WNSO N e w s l e t t e r
Happy New Year 2061 B.S.
Date: April 2004: | WNSO Publication: http://newsletter.wnso.org  | Volume 1, Issue 4

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WNSO Network News

WNSO Thailand and Greece coming soon.

We are pleased to announced that Nepali Students studying in Thailand and Greece are planning to establish WNSO Network very soon.   

Both Thailand and Greece Network of WNSO will enhance and strengthen the capability of WNSO to remain on the frontline of Student organisations.. WNSO welcome in advance for both network and all the students studying in Thailand and Greece and wish all students a Happy New Year 2061.

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Muktak:

By: Khem Dhakal

Muktak-1:
hey sundari kaha chhau timi
ma ta khojdai hide
bhaktapur ra thimi
kahile jhokai jhokma
kahile bhokai bhokma
aakhir timi ta rahechhau
momo bechiraheki
tehi galli indrachowk ma

Muktak-2:
Aaja matrai maile euta kabita lekhe
Kabita bhita sabita pani dekhe
Kabita bhari sabita bharinu
Sabita bhari kabita bharinu
Ustai ustai bhayeko bakhat
Tehi sabita parai bhayeko
Maile euta ramita dekhe



Haiku (by : Grisma)
Bhaleko karkas sangai,
Bhuintincha harek bihani,
Sanjh ko talaash ma.
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Tipdai janda
Anaginti tara haru
Chhutechha chandrama.
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Sanghar nagna nasaki,
Setamyai fuleen,
Meri aama.

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The Rhythm Show

Namaste ladies n gents!

We, SAD 3'S, have completed doing our 5th episode of The Rhythm Show.  To listen our new program Please visit www.radio.wnso.org.

We are deeply ashamed to have delayed doing the show this time. We are very very very sorry for this. We are sure you understand our problems.

Regarding this show, we have presented the interviews of our country's celebrities, Mr Madan Krishna Shrestha, and Mr Narendra Kansakar, this time.

We are 100% sure that our mistakes and errors will be forgiven.

Tell us what you think about this show. We will be checking your mails at therhythmshow@wnso.org Alternatively, you can send your words about this show in the CHAUTARI.

Cheers!

The SAD 3's
The Rhythm Show


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Welcome to WNSO Newsletter Volume 1, Issue 4.

WNSO wish you Happy New Year 2061.

Worldwide Nepalese student’s organisation (WNSO) is delighted to release the fourth issue of WNSO Newsletter on the auspicious occasion of Happy New Year 2061.

We trust the year ahead will bring peace, prosperity and more success into your life.

Once again with your support WNSO promise to continue all our services over the internet and on the ground. We will do our best to remain in touch throughout this year and years to come with all the media used by WNSO.

We urge all existing students and prospective students to take part to promote WNSO all over the world and to reach each and every corner of the world where Nepalese students studying.

We expect to receive strong support in all forms to broaden our services and to remain on prominent position to safeguard the rights and welfare of Nepalese Students studying around the world in future days to come. We always welcome your suggestion, opinions and feedback. Please feel free to post your comments and suggestions at WNSO Chautari (forum).

Finally once again we trust you will enjoy 4th issue of our WNSO Newsletter and promise to come back next month.

Once again wish you Happy New Year 2061 !!


Newsletter Team
newsletter@wnso.org

Scholarship Information

PhD Studentships
Department of Epidemiology and Public Health
University College London
1-19 Torrington Place, London, WC1E 6BT

The Department of Epidemiology and Public Health invites applications for research leading to a PhD, beginning in October 2004, to work in the following areas: epidemiology, medical sociology, dental public health and health psychology. Applicants should have (or expect to obtain) a first or upper second class degree in an appropriate subject. Two MRC PhD studentships are available. The Department is also keen to assist suitably qualified students in applying for alternative sources of funding where possible.   Read Full information


PhD Research Studentships

ESRC 1+3 Studentships, AHRB/ESRC Competition Studentships

Applications are invited for two ESRC 1+3 quota studentships including stipend and tuition fees at the UK/EU rate, for study commencing October 2004, in the RAE 5* rated department of Social Sciences.

