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

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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

Capitalism, Economy, Globalization, INCOMESCO

Stakeholders: Trust for Success

This post was inducted / shared in a public lecturer programme organised by University of Bath-FL, UK. Many thanks to Dr. Steve Cayzer, Lecturer of Bath University for the brilliant presentation:

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Trust is one of the most valuable asset in the workplace even all aspects of life. Once trust is lost it is almost impossible to earn back. Many marriages, friendships, businesses or even governments fail because of lack of trust. Trust return in equal measure to how it has been given. It depends on the circumstances too. Conflict between interest lead to mistrust that ultimately lead failure state. So leader is responsible to unify the interest.

There is mistrust going on between bankers and government. Because of ongoing financial crises governments have been seeking support from the bankers to put cap on their bonus. For example news published in The Guardian on Tuesday 4 March 2014 said that HSBC, UK decided to pay its chief executive an additional £32,000 a week in allowances on top of his £1.2m salary, Virgin Money raised the salary of its boss…

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Leadership, Nepal

RIP: Simplicity of Ex-Prime Minister of Nepal a Lesson for All

Rest in Peace Nepali Congress President and former Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has passed away at 12:50 this night at his residence in Maharajgunj, Kathmandu, Nepali Congress General Secretary Prakash Man Singh said. The former Prime Minister was 79. He was suffering from pneumonia and fever for the past few days. He was 37th Prime… Continue reading RIP: Simplicity of Ex-Prime Minister of Nepal a Lesson for All

Nepal

Indian blocked to Nepal: The Chinese have rushed to Nepal- Mani Shanker

Can you imagine a Nepali fetching up in New Delhi on 27 November 1949, the day after our constituent Assembly had adopted our constitution, to order us to not proclaim the constitution on 26 January 1950 because it would need 122 amendments over the next 65 years? Yet, that is exactly what happened when Modi rushed his Special Envoy to Kathmandu to order Nepal to desist.

INCOMESCO, Poetry

Lion in the jungle

A big nation A big man A big democracy Demo of cry Game of blame everywhere ...

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Nepal Earthquake: Healing Pain

The earthquake killed more than 8,800 in Nepal and injured more than twice as many. The rural death toll may have been lower than it would have been as the villagers were outdoors, working when the quake hit. As of 15 May, 6,271 people, including 1,700 from the 12 May aftershock, were still receiving treatment for their injuries. More than 450,000 people were displaced.

Nepal, Philanthropy

Donations: Sixteen percent for victims and the rest go back to the philanthropists

But later a research report published and came to know that only 16 percent of the amount was distributed to the victims especially from the periphery of the city. And rest of the 84 percent amount went to salary, flight fuel, Boeing, dogs, accommodation and so on...

Nepal

Another Massive Earthquake In Nepal

A major earthquake has struck eastern Nepal, near Mount Everest, two weeks after more than 8,000 people died in a devastating quake. Today, At least 42 people have been killed and more than 1,000 injured, officials say. At least 17 have also died in India. The latest earthquake hit near the town of Namche Bazaar and sent thousands of panicked residents on to the streets of Nepal's capital, Kathmandu.

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Media: Nobody has the right to capitalise on anybody’s grief

Nobody has the right to capitalise on anybody's grief. Cameras must stay away from mass funerals and display respect at all times to the dead and those in mourning. Despite the fact, It seems Indian media person were totally strange how to report such grief. Those media personnel are acting like they are shooting some kind of family serials.