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Date: May 2005: | WNSO Publication: http://newsletter.wnso.org  | Volume 1, Issue 9

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WNSO Patron:

WNSO Patron Prof. Subedi

The WNSO is honoured to have Professor Subedi as its patron since January 2005.

Professor Subedi is currently working as a professor of International Law at the University of Leeds, UK. He also practices law as a Consultant to Mishcon de Reya, a leading commercial law firm in London. Read More....

Message  from WNSO UK President:  

The world today is guided by information system. As members of the WNSO and well-wishers we are here to share Nepalese students’ views and experiences around the world. Information from one corner of the world can be transmitted to good use at another corner.  Our newsletter team has taken this venture to bring it on desk despite their inconveniences. Read More...

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Surajko tato raaple
Dadhnu dhartilai pareko chha,
Dhoka aakhako hunchha
Tadpinu manlai pareko chha !
Naazneen Seikh

Dherai Din Bitey
Dherai Raat Pani
Manmai Sacheko thiye
Unko muhar lai - Afnai Jiwan Sangini Bhani
Ma Maya Garu !
Sayad Ma Katai Galat Thiye
Parkhai Mai Jiwan Bitne Bhaye
Aakhir kina Ma Unlai Kuru?
Ram Kharel

Bichalit yo manale
bam baarudaka praharharu pani
sahajai swikarna sakchhan
mana aaphai...........
Dhungaako chaTtaan baneko belaa
aatankit yo manale
aagoko lapkaaharu pani
sahjai swirkaan sakchhan
mana aaphai..........
jwaalaamukhiko "laawaa"
baneko belaa.
Surendra Shrestha

Jaba samma hasnechhau hami
Taba samma sabai hamra hunechhan,
Jaba roaula kunai din hami
Taba pani khojaula ti sabailai jo sangai thiye
Tara ti sabai katai antai hunchhan
Jo pahile sangai thiye!!
Ramila Rai

Thaha chhaina kasari bitla
Yo varshatko mausam,
Mageka dinharu chhan
Ani magekai raatiharu.
Floreince Kadayat

Ravi prabhatma udaos naudaos
Udaun timra su-dinharu
Chandani raatma chamkiyos nachamkiyos
Chamkirahun timra mrigalochanharu
Jivandeep chahe nibhos mero
Nanibhun timra chahanaharu
Tukriyos mala mero bhagyodayako
Natutun timra aakanshyaharu
Bhatkiyos mero samagra vipana
Tara sakaar houn timra sapanaharu
Dubos baru mero yathartha sansaar
Nadubun timra kalpanaharu

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Welcome to WNSO Newsletter Volume 1, Issue 9


Study and Scholarship Information

1. Study in Germany

Students from all over the world study and research at one of the more than 300 universities in Germany. They're enrolled at universities that have a wide range of scientific fields on offer or at universities of applied science with very specific, application-oriented programs.

German universities are open to all interested students from abroad who fulfill the academic entrance requirements. The best place for information concerning prerequisites and needed language skills is the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). You have to prove that your language skills suffice before you begin studying. There are several examinations you can take. There is one exception, however: if you'd like to enroll in an international program taught in English at a German university, you usually don't have to prove your proficiency in the German language. Instead, you need to prove that your command of the English language is excellent - you might have to present your TOEFL score (Test of English as a Foreign Language), for instance.

All German universities have Academic offices for foreign students (Akademisches Auslandsamt). These are also good places to start.
More click here

2.   Legal help for student's studying in UK

WNSO will provide FREE legal help for the student's studying abroad. WNSO has set-up helpline@wnso.org for worldwide and helplineuk@wnso.org  to help Nepalese students living in the uk. Anyone can email in this email address to ask question regarding immigration to education, accommodation to employment.

3. Students can contact Doctor at doctor@wnso.org

From now all the students from around the globe can contact WNSO Doctor at doctor@wnso.org 

Team of Doctor's from UK and Nepal will advise student's regarding their problem online or by email.

