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          Harke Haldar | 12 September 2018 (Ep 379)      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted by Anup September 12, 2018 :
Nepali Comedy Video - Harke Haldar | Popular Nepali Comedy Serial | Kantipur TV HD About Harke Haldar : Harke Haldar is a funny weekly Nepali comedy (drama) serial on Kantipur Television HD from one of the rural village of Nepal, where the story revolves around the main character ex. Hawaldar (Harke ) along with his troublesome neighbors. This is also a social serial that resembles typical Nepali Society. This program was aired in Kantipur Television on 05 September 2018 at 7:00 PM Harke Haldar Team : Artists : Bishnu Sapkota, Shivahari Bairagi (Nepal), Roshani Sapkota, Surendra K.C., Shiva Sharma, Indra Dong Lama, Saru Dahal, Anita Karki, Anju Rawali, Asmita Basnet, Padam Karki, Rajendra Giri, Yadu Dhital Writer : Shiva Sharma Director: Bishnu Sapkota / Indra Dong Lama Media Partner : Online Suchana Pati Editor : Raaz Karki Recording Studio : ManjuShree Studio Title Vocal : Prakash Ojha Music : Basanta Sapkota Unit Management : Rajendra Giri / Yedunath Dhital Cinematography : Buddha Thapa Legal Advisor : Naradmuni Pyakurel Make-up : Sanjay Lama Sport : Ram Saran Tamang Post Production : City Multi Concern Pvt.Ltd. Producer : Indra Dong Lama.
          POWER NEWS: Hartalika Teej 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted by Anup September 12, 2018 :
Believing that news is for everyone and all the people have an equal right to receive true and factual information at anytime, anywhere.We are a team of dedicated, vibrant, professional, experienced and energetic people putting our efforts to set new dawn in the field of online journalism. We aim to bring the reality accessible for all and bring the people together for social, economical and political transformation. We are also committed to bring the news instantly when it crops out. We also evaluate and provide comprehensive reporting and commentary on the politics, business, culture, travel, fashion, sports and education of Nepal in an attractive and elegant manner. Our online site is a medium to unite the Nepalese people residing in every nook and corner of the world.
          EN REBAJAS: Forzieri - Estola en Pashmina Azul Claro      Cache   Translate Page      

La exquisita lana cachemir de las cabras del Himalaya ha adornado el Extremo Oriente por siglos. Preciado por su suavidad, hoy en día Estola en Pashminaes el accesorio de quienes poseen un gusto refinado.(70% Pashmina, 30% Seda, Made in Nepal, sólo envío UPS)
          Step into September at Fota Wildlife Park      Cache   Translate Page      

This Saturday the 15th of September is International Red Panda Day 2018 and Fota Wildlife Park are asking you to come and say goodbye to our twin male Red pandas, Koda and Lionel who will be leaving for Longleat Safari Park in the UK the following week. The twin males have been named in honour of the Irish rock band – Kodaline, who filmed their music video’s ‘Ready to Change’ at Fota last year and the location fees were donated to the Red Panda Forest Guardian Project in Nepal. The Red panda is officially classified by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as endangered.

To raise awareness for this species during International Red Panda Day 2018 this Saturday 15th September Fota have devised the following events which are free with entry/admission:

• Wish Koda and Lionel “Bon Voyage” with a special feeding time and talk with their Ranger at 2 pm Sat 15th September
• Red Panda themed arts and crafts from 11 am to 2 pm and Red Panda themed face painting from 3 pm to 5 pm Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th September in the Entertainment Marquee.
• Red Panda activity packs will be available at the Entertainment Marquee from 11 am on the Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th September.

World Rhino Day Weekend 22nd and 23rd September

During World Rhino Day Weekend, we invite you to step inside the specially constructed Rhino House and to take a step closer to see how our two male Indian rhinos live, behave and how they interact with their Rangers who have devised talks and training demos that will run between 13.00 and 14.00 on Sat 22nd and Sun 23rd. There will also be a chance to win a yearlong Conservation Membership by guessing the weight of one of our Rhinos. (Rhino House, Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd September between 13.00 and 14.00)

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to hear more about this species which is now considered vulnerable by the IUCN  - included with your entry/admission. Fota Wildlife Park is open daily from 10 am.

