Following a traffic accident, when the other party, unable to get their way, though they were at fault, lodged a "case" against me with the police. When I was told that, I was scared. I didn't know that the trauma of incarceration in Qatar had also engendered another feeling: fear of police cases and the the police.
What's a pile of cables on the road in Kathmandu?!
They say you should look at the streets and traffic to get a sense for how a country is doing and what it is all about!
What does a video of the challenges I faced crossing a road in Kathmandu say about Nepal, our country?
I have argued over and over again that it's not that we in Nepal can't do what we should do to develop, to make progress, but that we WON'T do them. We do them only when, for whatever reason, we feel that we absolutely HAVE to, for example.
Here's an example of that.
A video of what I did yesterday morning when I came across another ambulance stuck in traffic, knowing how I feared being a patient in an ambulance!
I have a fear in Kathmandu: having to be transported by an ambulance!