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Nepal in 2050A.D.
« on: March 13, 2009, 11:46:24 PM »
Nepal in 2050 A.D
Year : 2107 BS (2050 AD)

Place : Microsoft Company, USA

(Two Americans (Microsoft Top Level Employees) Talking) :: Alex & John


Currency Conversion Rate : NRs. 1.00 = US$ 109.63 (Buy) & US$ 110.39 (Sell)

Alex: Hi John, you didn't came yesterday to office?

John: Yeah, I was in Nepalese Embassy for stamping.

Alex: Oh really, what happened, I heard that nowadays it has become very strict.

John: Yeah, but I managed to get it.

Alex: How long it took to get it stamped?

John: Oh, it was nasty man, long queue. Bill Gates was standing in front of me and they played with him like
anything. That's why it got delayed. I went there at 8 AM itself and waited and returned by 5 PM .

Alex: Really? In NEPAL , it is a matter of an hour to get stamped for USA

John: Yeah, but that is because who in NEPAL will be interested in coming to USA man, their economy has been

Alex: So, when are you leaving?

John: Anytime, after receiving my tickets from the client in NEPAL and you know, I will be getting a chance to fly in
Nepal Airlines (NA). Sort of dream come true.

Alex: How long are you going to stay in NEPAL?

John: What do you mean by how long? I will be settled in NEPAL , my company has promised me that they will
process my Everest Card (like green card in USA)

Alex: Really, lucky person man, it is very difficult to get a Everest Card.

John: Yeah, that's why, I am planning to marry a Nepali girl there.

Alex: But you can find lots of US girls in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Biratnagar, Butwal etc.

John: But, I prefer Nepali girls because they are beautiful and cultured.

Alex: Where did you get the offer?

John: In Butwal, salary is good there, but cost of living is quite high, it is NRs. 2500/- for a single room

Alex: I see, that's too much for US people, NRs. 1 = US$ 109.64 Oh God! What about in Kathmandu?

John: No idea, but it may be much higher then this...

Alex: I heard, almost all the Nepalese are having one personal Robot for help.

John: You can get a BMW car for NRs. 5000/-, and a personal Robot for less than NRs.7500/-. But my dream is to
purchase Ambassador, which costs NRs.2 ,00,000/- but has got a lovely design.

Alex: By the way, who is your client?

John: 'Ambition Everest', a pure Nepalese company, specialising in Embedded Software with AI.

Alex: Oh, really, lucky to work in a pure Nepalese company. They are really intelligent and unlike American
Bodyshoppers who have opened their Fly-by-night outfits in Nepal. There you have full freedom and no restrictions.
You can do whatever you want! I wonder how that state has perfected that system.

John: Yeah man!, you are right. I hope our America also follows their footsteps.

Alex: How are you going to cope with their language?

John: Why not? From my school days I have been learning Nepali as my first language here at New York . At the
Consulate they tested my proficiency in Nepali and were quite impressed by my cent per cent score in TONIL i.e. Test
of Nepali as International Language.

Alex: So, you are going to have fun there.

John: Yeah, I will be travelling in the world's fastest train, world's long underground way...

Alex: You know, the Nepalese President is scheduled to visit US next year, he may then relax the number of visas.

John: That's true. Last month, The Nepalese Foreign Minister visited White House and donated Rs. 100,000/- for
infrastructure development and he sugggested to follow model used in NEPAL.
Bill Gates also got a chance of meeting him. Very lucky person.

Alex: OK, Good Luck John.

John: Same to you Alex. And don't go to Consulate in a "Daura Suruwal" because they will think you are too
Nepalised and may doubt you will never come back and hence your Non-Immigrant Visa may get rejected. But don't
forget to say " Namaste, Sanchai hunuhunchha ??" to the Visa officer. It seems he likes that and will not
give you a visa if you don't greet him that way

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Re: Nepal in 2050A.D.
« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2009, 07:02:42 AM »
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Re: Nepal in 2050A.D.
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Re: Nepal in 2050A.D.
« Reply #3 on: January 30, 2010, 11:35:30 AM »
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« Reply #4 on: January 30, 2010, 12:30:43 PM »
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Re: Nepal in 2050A.D.
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