Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

The contributor for Republica.

Selfish City

Published On: April 16, 2021 02:00 PM NPT By: Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

No one knows what his next door does Trust, a mere story, hectic appearance For bread and butter I think this fuss Money, matter, you no eat golden rice

Teed Off

Published On: February 2, 2021 01:53 PM NPT By: Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

Wit teed off how much you energize Your caliber the moldy expired notion Avails your surroundings, the lost of Ingenuity is what you are facing, presently.

Lost Generation

Published On: August 24, 2019 04:12 PM NPT By: Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

Many households have broken up. The small kids have seen their parents quarreling and splitting without caring about their children’s future and this is a critical situation that seeks urgent attention.

Climate Smart Agriculture: Context and Priorities

Published On: March 24, 2018 11:07 AM NPT By: Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

The global climate is changing, threatening, and causing risk to agricultural production system. It has imbalanced the world’s food security system.

Nepal can benefit from China

Published On: February 28, 2018 12:26 PM NPT By: Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

China, our neighboring nation and a leading economic power, has been a faithful ally to Nepal since time immemorial. Despite cultural variation, the bilateral relations have always been cordial and welcoming.

Ecological health and human behavior

Published On: December 18, 2017 07:57 AM NPT By: Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

Ecology represents the surrounding we live in, whereas ecological health is the care of our environment. In other words, it is the protection of the green environment around us. There is a part and parcel relation between human and ecology. Ecological health and human behavior is the study about the relationship of humans and their natural, social and built environments. Particularly, it refers the undisturbed natural space by human beings.

Kiwi Fruit Farming: A Better Prospect of Earning in Nepal

Published On: December 3, 2017 08:53 AM NPT By: Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

For a farmer, who has been doing a substantial farming and animal husbandry, the concept of kiwi fruit farming (a Chinese Gooseberry) would be a new phenomenon in Nepal. This fruit is known to most Nepalis, but the prospects of a better earning are higher from kiwi fruit farming.  This fruit is cultivable from the elevation of 1,000 to 2,500 meters from the sea level. It can be consumed as a fresh fruit, in the form of juice, jam, and wine. Among Soyou, Monty, Tomuri, Abbott, Hayward, and Bruno, Hayward kiwi fruit is popular among Nepali farmers.

Teaching in Eco-Friendly Classrooms

Published On: October 24, 2017 08:28 AM NPT By: Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

How to protect the environment is what worries most environmentalists at present. They believe the end is soon if we do not take necessary precautions to stop the environmental crisis caused by the irresponsibility of human beings. This is not as easy as we think but we can begin it from our classroom. Our text books have taught a lot about deforestation, and disasters as a result to our students. They are better informed about it, and can write some good paragraphs on it as well, but we still lack enough provisions of eco-friendly concepts to in our classroom teaching.

Tarai is in pain

Published On: August 19, 2017 09:30 AM NPT By: Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

Eastern Nepal is in utter pain at present due to the floods and landslides triggered by incessant rainfall.

Possibilities, opportunities galore in Nepal

Published On: August 13, 2017 11:12 AM NPT By: Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

Nepal, a small and beautiful country covers mere 0.03 percent of land in the world map. Though very small in proportion, it has boundless prospects.

Wellbeing Dependent on Melamchi Myth

Published On: August 5, 2017 01:03 PM NPT By: Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

Two decades earlier, then Prime Minister Krishna Prasad Bhattarai had envisioned that the residents of Kathmandu would be at ease from the chronic water shortage after the completion of the Melamchi Water Supply Project. This dream has yet to be realized though the project is supposed to be a reliable long-term alternative source of water supply in Kathmandu.

Bigwigs’ dreams against common man’s reality

Published On: July 18, 2017 10:12 AM NPT By: Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

We heard the newly elected metropolitan members have envisioned smart cities with monorails running on elevated trails and the citizens being facilitated with the smart toilets. Ok, granted. It is pleasant to hear plans that provide people a blissful living in city areas. It is a dream of every citizen to live in problem-less and, spotlessly clean city that is in perfect harmony with latest technology.