United We Blog! is attracting people from all over the world – proved again as Asia Media features UWB in its latest article. AsiaMedia is a nonprofit and nonpartisan service established by Tom Plate (UCLA Dept. of Communication Studies) in 1998. Co-founder Dinesh Wagle has been quoted in the article: Dinesh Wagle, 26, co-founder ofContinue reading “UWB Featured in AsiaMedia”
By Dinesh Wagle on February 14th, 2005 in Wagle Street Journal Thirteen days after experiencing a dramatic political change in their country, Nepali people, mostly youth and in the city area are in a mood of celebration today. Know why? Valentine fever has caught them like a fire in an African jungle. Yes there areContinue reading “Make Love, Not War (Against the King) ?”
Theme of the Blog: Those odd-looking editorials in Nepali newspapers published immediately after the Royal Takeover of Feb 1, 2005 were not odd, in fact. By Dinesh Wagle Wagle’s Web Log Since the government order following the Royal Proclamation suspended civil liberties, among others, we were in a great dilemma…as to what exactly to writeContinue reading “New Kind of Journalism in Nepal- II”
By Dinesh Wagle Wagle’s Web Log Theme of the Blog: After being banned from writing on hot political topics, Nepali journalists are trying to go cover the subjects that they have been ignoring for a long time. It seems readers are enjoying. After writing some odd-looking editorials and leaving some blank spaces, newspapers, it seems,Continue reading “New Kind of Journalism in Nepal- I”
By Dinesh Wagle It feels so great to return to this site after a long long long week. For the first time in my life, I realised the importance of this site, a place to express myself, ourself…A great forum to share ideas. As you might have already known, dear friends, Nepal is going throughContinue reading “Great to be here Again!”
By ParasiteSingle Dear friends world over, Nepal is closed for the time being. So we won’t be able to put our views here. But you are free to put your views. Please continue to use this blogging site.
By Vishnu Basnet A few days back I was at Osho Tapoban. It was after a long time I was there. The grand panorama of scenic beauty of the Nagurjuna hill was striking. There, Tapoban lied on the backdrop of the hills towering one after another formless and vast striking the strings of my beingContinue reading “Deconstruction at Topoban”