Shree Tin Maharaj Baburam

August 4, 2012

Gaijatra in Kirtipur.

“Mahamahim Bhittey Rastrapati of Nepal” is what cracked me up !

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Bamu Kissing Prachu’s Arse

November 12, 2008

Bamu Prachu

… and Prachu blushing over it – “Let go Bamu, there are women around”.

Bamu Prachu

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Time changes.
Politics changes.
Politicians don’t.

(Pic Dipsh)


Awesome Glare Returns

September 30, 2008
PM Puspa Kamal Dahal "Prachanda"

PM Puspa Kamal Dahal

Pic: Dipsh]

Journalist: There’s a lot of criticism about your taking family members during this visit to US.
PM: It’s totally wrong. I have not taken anyone else which are not affiliated with the party. My wife is a party member of CPN Maoist. My son is also an important party member. Besides, my son now works as a “Computer Technician” at the Prime Minister’s office in Singh Durbar. How can anyone claim such non-sense?

Journalist: How did you find the USA?
PM: I did not find anything significantly different in the USA. Look at us, we have come so far ahead now, but the USA is still stuck where it was.

Journalist: What did you do in Germany?
PM: I feel very lucky to visit the birthplace of “the greatest person of this 1000 years – Karl Marx”. Karl Marx is said to have the “biggest brain” of all – I’m not saying this because he was a Communist – but the world intelligentsia too, support this claim. I became really “emotional” at his birthplace, to be able to go to the house where he grew up, to the room where he stayed.

Actual responses during a press meet at the Tribhuvan International Airport, upon the Prime Minister’s arrival from New York on September 30, 2008.

Detail: Nepalnews


Gandhipath and Prachandapath

April 5, 2008

Prachanda’s speeches are usually entertaining – with a healthy mix of childish whining and day dreaming, based on rather quixotic scenario for his future. With not more than a week for the constituent assembly elections, there he goes, one more time at the same old Open Theater, roaring like a lion. His posture as imposing as ever – he radiates, literally blurring the grim looking images of Stalin and Mao on the background flex.

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