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Nepalese dream of working abroad

Rajan Thapaliya rajanthapaliya@gmail.com “Travel is the discovery of truth; an affirmation of the promise that human kind is far more beautiful than it is flawed. With each trip comes a new optimism that where there is despair and hardship, there are ideas and people just waiting to be energized, to …

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Family, Internet, New York City

Paramendra Bhagat The 74th Street portion in Jackson Heights is the most famous Indian strip in all of North America. But then Wall Street – the world famous Wall Street – is not all that impressive either. It is but a pavement. It is not even a proper street. I …

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Brazil’s Cup

Paramendra Bhagat Brazil-Colombia has been the most intense game in the World Cup so far, with Germany-Algeria a pretty close second. Messi deserves a Cup to join the all time greats of the game, but Brazil is the most exciting team. Neymar’s injury and ouster aside, I think the home …

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Promise yourself- Your life never will be same

Rajan Thapaliya rajanthapaliya@gmail.com Desire is making people build ships and cities, has made men conquer nations and it can defeat that nicotine. Desire is the starting point of all achievement, not a hope, not a wish, but a keen pulsating desire, which transcends everything. – Napoleon Hill I always remember …

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Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Terai

Paramendra Bhagat Nepali speaking Nepalis from the hills talk of Nepali speakers in places like Sikkim, Darjeeling, Assam and elsewhere as their own, and I don’t begrudge that. Cultural bonds are healthy. But by that same token, people in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh feel like my own to me. There …

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Today is my day

 Rajan Thapaliya rajanthapaliya@gmail.com     "Let today be the day you finally release yourself from the imprisonment of past grudges and anger. Simplify your life. Let go of the poisonous past and live the abundantly beautiful present… today." – Steve Maraboli People who achieve great successes are people with intense …

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OnePlus One

Paramendra Bhagat I am still with my Nexus 4. The Nexus 5 has not felt like a major upgrade. And the Moto brand has less appeal after Google got rid of the company it bought. Moto E looks like a good budget phone, but I am not paying less for …

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Divergent

 Rajan Thapaliya rajanthapaliya@gmail.com “If you stop focusing on other people’s life you’ll have more time to fix your own life. Don’t let anyone ever break your soul. You have to stand on your own two feet and stand up for yourself. There are those that would give anything to see …

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The real “donut-hole”

Lila Shrestha President Obama’s new budget, put forward on March 28, 2014, included future strategies for stabilizing the Social Security system and safeguarding its trust fund. While no structural changes made it to the table – no means testing, no rise in the payroll tax cap for FICA – taxed …

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