After a long and tiresome flight of twenty hours or so, from Kathmandu to Doha to Boston, I was happy to find Abanish and Namita waiting for me at Boston’s Logan airport and I was eager for an amazing US experience. I had thought that my world cup fever would subside in America but, to…
It was a hectic month of visa applications along with my regular work at Deerwalk before I could breathe a sigh of relief when my application was accepted. I was overjoyed and, at the same time, a little anxious about what to expect when I finally got to the US.
It was a season filled with great speeches and the interest manifested itself with some admirable efforts from the participants involved. Sabnam and Neelam were leading the points table from the very first session. With smart and thought provoking speeches every episode they seemed to bring out the best in each other. Mukesh, Krishna, Prakash, Rakshya and Abhinav rounded off the season with admirable zest and effort that won them plenty of applause and prizes on numerous occasions.
This season as usual commenced with the topic round. The extempore session became even more interesting with the presence of Bill Higgins as one of the judges. Abhinayak Swar with his confident voice and astounding presentation was able to grab the hearts of all the judges and eventually won the coveted Deertalk Season 9. Aman Adhikari, the most honest speaker with his consistent performance throughout the season was able to bag the runner up award. Subash Aryal’s power packed performance in each session was highly applauded.
A long time had passed since the members of Corporate Activity Club (CAC) had planned of organizing a blood donation programme in the premises of Deerwalk. This year we were finally able to realize this dream in co-ordination with Social Services Club (SSC) of Deerwalk Institute of Technology (DWIT) and Nepal Red Cross Society. The event was sponsored by Deerwalk Social Welfare Network (DWSN).
As the second season for year 2014 kicked off, everyone from participants to judges were pumped up. This season had some of the most interesting and the competitive participants who were stars in and out of Deerwalk. Rajesh Prajapati never failed to give a consistent talk educating the audience with new things every session. Sangita Maharjan, with her grace and honesty never failed to deliver a promising speech, grabbing the attention of the audience as well as judges every time. Mani Raj Gole thrived under the spotlight and delivered with the utmost confidence and calm. Prativa Shrestha was a bit nervous to begin with but grew in confidence with every passing episode.
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Deerwalk Carrom Tournament 2014 kicked off on March 23. This year, we had a total of 32 participants and each team comprised of two members. The teams were divided into four groups and league matches were held in each group. The runners-up and winners of each group qualified for the quarter finals.
When I joined Deerwalk three and a half years ago, I had thought that this company was the right platform for me to share my ideas, knowledge and expertise. But, as my desk started getting old and my chair started wearing down, I was proven wrong. Deerwalk was not only the platform to showcase my capabilities but also a platform where I could learn and experience something new every day. And, in March 2014, the experience I got was something big and extraordinary: the chance to travel to the USA, the land of opportunities, the land of dreams.
The year 2014 could not have started off any better for me than with a visit to the US from Deerwalk. This was my first visit to the US and I was excited about it. Since Sanjeev was already here in Nepal at the time, I knew Ashay was coming to pick me up at the airport. But to my surprise Smriti, Prashant and Rupendra were there too. Trust me, I could not have chosen any better weather to go to Boston. It was winter and as soon as I stepped out from the airport, I got my first taste of Winter in Boston. It was freezing cold and there was a snow storm just a couple of days before I landed.