Monthly Archives: August 2011

“Actually I intended to be the 58th PM in two years time, but hey, it’s OK”, said Baburam Bhattarai

after being elected 35th PM for small country of Nepal. First congratulations popped in. Things looking up for the coming 7 and a half months … It would amount to a blatant disservice of this great leader not to mention … Continue reading

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The bane of Nepal’s remittance industry

We are delighted to give credit where credit is due. US ambassador DeLisi points his finger to a, rather THE, malaise of Nepal, apart from the dependence on foreign aid of course: the REMITTANCE industry of Nepal. In an article … Continue reading

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Nepal goes PMs by the dozen

This country near the foot of the mighty Himalalayas with its populace of under 3.5 ft daal bhaat munchers keeps surprising even the political pros the world over. After 250 years of monarchy under more or less intellectually challenged morons … Continue reading

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7 and a half

There was the visual delight of 8 1/2 and Mr. Khanal, seen here carrying the heavy burden of all the Nepali pipuls, thought he could better that by minus 1. On Sunday he felt he had served his tiny country … Continue reading

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“We might have accepted a ban on blowjobs, but this is just to much to bear.”

This was the reaction of three eminent Nepali dickheads upon hearing of the new smoking ban in Nepal. Nepalese Prime Minister Jhala Nath Khanal is seen as he attends the central commitee mourning of CPN-UML at their party office in … Continue reading

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