ORACLE Class for Sarlahi Bashi
Dear SARLAHI BASHI,
1. In Sarlahi Development Community www.malangwa.com. I would
like to announce you (Belongs to SARALHI) that I am going to start a
volunteer online class from March 5th 2011 for 50 hours, 2 hours a day
in weekend (Saturday and Sunday) so kindly let me know or visit to www.malangwa.com if you are interested.
2. Currently Following technologies are available.
A. EBS R12
B. ORACLE 10g/11g ( SQL,PL/SQL)
C. ORACLE Forms 6i/10g
D. ORACLE Reports 6i/10g
E. BI Publisher
F. XML Publisher
G. ORACLE WORKFLOW
H. Linux - user level only.
3. Technology A,G and H candidate must be BCA, BSc Comp, BE, MCA or MBA.
4. Technology B,C,D,E and F 12th or any BSc, BCA, BE, MCA or MBA.
last, I would like to inform you that having 10 years of IT experience
in Design, Development and Implementation of ORACLE technology and
currently working in ORACLE EBS R12 Technology as Sr. Team Leader along
Thanks and regards,
NIC Bank in Malangwa
Bank has formally inaugurated its Malangwa branch jointly by the Bank’s
chairman Jagdish Prasad Agrawal and President of Malangawa Chamber of
Commerce, Rang Lal Agrawal, at a function held on Monday. “It is the
first private sector bank to open a branch in Sarlahi district,” said
the bank. The branch provides a full range of products and services
including a 24 X 7 ATM. It is connected to all other branches through an
optical fibre network enabling real-time on-line connectivity.
Building bridges in the madhes
road leading from the East-West Highway down to the Sarlahi district
capital of Malangwa is the only proof visitors need of the disregard in
Kathmandu for the tarai.
trucks and bullock carts negotiate a road that looks like it is
riddled with bomb craters. But most of the time there are no vehicles
because it has been closed cumulatively for more than three weeks in the
past two months by various madhesi groups.
FAST: A bullock cart moving from Nepal to India gets bogged down in a
swollen border river in Sarlahi on Monday. A two-day shutdown forced
many Nepali villagers to cross over to shop and travel.
you ask me, I'm fed up," says Chandralal Yadav who gets off his bicycle
to negotiate a water-filled rut as wide as the road. "All we want here
is peace and development so we can get on with our lives. But these
politicians and criminals are not allowing it to happen." It is the same
story across the madhes, the feeling that politicians are playing games
in Kathmandu and criminalised extremists have hijacked a movement that
tried for the first time to give genuine respect to the people of the
along the belt from Bara to Sunsari visitors also realise that things
are not as bad as they are portrayed in the Kathmandu media. The
situation is not out of control, the political space for negotiations
still exists and all it needs is leadership and commitment from the
government in Kathmandu.
those saying this most vociferously are local leaders of the political
parties themselves. "My party only sat up and took notice when Madhab
Kumar Nepal's house in Gaur was burnt down," says a UML worker here who
didn't want his name revealed.
is hard to explain why the madhes crisis is not registering in
Kathmandu when most senior party leaders including Nepal and Prime
Minister Koirala are from the tarai. The anti-Maoist feeling here is
intense, and most here believe the parties are allowing the madhes
violence to simmer because it is keeping the Maoists out.
Kathmandu distracted by its own power games, local civil society, party
leaders and media groups have taken the lead in keeping communal
tensions from flaring up. Every week there is a new incident that could
potentially set off pogroms like the one that ravaged Kapilbastu last
Two weeks ago,
madhesi pilgrims were allegedly harassed by Chure Bhabar workers on the
highway and false rumours spread that they had been raped. "We
immediately met with the administration, civic leaders and the media to
calm things down," recalls the UML's district member Ram Chandra
Chaudhary, "I was threatened by militants, my house was surrounded but
luckily there was no retaliation."
of hill origin who have lived in the tarai for generations say they
face targeted extortion from tarai militant groups and some have left.
But many whose ancestors came here during the Rana days are determined
to stay. Ironically, they fear the Chure Bhabar, an organization set up
in Sarlahi to defend pahadi interests, because of retaliation by
madhesis. Other pahadis say the fear of Chure Bhabar reprisals is the
only deterrence against madhesi attacks on pahadis. The absence of the
state and the apathy of the political parties have exacerbated this
polarisation. It has allowed anyone with an axe to grind to become a
madhesi or pahadi militant.
hope is that elections will fill this political vacuum. On Wednesday
Upendra Yadav kicked off his MJF's election campaign with a speech in
Jaleswor. The NC held a mass meeting in Gaur last week, and even sent
its popular senior leader Aftab Alam to rally supporters. At a gathering
of NC cadre in Malangwa on Monday, even the familiar bickering over
party tickets seemed like a welcome sign of normalcy. The UML has also
been mobilising support and is confident it will do well. All this
despite a ban on election campaigning by various tarai militant groups.
moderate madhesis say their only demand is respect and representation,
and even symbolic measures to include madhesis in decision-making and
launching show-case development schemes would help. The floods in August
were an opportunity for Kathmandu to show it cared, but it squandered
"The feeling here is we
haven't got anything out of Nepal, so why should we call ourselves
Nepalis," explains the NC's Suresh K Sah. "The challenge is to make
madhesis feel like Nepalis not just by political representation but by
investing in communications and infrastructure." Repairing the road to
Malangwa would be a good start.