Yuba Sanchar: Youth Oral Presentation – Swagat Ghimire

 *This show is in Nepali Language*

In this presentation, Swagat Ghimire talks about many Nepali children’s preference to visit developed countries over Nepal for reasons like having to meet relatives, eat rice often, etc.

Swagat makes the case that visiting different developed countries don’t give wholly different experiences. A ride at an amusement park is the same regardless of where the ride is. But Nepal is a world by itself. For example, the experiences one can attain in Pokhara, Kathmandu and Lumbini all have their unique features worth seeing. Despite this, Swagat isn’t blind to the problems either. Frequent street protests pose difficulties for tourists. Nepali politicians take note! And to other children: when you do go to Nepal, try to get out a little – there is a lot to see!


२०६९ सालको नेपाल गणतन्त्र दिवसको उपलक्ष्यमा नेपाली राजदुतावास अटवा
क्यानाडा र अंतरराष्ट्रीय नेपाली साहित्य समाज अटवाको संयुक्त आयोजनामा
क्यानाडाको राजधानी अटवामा गरिएको वक्तृत्वकला प्रतियोगितामा श्री स्वागत
घिमिरेले  राखेका भनाईलाइ युवा संचार रेडियो कार्यक्रमको यो बिशेष

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Yuba Sanchar : Youth Oral Presentation - Swagat Ghimire

 

Yuba Sanchar: Youth Oral Presentation – Kusum Sharma

 *This show is in Nepali Language*

In this Yuba Sanchar special presentation, Kusum Sharma recites the presentation she delivered at an oral presentation competition held by the International Nepali Literacy Society (INLS). She speaks about famous Nepali poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota and his dedication to Nepali literature. Kusum recites a passage from one poem about people becoming big by their hearts, not their castes, connecting the importance of this message to modern day Nepal.


२०६९ सालको नेपाल गणतन्त्र दिवसको उपलक्ष्यमा नेपाली राजदुतावास अटवा
क्यानाडा र अंतरराष्ट्रीय नेपाली साहित्य समाज अटवाको संयुक्त आयोजनामा
क्यानाडाको राजधानी अटवामा गरिएको वक्तृत्वकला प्रतियोगितामा सुश्री
कुसुम शर्माले राखेका भनाईलाइ युवा संचार रेडियो कार्यक्रमको यो बिशेष

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Yuba Sanchar : Youth Oral Presentation - Kusum Sharma

 

Yuba Sanchar: Youth Oral Presentation – Reshma Dahal

 *This show is in Nepali Language*

In this Yuba Sanchar special presentation, Reshma Dahal recites the presentation she delivered at an oral presentation competition held by the International Nepali Literacy Society (INLS). She speaks about bringing a bright future to Nepal by uniting its people of varied cultural, linguistic, geographic and economic backgrounds.


२०६९ सालको नेपाल गणतन्त्र दिवसको उपलक्ष्यमा नेपाली राजदूतावास अटवा क्यानाडा र अंतरराष्ट्रीय नेपाली साहित्य समाज अटवाको संयुक्त आयोजनामा क्यानाडाको राजधानी अटवामा गरिएको वक्तृत्वकला प्रतियोगितामा सुश्री रेश्मा दाहालले राखेका भनाईलाइ युवा संचार रेडियो कार्यक्रमको यो बिशेष प्रस्तुतीमा प्रस्तुत गरिएका छन्  . उनी भन्छिन, विभिन्न सामाजिक आर्थिक भौगोलिक तथा सांस्कृतिक पहिचान भएका नेपालीहरु साचो अर्थमा एक नभए सम्म नेपालको भबिष्य उज्ज्वल बनाउन सम्भब छैन .

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Yuba Sanchar : Youth Oral Presentation - Reshma Dahal

 

Yuba Sanchar #012

 *This show is in Nepali Language*

In this episode, we have brought to you news, an interview with the founder of Yuba Sanchar Radio and Executive Director of Canada Foundation for Nepal, Dr. Pramod Dhakal, an educational drama on health titled High Blood Pressure, a satarical poem on contemporary situation of Nepal written by Nepali poet Thakur Prasad “Chhanga” while he was traveling in Canada, and finally a popular and heart-warming song by Phatteman Rajbhandari, an aged but extremely popular Nepali singer.

