Tuesday, December 6, 2011

RE: gone case

December 6, 2011
To: Ajaya Dixit'

Cc: 'Dipak Gyawali'


I agree with you that the situation is pathetic.
However, the only feeling of mine towards Shaym KC is that of pity. Because, he is merely a journalist - a generalist - who is not supposed to have in-depth knowledge of things as complicated as water resources. However, he is guilty of reading only one sided stuff.

My grudge is against those who go about strutting as water recourse "expert" etc. who fail to notice even a fly on their very noses.

On the other hand, the easiest thing to do is to pontificate and most seem to be busy doing that. That is this country's misfortune.

With best regards,


Ratna Sansar Shrestha, FCA
Senior Water Resource Analyst

----Original Message-----

From: Ajaya Dixit [mailto:adbaluwatar@ntc.net.np]
Sent: Monday, December 5, 2011 8:50
To: Ratna Sansar Shrestha
Subject: gone case

"The set back that this country received in its power planning because of Arun III fiasco is primarily responsible for present power crisis in the country." This is maha bani of Mr Shyam KC in today's "The Kathmandu Post" and writes its column. No redemption for Nepali society whose educated leaders do no read but only superficially pontificate.


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