So much

You were the one.

We were the two.

Love is forever .

I wish it were true .

We had the moment .

To live life everyday .

There was …

So much to say.

So much to hear.

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In Love

Can’t explain  this feeling
I have landed on
The emptiness in me disappeared
I see stars in day light
The moon seems twice its size nowadays
As they say in every love song.

You’ve teased me a long time
God has punished you to be with me
And blessed my love for eternity
You finally expressed and realized
I am your choice, so you are wise
No place for IF, BUT, or OTHERWISE.

The walk, the park, the movie, you crazy
Now that we are together
Everything makes sense
People notice me blushing inside out.
The joy you brought upon me feels nice
I am enjoying our stealth mode
Your trust and my commitment fuels this relationship.

Never before there was a girl
Who could steal my heart
You came, you saw, you conquered
You amaze me more than my thoughts.

-Spandan Pradhan
(Inspired by True events)

 

June 25, 2013

Sajha Sawal : President and Vice-President New or Old ?

December 7, 2013

The 317th episode of BBC Sajha Sawal saw “President and Vice-President New or Old” as subject of discussion. Mr. Narayan Shrestha as the host of program welcomed the speakers of the panel in the stage.

  1. Bhim Acharya (CPN-UML)
  2. Ramesh Lekhak (Nepali Congress)
  3. Bipin Adhikari (Constitutional Law Expert)

With 60+ audience clapping after the intro music, the program looked somewhat promising to be interesting. A small 2-3 sentence introduction was given by the speakers which ‘as expected’ extended to more that 10 and then the program started formally.

Keeping in mind the two major issues of program “appointment of president” and “What shall be done develop good government?” the program picked up the momentum. Mr. Narayan Shrestha took questions from the audience, dedicated to each 3 speakers.

Bhim Acharya from CPN-UML Party

A disadvantage may be, for being on the far right to Mr. Narayan Shrestha. His answers arouse another question and all the audience could hear was a clich (थेगो) “पखनुस न पखनुस मैले उनको जबाब दिनै बाकी छ”. Actually as it is said Don’t judge a book by looking at it’s cover, Mr. Bhim Acharya unraveled what his party meant by changing the current President and Vice-President. Well he was repeating words like janta ko fresh mandate liyera janu parcha (we should take people the voters fresh mandate to constitution), people’s feeling should be addressed too, etc etc. Well there was a time when studio audience strongly disagreed with Mr. Bhim Acharya, when he said “you are not the people who gave fresh mandate”. Soon, he cleared what he meant was that the studio audience was just a representative of more than 2 crores Nepali citizens.

His points and view were not just air or came out of the blue but might be it was misinterpreted. Some say “CPN-UML now is on the bargaining phase as they couldn’t top Constitution Assembly Elections exam” and some say ” CPN-UML have forwarded the wrong foot and created unnecessary chaos before constitution was made”.  Nevertheless, with red hot chilly face and a smile on top of that, how couldn’t audience resist more questions with him.

Ramesh Lekhak from Nepali Congress Party

By the time Mr. Ramesh Lekhak got a chance to speak, he could give a silent clap to Bhim Acharya with “कहिले काहि तर्क गर्दा गर्दा, आँफै फस्न सकिन्छ “. The current president is ceremonial but joining acting president with constitution making issue is making a issue. He added “Let’s not go towards power sharing debate on president/vice-president matter but focus on Constitution making.

Narayan Shrestha as usual with his charming eyes bombarded prompt questions on Mr. Ramesh Lekhak too. If you can’t keep up with Narayan Shrestha, you have to have a clich (थेगो). So, Ramesh Lekhak was like. “म आउदैछु त्येस्मा, म आउदैछु “. I was like who said debates are serious, it has humor and that too on a political note.

Though Ramesh Lekhak sat there looking silent and cool, he forgot that when host Narayan Shrestha asks you can’t stop from getting yourself into action.

Bipin Adhikari – A Constituional Law Expert

While the party representatives were busy with the warm-up exercises, Mr. Bipin Adhikari seemed to be analyzing the whole scenario. He said, the mandate is to build constitution within a year, so clarity is needed but working time frame should too be kept in mind. He added some bullet points on his reply to the question, “What did we learn from last constitution भाग-१ ?”.

  • Don’t forget previous mandate but new constitution should be created with fresh directive.
  • Power sharing is a harsh reality but the driving seat has changed now and second, third parties should be involved too.
  • As American Founding father Thomas Jefferson quoted “every 19 years constitution changes”.
  • Basic difference between yesterday and today is that two-third people’s verdict is there but are we here now focused on constitution making or else ?

Question and Answer with the audience

Mani Parajuli from Kavre had a query for the speakers/leaders :

We voted, they won but now why the president issue? According to current issues, who take what ministry posts issues might also surface which could prolong 2-3 years more. Can’t we focus on constitution creation rather than playing the blame game ? If you  people keep doing this you guys might too be like Osama Bin Laden.

Ratan Mandal from Tribhuwan University questioned :

According to 2064 CA Elections president was selected, but isn’t there a Najir that if certain situation arises, there is a way out?

