Homework with the kiddo 

Homeworks, everybody hates them.  Especially when you’re a kid in the lower KGs and your teacher gives you shitload of it, at least that’s what you think. You only realise that it was only abcds when you grow up and reach upper classes.

I just finished my high school and my younger brother studies in UKG. The homework he gets are repeating words , aakars and ookars. All that he has to do is write 20 words in a day and for that he wants 200 minutes in the timer. 

 That’s all his homework but he wants 200 minutes in timer. 

I miss my days in elementary school. The fun we had playing with mud,  the crazy little fights , the cows and daily swinning in janodaya’s pool. Life was exciting.


The fifth  bottle of nepal ice today at home. Just got my visa .. Cheers people 

The visa

Today I got my study visa.

I still can’t belive I got my visa

I don’t want to go and work illegally with this visa 

I want to be a part of the research and experiments with the this visa 

I want to the world with this visa

IshanEvilSnakeLamsal, I got the US visa, dude you gotta send me some money so that I can give the party for getting this visa. 

The article I wrote

Firstly, I am drunk. Please ignore my grammatical verbal errors.

I am very moved by what happened in Qatar recently. The country had to face an economic embargo from its major neighbours. Being a citizen of Nepal, I know what it is like to face an economic blockade. I know what it is like when the food prices rise by more than 100%. I know what it feels like when you have to buy fuel for nearly triple the price in the market( Qatar doesn’t have to face this one problem, at least). I know the pain when you have to buy Mo: Mo for twice the price in the same place. That sucks the most!!

Jokes aside, what concerns me the most is the condition of migrant labours from Nepal. I am not a human rights and/or labour rights advocate, as long as my country is not involved. I deeply care for those who have to go out of the country to find employment, and there are millions of them.  Those who have been working for the Qatari companies and those, whose life will be scrambled once and for all after these companies dissolve. I’ve already heard the news of countless of people getting fired from their jobs. People who were working for food transportation companies and their jobs are already gone after Saudi Arabiya set the embargo.

I even wrote an article, as a citizen journalist, on this matter. Here’s the link.  I shared it with my friends and they seem to like it too. My brother even shared it on Facebook and my friends told me that I’m moving towards unbiased journalism and I should keep doing it.

Even before the incident, the Embassy of Nepal has not done much on the protecion of the rights of migrant labourers. We still hear the news, not only in media,not just in media, of passport snatches, no payments and abuse of the rights of people who work in the Gulf Countries. The Embassy puts a blind eye on all of that. I do not expect the embassy to work on the current Qatari Crisis. But being a citizen of this country, I care for the people who work there. Some of them are my own relatives. There are tens of people from my maternal side, working in this country for such a long time. I do not want them to lose their jobs. Or at least, if they have to lose it, I want them to be faciliated to return back to the country within days, not months.

Finally, I hope the diplomatic crisis in Qatar resolves fast. It is for the betterment of all the Gulf Counties and also the third-world that heavily depends on remittance. Nobody should be suffering for the wrong doings of the government, if it has done any.  I do not know whether Qatar funded terrorism or not. All I know is people who have nothing to do with it, even the Qataris, should be suffeing from it.


The lazy life

In the recent times, it has rarely happened that I did not write on the blog for more than 4 weeks. The last time I wrote was when I was drunk and dancing at Sam’s, Reef and Ibyza. Wow! That’s the last time I went clubbing. It has already been a month of distancing from the extravagant and useless spendings on alcohol and dance.

A lot has happened since then. College decisions, fees payments, mock sessions, Rotaract MUN and much more. It seems like a lot, but it actually isn’t.

In the past month, I did spend almost a week being a full-time employee level busy. But then I also spend the last week doing nothing productive. I had plans of reading the constitution, continuing my work, writing articles for CrowdH and national dailies. I even had made up my mind to stop smoking and do vigorous exercise daily. Of all these plans, the only thing I’ve done is write on my blog after 4 long weeks. Even this seems to be difficult. I can’t even form complete and grammatically correct sentences. I just keep reading the sentences I’ve written, times and again.

I seriously need to get rid of the laziness. I can’t afford to Netflix 6 hours a day at this point of time when I should be thinking deep on how to sustain in college. I only have two months in Nepal, and I need to think of creating small funnels that will pour down a thousand dollars a month. I even have plans ready for that. All I need to do is stop being lazy, think the plan and make strategies and process them.

This article marks me stepping out of the laziness. I’m geared up a bit, and I don’t feel lazy at all. I will start with my articles soon, and the more I write in the process, the better I become. Let’s hope the laziness doesn’t come back for a day or two, at least.