privacy – not so third world problem?

Yes, developing nation like Nepal first needs food, shelter and clothing first. Then comes the health, education, and better society. Somewhere in the middle, what we need to balance are the three Ps  – privacy, piracy and plagiarism. I will write about “privacy” today. Remaining two will take some more time. Privacy International 2007 privacyContinue reading “privacy – not so third world problem?”

a wristwatch, a radio, and a cycle

evolution of dowry in Nepal – part I (of II) The (not-so-evil) dowry culture of 70s and 80s in Nepal. I say 70s and 80s to be – not-so-evil, because this is somewhat simpler, when compared to the present dowry culture in Nepal. Read my next post for the bad omen dowry system. For now,Continue reading “a wristwatch, a radio, and a cycle”

experience at medical (specialist) conference

I was fortunate enough to be a part of ten volunteers at a conference this past week. This was a specialist conference in medicine, and most of the attendees were prominent Nepali clinicians. I had a good opportunity to see these faces for the first time, and this post is dedicated to these heroes fromContinue reading “experience at medical (specialist) conference”