Also included with your entry/admission this September:

Daily Feeding Times:
10.45 Penguins
12.45 Cheetahs - Cheetah Run
2.15 Siamang Gibbons
3.30 Seals
4.00 Cheetahs - Cheetah Run
4.30 Penguins

Daily Wildlife Talks:
11.00 Visitor meet and greet inside Main Gates
11.30 Indian Rhino
12.00 Siamang Gibbon
12.30 Asiatic Lion
12.45 Cheetah Run
2.15 Siamang Gibbon
2.30 Red Panda (Asian Sanctuary)
3.00 Sumatran Tiger
3.30 Eagle & Seal
4.00 Cheetah Run
4.30 Penguin Feeding
5.00 Eagle & Seal
5.15 Giraffe Crossing

Activities in the Entertainment Marquee:
Arts and Craft 11 am – 2 pm – weekends only
Face Painting 3 pm- 5 pm -weekends only


          I quit my high-paying job to travel the world — and came back as the CEO of my own company      Cache   Translate Page      

Quit my job

  • I quit my job after 10 years of working at an aerospace brand and in finance.
  • By many measures, I had excelled in those roles — I earned great money and ran prestigious teams all over the world.
  • However, the 12-hour days and little free time became too much to bear, and I felt that life was passing me by.
  • So I quit my job to travel the world — and unexpectedly became a CEO. 

 

Ever since I was five years old, all I've ever wanted was to travel and meet people around the world. I grew up in communist Poland. The borders were closed, and passports were nearly impossible to get. Everyone around me said  I would never be able to see the world.

But I never believed it. I've always felt like a global citizen. 

Soon after communism collapsed in Poland, I put all of my drive and ambition into my education.

I came to the US, finished college in three years while working full time, graduating summa cum laude. I quickly got recruited by a multi billion-dollar global aerospace brand.

Within six months, I began leading global IT programs, creating and managing remote teams on four different continents and training thousands of members around the world from my laptop.

We accomplished amazing things, and soon new career opportunities poured in. I wanted to challenge myself and grow, so I moved to the financial industry.

I had finally made it to the VP level. Running large global programs and leading high-performance teams sounded prestigious. But each new career step was becoming more intrusive, stressful, office-bound, and time-consuming.

I spent agonizing hours in traffic getting to and from a job that was less than inspiring. My 12-hour work days were filled with spreadsheets, slide presentations, endless meetings, and canceled vacations.

Swiveling in my chair in my almost-corner office, I wondered: Is this all there is to life?

I started wondering what had happened. Where was the adventurous soul who wanted to travel the world? Now I could barely scrape together a week to get away.

Life was passing me by

Like many people I know, I was living on autopilot: finishing school, giving up the best years of my life to work, and postponing my dreams for the elusive idea of retirement. Deferring life was my norm.

Essentially, I was betting my entire life on the possibility of truly enjoying it near the end. The more I thought about it, the more the idea sounded like an irresponsible and risky gamble. There was only one option: I had to take time off to begin living — now.

Quit my job

The stakes were high — I was leaving behind my entire 10-year career and giving up the security of my income in exchange for one year of travel and living. I was scared, but the more I looked around, the more I realized that there are no guarantees in life.

We have only one life, and there is no do-over. I began to see that quitting my office job to finally live my life was not the riskiest decision — staying in my taxing job and not giving my life a chance was. So I packed my bags and bought a one-way ticket to Spain.

I traveled — and started a business

I visited over 50 countries and six continents, soaking up the sun in Bali, sipping wine in Santorini, climbing to the base camp of Mount Everest, and scuba diving at the Great Barrier Reef. Travel became my new life.

Quit my job

Every time I visited a new country, I was blown away by the talented people I met — amazing people with so much untapped potential and so few opportunities. I couldn’t stand it.

I could clearly see how many of the people I met could drive innovation for top companies worldwide, if only given a chance. 

