Nepal Today

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Former King Gyanendra, BJP leader Lal Krishna Advani meet (BREAKING NEWS)

By Bhola B Rana

Kathmandu, 22 March: Former King Gyanendra and India’s main opposition leader and possible future prime minister BJP leader Lal Krishna Advani held 40 minute discussions in New Delhi Sunday.
Details weren’t disclosed.
The meeting was held at Advani's residence.
Parliamentary elections are scheduled in India later this year.
The former king last week held discussions with Congress I President Sonia Gandhi.
The ousted king’s meetings with Indian leaders have upset Maoists leading the government.
Maoist leaders have charged the former king, Nepali Congress and CPN-UML of conspiring to oust them with New Delhi’s connivance.
PM Prachanda himself admitted the spend eight of 10 years of the people’s movement in India.
Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee has said New Delhi brokered a 12-point agreement between seven political parties and Maoists to bring the extreme communists to power.
Maoists unconvincingly are denying they captured state power with Indian help.
Top Maoist leaders moved freely in the corridors of power in New Delhi even as Indian declared them terrorists; Maoists are still on the US terrorist list and are attempting to be de-listed.
The former king has extended his three-week India stay and is holding discussions with Indian leaders of society.
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Ambassador Murari Raj Sharma to UK sacked

Kathmandu, 22 March: Foreign ministry has sacked Ambassador to Great Britain Murari Raj Sharma effective from Friday, Annapurna Post reports.
He was sacked after Sharma was preparing to write to the British foreign minister Nepal government failed diplomatically and politically.
The ministry has banned him from conducting daily activities.
He was recalled two months ago.
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Defence minister Badal had recommended extension of tenure of eight brigadiers

Kathmandu, 22 March: Defence Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa Badal had first recommended the extension of tenure of eight brigadier generals and later rescinded the decision, Annapurna Post reports.
Chief Secretary Bhojraj Ghimere said the file has been sent to the cabinet.
He said,” I can’t disclose the details.”

(Note: This was first disclosed by weekly newspaper Janaastha. The Post report confirms the story.)
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Nepali girl students in Australia involved in flesh trade

Kathmandu, 22 March: Nepali girls who have gone to Australia for higher studies are involved in sex trade, Annapurna Post reports.
Nepali embassy has informed the government formally through letter.
“It’s learnt many girls have been compelled to be involved in flesh trade because of the lack of employment opportunities,” the letter to the foreign and finance ministries say.
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MJF splits

Kathmandu, 22 March: A group of Madeshi Jandhikar Forum (MJF) leaders dissociated themselves from the parent party on Saturday and formed a new grouping—Madesh Terai Party, The Kathmandu Post reports.
The new grouping has formed a 11-member central committee leaded by Amar Yadav.
‘We will formally launch our party next week,” said Yadav, who has defected to the MJF from the Nepali Congress.
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“He [Dr Baburam Bhattarai] claimed that former King Gyanendra, NC President Girija Prasad Koirala and UML leader KP Oli did their best to topple the Maoist government during their India visit.”

(The Kathmandu Post report, 22 March)
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