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Posted on 09-26-08 10:09 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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The video is in real format at the top left of the page. H

I was preety amused of nepali media bein so slow to cover it ... not even after 12 hr ...



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"I and my party" takes the whole credit for all changes that the country had. I don't know what exactly a prime minister is supposed to present in his UN speech, but the first paragraph of his speech looks like a part of speech made by a party chief in his party's general convention, not acknowledigng, even in the slightest, the role of all others who helped to bring about this change. No wonder, it's  Nepal, and a commie leader.. 

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सम्माननिय प्रधानमन्त्री श्री पुष्पकमल दाहाल "प्रचण्ड"


नाम   पुष्प कमल दाहाल "प्रचण्ड"
बाबुको नाम   मुक्तिराम दाहाल
आमाको नाम   भवानी दाहाल
जन्म स्थान   ढिकुर पोखरी गा.वि.स. वडा नं. २, लेवाडे, कास्की, गण्डकी अञ्चल
जन्म मिति    २०११ साल मंसिर २६ गते (६ बहिनी, २ भाइ मध्ये पहिलो सन्तान)
बसाइ सर्राई   २०१९ सालमा ढिकुर पोखरी-२ बाट चितवन, शिवनगर गा.वि.स.मा भएको

पारीवारिक बिवरण

बाबु   मुक्तिराम दाहाल
आमा   भवानी दाहाल
श्रीमती   सीता पौडेल
छोरीहरू   ज्ञानु दाहाल, रेणु दाहाल, गंगा दाहाल
छोरा   प्रकाश दाहाल
बुहारी   श्रृजना त्रिपाठी


२०२६ साल बैशाख सीता पौडेलसँग भएको ।    



 अध्ययन गरेको वर्ष

 अध्ययन गरेको संस्थाको नाम

प्राथमिक शिक्षा


ढिकुर पोखरी, कास्की

माध्यमिक शिक्षा


नारायणी विद्या मन्दिर मा.वि., शिवनगर, चितवन

उच्च शिक्षा आई.एस्सी

२०२७ देखि ०२९ सम्म  पाटन संयुक्त क्याम्पस, ललितपुर

बी.एस्सी, एजी.

२०३१ देखि ०३३ सम्म कृषि क्याम्पस रामपुर, चितवन

एम.पी.ए. अध्ययन


  • अध्यापन, २०२९, नारायणी विद्या मन्दिर मा.वि. शिवनगर, चितवन
  • अध्यापन, २०३०, डण्डा मा.वि., नवलपरासी
  • ध्यापन, २०३३-०३५, भीमोदय मा.वि., आरुघाट, गोरखा
  • सेवा, २०३२, यू.एस.एड., नेपाल
राजनैतिक जीवन

- २०२८ सालमा ने.क.पा. पुष्पलाल समूहमा पार्टी सदस्यता
- २०३४ सालमा चौथो महाधिवेशनमा प्रवेश/२०३५ सालमा पूर्णकालीन
- २०३६ सालमा चितवन जिल्ला समिति सदस्य निर्वाचित
- २०३८ सालमा क्षेत्रिय व्यूरो सदस्य एवं अखिल नेपाल युवक संघको केन्द्रीय समितिको महासचिव
-            भूमिगत जीवन २०३८ साल देखि २०६३ सालसम्म
- २०४० सालमा अखिल नेपाल युवक संघको केन्द्रीय समितिको अध्यक्ष
- २०४१ सालमा ने.क.पा. (मशाल)को केन्द्रीय समितिको अध्यक्ष
- २०४२ सालमा ने.क.पा. (मशाल)को केन्द्रीय समितिको पोलिटव्यूरो सदस्य
- २०४६ सालमा ने.क.पा. (मशाल)को महामन्त्री
- २०४८ सालमा ने.क.पा. (एकता केन्द्र)को महामन्त्री
- २०५१ सालमा ने.क.पा. (माओवादी)को महामन्त्री
- २०५७ सालमा दोश्रो राष्ट्रिय सम्मेलनबाट ने.क.पा. -माओवादी)को अध्यक्ष
- २०५८ सालमा जनमुक्ति सेना, नेपालको सर्वोच्च कमाण्डर
- २०६३ साल असार २ गते काठमाडौंमा भूमिगत जीवनबाट र्सार्वजनिक
- २०५२ साल फागुन १ गते देखि २०६३ सालसम्मको जनयुद्धको प्रमुख नेतृत्व गर्ने देखि शान्ति

