Saturday, August 27, 2011

Hurricane Irene - Worry to the USA

  • The mayor of New York City has ordered hundreds of thousands to leave their homes as the storm approaches.
  • Two million people along the east coast of the United States have been told to evacuate.
  • The hurricane has now reached land in North Carolina, and high waves and strong winds have been battering parts of the state.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Vistabooks Unite for Poor and Needy Childen!!!

With the initiative of Alta-Vista, the first exclusive Spanish language school in Nepal, Vista Books Group unite to help children in their education.

Anyone can sell/buy Novels to Vistabooks to/from readers respectively from which a small margin of profit is collected. This profit would be used for charity by distributing books, copies, pencils and other stationeries to the needy and poor children.

On the ocassion of the Fifth Anniversary of Alta-Vista, this group has been formed.

Anyone can contribute the Novels to Vista Books and become a part of the social cause.

You can follow Vista Books on Facebook.

Vistabooks Nepal

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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

RAFAEL NADAL wins the French Open 2011

Rafael Nadal equalled Bjorn Borg's record of six French Open titles by beating Roger Federer in the French Open this year.

Numeró Uno - Rafael Nadal (Spain)

The Spaniard proved himself to be called as number one by 7-5 7-6 3-7 5-7 6-1 defeat.

Numeró Uno is going to rule the Tennis Game for 5 years more. Sorry others!!!!

Sunday, May 29, 2011


WOW what a match. Champions League Final was outstanding and thrilling. First half was tight with score line 1-1 but the second half was all one sided. ManU attempt on goal was a big 0 and Barca made an easy 2 GOALS to set the game aside. There was no reply for the fast play of Messi and his goal. It was a comfortable 3-1 victory over ManU.
The best side in the world currently is indeed "BARCELONA".
The best player in the world Lionel Messi, better than Diego Armando Maradona!!!!!!

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Richard Brian Jordan collected 2 Crores Nepali Rupees and Ran Away !!!

I was shocked when I heard the news that Richard Brian Jordan collected 2 Crores NPR from the general public and dissapeared. He was an Indian National living in Nepal for years. He was the owner of Richard Language Centre and Jordan International School in Kathmandu. He was residing in his own school.

He used to call all his students and other people as friend. All these years he acted as a helpful, cheerful and friendly person. That is why people trusted him and lend so much money. As per news I heard that he collected plenty of money with 55-60 students in order to send them to Canada for future endeavours. He also collected lots of money from his school children. Now, we should not be surprise if we hear that he is in Canada leaving all those 55-60 people and parents shattered hoping the news to be wrong.

Here I have two visiting cards which he gave me few years back.

Old Business Card
New Business Card
We easily trust people and people easily fool us. We hear such news everyday but still we end up being the news. Thanks to almighty that he returned my money on time. I was so reluctant when he came to me asking money. Still I manage to give him few thousands in terms that he has to return me back within 7 days. But, with constant follow ups I happened to receive it only after 21 days. I knew that he was cooking something. I found it fishy when the owner of two company came and asked me few thousands.

Beware of such people and please do not trust people easily. I will be updating the news when I will find something about him.

All that glitters is not gold !!!!!!!

Friday, May 20, 2011

Innovation & Quality Quest IQ2 - BEST TEAM NAME AWARDED

It has been 7 months I have left SCBNL but the competitions that I was involved in is still making its mark. I have been involved in IQ2 - The Innovation and Quality Quest 2010 and have just received an award for winning Best Team Name.

On behalf of the Central Operation, Nepal - I would like to dedicate this award to all my well wishers and family members. This would not have been possible if I had worked only 10 AM - 6 PM.

Love to receive awards for the efforts that are recognized.

Thanks to my team members Mr. Ujwal Khadka and Mr. Pradeep Shrestha.


Tuesday, May 10, 2011

TEAR GAS makes everyone cry at Putalisadak

The clash between Students and Policeman are ongoing in Putalisadak, Kathmandu today. Since Policeman have arrested the head of Students Union in the Khukuri (knive) scandal, the demolition is to exert pressure on the authorities concerned to release one of their comrades, Mr. Bijendra Giri, who is in the police custody for about two months.There was a long clash between both the parties. Policeman fired tear gas to scatter the demolishing party.

More interested in demolition than studies

Asking his members to stop throwing bricks and stones

Blocking the stones and asking locals to get away

Negotiation Time

News Journalist ready to capture videos

Leader of the day for demolition giving info to News Group


After math of the protest

Negotiation going hard

Have to come into a conclusion to end this

At last the leaders of the Students Union and officers of the police force were seen negotiating the demands.

Pictures taken by Jackson.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Osama bin Laden gunned down in Pak - Pics yet to be revealed


Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed in a US-led operation involving helicopters and ground forces in Pakistan on Sunday, ending a nearly 10-year worldwide hunt for the mastermind of the September 11 attacks.

US officials said bin Laden was found in a million-dollar compound in the upscale town of Abbottabad, 60 km north of the Pakistani capital Islamabad. A source familiar with the operation said bin Laden was shot in the head.

“Justice has been done,” President Barack Obama declared in a hastily called, late-night White House speech announcing the death of the elusive head of the militant Islamic group behind a series of deadly bombings across the world.

Leaders worldwide praised the killing as a dramatic success in the war against al Qaeda, although many analysts cautioned it was too soon to say bin Laden’s death would mark a turning point in the battle against a highly fractured network of militants.

Jubilant, flag-waving celebrations erupted in Washington and New York after Obama’s announcement.

It was the biggest national security victory for the president since he took office in early 2009 and could give him a political boost as he seeks re-election in 2012. Obama may now also find it easier to wind down the nearly decade-old war in Afghanistan, begun after the September 11, 2001, attacks on New York and Washington that killed nearly 3,000.

But the operation could complicate relations with Pakistan. The revelation bin Laden was living in style in a mansion will also put Pakistani officials under pressure to explain how he could have been right under their noses.

Bin Laden and three adult men, including a son of bin Laden, were killed along with a woman, officials said.

The New York Times said bin Laden’s body was taken to Afghanistan and then buried at sea.

Pictures and Videos are yet to be revealed.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

MBAe IV term looks very challenging

Gone through two classes of term IV and found out that it would be very very challenging. The projects and team work would have to be of a very high standard. Business Plan of Crores Rupees is actually making me crazy.

Still thinking of a new venture for the business plan................aahhhmmmm..........

Any suggestions are welcomed......

Saturday, March 19, 2011