Capitalism, Current Issues, democracy, education system, INCOMESCO, University

UK University Pension Strike: Creating Fairer Society!

Early this morning eyes went to a news analysis on pension strike and salary of the VCs of the UK’s universities published by the Guardian “Vice-chancellors simply cannot justify the fact they are paid many times more than their local council and NHS trust chief executives, at a time when their own staff have been… Continue reading UK University Pension Strike: Creating Fairer Society!

Environment, Housing, Natural disaster

The purpose of making home

Its been snowing for four-five days that makes life harder in the UK. The almighty nature is powerful, no one can change its rule and direction using a power of gun or resolutions however loss can be mitigated by making system disaster resilient. Man can feel safe when entering the house from the snowy days.… Continue reading The purpose of making home


Valentine | Micro-Poetry

via Three Valentine Micro-Poetry Time Rush-hour-crush Withered rose No time to buy Quality Fresh red rose Already sold out Limited Supply Tired A few words A bunch of roses Valentine is tired

Humanity, My Literature, Poetry

A Question, Answer and Summation | Poetry

Lost her life, family, and friends A victim strange woman begging shelter A woman, who is living the house Doesn’t like her to be in the house The husband is wordless State involve making women victim, The victim, stranger! A citizen of no state Within men, however, without humanity! Question- why the creator create a… Continue reading A Question, Answer and Summation | Poetry

My Literature, Poetry, Tribhuvan Wagle

Diwas: An Architect of Words

♦ Tribhuvan Chandra Wagle Tulasi Diwasa, a full vessel of poems, speaks every sentence in poetic decor. Anyone feels and get perfume the poetic composition even during the general conversation with senior poet Diwasa. He defines the poem, as 'the greatest/best avenue of expressing the human's feelings'. Diwasa is not merely a best poet but… Continue reading Diwas: An Architect of Words

Humanity, My Literature, Poetry, power

Me, You and We | Poetry

I (me), you and we Amazing relation of human-hood Work as- I, self-proclaim power over You- takes bad fruit, sent by the I We, collective power of the I So, Good for- me Bad for- you We, a bunch of millions I A competition of writing the capital I @Jesi, 2018

Economy, opinion, Public-Private Partnership, Publications, Research

Public-Private Partnership: Experience from the UK to Nepal

Introduction The figure of the world is changing fast due to the size of population, technology, public aspiration and development approach. Hunger used to be the problem of developing world but now obesity has also been added to the urgent list . Health care was insufficient and the mortality rate was high but now it… Continue reading Public-Private Partnership: Experience from the UK to Nepal

blogging, greetings, INCOMESCO

I will see you soon

Dear Bloggies Sorry, for disappearing for a long as I have enrolled a program ‘food security and international development’; due to what it is very difficult to manage spare time to write a post regularly. Some time in a social gathering or any kind of leisure, I intend to write something, however, doing everything in… Continue reading I will see you soon

Current Issues, democracy, Humanity, Leadership, Nepal

Justice: A bizarre coincidence

In Nepal, finally, a senior medical doctor, named Dr. Govinda KC, was arrested by the police when he was in unto death hunger strike. Since a long, he has been fighting against corruption and unaccountable governance in medical sector especially the licensing practice of medical colleges where the basic conditions of licensing are unchecked. The main… Continue reading Justice: A bizarre coincidence

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Economy, food security

International Development and applied economics 

Link:  International Development and applied economics  Posts are not regular because of my busy academic program until 2017/18. Please stay in touch, I will be back with more creative ideas after finishing the program. I would like to thank you for the love and support. Apologies for the inconvenience ! 🙂

INCOMESCO, Radio Program

Learn How to Embed Podcasts into Your Posts and Pages

This is a fantastic facility provided by the WordPress for the users. Now able to collect and share favourite Radio Programs/Podcasts as well. 🙂 Better Blogging Through Podcasts "You can choose from a quarter of a million podcasts to embed into your posts and pages on and Jetpack-powered websites. Whether you produce a podcast… Continue reading Learn How to Embed Podcasts into Your Posts and Pages

food security, Natural disaster, Nepal

Floods, landslides kill many in Nepal

At least 100 people have been killed in Nepal and 45 more in neighbouring India in flash flooding and landslides. The dozens of others have been missing.  Rescue works are under way but the water levels have not declined yet, it has already crossed the danger level. Due to the heavy rainfall (on Friday 11… Continue reading Floods, landslides kill many in Nepal

food security, Free trade, Globalization, INCOMESCO, Research report

Global Food: Waste Not, Want Not | A Report

Feeding the 9 billion by 2030 is not an easy task because of the tragedy of 50 percent food waste! Production is not a problem, rather it is a governance problem! A report Global Food: Waste Not, Want Not worth exploring ! Waste happens- It is estimated that 30–50% (or 1.2–2 billion tonnes) of all… Continue reading Global Food: Waste Not, Want Not | A Report

Adam Smith, Capitalism, economic thought, food security, INCOMESCO

How the humble potato fuelled the rise of liberal capitalism

Building blocks. just simple via Shutterstock Rebecca Earle, University of Warwick What we eat matters to us – but we’re not sure whether it ought to matter to anyone else. We generally insist that our diets are our business and resent being told to eat more fruit, consume less alcohol and generally pull our socks… Continue reading How the humble potato fuelled the rise of liberal capitalism

economic thought, evaluation, Globalization, technology

The ‘fourth industrial revolution’: potential and risks for Africa

Klaus Schwab, the World Economic Forum founder, holds his book about the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Reuters/Denis Balibouse Ross Harvey, South African Institute of International Affairs Klaus Schwab, the founder of the World Economic Forum, argues that the single most important challenge facing humanity today is how to understand and shape the new technology revolution. What… Continue reading The ‘fourth industrial revolution’: potential and risks for Africa