October 27, 2008
Girija Prasad Koirala is one of those politician in Nepal who was lucky enough to be prime minister several times despite of his unpopular rating among Nepalese people. He is the only leader who ruled more than 70% of the time in Nepal after 2047 B.S. Once upon a time, he was famously known as democratic fighter of Nepal. After democracy was restored , he started getting known by different nick names such as power hungry leader, corrupted leader, selfish leader, Giddhe leader, khola bechne leader, leader who ended “Maoist revolution” (so called people’s war) in a peaceful way and so on……….
Despite of doing handful number of good things in Nepal, Koirala is known as a most greedy and corrupted leader of Nepal. In the greed of power, he Read the rest of this entry »
September 26, 2008
It was quite ironic to see NYPD and United States Secret service this week providing security to Maoist leader Prachanda, who is current prime minister of Nepal. He was under the security ring of “United States Secret Service”, who are trained to give security to the president of United States and other high value leaders of this country. Before writing more, I would like to remind you all that Prachanda and his parties “Maoist” are still in terrorist list of United States government. Read the rest of this entry »
September 18, 2008
It was nice to read about Indian and Nepalese government’s new agreement to replace 1950 treaty. This 1950 treaty is considered as “treaty with inequality” where Nepal has to loose everything to India. Because of this treaty, economic and social development of Nepal was hampered which resulted Nepal to fall behind in terms of economic development comparing to its neighboring countries such as India and China. Hopefully, new “revised treaty” will be drafted with careful consideration where both nations will benefit from each other and create opportunities to the people in both sides. Replacement of 1950 treaty should be considered a “great success” for Nepalese people and to the Maoist led government. But we need to think critically about this new agreement between India and Nepal’s government of replacing 1950 treaty. At what “cost” are we getting this deal? Are we going to loose Read the rest of this entry »