Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 20, 2016
The First WNO Oct 29-31 , 2011 लन्डनमा भएपछि ईमेल मार्फत अनाबस्यक बिबाद सिर्जना गरिएपस्चात यस्ले अनाबस्यक बादबिबादको रुपमा केही दिनसम्म निरन्तरता पाएपस्चात कार्यकरममा सहभागीको हैसियतमा मैले यो मेल पठाएको थिएँ उक्त मास मेलमा । Second WNO Convention – USA 2016 मा हुने सन्दर्भमा मेरो सो मेल नेवार भेलालाई मात्रै नभएर अन्य धेरै क्षेत्रको लागि समेत शिक्षाप्रद हुन सक्ने भएकोले कहीं कतै सार्वजनिक गर्न पाए हुन्थ्यो भन्ने केहीको सुझाबलाई ध्यानमा राखी Second WNO Convention – USA 2016 को सफलताको लागि हार्दिक शुभ-कामना ब्यक्त गर्दै जानकारीको लागि सो ईमेलको पूर्ण विवरण राखिदिएको छु:
लण्डनमा भएको नेवारहरुको भेलामा दुबै दिन उपस्थित भएको कारण केही बोल्नु उपयुक्त ठानें यद्यपि नेवार नै भए तापनी नेवारी बोल्न नजान्नुको कारण पुरै समय ब्यतित गर्दा र सबैले नेवारीमा बोल्दा आफूले भने लुम्बिनी-कपिलवस्तु दिवस अभियानको तर्फबाट कार्यपत्र प्रस्तुत नेपालीमा गर्नु पर्दाको पीडाको साथसाथै हीनताबोध ताजै छ ।
नीतिगत कुरामा सान्दर्भिक हुने भएकोले अलिकति आफ्ना बिगतका कुराहरुलाई पनि राख्ने अनुमति चाहन्छु । म कुराहरु बुँदागत रुपमा जान चाहन्छु: Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on January 29, 2011
नेपालमा भारतिय ब्यापारी र उद्दोयोगपतिहरुले जसरी येस आराम र कमाउको जीवन विताइ रहेकाछन । भारतमा गरिव नेपालीहरु बढो कस्टको जीवन भोग्न वाध्य भएकाछन । यो सन्दर्भमा पनि नेपालमा भारतले नेपालसंग ठूलो फाइदा लिएकोछ ।
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Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 14, 2010
K. V. Rajan, that time Indian ambassador to Nepal, when came to Nepal it reminded Nepalese Treaty of Mahakali as he was one of the key persons behind this treaty. Let’s see what is in this treaty.
REATY– HIS MAJESTY’S GOVERNMENT OF NEPAL AND THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA CONCERNING THE INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT OF THE MAHAKALI RIVER INCLUDING SARADA BARRAGE, TANAKPUR BARRAGE AND PANCHESHWAR PROJECT (1996)
His Majesty’s Government of NEPAL and the Government of INDIA (hereinafter referred to as the “parties”)
Reaffirming the determination to promote and strengthen their relations of friendship and close neighborliness for the co-operation in the development of water resources;
Recognizing that the Mahakali River is a boundary river on major stretches between the two countries; Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on July 13, 2010
FROM SPINY BABBLER.ORG
Text and adaptations by Pallav Ranjan includes the early years of Nepalese literature
Lively young women with flowers in their hair
walk about me with their friends.
They walk in dreams that are all their own
in this garden-like city that the gods have built.
The rich in this place are uncountable,
each person’s mind is filled with joy.
Kathmandu is an ocean of happiness,
this may be the golden city that the demons once built. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on June 17, 2010
Buddhi Narayan Shrestha, Border specialist of Nepal says …
‘We could regain Greater Nepal’
Buddhi Narayan Shrestha, a former director general of the Department of Survey, is probably the most distinguished survey research scholar of Nepal’s international boundaries. He has been working in the field of surveying and mapping for the last 41 years. Shrestha has authored several books on the Nepal-India border demarcation and management. He was trained and educated in surveying and land-use mapping in India, Canada, Germany and Japan.
Shrestha, who was awarded the coveted Madan Prize 2057 for his book Boundary of Nepal, spoke to Kamal Raj Sigdel of The Kathmandu Post on the current Indo-Nepal border dispute. He says India has encroached on almost 60,000 hectares of Nepali territory over the last 72 years. Excerpts:
Q: You have been a vocal critic of Indian encroachment on Nepali territory for a long time. What actually is the Nepal-India border dispute?
Shrestha: There are a number of reasons that trigger rows over the border – no clear demarcation pillars, lack of historical documents, unclear points/articles in the border treaties, frontiers based on changeable river courses, one country considering itself superior to the other and the like. Nepal has been having arguments over the border with India for a long time. On March 4, 1816, Nepal and the East India Company signed the Treaty of Sugauli. That was expected to resolve the border disputes, but it did not. For instance, right after the signing of the treaty, the East India Company claimed Antu Danda of Ilam and handed it over to Sikkim. However, Nepal managed to get it back in 1838. The border problems remained after India became independent in 1947. In fact, they intensified as India’s population increased rapidly and Indian settlers began clearing Nepal’s forests in the tarai and settling down there. And now in 2007, when loktantra has been established in Nepal, the disputes still exist. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on January 15, 2010
Indian expansionist threat to Nepal’s sovereignty and territorial integrity
Nepalese people residing abroad would like to draw your attention on the following issues: 1) the encroachment of Nepalese land by the Indian authorities in several districts bordering India and the displacement of people following the encroachment. 2) The inundations of Nepalese land as a result of the construction of embankments and dams by India near the border thus violating international conventions.
The deployment of the Indian Border Special Force (Sima Sasastra Bal-SSB) in the encroachment of Nepalese land and the harassment of the Nepalese people living in Nepalese territory close to the border with India has long been an issue plaguing the relationship between the peoples of the two countries. The Indian border security forces stationed at Kalapani have for long enforced the settlement of Indian civilians in the Nepalese districts of Dang, Nawalparasi, Bara and several other bordering districts. This is nothing less than annexation of Nepalese territories by stealth. Recently, Nepalese people from bordering villages in Dang district have been forcibly driven out from their homes. We strongly condemn the invasion and occupation of Nepalese land by India and the displacement of the Nepalese people from the bordering villages. Read the rest of this entry »
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