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 Bijaya Kumar's Pathetic Writing

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Posted on 03-12-11 11:51 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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 Bijaya Kumar is someone I like. But then like all men, he also has a side that I really dislike. To have a glimpse of Bijaya Kumar's pathetic side, it is enough to read the following sentences in the following article:

"राजनीतिक प्राणी कृष्णप्रसाद भट्टराई र आध्यात्मिक साधक किसुनजीका बीचमा हमेसा एक प्रकारको द्वन्द्व रह्यो, तनाव रह्यो, जीवनभर । एउटा संवेनशील मानिसको चेतनाको अत्यन्तै गहिरो तहमा भएको यो 'तनाव वा द्वन्द्व' को तुलना हामीले सामान्यतया बुझ्न, 'तनाव वा द्वन्द्व' शब्दसँग गर्न सकिँदैन । प्रदीप गिरिजीसँग मैले यसै विषयमा, बितेका वर्षमा घन्टौं कुराकानी गरेको छु ।"

Ah, it is about him. It is often about him. What is the relationship between Kishun Jee and " प्रदीप गिरिजीसँग मैले यसै विषयमा, बितेका वर्षमा घन्टौं कुराकानी गरेको छु ।" Who cares what he talks about Pradip Giriji? Bijaya Kumar has to insert himself.

Here is a classic Bijaya Kumar:

"परम्परागत संसदीय प्रणालीका गुणदोषका विषयमा मलाई कसैको उपदेश आवश्यक छैन । राजनीतिशास्त्रका विख्यात प्राध्यापक स्वर्गीय लियो रोजको विद्यार्थी हुँ म ।"
Nobody should write something like that. Btw, does he have a degree in political science? Or was he a short term visitor? Just because he was a student of a dead professor, he should not say something like "I know everything and no one can teach me anything". This statement is very sickening.

For his article, see 
http://www.ekantipur.com/np/2067/11/28/full-story/326296.html

 
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Posted on 03-15-11 1:01 AM     [Snapshot: 2335]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 Hey AB, you really thought sajha people believed your lies and bulls, didn't you? 
 
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Posted on 03-15-11 1:43 PM     [Snapshot: 2443]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 "if you're an average Nepali, stay in the U.S. Period as you won't be able to succeed in Nepal"
 
Posted on 03-15-11 1:49 PM     [Snapshot: 2450]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 Hey, AB, you still hanging around here, dude? Where is your shame? Ja gharjagga bechna..
 
Posted on 03-15-11 1:56 PM     [Snapshot: 2461]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 haha NewStudent, don't worry about it son. We bought 15 anas in Khumaltar last week for 8 lakhs/ana ( it was priced at 16 2 years ago ). Morons like you can wait for 2070 B.S. as the prices, according to your intellectual predictions, will continue going down, right? 

Why don't you and Pire get married? 

 
Posted on 03-15-11 2:01 PM     [Snapshot: 2470]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 How did you make that much money? Don't tell me Nabil pays you lakhau rupees. What are your parents doing?

PS: Unlike you, I am still into heterosexuality. How is your membership with Blue Diamond society going? You paying your dues on time?  You should really think outside the box, and remember that there are people in Nepal who may not be a member of Blue Diamond society.
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Posted on 03-15-11 2:06 PM     [Snapshot: 2482]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 Don't worry about what my parents are doing, son. I didn't buy it. My parents did. 

And again, if you've got money right now, this IS the right time to buy lands and houses in Nepal as the people who financed their purchases are literally on their knees, praying someone will buy their lands and houses. This gives a buyer a major upperhand and can literally purchase anything at the price he asks for. The borrowers are struggling to pay off their interests and are ready to sell their land/property for a reasonable amount.

3 years from now, the prices will soar up again as money will continue growing once the economic meltdown is taken care of, but the area ( land ) will not. 

It all comes down to affordability though, like I've already aforementioned. 

 
Posted on 03-15-11 2:08 PM     [Snapshot: 2488]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 Seriously,AB, then why not I buy next year? If it takes 3 years to rebound, why buy now? No one wants to catch the falling knife, as they say.
 
Posted on 03-15-11 2:18 PM     [Snapshot: 2495]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 Because 3 years is just a projection. Things might change in 12 months time. If you're from Kathmandu, I bet you heard how prices changed overnight about 3 years ago. It changed a bit 6 months later ( from that time ). 

Like I aforementioned, my parents tell me things were like this back in 2050 BS too but the housing market rebounded just couple years later.

Right now, the people who're struggling at this very moment are people who sought bank loans to finance their purchases. Now that I'm inside a leading bank itself, I can confidently see what and how much people've borrowed and what you get to see will leave you completely shocked. 

As the market is down, buyers ( who can afford ) are still skeptical to purchase, as they think the market will continue going downhill but since the govt. has formulated a new policy, people will need to show their cash. And this in turn is highly likely to help housing market rebound. 



 
Posted on 03-15-11 2:19 PM     [Snapshot: 2505]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Does the like button work in this thread??

I am trying without any luck.
 
Posted on 03-15-11 2:21 PM     [Snapshot: 2514]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 Its a Nepali portal, what do you expect? haha. 
 
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 AB,

Since you are a trainee, who just started a job at your bank, I don't believe you can 'confidently see' everything. You just have heard people talking about it. Let's not act smart yet, shall we?

