Monthly Archives: June 2008

Sorry Shakespeare, but you were wrong.

That famous line ‘a rose by any other name would be just as beautiful’. Nepal by any other name would NOT be on the agenda of some western countries. No way. It has to have the tag line ‘DEMOCRATIC’. Any … Continue reading

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World Bank: Please get me out of here!

Some development bimbos from Britain’s DFID visited a long-time customer: Nepal. Speaking off the record, Mr. Malik said they are confident and will do everything to keep Nepal as a customer for decades to come. Well, we bet on that, … Continue reading

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Nepal loves sucking foreign dick for money

We are surprised t see this article on the web site of a dud country: Missions flay detention of 3 Tibetans Kathmandu, June 27:  US distressed by harsh treatment of protesters by police. Police today arrested over 50 Tibetan protesters … Continue reading

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Juliet of Nepal – playing hard to get

JULIET: Well, do not swear. Although I joy in thee, I have no joy of this contract tonight. It is too rash, too unadvised, too sudden; Too like the lightning, which doth cease to be Ere one can say it … Continue reading

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PM Koirala resigns! Says he needs more time to fondle his prick

PM Girija Prasad Koirala at Thursday’s Constituent Assembly meeting in the capital where he announced his resignation as Prime Minister. However, he set clear guidelines for the political future of Nepal by saying: “Nepali politics is undergoing a critical phase….the political … Continue reading

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iPhone to be launched in Nepal

We spoke to His Steveness recently in Mumbai and the usually tight-lipped guru of tech seduction let it slip. In a whisper we could hear: ‘The friggin iPhone will be launched in Nepal ad calendas graecas.’

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Visit Nepal 1998

A tourist takes a rickshaw to the airport on Tuesday, on the fourth day of a crippling nationwide transport strike. (Photo : Gopal Chitrakar) June 24, 2008!

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