Kamala Budhathoki 'Sarup'

Story of a disappearance

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Published in United Press International Asia News (UPI Blog.

 (Revised article)  "Did you hear? he disappeared at
1:30 a.m., the last night he was at work," informed my friend, one of
his colleagues. When I heard this news, I felt suffocated, as
though the earth had crumbled.

I remembered how he told me last month, "I can be proud only if I
get a chance to marry your friend."  He spoke as he lit a cigarette,

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Weeping For Life, Beauty And Love.

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Published in UPI Asia blog.

 I am walking alone on this road. It is raining lightly after a heavy shower. In the far distance, I can see cars' headlights. On this lonely and calm road, I am walking silently.

"Nights are generally fearful and dangerous. If possible, no one
should walk during the night," he used to say. Earlier, I did not care
about my father's words, but now I realize their importance.

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People in search of a future (freedom, security and opportunity)

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Published in UPI ASIA New Blog.

(Revised article) A desire for financial  freedom, financial security and opportunity is sending many of young people out of their county in search of better lives.
A friend of mine who recently moved said her life there was an improvement.

"I feel secure. My son goes to school regularly and my husband has
started to work," she said. "At least no one will come in the middle

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Economic system endeavor to provide jobs

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Published in Newsblaze.com, Opednews.com

A good economic system features selfish incentives for creative and hardworking people. It is a system where selfishness benefits both the producer and the consumer, since the latter is the final arbiter of what is sold, as "the consumer is king." Since a bad economic/political's economy will lack adequate incentives, its workers will not produce well.

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Poverty Alleviation In Nepal

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Published in worldpress.org.

Creating development means creating goods and services of greater value. So now we want to talk not about wealth creation, but about human rights and freedom.

If we study the history of development and poverty, we will find that Western farm surpluses are caused mostly by productivity improvements caused by advances in farm machinery and crop chemistry (fertilizers, pesticides, etc.).

For an example of how leaders can make all the difference in people's living conditions, there is no better example than Japan.

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Economic Depression

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This article was published in UPI Asia Blog, newsblaze.com, Opednews.com, scoop.co.nz. : To develop economically, we must be able to import goods and services that it cannot provide itself from other countries. To trade, one must have something worthwhile to sell to the people of other countries. Tourism is insufficient.

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Philosophy, means to fully observe life

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Time has not been moving forward with a certain direction. The aimless movement of time has made the future of many women worldwide to be even more uncertain and precarious. In such a crucial time of emotional crisis, I have searched for answers in God.  My assumption is that the women and men with the power of divinity can help lead the world through spirituality to God, and at the same time, can help protect the universe with His greatness and strength.

I have projected this new acceptance into my writing. This very fact may have helped in providing this opportunity.

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The 4th of July and Congratulations.

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The 4th of July and Congratulations.
Author: Kamala B. Sarup

On July 2, 1776, the Continental Congress, the informal governing body among the 13 rebellious British colonies, approved a "Resolution of Independence" introduced on June 7 by delegate Richard Henry Lee of Virginia.

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My Life, Poetry And Pain

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It is our writing is nothing but the continuous process of living.  Why do we live in our literature? Prior to this, we must make able ourselves to survive in literature.' my friend told me further "We can't uplift ourselves beyond the definition of life. How difficult it is to lead a life".
 

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Unemployment and Depression

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Published in Cape May County Herald.

These days, my friend is mostly found staying at home. As far as he can manage he does not go out at all, but if he does come out he selects the shortest route if possible. The busy streets of the city are rarely without people and the possibility of meeting acquaintances is rather great. If he were to come across some relatives or friends, he would be bombarded with questions like, "Where is your job nowadays? What have you been doing?"

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