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UK Government policy on overseas students
The British Government is committed to encouraging people from overseas to study and train in Britain at a formative stage of their careers because:

  • they bring cultural benefits and enrich the institutions they attend by contributing new ideas, attitudes and experiences;
  • they return home with an enhanced appreciation of British life, ideas and values, culture and institutions, and a good command of the English language;
  • as they rise to positions of influence in their professions, their experience is likely to predispose them to look to Britain for ideas, technology, trade and investment;
  • they provide a significant source of income for British academic institutions, and can contribute to the development of the institutions’ international contacts and their reputation as centres of excellence.
  • support for the education and training of students from developing countries is an integral part of HMG’s overseas development policy;   More Click here
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The promise and risk of new genetics :- Krishna Pudasaini

Headlines about DNA, genes, and the new powers of scientists to analyze and manipulate these fundamental elements of life vie for our attention daily. The dazzling diversity of applications of DNA science to fields ranging from medicine and agriculture to forensics and environmental restoration undoubtedly will have resounding impacts on society and each of our own lives.

Many of the new genetic discoveries stem from data and tools generated by the massive international Human Genome Project (HGP), whose goal is to describe in intricate detail the DNA from humans and other selected organisms by 2003. Because DNA is the information molecule that carries instructions for creating and maintaining all life, resources and analytical technologies generated by the HGP and other genetic research can be applied to the DNA of all organisms on earth. Other important HGP goals are to develop tools for data analysis and to address some of the ethical, legal, and social issues that may arise from the project.

This article offers some basic information on the Human Genome Project and DNA science that will help the reader understand why genetic information is so powerful. It also describes a few current applications and some developments we can expect to see in the next few years, and presents some of the potentially troubling societal concerns surrounding this work. [More here]

Genetic Engineering :- Krishna Pudasaini

What we do and don't know about 'race', 'ethnicity', genetics and health at the dawn of the genome era

 A true understanding of disease risk requires a thorough examination of root causes. 'Race' and 'ethnicity' are poorly defined terms that serve as flawed surrogates for multiple environmental and genetic factors in disease causation, including ancestral geographic origins, socioeconomic status, education and access to health care. Research must move beyond these weak and imperfect proxy relationships to define the more proximate factors that influence health

 A small meeting convened at the National Human Genome Centre at Howard University in Washington, D.C., on 15 May 2003, titled "Human Genome Variation and 'Race': The State of the Science," marked an important, positive milestone in the turbulent history of genetics, race and ethnicity. Experts in sociology, anthropology, history and genetics gathered together to discuss, in an honest and unemotional way, the substance of what we know and what we don't know about the connections between genetics and race. The few meetings held in the past decade to discuss this highly charged topic have often been unsatisfactory, either because participants with strong opinions tended to talk past each other or, more commonly, because heightened sensitivity to the possibility of giving inadvertent offence caused those present to speak only in politically correct generalities. As a historically black university, Howard University served science and society by sponsoring this frank discussion, and the National Human Genome Centre's leaders are to be congratulated for their vision in putting together such a thought-provoking agenda at a time when large amounts of new information about human genetic variation are coming to light. Many of the salient points made by participants in this meeting were captured in the preceding articles. More click here

Entanglement: a story that ends with life :-

Going back to the past, at that time, when one can ponder that they have attained the feeling about getting things going around and know what the feeling is then, it can be found out that so far we are perplexed with the fidelity of our life and its pretension and we are just virtually mingling with the truth. This feeling lies beneath the core of the humankind understanding and is not facile to get its solution. I can remember there used to be a guy whom I used to know, who talks about the entangling life that we are having. Initially, whenever I had listened to his “spasmodic never-ending eccentric perception” towards the life, I used to get the feeling that this guy is complex, who takes life in a very complicated way. But I never tried to understand what he really wanted to say and I couldn’t be able to know the real meaning of his words to make some sense out of it. I think I was unable to do that at the moment. However, I didn’t care to understand that either at that particular moment. I can still remember, very vaguely, ones we were chatting about getting a very meaningful answer to the question of the humankind and its eco-sociological development throughout those several ages, when humans were struggling for their life with the help of nature-for food. We were talking far way back about the “Ice-age” and “Stone-age” and the needs and the reasons why humankind has developed in to this “Industrial-age”. [More].

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HEART-Makes us Beautiful
By:Amisha Rauniyar

The most beautiful things,
Can't be seen,
Its just felt by heart.
The depth of the feelings,
Can't be measured,
Its just felt by heart.

Heart has the capacity,
To feel the momentum of emotion.
Heart has the power,
To create the flow of sensation.