              प्रक्रिया र  संविधानसभाको निर्वाचन हुँदै संघिय गणतन्त्र  नेपालको प्रथम प्रधानमन्त्री ।


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To be very true, and to be true to the naked, his speech was lowest that anyone can ever imagine someone representing Nepal in a global forum.


God bless Nepal and those who love Nepal and want to be Nepali forevar.

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its very fortunate that nobody there understood his english otherwise it would have been a big disaster for him, his party and nepal itself.
i tried to figure out what others might have understood from this

I and my party" takes the whole credit for all changes that the country had

is this

Posted on 09-27-08 8:07 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Mr. President,
Mr. Secretary General,
Distinguished Delegates,

1.    At the outset, allow me to congratulate you on your election as the President of this Assembly and to assure you of my delegation's full cooperation in discharging your responsibilities. I also thank the UN Secretary-General for his comprehensive report on the work of the UN and his positive reference to the situation obtaining in Nepal.

Mr. President,
2.    It is indeed a historic opportunity for me to address this august Assembly as the first Prime Minister of Nepal of the newest republic of the world.  As I stand here in front of the global leadership, I think of the long struggle that I and my party waged with single mindedness for the liberation of the common man from the clutches of the age-old suppression, deprivation, marginalization and outright negligence of the then existing polity. My fellow countrymen and women, toiling in the mountains and valleys, working day and night in
the low lands and the urban areas and yet unable to ensure even the simple necessities of life for his or her family had a hope and expectation that one day they would lead a decent life with equal rights and opportunities and be recognized as respectful citizens of the country. We are at this significant turning point in the political history of Nepal. And I and my party are proud to be the leading force of that positive historical change. Today I see a great hope in the glinting eyes of the dalit boy from the far west, downtrodden women
from the indigenous nationality in the east, homeless Tharu girl and landless Madhesi and other peasants from the hills living under the thatched roofs. I intend to lead them with conviction and sincerity towards a new journey of sustainable peace and equitable progress in a modern Nepal.  I have therefore the honor and great privilege of bringing with me the greetings and best wishes of the people and Government of that new Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal to this
august Assembly.

3.    Following the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in November 2006 after a decade-long armed struggle, we began our peace process and eventually held elections to the Constituent Assembly in April this year. People have overwhelmingly voted for my party and made us the
single largest political party in the Assembly with great hope and expectations. At its first meeting, the Constituent Assembly declared Nepal a Federal Democratic Republic formally ending the 240-year old monarchy and creating a new opportunity to transform the old feudalistic state into an inclusive and federated 'new Nepal'. This was in keeping with the long-standing aspirations of the Nepalese people. They voted in favour of change and transformation that my own
party had fought for so many years. After the historic political
transformations, our agenda now is to bring about equally historic socio-economic transformation of the country. Today I must inform you with all humility that our Constituent Assembly is the most inclusive representative body in which all marginalized, oppressed ethnic communities, indigenous nationalities, dalits, disadvantaged and the people from the backward regions and communities are its members which
will herald a new beginning in the country. This may very well be an example of representativeness to the world in the first decade of the twenty first century.

4.    The Government is  committed to restore law and order, provide immediate relief to the people affected by the conflict, fight against the cancerous growth of corruption and start an economic recovery package focusing on pro-poor growth, infrastructure development and public-private partnership. The government will build an effective partnership with the international community in creating an atmosphere for unleashing a new socio-economic transformation that the Nepalese people are waiting for so long.

5.    Nepal's peace process is unique in its characteristics and is based on multiparty democracy, inclusiveness, accommodation, dialogue, and the recognition of the people as the ultimate arbiter. It is the outcome of our own creative disposition towards peace and we feel that it can also serve as a reference model for peace elsewhere.

