Nepal Today

Friday, November 28, 2008

CA condemns Mumbai terror attacks

Kathmandu, 29 Nov: In an unanimous special resolution, the constituent assembly which also acts as parliament Friday ‘deplored and flayed the acts of terror’ targeting Mumbai.
The resolution was proposed by Speaker Subash Nemwang.
It called the attacks ‘cowardly’.
The meeting expressed sympathies to the Indian government, people of India and the families of victims.

Remains of missing Maoist journalist found

Kathmandu, 29 Nov: Suspected body parts and belongings of Maoist journalist Jagat Prasad Joshi was found at Chaukidand [forest] in Dhangadi Friday.
Joshi had been missing for nearly 45 days.
Family members identified his mobile, clothes and other personal belongings.
Police are yet to conduct forensic tests.
Family members suspect Maoists killed Joshi.

Darkness engulfs airport

Kathmandu, 29 Nov: Darkness engulfed Tribhuvan International Airport for one hour Friday disrupting incoming and outgoing flights.
A generator malfunctioned during load-shedding.
Regular flights of Qatar Airways and Gulf Air were affected.


“Whether monarchy will be restored depends on the wishes of the people. If the people want monarchy, there are people who say there can be monarchy like in Great Britain, Japan and Thailand but not an active king.”

(Former raj sabha chairman Dr Kesharjung Rayamajhi, Janasatta, 29 Nov.)


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