Drawing on my own remote-work experience, I quickly realized that I didn't have to give up my dream of travel and helping people around the world to accomplish my career goals.

All of a sudden, my vision was clear: Everybody deserves a chance to live up to their potential, and the flexibility of remote work can help them do it.

Quit my job.

So I created my first Facebook group for remote and travel jobs, and began working with progressive and forward-thinking employers worldwide who shared remote work opportunities daily.

Initially, there were only 100 members, but when the community reached 3,500 people, I knew this was bigger than me. These were extremely talented people from all over the world. I believed in them, and they counted on me.

So I did everything I could to help. I reached out to every employer I could to bring more remote job opportunities and I went to every meetup out there to learn more about how to create a successful business.

Eventually, I met entrepreneur Gregg Pollack, who recommended that I apply to Starter Studio, an innovative hub he created for entrepreneurs.

Quit my job

I made a few slides showing how amazing our community is. After many subsequent steps, I was accepted to the program. For the next three months, I spent every waking hour learning from top entrepreneurs how to build a successful business.

At the end of the program, Pangian, our borderless digital nation, was born.

Today, Pangian is platform powered by machine learning and AI, matching top talent around the world with high-quality, long-term remote work. We just expanded to 121 countries with top global companies and over 39,000 members united by our goal of flexible work that has meaning and fulfills us.

And this is just the beginning.

SEE ALSO: I'm a burned-out millennial who quit a high-paying 9-to-5 job to travel full time