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Yuba Sanchar #011

*This show is in Nepali Language*

CFFN’s new show dedicated to the New Year 2010 covers news from Nepal and across the world. A comprehensive interview with Dr Ram Acharya highlights the state of the world economy, and Nepal’s political economy – its weaknesses and opportunities. What are the New Year’s resolutions of the second generation of Nepalese Canadian youths and how do they perceive the future to be? A commentary dedicated to the future of our planet and the environment by Raunak Karmacharya followed by Purbaj ka Kura on the tradition of new year’s resolutions. Dr Pramod Dhakal enquires to the history to find our predecessors’ take on it. Finally, a very melodious and highly inspiring song by one of the popular Pokhareli singer Karna Das – is played to give the listeners a boost in the New Year 2010.

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Yuba Sanchar #010

 *This show is in Nepali Language*

CFFN’s new thematic radio program focused on Animal Health and its role on human well being is illustratively presented for the listers of all ages. This program consists of news, interview with renouned scholars of animal science in Ottawa followed by a lively debate by youths on the relevance of animal health and public investment in it. This episode concludes with Dr Pramod Dhakal’s Purbaj ka Kura, which is focused on animal, human and humanity in general.
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Yuba Sanchar #009

*This show is in Nepali Language*

As we celebrated the festival of light, Tihar, we are using this opportunity to inform Nepali yuba on the historical background of the festival through interviews with Sita Adhikari and Kavita Ghimire. Since Tihar ends with the culmitation of family reunions and fun-filled activities, we also use this opportunity to entertain through Tihar poem, Bhailo and Deusi songs, along with a popular song, entitled Himal, Pahad Tarai, that calls for unity among Nepalese.

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Yuba Sanchar #008

*This show is in Nepali Language*

As we are close to one of the greatest festival in Nepal, where domestic animals like goats, buffaloes, chicken, pigs are sacrificed in almost every every household but how healthly are these animals? Do they transfer any diseases to humans? How is the health condition of animals in Nepal? Like humans animals also carry parasites in their body but how they maintain balance in harming the host body while modifying their immune system? Listen to the full-bright scholar and animal scientist Dr Krishna Shakya. Similarly, swine flu is still spreading in full swing across the globe, what is the disease itself and what are the precautions? Listen a drama written and directed by Dr Govinda Dahal. What are the rituals and what modifications are required to make them revelent within Hinduism. Listen to Dr Pramod Dhakal’s talk of Purbaj Ka Kura. And finally a eulogy dedicated to the late Bijaya Ghimire-Bhandari on her sad and untimely death early this month.

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Yuba Sanchar #007

*This show is in Nepali Language*

What is Teej Festival? Why is it celebrated? Come and learn from Leela Sharma, Ratna Sharma Lohani and Chiju Gautam. What should be the destiny of a debate? Listen to Purbajka Kura to learn what the ancient philosophers have to say on synthesis of ideas. What motivates an aspiring woman to teach Nepali dances to young people? Listen to Patra Parichaya with Bindu Gautam for the answers.

Yuba Sanchar #006

*This show is in Nepali Language*

Why is Canada in Afghanistan and what is it doing there? Listen to Kaka Sitaka Kura for the answers. Is it ethical to spend billionns of dollars in space exploration while millions of people are facing hunger and extreme poverty? Listen to Yuba Bahas for the contending views. How should public servents be recruited? Come and learn what the ancient Chinense had done some 2000 years ago from Purbajka Kura. Who is our Canadian Barrack Obama? Come and find the one to be among us – listen to Patra Parichaya.

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Yuba Sanchar #005


*This show is in Nepali Language*

Revised and revitalised production of Yuba Sanchar Radio from Nepalese youth in Ottawa. This broadcast consists of news, “talk with uncles”, NCAO Food Drive activities and voice of youth and their creation.

Throughout the program, the history of Nepalese in Ottawa, NCAO, and the now popular Food Drive program are visited.
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Yuba Sanchar #004

 *This show is in Nepali Language*

Many of the ideas are related to Infrastructure, productivity, and economic growth, including tunnels, wider roads, and improved traffic control for faster transportation. Improve infrastructure, grow economy, and create jobs on the back of the improved infrastructure. Grow things that are most effective in various lands rather than always growing rice. Improve export market and try to export to countries outside of India so that we become gradually food and energy independent from India; increase production of things in Nepal so that some can be exported outside of Nepal. Reduce bargaining so that valuable time is not wasted. Attract foreign investment like what India did. Focus on sustainable development and reduction of population growth.

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