Miya Abdul Ajaj from Karuniyahi, 03 Kalyanpurjabdi, Siraha, Nepal had scammed (6 lakhs) Puran Bahadur Gurung from Vyas 1 Amreni on granting visa application to Qatar. Reportedly, he had also tricked other Nepalese and taken money in advance. The fraud is hiding in Qatar and isn't in contact for 6 months.
पहिलो नजरको माया
मैले उन्लाइ देख्दको पल, मुसुक्क मुस्कुराएर मलाइ गिजाए जस्तै गरि उन्को बाटो लागिन। न उनलाइ चिनेको थिए न उनको कुनै कुरा थाहानै थियो। मेरो मनमा उन्लाइ कसरी खोज्ने अनि उन्को बारे कसरी थाहा पाउने भन्ने कौतोहल्ता जागि सकेको थियो। उनी गएको बाटो धेरै बेर हेरि रहे, फर्केर आउछीन अनि अफ्नो बारे बताउछिन भन्ने आसमा तर आफू ले चाहेको या येस्तो होस भनी सोचेको कुरा पूरा नहुने रैछ। म निरस हुँदै घर फर्किए तर उन्को त्यो अनुहार मेरो आँखा अगाडी घुमी रहेकै थियो। कहिले नचिनेको मान्छे अनि नबोलेको मान्छेको यादले पनि येसरी तड्पाउने रैछ बल्ल थाहा पाउदै थिए। मलाइ त्यो रात निन्द्रा लगेन, तर उनि मेरो सम्झनामा बसि रहिन। येत्तिकै बिहन भयो अनि मेरा साना कामहरु सकेर म उ हिजो छुटेको ठाँउमा गएर बसे उ आउँछकी भन्ने आसमा। हिजो छुटेकि उसलाइ आज मेरो अगाडि देखि रहेको थिए, हिजो भन्दा सुन्दर अनि मोहित
पार्ने रुपमा। उ जति नजिक आउदै थि मेरो मुटुको धड्कन तेति नै जोडके धड्किदै थियो। म भन्दा थोरै दुरिमा टक्क उभिएर बसि रहि, सायद उस्लाइ पनि म संग केही कुरा गर्ने मन थियो या मैले उ संग केही कुरा गरुँ भन्ने उस्ले सोचेकी थिइ। मलाइ के बोल्ने, के कुरा निकल्ने, कसरी कुरा सुरु गर्ने भन्ने बारे केही थाहा थिएन तेहि पनि बोल्ने कोसिस गरे।
म: हाइ! सन्चै हुनुहुन्छ?
उ (अल्लि डराए जस्तै गरि): अ..... म ठिक छु, हजुरको भन्नुस।
म: म पनि ठिकै छु भन्नू पर्ला....
येति सम्बाद पछि केही मौनता छाही रहयो। मलाइ केही बोल्न आएन अनि अलि डराएको पनि थिय र उस्लाइ पनि तेस्तै नै भयो कि जस्तो लाग्यो मलाइ। सम्बाद गर्ने धेरै कुरा हरु थिए तैपनि म लाटो पो हुम कि जस्तो लाग्यो। येत्तिकै मा
उ: हजुर सधै येहि ठाँउमा बस्नु हुन्छ हो?
म हिजो पहिलो चोटी यस ठाँउमा आएको थिए अनि भाग्य ले भनौ या के, उस्लाइ देखे। तैपनी के भनौ भनेर अग्मगिए र भने
म: होइन, कहिले काहीँ मात्र आउँछु यहाँ। तर जहिले आउँछु आनन्द लग्छ यस ठाँउ मा बस्न। किन र?
बोल्न नजान्ने म येति लामो वाक्य कसरी बोले भन्दै मन मनै हासे। येत्तिकै मा उस्को जवाफ
उ: येत्तिकै हो, हजुरलाई कहिलै देखेको थिइन येहा। म सधौ अफिस जने बाटो हो यो।
म उसलाइ इम्प्रेस पार्नको लागि झुट बोले अनि भने
म: म कहिलेकाही साथीहरू संग यहाँ आएर बस्दा तिम्लाइ देखि रहन्थे, बोल्ने कोसिस गर्थे तर नराम्रो सोच्छौ कि भनी बोलिन। तिम्ले मसंग बोल्न आएको कारण ?
