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Hello and Namaste, My name is Bibek Pokharel and I am from Nepal


Kathmandu and the Entrepreneurial Pursuit

Lately Kathmandu has been silently moving ahead into this clichéd notion of startup hub, less diligently to make it into the headline, however. It can be witnessed that some ardent supporter of entrepreneurship are constantly working day in and day out to promote innovation and support the trailblazers who are behind these promising [...]

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First day in the Netherlands

It was an official trip for the final demo day of an accelerator program called ‘Rockstart’. I was given the opportunity to fly to the Netherlands for the event and was super excited.  If I take myself 6 months back, I cannot imagine myself to be in the place to attend an event in Europe. Life is crazy! And there I was, exploring the [...]

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Trust me, it swung me hard : 2015 Nepal Earthquake

What happened in the 25th April was out of my scariest imagination. Experts had been saying that Nepal was due a big earthquake but no one knew when. Buildings collapsed, people died, those who were able to escape lost their family/friends, their house. People were crying all day outside their tumbled buildings. The scene was horrible as [...]

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Utter Dismay!

The world witnessed a preposterous parliament session on the 19th of January 2015 when the photos and clips of it were all over the news in the morning.  Nepal has always been in the forefront as far as the government instability and unrest between the political parties is concerned.  This is the second attempt to write the constitution [...]

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Clean is Good

The impending SAARC summit is having a positive influence on the cleanliness of the valley, I thought. And the next moment, I happen to see a man walking his dog and coercing it to poop in the footpath. The dog was kind of huge and so we were nowhere near it. I shouted from the other side of the road, “Ghar bhitrai garaunu ni, bato kina [...]

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Tilicho Trek 2012

Day 1: Fun and Thrill was always what we’d expected out of our trek to Tilicho Lake, one of the highest lake in the world. Leaving Kathmandu on 17th October 2012 was something that was waited for about four months. Travelling is bound to be associated with uncertainties and so was ours. Finding a bus to Beshishar from Kathmandu was a [...]

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Nepal in Every Travelers wishlist

Nepal is the place where tourist from the one who are ready to spend $40-$300 a day to the one who are traveling with limited budget would afford to visit. I am not saying this because I am from Nepal rather I am speaking the mind of the foreigners who I’ve met during my tour to those regions where people from all around the world visit. [...]

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