are getting it for free.

Very few of the people who are earthquake victims are residing there.

At this time of crisis when we ought to fight back together if the people start to enjoy the easy living of crisis things would just be limited.

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