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          Comment on ශ්‍රී ලන්කන් ගුවන් යානයෙන් දුන්න කජු බල්ලෙකුටවත් කන්න බෑ………….President on the way back from Nepal by Dharmasiri Weerasinghe      Cache   Translate Page      
<strong>SriLankan Airlines changes cashew supplier after President’s rage</strong> Sri Lanka’s national airline said Wednesday (Sept 12) it has stopped serving cashews after the country’s president flew into a rage over nuts served to him on a flight to Colombo. “Returning from Kathmandu, I was served some cashews on board a SriLankan flight, but it was so bad even a dog wouldn’t eat it,” Maithripala Sirisena said on Monday. “I want to know who authorised the purchase of these nuts,” the president told a meeting of farmers. An airline spokesman said it has responded by clearing its stock of cashews - only served in business class - and would change its Dubai-based supplier. Source: AFP
          Comment on ශ්‍රී ලන්කන් ගුවන් යානයෙන් දුන්න කජු බල්ලෙකුටවත් කන්න බෑ………….President on the way back from Nepal by dhane      Cache   Translate Page      
President Sirisena open air remark on Cashew nuts display he is the biggest nutty case not suitable to be elected as President of Sri Lanka. He does not have any diplomatic quality in life. He would have thought exposing his Cashew nuts case in public he will be come an hero like Gon Ranja. No Sira you show your back stabbing ability still continue by insulting your own National carrier. Instead he should summon the CEO of the Air line or Catering Service CEO of the Airline who were appointed with his knowledge or may not and warned him at the presidential office. For that Sira does not have the guts as he may have first permission from PM Ranil to do so.
          Comment on ශ්‍රී ලන්කන් ගුවන් යානයෙන් දුන්න කජු බල්ලෙකුටවත් කන්න බෑ………….President on the way back from Nepal by Ratanapala      Cache   Translate Page      
Sirisena should have had the good sense to sort this issue internally without vilifying the national carrier publicly. He has done irreparable damage to the once very highly rated service record of the Sri Lankan. He is a snake while in Colombo and a fox in lion’s clothing when in a remote corner of the island. This shows that he has no fear or shame left to do any dirty deed if only to promote his ego. From the time he entered the office and took the oath of office as the President of Sri Lanka, what shameful things he has done are without precedent. He went on to appoint a PM with no majority in the parliament and that too without even letting the incumbent know that he has been replaced.Then he went on to replace the Chief Justice in the same fashion. He literally looked the other while Ranil took the Central Bank under his authority, appoint a foreigner as the Governor of the Central Bank and allowed two Bank Scams to take place while taking all precautions to let them escape firstly due legal scrutiny and then let the clutches of the law and due process. He initiated a Presidential Commission and yet allow the main culprit in hand escape. The local mastermind Ranil who provided all the background, guidelines and resources for the daylight robbery is still a free man. During his tenure of office so far he has done everything possible under the sun to denigrate our nation, our Ranaviruwoes, our honor, Buddhism and Buddhist priests, our national anthem and flag. Whenever he goes overseas he is a disgrace to our nation. As Sri Lankans we are ashamed to have this imbecile for our President.
          PEQUEÑA CRÓNICA PORTUGUESA      Cache   Translate Page      
Pasar las horas muertas en un aeropuerto es un asunto de lo más pesado, cada vez más. Si viajar es un placer -y que siga siéndolo hasta que el cuerpo aguante-, esperar la salida del avión se hace tedioso y muchas veces hasta insoportable. Uno echa mano de lo que tiene más cerca cuando ya pasear dando vueltas como un tonto se hace aburrido: libro, iPad, móvil, crucigramas y el enésimo vistazo al panel que anuncia el número del mostrador de facturación o la puerta de embarque. Por otro lado, es tanto el bullicio del personal que deambula por cualquier rincón que uno no puede evitar fijarse, y más si se trata de alguien como yo que es un gran observador. Es interesante ver cómo las modas se van asentando entre las personas, ya sean absurdas, incómodas, más feas o más bonitas; si Beckham inventó la metrosexualidad y puso de moda, hasta la saciedad clónica, los pendientes de brillantes (bueno, los de él, el resto de bisutería) y los tatuajes, ahora se va implantando otra, esta vez exportada por jugadores de la NBA: las cholas con calcetines. Muy cómodo debe ser caminar con el pie resbalando a cada paso, pero allí está, dentro de poco será algo tan normal como las esclavas havaianas que se han implantado en los meses veraniegos.
Así he pasado la vuelta, ayer por la mañana, en el caluroso aeropuerto de Lisboa después de cuatro días de asueto. Tres días visitando la ciudad y el penúltimo Sintra. No puedo quejarme, el viaje me gustó, pero la cantidad de turismo es tan exagerada que en algunos momentos me resultaba muy desagradable.El transporte público -tranvías y guaguas- repleto, colas para entrar en las tiendas, monumentos atestados, gente, gente y más gente. 
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          Sidha Kura Janata Sanga: September 13, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
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          ATM Hackers Targeting Nepal Strictly      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted on Sep 13, 2018 :
The Central Investigation Bureau of Nepal Police on Thursday arrested two Turkish nationals with Rs 2 million cash stolen through various ATM booths using fake cards. The arrestees are Muhareem Uzun, 52 and Selahattin Yabar, 32. They were arrested from the Kantipath-based Hotel Yellow Pagoda, police said. The duo has been accused of withdrawing money from other’s bank account through the Nabil Bank’s ATM booth in Kantipath. Police have confiscated Rs 2.6 million, USD 1,650, 113 ATM Cards, two mobile sets and eight pages of paper printed with pin numbers.