Applications are also invited for AHRB and ESRC competition studentships including stipend and tuition fees at the UK/EU rate, for study commencing October 2004. 
Read Full information

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Articles

LIFE By Roshan

"Imagine life as a game in which you are juggling some five balls in the air. You name them - WORK, FAMILY, HEALTH, FRIENDS, AND SPIRIT and you're keeping all of these in the air. You will soon understand that work is a rubber ball. If you drop, it will bounce back. But the other balls - Family, Health, Friends and Spirit, are made of glass. If you drop one of these, they will be irrevocably scuffed, marked, nicked, damaged or even shattered. They will never be the same. You must understand that and strive for balance in your life.  Read Full Article
 


Life of the Nepalese student abroad in new era, new era students : By Rajunpl

No wonder, There was a time in early 80's when a old military man brings back radio in our village, use to be a matter of talk in whole village.

Again let's get back to the history the fashion of Nepalese student to go abroad start since early 90's.After 2000 say in new era hundred and thousand of student stared fleeing overseas in major countries of the world, some familiar like uk, us, aus and many more.

Guess what? Are they all in positive consequence. what will they bring back? some end up in migrant process, some does in drugs, some are ending in misguiding. hardly 1 out of every 20 are in a some sort of good position. Who is responsible for this? may the answer is your inner conscience if you know what you are doing. 
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A Tribute paid! : by Grisma


Flanders is a region in the west of Belgium which stretches North to south from the Netherlands to France.
Ypres/ Ieper is a province in West Flanders where the first world war, the infamous fighting between the Imperial German Armies of the Emperor Wilhem II and the Allied Armies of Belgium, France & Great Britain was fought; between 1914-1918. Many lives were lost, in so small an area for so little material gain.
In Flanders Fields museum, one can see and feel the real horror that a war can cause. The museum so vividly portrays the different aspects of the WWI that one feels like walking past the battlefield, knee deep in the bloody muddy fields under the heavy exchange of shells and bombs in the vicinity. One can feel the suffocation from the Mustard & Chlorine gas, used by the Germans against the Allied forces. Limbs and torsos are seen dangling in the barbed wire, cries and wails from the trodden ones send shiver run deep down your spines
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Poem

Suppression, I accept not 

I came into this world
not like the river
but like the drop of water
and will evaporate soon

Though,
I am only
a drop of water
in the majestic ocean
of nature
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LOVE  vs DESTINY
 
Once again I have fallen short
To grasp my fairy tale,
To make my own destiny
To re-live my love and dream
I tend to lean my hand to grab it,
Caress it, treasure it,
Thinking I would never let it go,
And this time shall it not fade away
But once again, my hand has fallen short

Read full poem

The Planet :Earth (by Ashish Dahal, Sunnyvale, California)

How man prayed the moon as almighty,
Although is conquered by man itself today,
Sitting here in the middle of no reality,
Did anyone believe this fact in yester-days?

Man's knowledge is of great use today,
But sometimes is of huge loss,
Nuclear powers, missiles, such violent sources,
canít these be stopped in reality for peace?

Belonging to the same planet and roofing same sky,
Anyway Israeli and Palestine deny the fact,
everybody, everywhere,
Arenít you interested for better life on home?

So, every earth's individual,
lets come across the feelings of enmity,
In addition, develop brother relationship,
So that the earth be only planet with "MEN".

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What is New?

English in our culture..

Hey there thought I'd ask a question....

Why is it that in our Nepalese community speaking in English with another Nepalese person considered to be a faux pas? People think you're showing off.....Does it mean that just because you choose to express yourself in a different language that you are being pretentious?? Opinions?  More here


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Joke

A junior manager, a senior manager and their boss are on their way
to a meeting. On their way through a park, they come across a wonder
lamp. They rub the lamp and a ghost appears.
The ghost says, "Normally, one is granted three wishes but as you
are three, I will allow one wish each"

So the eager senior manager shouted, I want the first wish. I want
to be in the Bahamas, on a fast boat and have no worries.

"Pfufffff, and he was gone.

Now the junior manager could not keep quiet and shouted "I want to
be in Florida with beautiful girls, plenty of food and cocktails.

"Pfufffff, and he was also gone.

The boss calmly said," I want these two idiots back in the office
after lunch at 12.35pm" Read more jokes

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