मेरो त्यो प्रश्नले उस्लाइ अफ्ट्यारोमा पार्योकी जस्तो लग्यो। उस्को अनुहरको भब नै परिवर्तन भएको महसुस गरे। आफुलाइ मन मनमा गाली पनि गरे अनि पछुतो पनि भयो। तर उस्ले मेरो प्रश्नको जवफ दिदै भनी
उ: हजुरलाई यो ठाउमा नदेखे पनि हजुरको कलेज देखी हजुरलाइ चिन्छु ।
येति भनेर उ मुस्कुराउदै तेस ठाँउ बाट उठेर गै...... अनि मलाइ कसरी चिनी त उस्ले भन्ने खुल्दुली मा पारेर गै। हिजो पहिलो चोटि देख्दा उस्को मुहार सम्झी निन्द्रा लागेको थिएन र आज उस्ले खोलेको सानो रहस्यले निन्द्रा लाग्ने वाला थिएन..............
to be continued ............
हार्दिक श्रद्धासुमन कमल दाई
नेपाली काङ्ग्रेस स्याङ्जाका तत्कालिन सभापति , संविधान सभाका सदस्य , सरल स्वभाबका , कुसल संगठक स्याङ्जा बासिको लोकपृय नेता स्वर्गीय कमलप्रसाद पङेनी ज्युको स्मृति दिवस को दिन स्वार्गिय पङेनी ज्यु को आत्माको चिर शान्ति तथा बैकुण्ठ बासको कामना सहित भावपुर्ण श्रद्धा सुमन अर्पण गर्दछु !!
सम्झना मा कमल दाई ।।।
पारस खड्का दाई
पूर्व कप्तान पारस खड्काले अन्तर्राष्ट्रिय क्रिकेटबाट सन्यास लिने घोषणा गरेका छन्। सामाजिक सञ्जालमार्फत खड्काले यसबारे जानकारी दिएका हुन् । उनले सन् २००२ देखि क्रिकेट यात्राको सुरुआत गरेका गरेका थिए । यू-१५ टोलीबाट क्रिकेट खेल्न थालेका उनी सन् २००९ देखि २०१९ सम्म नेपाली राष्ट्रिय टोलीको नेतृत्व गरेका थिए। उनले भनेका छन्, ‘अन्तर्राष्ट्रिय क्रिकेटरका रुपमा मेरो यात्रा टुंगिएको छ तर नेपाली क्रिकेटका लागि मेरो सपना भने अझै बामे सर्दैछन्,’ ‘मैदानभित्रका यी दुई दशक जीवन रहुञ्जेल मिठो यादका रुपमा मसँग रहनेछन्। हामी सबैले मिलेर नेपाली क्रिकेटलाई नयाँ उचाइमा पुर्याउने छौँ भन्ने विश्वास लिएको छु।’
पारस कप्तानसँगै सर्वाधिक सफल खेलाडी पनि हुन् । ओडिआई र टि२० आई दुबैमा नेपालबाट पहिलो शतक प्रहार गर्ने खेलाडी हुन् । ओडिआईमा २०१९ मा यूएई र त्यसैवर्ष सिंगापुरविरुद्ध टि२० आईमा शतक प्रहार गरेका थिए । पारसले नेपालबाट १० ओडिआई, ३३ टि२० आई, २ प्रथम श्रेणी, ४४ लिष्ट ए र ५६ टि२० क्रिकेट खेलेका छन् । पारसले २०१९ मा नेपाली टोलीको कप्तानी छाडेका थिए । पारस नेपाल क्रिकेटमा सबैभन्दा धेरै रन बनाएका छन।
पारस खड्काको ब्यक्तिगत निर्णयलाई सम्मान गर्दै , नेपाली क्रिकेटलाई दिएको सबैथोक लागि धन्यवाद ब्यक्त गर्न चाहन्छु।
हिक्मत जंग कार्की
जिल्ला क्रिकेट संघ, स्याङ्जा
I joined my class early today early and when sir accepted my meeting request only one of my friend was there. We talked a bit and sir told that he was facing some problem in his laptop. He couldn't present from his laptop. After some times other friends also joined the class. Today Dr.Duwadi started his class by requesting us to tell a joke. Alsha went first with knock knock joke. After that he asked me to tell a joke. When he asked me my mind was completely blank and I told him that I am not a funny man. I kind of think that was rude. I want to apology my teacher for that. After that we discussed about so many horror stories. Puran, Mahaharsha, Sushmita, Ashish were talking about many interesting horror event they felt in past. After those discussion we went to discuss about sleep paralysis, lucid dreams etc. It was really fun talking about those stuffs. Shortly Dr.Duwadi gave his point of view on this topic which was really reasonable and convincing. After our discussion Ayush Gurung started his presentation on translation. He explained lot about the importance of translation and told about the first translator of Nepal came from Italy. It was a really good presentation. Then we had a really good discussion about the advantages and disadvantages of translation. Overall todays class was really fun and entertaining as always. Though we were in the class for like two hours it went so smoothly. I was not bored for a second. Hoping to join next class soon.