          Ukali Orali: September 13, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted by Anup September 13, 2018 :
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          NEPAL IDOL II SEASON 2 II PIANO ROUND 1 II EPISODE 11      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted by Anup September 13, 2018 :
Its LIVE, a place to make all Nepalese lover to gather. Please share to as many as possible to let other also enjoy the show. Believing that news is for everyone and all the people have an equal right to receive true and factual information at anytime, anywhere.We are a team of dedicated, vibrant, professional, experienced and energetic people putting our efforts to set new dawn in the field of online journalism. We aim to bring the reality accessible for all and bring the people together for social, economical and political transformation. We are also committed to bring the news instantly when it crops out. We also evaluate and provide comprehensive reporting and commentary on the politics, business, culture, travel, fashion, sports and education of Nepal in an attractive and elegant manner. Our online site is a medium to unite the Nepalese people residing in every nook and corner of the world.
          Power News: Nirmala Rape Case      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted by Anup September 13, 2018 :
Believing that news is for everyone and all the people have an equal right to receive true and factual information at anytime, anywhere.We are a team of dedicated, vibrant, professional, experienced and energetic people putting our efforts to set new dawn in the field of online journalism. We aim to bring the reality accessible for all and bring the people together for social, economical and political transformation. We are also committed to bring the news instantly when it crops out. We also evaluate and provide comprehensive reporting and commentary on the politics, business, culture, travel, fashion, sports and education of Nepal in an attractive and elegant manner. Our online site is a medium to unite the Nepalese people residing in every nook and corner of the world.
          News: Black Teej      Cache   Translate Page      
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Believing that news is for everyone and all the people have an equal right to receive true and factual information at anytime, anywhere.We are a team of dedicated, vibrant, professional, experienced and energetic people putting our efforts to set new dawn in the field of online journalism. We aim to bring the reality accessible for all and bring the people together for social, economical and political transformation. We are also committed to bring the news instantly when it crops out. We also evaluate and provide comprehensive reporting and commentary on the politics, business, culture, travel, fashion, sports and education of Nepal in an attractive and elegant manner. Our online site is a medium to unite the Nepalese people residing in every nook and corner of the world.
          Nirmala Panta's Father Cries At Reporters Club      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted by Dhruba Shrestha September 13, 2018 :
In this episode of clear cut we can see the talk with Rishi Dhamala. Rishi Dhamala is Nepalese journalist and founder of a Nepali journalist association, Reporter’s Club Nepal. In addition, Dhamala works for several other media outlets in Nepal. He is the host of the TV show The RD Show on Himalayan Television and has hosted many influential Nepalis on it.

          Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda Speech - Video      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted by Dhruba Shrestha September 13, 2018 :
Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda', the first Prime Minister after the nation was declared a republic, was born on December 11, 1954 in Dhikurpokhari-2, Kaski. Son of Muktiram Dahal and Bhawani Dahal, 'Prachanda' holds a Bachelor's Degree in Agriculture and Animal Science. Active since the past 42 years in Nepalese politics, 'Prachanda' spent some six years in teaching and also served at the USAID. He is contesting from Kathmandu-10 and Siraha-5 in the CA Election 2013. He began his political career in 1972 from Pushpal Group and formed Marxist Group in 1975 and later joined CPN (Fourth Convention) in 1978. With full-fledged membership of CPN (FC) in 1979, 'Prachanda' was elected as Chitwan District Committee member in 1980.

          Clear Cut with Rishi Dhamala      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted by Dhruba Shrestha September 13, 2018 :
In this episode of clear cut we can see the talk with Rishi Dhamala. Rishi Dhamala is Nepalese journalist and founder of a Nepali journalist association, Reporter’s Club Nepal. In addition, Dhamala works for several other media outlets in Nepal. He is the host of the TV show The RD Show on Himalayan Television and has hosted many influential Nepalis on it.

          Jaljala Pariyar Records New Song After Her Treatment      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted by Dhruba Shrestha September 13, 2018 :
Sagar Ale who had helped 8 lakh to Jaljala Pariyar, Help another girl named Aakriti Thapa Magar. Jaljala Pariyar is a Nepali singer who is being popular and raising her fame as a singer in nepali music industry. She has even participated in many reality shows and most popular from Nepali Tara.She sings very beautifully and though she is young her voice and singing is very much matured.

          Teej | Happy Saturday Ep 14 | Short Comedy Movie 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted by Dhruba Shrestha September 13, 2018 :
Watch Episode 13 of Happy Saturday on the occasion of Fathers Day created by Colleges Nepal. Colleges Nepal produces Nepali Comedy Movie, short movies like Aajkal Ko Love, Soltini are popular web series on Monday and Thursday respectively. Colleges Nepal produces short movies, comedy videos, vines, movie talks, celebrity interviews, movie reports, breaking news, trending news, educational news, tutorials, and different kinds of contents that is youth focused. Currently the popular web series in Colleges Nepal YouTube channel are Aajkal ko love, Soltini and Happy Saturday. Apart Nepali comedy video, this channel also promotes Nepali music video and Nepali song by uprising bands of our nation.



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