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Deepa Pal

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About Deepa Pal

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    Female
  • Location
    Bhopal/Madhya Pradesh/India.
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    Generally all.

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  • First Name:
    Deepa
  • Surname:
    Pal
  • High School:
    Laboratory Secondary School.
  • Village/Town:
    Darchula.
  • District:
    Darchula.
  • Current University/College:
    Madhya Pradesh University.
  • Subject:
    Medical.
  • Town/City:
    Bhopal/Madhya Pradesh.
  • Place of Birth:
    Darchula/Mahakali/Nepal.
  • Web site:
    http://india.wnso.org/
  • Gender:
    Female
  1. Deepa Pal

    02.08.2009

    Life is partly what we make it, and partly what it is made by the friends we choose. Wish you all...Happy Friendship Day.
  2. That's good and Good to know that you are studying at NIT Rourkela. All the best for your future.
  3. Three Nepal scholars barred from India meet Three Nepalese academics, including a former ambassador to India, were on Friday prevented by security forces from traveling to India to attend a seminar. Lokraj Baral, a former Nepalese envoy to India and a respected author, as well as Tribhuvan University professors Krishna Khanal and Krishna Hachchethu were to take part in the seminar to be held in Goa from Saturday. The Centre for the Study of Developing Society in New Delhi had organised the meet. But security personnel stopped all three at the Tribhuvan International Airport, saying they had instructions from higher authorities. The outspoken Baral, also a political scientist, had faced a similar situation last month. He was arrested at the airport February 7 when he was returning from New Delhi. He was kept under arrest for 18 days, triggering protests both at home and abroad. An indignant Baral told the Kathmandu Post newspaper: "If we are a threat to the state, we ask to be imprisoned. If not, why are we being treated like this?" He also told the daily that professionals should not be treated as politicians. "We are not advocating any political doctrine," he said. Since King Gyanendra sacked the government of Sher Bahadur Deuba February 1 and assumed absolute powers with the help of the army, Nepal has been under a state of emergency with the suspension of civil rights. The new regime has also said it could impose curbs on movements of its citizens as well as others living in the kingdom. Early this month, the arrest of noted Nepalese journalist Kanak Mani Dixit created another furore. Dixit was taken into custody after returning from India where he had delivered lectures at seminars organised by Kolkata's Jadavpur University and New Delhi's India International Centre. He was arrested 48 hours after his return to Kathmandu but was released in five hours following protests from diplomatic and UN missions in Kathmandu. Another scholar, Om Gurung, was also barred at the airport earlier from flying to India to attend a seminar on indigenous communities. Source; http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/7598_12...00500020003.htm
  4. India grants scholarships to 50 Nepalese students India has granted scholarship to 50 Nepalese undergraduate students as part of bilateral cooperation in the education sector. Indian Ambassador Shiv Shanker Mukherjee felicitated the third batch of 50 Nepalese undergraduate students selected for the Golden Jubilee Scholarship scheme. Speaking on the occasion, Ambassador Mukherjee said India takes pleasure in helping Nepal in the development of its human resources, which is more important for a country than its mineral resources. The Golden Jubilee Scholarship scheme was launched in 2002 to mark the 50 years of economic cooperation between Nepal and India. Under the scheme, 10 students each of MBBS and Engineering are given Nepalese Rs 3,000 per month and 30 students from various disciplines of science, commerce and humanities are given NRs 2,000 per month. Besides this, the Government of India provides Mahatma Gandhi Scholarships carrying NRs 500 per month to 500 students studying in the higher secondary level and also makes available seats to various Nepalese students to study in India under different schemes. Source; http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/7598_12...00500020003.htm
  5. Sailadai ji, Tapailai kehi upayaharu: 1. Hariyo saag sabji (Vishesh ruple Toriko saag wa Rayoko saag) kachai khane prayas garnuhos. 2. Lasun ani Pyaj prayog nagarnuhos. 3. Alcohal tyagnuhos. 4. Tite Karela badhi prayog garnuhos. Yo samasya pasinale garda ho. Tyasko matlav yo hoina ki, Lasun/Pyaj, ani badhi drink garne sabaiko pasina niskanchha. Tar kasai kasaima yo samasya hunchha ra kehi samaya (6 to 7 months) chhodta tapaile yas bata mukti paunu hunechha. (Note: Tite Karela kam rakta chap (low blood pressure) hune manchhe lai hanikarak chha.) Thank you !
  6. TEPARRA (Note: I have wrote this for Khem).
  7. I love that song ' kabhi nahin kabhi nahin.......' by Amitabh and Adman Sami. Did you hear that song? That link is not working, btw!
  8. Deepa Pal

    JOKE CHOCK

    The man was VRChauhan biradar and the doctor was RKYadav biradar. Shivani sistar, I have seen you here after many decades. That's great, sometimes we need to laugh. You laugfh, I laugh, everybody laugh hehehehehehehehehe keep posting good funny stuffs. 64465[/snapback]
  9. JPT huh?? yasto ni joke hunchha?
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