In the long term, land price will probably rise, as it is a scarce resource. But we are talking about short term. If I buy a land in Khumaltar for 8 lakh per ana, I know it will eventually reach 10 lakh per ana. What I don't know what that eventual means. Suppose it goes down to 7 lakh next year, and 6 lakh per ana next year and 5 lakh per ana next year. Then it again begins to climb. This happens all the time with stocks and everything else. So, every sane financial expert you talk to will advise to hold until you see the sign of rebound and surge in a market that is experiencing fall. That's why the famous "don't catch the falling knife" proverb.

How many jaggaa dalals have been able to sell their land/house? Not many. We know many are still holding. So, the best strategy is to put your money in the bank, wait until it shows rebounce. Until then, wait, wait, put pressure on jagga dalas. Remember, these jagga dalas have bought most of these lands probably at  2 lakh per ana (the price three years ago) so they can really wait. Meanwhile, put money in the bank and enjoy the interest! That's what I am doing. To me, 12% interest is always good enough and I don't want to screw that by being too greedy and speculating in land market that is falling and seeing no sign of recovering in short term.

 
Posted on 03-15-11 2:42 PM     [Snapshot: 2531]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 The ones who're holding onto their propery are the ones who need not sell their properties. 

Houses/lands are long-term assets and in Nepal's case, they're as vital as Gold.

One of my Kakas ( a filthy rich business man - all white money ) has 7 houses and more than 30 ropanis of Land. He's the type of a person who's not at all bothered to sell his property as he doesn't need to worry about paying the itnerest that've risen to about 16 percent ( from 7-8 percent a year ago ). 

I live here, and I work here.  Fyi, my mama is one of the key figures of Nabil Bank itself ( which is why I was "pushed" into working here by my mom ), so you really think I don't have an access to information, policies etc? 

 
Posted on 03-15-11 2:55 PM     [Snapshot: 2551]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 AB,

My mama is also a key figure in Nabil. I guess we must be related. How come I don't have such access? And how come we think so differently dude? 

And, I don't think you addressed my question yet. You just gave immaterial examples. Why should someone buy in this falling market?

 
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 You don't have an access because you don't work there and you can't even relate to things because you live in the States. 

If you can afford to cough up some dough and buy in a falling market, knowing it will eventually go up, you're bound to make shitloads of money 5 years from now, compared to depositing it at a Bank. 

Since you're not the one who's either gonna deposit money or are looking to purchase anything, I don't see any point of continuing this discussion anymore. 

 
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No doubt these suckers are simply taking undue advantage of KPB. The time when Tilak Rawal entered APROSC, Hem Bahadur Malla was the agriculture minister and Rawal was a sick follower of slick panches. APROSC was a center for Agricultural scientists not useless economists like Rawal but the panchyati board members were always giving priority to the economist even for writing books on agriculture, what a shame. If anyone is not convinced, better review literatures on it in NARC (Nepal agriculture research center) as APROSC is now acquired by NARC. Today some people “just some people” with biased vision find Thakur Nath Pant, Devendra Raj Pandey as an ideal economist but that is just their feeble perception and Rawal is one of them.

 

During panchayet system, Rawal was a panche and in Kangresi time, he became a kangres. During his tenure at NRB as a GOBER (गोबर) ner, NRB was not a Rastra Bank, it was a Dhurta Rastra (धुर्त राष्ट्र )   Bank with blindfolded eyes. Only good thing he did was for the people of Dhangadi where he hails from. Those who are in banking sector can ask every Rawals and Dhangadi people how they got job at bank, the answer will be simple as job was bestowed upon to them by their GOBER ner saap.

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Posted on 04-29-11 6:22 AM     [Snapshot: 3286]     Reply [Subscribe]
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hey Guys,
Check this song out from a band called "Mutthi". A nepali band based in Sydney. Watch it and leave feedback on youtube to let them know what you think of it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZPBL9em4cM&feature=share

 

Cheers!!!


 
Posted on 04-29-11 1:12 PM     [Snapshot: 3401]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 The very fact that so many people are commenting on  Bijay Kumar and his writing proves that people read him widely   . He has been at the top of Nepalese journalism for decades so it should be no surpise that he has close personal experiences with politicians and  he shares it with us. What is wrong with that.?
Do not forget that he made a very popular  series 'mero jindagi mero biswas, of unsung heroes of Nepal. 
Sadly, the best some people can do in life  with their petty little brain  is criticise others who are successful. Let them bark because that is what is their specialty. Otherwise there is a simple solution Do not read him if you do not like him.
National newspapers in Nepal have published so many of his artlcles as front page news. Perhaps that says someting.
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Posted on 01-03-12 4:15 PM     [Snapshot: 4275]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Pire 

The best you can do with your  lifeis criticse someone who has contributed so much to the
journalism in Nepal, Despite his shortcomings  he is highly regarded by fair minded people.
No wonder his articlles  appear as headline news in the most prestigious newspapers in Nepal.
In a count ry so full of corrupt relatives like yours have you ever heard Bijay Kumar involved in any  
financial scandals in Nepal. It may be not be something so important to your prejudiced mind. That is why you have taken two
paragraphs to pass your judgement on someone whose carrier has lasted decades. Then, should we be expecting anything
constructive from you.


 



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