Yes today I attended my class at time. we really hadn't much discussion at the beginning of the class as we use to. my class mate Ankit Jha was ready to give presentation on his topic American English and British English. It was a short presentation but I felt like he didn't gave as much information as he should have. Alsha also addressed about this and gave some valid examples which were more helpful and new to me. Dr.duwadi also sent us a video about difference between American vs Australian and British accent. Shortly his laptop crashed and he was out of the class for 5 minutes or so. Then he joined from his mobile phone. He asked us to watch the video in our own devices but later he shared his mobile screen and showed us that video. It was really helpful. That video had three different ladies from three different nation and they spoke one word sequentially so that we could know how people from these three nation speak. After that video, we gave some feedbacks and dispersed from the class. Hope to join next class soon.
Another match night. Another win by England. But today I really went off my sleeping schedules. I opened my eyes at 10:48 AM. I really need to fix my sleeping schedules. I was fortunate that Dr. Duwadi admitted me to his class despite being late. He is a really good teacher. His calmness motivates me to join his class every single week and never get bored of his lectures classes. Today i was late again but when I entered my class Dr.Duwadi was showing us some videos on youtube. The audio of that video was not clear so I could not quite get it. After that video was over he told us to give feedback on what we learned from that video. All of the students were silent and he ended the class. Like that our class for today was ended.
I really hope that I could have answered him but I joined late and couldn't answer his question. Next time I will join my classes on time.
ugh! what a hectic morning. lack of sleep and no electricity in my area this morning. What can possibly go wrong than not having electricity while having an online class for which I wait for a whole week. English class is the only refreshing class I have had this semester and today I was late to join my class due to that problem. I joined up 20min after the formal class had begun. When I entered my class my classmates were already presenting. Aviral and Ashish were presenting on the topic "negotiation". To be honest I didn't understand a thing there were talking about. And on top of that their slides were so long it was like reading a whole book in front of the class. They didn't even explain the topic. They just read what was written on the slides. I hope they put in some effort to make that presentation a bit interesting. Anyway, that presentation was over and our sir told us a short story about him teaching in china. we also talked about Chinese philosophers and that discussion was really good and entertaining. after that discussion we wrapped up today and the class ended.
I woke up super happy this morning cause the game last night was breathtaking. I nearly lost my mind watching those teams play. A last-minute goal and boom Ukraine into quarter-finals. Today I wish that we would have a shorter class than the previous class and guess what we only had one presentation from my friends Samragi and Aakash. They presented well on the topic "basic standard of English writing". That was a pretty decent presentation I have to say personally. They could have done far better with that topic cause it has been repeatedly presented by all the past presenters. In the middle of the presentation, sir just left the meeting later we knew that there was some technical problems. We all had a pretty good conversation about the topic and alsha asked some questions. Today's class was not so boring it was short and sweet. At last, we all discussed about the topic and dispersed. Hope to attend the next class soon.
I really hope that I should have paid more attention in today's class. Due to lack of sleep, I could not concentrate well. I will try my best to not deviate my focus from another class.
A gloomy morning in Pokhara. I woke up late and unenergetic. Today we had English class early in the morning. I was lacking sleep for like a week or so but still, I got up from that bed and opened my laptop. Today I really didn't want to join my class because I felt like sleeping all day even the monsoon rain and that warm blanket were on my side. But I got up like a champ to attend my English class. Today we had two presentations from my friends Mukesh, Khusbu, and Mousham. They had two presentations. From their presentation, I knew how to deal with difficult people. They also told about the characters of people from their looks and many more interesting topics were discussed. Their first presentation went for like one hour and fifteen minutes and the other one was of the same length as well. This class was long and it was too difficult to grasp so much information in one go. Mukesh said a story that was related to the topic but I could not get it. I think one hour is an ideal time for a class to end. At last, sir related the topic with Mahabharat event and we all dispersed from that class.
Bogus remedies, myths and fake news about COVID-19 can cost lives. Here’s how some scientists are fighting back.