6.    We appreciate the United Nation's continued support to the peace process, especially in monitoring the management of arms and personnel through the United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN). The UN Mission has undertaken its mandated tasks well. I also take this opportunity to thank our neighbors, friends, and donors for their continued support in favor of the peace process and the institutionalization of democracy in Nepal. I am confident they would do so for unleashing its
development potentials also as per the wish of the Nepalese people.

Mr. President,
7.    As we proceed ahead along the peace process within the country, new problems in the form of global food crisis, rising oil prices and imminent dangers from climate change stare us in the face. These challenges also undermine our achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). There will be no success in achieving MDGs without ensuring them in the LDCs. Solemn pledges were made in the 2000 Millennium Declaration and in the 2002 World Conference on
Financing for Development held in Monterrey. Many of these commitments are yet to be fulfilled and achievement of the Millennium Development Goals remains elusive to most of the world's poor people.

8.    The United Nations agenda today has to tackle these development challenges and many other issues such as religious extremism and terrorism, proliferation of nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction, transnational crimes such as drugs, human trafficking and money-laundering, continuing conflicts within and among states, and
gross violations of human rights, genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity. It is more than obvious that many of these global problems require global solutions. Together we can rise to the occasion and adopt a vision and strategy that the founders of the United Nations Organization charted in the purposes and principles of the Charter of the Organization. Multilateralism, not unilateralism is the answer to these problems.

9.    The least developed countries like Nepal are faced with special predicament in their development efforts. We are trapped in a vicious circle of poverty. For many historical reasons, we have low economic growth, low productivity, underdeveloped industries and traditional agriculture. Because of the low level of social indicators and less
opportunities, conflict and crisis continue to be prevalent in these countries. Today, the growing gap between the rich and the poor within the country as well as between the nations is a sure sign of a looming disaster. It is also inhuman and unjust that such a high level of inequality is still so common in this age of human achievements, abundance and progress. Equally important is the fact that islands of prosperity in the sea of poverty is not sustainable and certainly not in the enlightened self-interest of  even the developed countries
themselves, as it breeds resentment, fuels conflict and undermines their own progress in the long run. It also goes against the fundamental spirit of the United Nations. Because of the peculiar nature of the LDCs and their high level of vulnerabilities, I strongly urge that the issues of LDCs should be looked at by the United Nations separately and with special and focused programs. They should be ensured dedicated support and cooperation if we want to make our world
just and inclusive that the United Nations so proudly espouses.

10.    We are not only least developed but also land-locked. That is a double disadvantage in our efforts to fulfill developmental aspirations. In fact, we feel further marginalized due to the overwhelming impact of the downside of globalization and the high cost of doing trade. We want full implementation of the respective global compacts, the Brussels Program of Action for the Least Developed Countries and the Almaty Program of Action for the Landlocked Developing Countries. In particular, I would like to highlight the need in the part of our developed country partners to fulfill the commitment and pledges in allocating certain percentage of their GNP to these countries and in making available trade concessions, debt relief and other capacity building measures in accordance with these compacts. On our part, I would like to commit that Nepal will fulfill its pledge to own its development programs in accordance with its
national priorities including on poverty reduction and pro-poor
governance policies.

11.    We need to protect our people from the rising vulnerabilities of climate change. For example, in my own country Nepal, the melting of glaciers and shifting weather patterns, are threatening the life support systems, undermining the sustainability of agriculture and
inducing extreme climate-induced disasters such as frequent floods and landslides. The Himalayan range provides life supporting water downstream for more than a billion people. The Mt. Everest, as the roof of the world, and the Himalayan range need to be protected and utilized properly to contribute to the humanity as a whole. So I strongly appeal to the international community to extend all necessary support and cooperation to protect and promote its pristine environment. We need to create a regime of common but differentiated
responsibilities, in which the developed countries will lift the
burden of adaptation in the vulnerable countries, such as the least developed countries and small islands. The world will stand to benefit in addressing the climate change if we are able to harness the tremendous potentials of Nepal's hydro-power as it is a renewable and clean source of energy.  For this, Nepal is ready to invite and encourage investment in its hydro-power projects.

