Nepal Today

Monday, June 15, 2009

Five parties again trying to assemble govt.

By Bhola B Rana

Kathmandu, 16 June: Five parties of a proposed coalition are again attempting Tuesday to expand the three-week government of Madhav Kumar Nepal by sharing what has been called important ministries.
Talks between CPN-UML, Nepali Congress and three terai parties were inconclusive Monday.
CPN-UML and Nepali Congress have been accused for ignoring coalition culture and sharing important ministries themselves.
International concern has been expressed at delay in government formation.
Indian Foreign Secretary Shib Shankar Menon arrives Saturday for political discussions even as government expansion is delayed.
CPN-UML leader KP Sharma Oli and Menon held political discussions in New Delhi Sunday.

Maoist politburo meets Tuesday

Kathmandu, 16 June: The delayed meeting of Maoist politburo to discuss future strategy is being held Tuesday.
The meet will discuss a 13-point political report of Chairman Prachanda.
Mohan Baidya Kiran is expected to present an alternative proposal.

Three Bhutanese refugees dead, seven seriously sick

Kathmandu, 16 June: Three Bhutanese refugees died overnight and seven others fell seriously sick after eating wild mushrooms in Ilam,
The refugees died while undergoing treatment at Ilam hospital overnight,

Indian injured in bomb blast

Kathmandu, 16 June: An Indian national from New Delhi was injured in a bomb blast at Gulariya, Bardia, Tuesday morning.
He was identified as Dhirendra Shah.
Shah was carrying the bomb.


“Shailja’s death has shocked me; I don’t want anything now. I’ve done this, right or wrong.”

(An aide of Girija Prasad Koirala quoted by Annapurna Post saying the Congress president is retiring, 16 June)


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