Nepal Today

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Three youth buried alive in Bajura

Kathmandu, 25 Dec: Three male youth aged between 15 to 19 years were buried at a village in Majura while digging for mud Thursday morning.
Five others have been injured.
Mud is used to paint and clean homes in Nepal.

Govt. journalist talks inconclusive

Kathmandu, 25 Dec: The first round of talks Thursday between government and journalists to develop a crisis after a Maoist attack on Himalmedia was inconclusive.
Teams headed by Communication Minister Krishna Bahadur Mahara and a journalist team headed by Debendra Jha dispersed with an agreement to meet again.
Maoist unions have been demanding reinstatement of sacked workers in Himalmedia.

New Delhi instructions have come

By Bhola B Rana

Kathmandu, 25 Dec: Indian national and a candidate in the CA election Amresh Kumar Singh has come to Nepal with instructions of the Indian government, Janadharana reports.
He held discussions with the prime minister, finance minister and leaders of Congress, UML, Forum and TMLP and relayed to them he Indian instructions.
According to sources, India wants immediate finalization of an extradition treaty and an agreement on the Kosi high dam.
Singh told the prime minister Chinese foreign minister during a recent Nepal visit a stronger warning than in 1960 on Chinese readiness to protect Nepal’s sovereignty.
During a meeting with Home Minister Bamdeb Gautam, Singh discussed a permanent arrangement to place TIA under Indian security cordon.
.The Indian plan is to retain the government with street protests by Nepali Congress and terai parties.


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