The most gracious thing,
In the world is " LOVE".
Its just felt by the heart,
It dwells inside our heart.

Heart knows to love,
It can make us beleive.
Heart likes to give,
It can also forgive.

Wider than the sky,
Longer than the miles.
Deeper than the ocean,
Bigger than the universe.

Heart is there in every moement,
Giving us zeal with every beat.
Heart can connect us with our beloved,
In absence also we can feel loved.

My eyes are now open
by:- Bhuwan Thapaliya

I had me, as my guest yesterday
and together, we festooned
our heart with the lamp of
those silken memories and
the stars of the days yet to be;
embracing each other firmly
on the balcony of our reverie.
Yes, pleased, I am now. It’s
been a long time since we
sat together, my soul and me.

I told my soul, “ I don’t want
to live in Nepal, with its dark,
sinister corridors and cracked,
bloodstained walls?” I think
my future is futureless here.
“Never mind if there’ll be
no future in Nepal. At least
the present is here. Keep this
in mind and rejoice evermore,”
sang the choir of my soul.
[More here ]

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Help about german universities

Hi every one,
Please can any body help me find some universities in germany where the medium of teaching is english. I am an engineering student trying to do my masters degree in germany. so i am in search of german universities where we would not need german language to study. Please it would be greatful if any one would suggest me some good universities in germany providing opportunity for studying masters in engineering(civil engineering). .[ More here]

Speedup your Bandwidth by 20%

By default, the QoS Packet Scheduler limits the system to 20 percent of the bandwidth of a connection, but you can claim it, by overriding the default value.
Please Follow the steps:
Remember this is for broad band connections/dial up running Windows XP (Pro). [More here]

Post Graduation(engineering)

I am at a stage of anxiety.What to do and how to start.
No doubt many students like me looking for further studies and abroad studies go throug this stage of insecurity.
I have been preparing GRE too.
I request experienced members here to lighten paths.
I am basically looking for Germany.
I hope to find some vision here. [
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How To build your own Computer ?

This tutorial will deal with the decisions and actions required when building a PC (personal computer) from the ground up.Give me some Links to nepalese business site if YOU have..BUT REMEMBER advertise DOES cost on WNSO.

Planning Ahead !!!!!?!!!!!

The first, and by far most important step, is to do a realistic analysis of exactly what you want your computer to be capable of on both a short term and long term basis. You should always leave yourself in a position that makes it relatively easy to upgrade or expand your system in the future. The one thing you can’t conveniently add to a PC once you’ve built it is room to grow. After you’ve decided what you want your computer to be capable of, then it’s time to start gathering your components. An excellent source for parts is http://www.pricewatch.com/   More Click here....

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A gentleman goes to an estate sale and notices that one of the items for sale is a large parrot.
He's always wanted a talking bird, so when it comes up for bid he offers $50.
The bidding proceeds hot and heavy with someone always bidding ten dollars more than he until the parrot is finally sold to him for $1,500.
When he goes to get the bird, he asks the auctioneer, "Can the bird talk?"
The auctioneer replied, "Who do you think was bidding against you?

God asked Lal Bahadur Shastri how many children he had during his time on earth. He replied saying he had three! Happy with the relatively good family planning adopted, God gave Shastri a Mercedes!
Subhash Chandra Bose is asked the same question.
When he replies he had 10 children, God is a bit upset and gives him a cheaper car, the Ford.
Jawaharlal is next.
He decides to see what happens if he says he had 15 children, God is pretty angry and gives him an inexpensive Maruti.
Sometime later the three see Mahatma Gandhi returning on foot.
They ask why God hadn’t given him anything.
Gandhiji replied with anger, “Some idiot told God that I was the FATHER OF THE NATION!”

Lalupate ji finally joined a big Multi National Company as a trainee. On his first day, he dialed the kitchen and shouted into the phone: "Get me a cup of coffee, quickly!"

The voice from the other side responded: "You fool; you've dialed the wrong extension! Do you know who you're talking to?"

"No" replied Lalupate ji.

"It's the Managing Director of the company, you idiot!"

Lalupate ji shouted back: "And do you know who YOU are talking to, you IDIOT?"

"No!" replied the Managing Director angrily.

"Thank God!" replied lalupate ji and put down the phone.

By : RKYadav
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