- Nic Fleming
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As the coronavirus has spread around the world, so has misinformation.Credit: Nguyen Huy Kham/Reuters
Eating sea lettuce or injecting disinfectant won’t prevent you from getting COVID-19. Holding your breath for ten seconds is not a test for SARS-CoV-2. And Russian President Vladimir Putin did not release 500 lions in Moscow to persuade the city’s residents to stay indoors as part of the efforts to fight the pandemic. The rapid global spread of COVID-19 has been accompanied by what the World Health Organization has described as a “massive infodemic”. Huge demand for information on the disease, its toll on health-care systems and lives and the many unanswered questions about a virus that was discovered only in December have created the perfect breeding ground for myths, fake news and conspiracy theories (see ‘Eight ways to spot misinformation’). Some can be dismissed as ludicrous and largely harmless, but others are life-threatening.
Scientists are well placed to help to hold back the tide of COVID-19 misinformation — but should they get involved in time-consuming, and sometimes bruising, efforts to do so, or just stick to doing good research? For those who sign up for the fight, how can coronavirus untruths best be confronted? Should scientists restrict interventions to their areas of expertise? Is countering falsehoods about the pandemic purely a public service, or might there be career benefits to doing so?
“I think scientists need to get out there on the front line, if they are comfortable doing so,” says Jevin West, a data scientist at the University of Washington in Seattle. “By countering misinformation about COVID-19, they can help policymakers avoid introducing harmful policies, improve public understanding of the pandemic and, most importantly, save lives.”
One of the many changes that has been brought about by COVID-19 is a widespread increase in news consumption. One survey of 13 countries was carried out in March by market-research company GlobalWebIndex. It found that, as a result of the pandemic, 67% of those surveyed are watching more news coverage, and that half of that subset are spending significantly more time doing so. “We’re refreshing our web browsers constantly, looking for good news or inside information about COVID-19 because it affects our health, and that of our friends and families,” says West. “That makes us more vulnerable to being fooled.”
West co-created Calling Bullshit, a course on how to spot and counter false appeals to scientific and statistical evidence, and, in December, co-founded and became director of his university’s new Center for an Informed Public, whose core aims include researching rumours and misinformation during crises. It’s been a busy few months for West and his colleagues. “It’s been all-consuming, a bit like trying to build a boat while you’re floating along in the sea,” he says.
The misinformation world
False medical claims are a key focus for those seeking to minimize potential harms. Researchers at the Taiwan FactCheck Center have, for example, spent a large proportion of their time debunking reports about fake remedies and tests since late January. Examples include claims that smelling sesame and other plant oils, breathing in steam or cleaning the nostrils with salty water can kill SARS-CoV-2 before it reaches the lungs. “The popularity of false information about remedies and ways to kill the virus is, in my opinion, a response to the knowledge gaps around COVID-19,” says Summer Chen. She is chief editor at the centre, which was set up in 2018 by two non-profit organizations in Taiwan, Taiwan Media Watch and the Association for Quality Journalism.
What role should scientists play in combatting these baseless claims?Credit: Jeff Gritchen/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register/Getty
Some who share myths are simply misguided, but others are driven by profit. In March, the US Food and Drug Administration warned companies and individuals, including Alex Jones, owner of the fake-news website Infowars, and televangelist Jim Bakker, to stop touting the benefits of unproven COVID-19 treatments such as colloidal silver. Both these people have promoted and sold products containing tiny particles of silver suspended in liquid for use against COVID-19, despite there being no sound evidence that they work. Another way to profit from fake news is advertising revenue. “About half of the disinformation we see is about people trying to produce viral content to get clicks to direct others to a website full of Google ads,” says Giovanni Zagni, director of Facta, a new Italian fact-checking website. Zagni says the site has focused about 90% of its content on COVID-19 since its launch on 2 April.
Many COVID-19 myths seem to be politically motivated, such as the reports that SARS-CoV-2 either escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China or was a bioweapon created deliberately in the country. A survey of US residents conducted in mid-March found that 6% thought the virus was accidentally created in a laboratory, and 23% that it was developed intentionally. Chen and her colleagues have attempted to debunk such reports, as well as those suggesting the virus was brought to China by people from the United States.
Scientists might have more impact when confronting myths that are less political. “If it’s something crazy, like the virus is a bioweapon created by Barack Obama, I think scientists are better off leaving that to others and spending their time in the world of science,” says West. One way for scientists to help is to make their expertise available to journalists and fact-checkers who are debunking misinformation.
But should scientists attempt to counter misinformation across fields, or stick to their own? The debate over whether researchers should ‘stay in their lane’ has, at times, become heated during the COVID-19 pandemic.