Bhim Acharya responded by saying, we have come to deliver people’s command we know this, but this constitution without agreement can’t be made. He added, Nepali Congress has benefit this time and they don’t want to change president.

धूप बालेर मात्रै संबिधान बन्दैन ।

-भिम आचार्य  (नेपाल कम्यूनिष्ट पार्टी (ए. मा. ले))

Ramesh Lekhak in reply told that Bhim Acharya has put him in corner by saying that Lekhak only talks as written in books, but did we(congress) too get people’s mandate or only CPN-UML ? Their eyes are set on president seat with an eagle eye rather than constitution making.

Bipin Adhikari had a different perspective in response to the questions. He said, it is power politics, agenda politics for sure but without making constitution  there is no escape route.He added, practice on real issues more. And to Ratan Mandal’s question, Bipin Adhikari answered, rather than power ko najir we should talk about equality. There is no najir elsewhere too.

The program concluded on a note of “within  a year constitution writing work will be finished” and for now ongoing issues “Let’s Agree to Disagree“.

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It’s not the Right Time and I am not the Right Guy

 

Never ever there was a moment I doubted your feelings
and I know its not as easy as it looks.
But the evil time
Waits for none, until it’s done.

2 steps back 1 step front
Pardon me if you don’t understand this song
I have been singing all my Life
I wonder when GOD’s gonna do the silent Hi-Five.

You deserve much better than
A man who lost against time
No time machine can fix this doomsday
and you just can’t imagine  how deep shit i am in.

May be one day, I might be able to open up to you
Welcome me with open arms or fold your hands
I promise I won’t whine.
You are an angel bound to shine.

I feel like wasting your time
I want to hold you like a Man
But,
It’s not the Right Time
and I am not the Right Guy.

 

-(Based on True Events)
Inspired by a Fake Story.

 

December 13, 2013

Friends :Once Upon A Time

Fiction:

dON’T U GET ANY OF MY HI ‘S OR, u just ignore them.

I just don’t get it, Y suddenly there is being a GAP between our friendship

You already know jalim duniya and dusta samaj issues.

May be equillibrium maintain bhayena hola, you giving and i keep on taking ko taraju unbalanced bhayo hola, or other reasons ?

I miss the old days when we were
strangers–>friends–>good friends–>best friends–> and now back to strangers.

In old days – we used to share everything(almost) -we invaded each others boundaries (which was totally cool) -we gave each other suggestions, advice without thinking whether the other person would feel bad -we teased , we laughed, we had a fun time.

Where did everything go ?

If this was the end result, it would have been better as STRANGERS.

oNE THING U MIGHT HAVE NOTICED, WE HAVE STARTED SAYING EACH OTHER thank you and sorry

Teenager Wikipedia Celebrates 13th Birthday

January 16 2014: Had i not opened Facebook today, i would have missed today celebrations.  After seeingPrakash Neupane‘s status on Facebook, i got some hint about it. But as they say little knowledge is dangerous. I was skeptical if it was a invite only event or open public technical event. All thanks to Suraj Bohra and Prakash Neupane who guided (location) and encouraged me to attend this event.

By the time I reached the hall at Siddhartha Cottage Tinkune Kathmandu Nepal, the program was already in motion. Very few seats were left so i grabbed one, but the projector’s projection was oriented on side wall. Those who had not brought moveable necks along with their body were curious.

Mr. Ganesh Paudel was already speaking and showing some video tutorial on How-To’s on Wikipedia. I knew Mr. Ganesh Paudel since Tech MashUp 2013 and couple of encounters since then through AOSC. He has always been influential though his presentations.

Prof. Tulsi Diwas, Sulochana Manandhar Dhital , Lochan lal Amatya and Nama Raj Budhathoki were the  guest of today’s celebrations.  Prof. Tulsi sir not only gave a influential presentation but entertained us also. His gestures and power booster speech kept us all smiling through our the presentation. He appreciated the selflessness effort and thinking of today’s youth, which is the long-term sustainable OPEN KNOWLEDGE sharing.
Since, the cake was already in front of all of us, Sulochana mam thought of finishing up presentation to-the-point and quick. Meanwhile She announced to contribute her creation(book) to submit in wikibooks.She also announced that she is going to let another to be written in Wikipedia. Also, Mr. Ganesh helped Sulochana mam to open an Wikipediaaccount.Mr. Krish Dulal  the proud top contributor in Nepali Wikipedia was with his wife in the event. Both shared their experiences about their Wikipedia journey.He also shared with us that he was recently interested in writing डण्डबियो article in Wikipedia, which is National Game of Our country. It was very inspiring to know that Mr. Krish supported his wife to write articles in Wikipedia and currently is the 4th top contributor from Nepal. And encouraged us to write articles in Wikipedia, thinking of the times when we wished “If only there was an article while searching on internet and not found“.

The veg & non-veg cake was finished as soon as the cake cutting started. Suraj Bohra and I shared the piece of cake, and it tasted exactly like a cake 😀 Hmm …. mmH. Then, unofficial session of Tech minds talking and sharing knowledge continued.