Mr. President,
12.    I am pleased that the UN Regional Centre for Peace Disarmament in Asia and the Pacific has been now operational from Kathmandu twenty years after it was established by this august Assembly. I thank all the members, countries from the region and the Secretary General and the officials of the Secretariat for the smooth relocation of the Centre from New York to Kathmandu. I would like to take this opportunity to reiterate Nepal's commitment to make this Centre successful through the cooperation of all the countries concerned.

13.    Over the years, peacekeeping has evolved as the soul of the United Nations. With this in mind, Nepal has been regularly sending its peacekeepers at the call of the United Nations since 1958. We are celebrating the 50th anniversary of Nepal's continuous participation in the UN peacekeeping operations; I take this opportunity to reiterate Nepal's commitment that we will continue to provide our
troops for the cause of peace worldwide. Today, Nepal is the fifth largest contributor of troops and police personnel to UN's
peacekeeping operations. We are glad that they have earned accolades for their professional competence and performance both at home and abroad. We consider this as our modest contribution to international peace and security.

14.    Enjoyment of universal human rights is absolutely essential in creating the environment of peace, justice, democracy and development. As a democracy, Nepal is fully committed to protect and promote the human rights of its people under all circumstances with constitutional and legal guarantees and implementation of the international human
rights instruments to which Nepal is a party. The government is committed to end the environment of impunity. The proposed Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which will seek to arrive at a necessary balance between peace and justice, so that there is justice, and that the centrality of the peace process is preserved. We will continue to strengthen the National Human Rights Commission so that it can take up
its statutory responsibility for protection and promotion of human rights in the country even more effectively. It goes without saying that the environment for the protection and promotion of human rights in Nepal has significantly improved, especially after the signing of the comprehensive peace agreement in November 2006.

Mr. President,
15.    As a least developed country that entered the World Trade Organization not too long ago, Nepal is concerned at the lack of tangible progress in negotiations on the Doha Development Agenda. We think that the opportunities in world trade through multilateral trading framework of the WTO should not be delayed any further. The least developed countries deserve a duty free and quota free market
access for all their tradable products from all the major countries with sincerity, together with more favorable rules of origin and the support for enhancing their supply side capacity. Only then the Doha Round would be a development round in the real sense of the word. Without meaningful integration of the LDCs into the global regime, I
do not know how we can make the global trading regime sustainable, equitable and inclusive. Similarly, the least developed countries need more aid for trade and trade facilitation measures to enhance their trading capacity.

16.    Today, the United Nations needs to reform and democratize itself to take on the numerous challenges in international peace and security effectively. And it should also reflect the current realities of the world. We should also give the necessary credibility, legitimacy, competence and effectiveness to the world body in solving the globalproblems. I take this opportunity to reiterate Nepal's solemn faith
and commitment to the purposes and principles of the United Nations Charter. On behalf of the people and government of Nepal, I pledge to work with all of you to take on the global challenges through the United Nations in a spirit of goodwill, cooperation and mutual solidarity. It is with this belief that we have adopted them as one of the tenets of Nepal's foreign policy. Nepal is an example of how swords have been turned into the ploughshares. That is what the United Nations believes in. Therefore, as I address this gathering here, I
have a special feeling about the whole objectives and ideals that the United Nations stand for and the co-relationship between those ideals and the political, economic and social transformation that we would like to achieve in our country. May we all succeed in attaining our common objectives through our collective and sincere efforts as the
united and inseparable members of a single global family.

I thank you!





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very poor reading  he need go  language study
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agreed... In fact, rythmic swinging of his body (left and right), and the way he is reading, reminded me of my school days. I used to read the same way, when our English teacher used to ask to read English essay (homework) in front of the class.

It would be nice for him too, he should take some english speaking training.




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This newly baptized leader was total disaster in that podium


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