YES! I was more than happy this morning. cause last night german won the game and my happiness didnt stop till this morning. A good night sleep and some seratonin i woke up today. To add some more serotonin in my body today was my english class. I joined todays class and was way way more happy cause we all along with our teacher were discussing on last night match. After that discussion our sir started showing us the hightlight of yesterdays match. Can any class be more intresting than that? Yes after that we begun our formal class. today unfortunately my friend couldnot present his presentation. After that our class was stopped and nobody covered him. Then shorlty we discussed about our second assessement. Sir told where we could find the outlines of cv and other things. Then we all dispersed.
I wish that we could have some presentation that day. Hope to join next class soon.
The day was good. I was a bit tired and my eyes were swollen because I haven't slept the previous night. But with some motivation, I woke up from bed and joined English class. Today my fellow mates ashish, puran and priyanka. At first, ashish wanted to present but unfortunately, he couldn't due to some technical problems. Then puran and priyanka help him and they agreed to present ta first. They presented really really well. They explain their subject matter so clearly. That presentation helped me how the gesture denotes what that person was trying to tell. I didn't comment on their presentation, unfortunately. Then after their presentation, Ashish fixed his problem and started his presentation on contract and all. His presentation was a bit lengthy but not boring. He explained those terms and terminology so well that I was genuinely impressed by his speaking techniques. In the middle of the presentation, sir offered that if his presentation was lengthy then he could just continue another day but he insisted and completed that presentation. After his presentation I complimented him and my other mates also gave him some advice. And after his presentation, we all dispersed.
Today I knew more about gestures and contracts. I am glad that I gave some advice to my friends. Overall this class was fruitful. Hope to go to another class soon.
this is the figure of compost as you see at first compost is look like that after few days they decay and become like that
I was a bit frighten this morning. the rainy day supported my mood but today I need to present in class. My biggest fear of talking infront of a lot of people. Though I have to talk infront of a screen I was afraid that my voice would utter when I start my presentation. With these thoughts running through my mind I joined today's class. I joined a bit early today cause I was gonna present first. Dr. duwadi asked me to start my presentation. Before I presented I started with a small Japanese proverb saying only painter and lawyers can turn white to black. Then I presented on applying for the legal position and ended with a joke at last just for some fun. When I started my presentation sir didn't start recording so I had to repeat the very first part of the presentation. I guess my voice my not loud. So my friends mentioned it. They told that my presentation was pretty good. I was glad that I presented with confidence. Dr.duwadi also mentioned that and I was flattered by his compliment. Since there were no other presenters after me, we ended the class after a certain discussion.
I was glad that I had raised my confidence and presented well in class. But I will try to give more and speak louder in the next classes.
With a smile on a bright sunny day, I opened my laptop with a smile on my face. Our class started at 10 as usual. I attended my class at time. I joined a bit early today. Our sir told us what we should do while waiting for other students to come. Then we recalled what we did in the previous class. After that, all students joined. Sir told that the students attending today Were high than any other day. After these short chitchats, we all were focused on today's presentation. Prabesh and Samjhana were presenting today on the topic elements of legal writing. Before the presentation, Dr.duwadi asked what their roll numbers were which was clearly written in their presentation. I answered cause it was clearly written on the very first slide of their presentation. Their presentation was quite good but they could have done better. While giving reviews my internet was fluctuating so I could not give them reviews. After that presentation, our friends had some difficulties with their topics and sir showed them their topics. After that sir also taught us some important things about the elements of legal writing. Then after all of these activities, he asked who is going to present in the upcoming class. I told him that I will be presenting in the next class. Then we all dispersed from today's class.
I am glad that interacted today and I will be interacting in upcoming classes also.
As always our class started at 10 am. At first, sir asked about who was presenting today. Our friend Sushmita told that she would present today. She presented on what to avoid. she presented very well on that topic. But what stand out was her slides. The font and design of the slides were of Among us which is a really popular game recently. And i was amazed how she linked that game to her presentation topic. I learned a lot more which I was neglecting while writing English. She told about the ambiguity in English, the use of sexist languages, etc. they were very useful. After her presentation, we were advised to give some review about her presentation. That day my mic was not working properly so I wrote my views on the chatbox. Sir told me to dictate it but luckily pooja helped me in that trouble.
The most productive thing I learned was my mistake of using non and un was cleared. After her presentation and some discussion, we all dispersed. Today's class was a bit short and sweet. Hope to join another English class soon.
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