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Sunday, May 18, 2008

New Dalai Lama representative in Nepal

By Bhola B Rana

Kathmandu, 19 May: Rinchin Dhalo has been appointed the Dalai Lama’s representative in Nepal, Tarun reports.
Dhali has been transferred from Washington.
He will head the office adjacent to Hotel Raddison in Lazimpat that operates without a signboard.
The present occupant of the building has been transferred to Dharmashala from where the Dalai Lama operates.
Nepal does not recognize the Dalail Lama as a temporal leader or his office in Nepal.
A CPM –UML central committee meeting Sunday condemned the daily protests of Tibetans, most of whom are from India and not refugees in Nepal.
“”Our party strongly opposes the movement,” a statement said and asked government to crackdown on the protests.
CPN (Maoist) has also condemned the Tibetan protests.
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Another tarai rebel group front launched

Kathmandu, 19 May: ‘Tarai-Kathmandu Commando” fighting force has was launched Thursday from Patna, Bihar, Tarun reports.
The organization was launched by Nepalese in the tarai to rid the country of Maoist dictatorship and maintain the country as a Hindu kingdom.
Newspapers from Patna said BJP leaders attended the underground meeting.
First phase protests will be launched by the force in Bara, Parsa, Rautahat and Sarlahi.
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PM promises investigation of embarrassing Maoist murder

By Bhola B Rana

Kathmandu, 19 May: Government will probe the Maoist abduction of Kathmandu businessman Ram Hari Shrestha from the capital and his torture and murder in a cantonment under UNHCR supervision this month.
The widow of Shrestha received the assurance from prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala amid daily protests in the capital; protests continued for the fourth day Monday.
Koirala brought the Maoists into the political mainstream in April 2006 with Indian government support even without pursuing criminal charges for any of the 13,000 deaths during the 11-year people’s war.
Government, in fact, pardoned Maoists for any criminal involvement.
The murder has come as a serious embarrassment for the Maoists preparing to takeover Singha Durbar and the UNMIN preparing to leave Nepal in after two years.
An embarrassed UN began its own investigation as Finance Minister Dr Ram Sharan Mahat said the murder took place even under 24 hours observation by CCTV.
Mahat demanded curbs on UNMIN role in Nepal.
UNMIN had been charged earlier for failure to control the movement of armed Maoist combatants in and our of the camps before, during and after the 10 April elections.
Chairman Prachanda, on the defensive, said there was no party or PLA involvement and charged ‘infiltrators’ for the murder.
Prachanda and Dr Baburam Bhattarai said the incident shouldn’t be ‘politicized’.
Maoist PLA commander Govinda Batala has been handed by the party to police for investigation into his possible involvement in the crime as two others suspects have gone missing.
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New Dalai Lama representative in Nepal

By Bhola B Rana

Kathmandu, 19 May: Rinchin Dhalo has been appointed the Dalai Lama’s representative in Nepal, Tarun reports.
Dhali has been transferred from Washington.
He will head the office adjacent to Hotel Raddison in Lazimpat that operates without a signboard.
The present occupant of the building has been transferred to Dharmashala from where the Dalai Lama operates.
Nepal does not recognize the Dalail Lama as a temporal leader or his office in Nepal.
A CPM –UML central committee meeting Sunday condemned the daily protests of Tibetans, most of whom are from India and not refugees in Nepal.
“”Our party strongly opposes the movement,” a statement said and asked government to crackdown on the protests.
CPN (Maoist) has also condemned the Tibetan protests.
Nnnn

Another tarai rebel group front launched

Kathmandu, 19 May: ‘Tarai-Kathmandu Commando” fighting force has was launched Thursday from Patna, Bihar, Tarun reports.
The organization was launched by Nepalese in the tarai to rid the country of Maoist dictatorship and maintain the country as a Hindu kingdom.
Newspapers from Patna said BJP leaders attended the underground meeting.
First phase protests will be launched by the force in Bara, Parsa, Rautahat and Sarlahi.
Nnnn

PM promises investigation of embarrassing Maoist murder

By Bhola B Rana

Kathmandu, 19 May: Government will probe the Maoist abduction of Kathmandu businessman Ram Hari Shrestha from the capital and his torture and murder in a cantonment under UNHCR supervision this month.
The widow of Shrestha received the assurance from prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala amid daily protests in the capital; protests continued for the fourth day Monday.
Koirala brought the Maoists into the political mainstream in April 2006 with Indian government support even without pursuing criminal charges for any of the 13,000 deaths during the 11-year people’s war.
Government, in fact, pardoned Maoists for any criminal involvement.
The murder has come as a serious embarrassment for the Maoists preparing to takeover Singha Durbar and the UNMIN preparing to leave Nepal in after two years.
An embarrassed UN began its own investigation as Finance Minister Dr Ram Sharan Mahat said the murder took place even under 24 hours observation by CCTV.
Mahat demanded curbs on UNMIN role in Nepal.
UNMIN had been charged earlier for failure to control the movement of armed Maoist combatants in and our of the camps before, during and after the 10 April elections.
Chairman Prachanda, on the defensive, said there was no party or PLA involvement and charged ‘infiltrators’ for the murder.
Prachanda and Dr Baburam Bhattarai said the incident shouldn’t be ‘politicized’.
Maoist PLA commander Govinda Batala has been handed by the party to police for investigation into his possible involvement in the crime as two others suspects have gone missing.
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