Nepal Today

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

More details of church accident

Kathmandu, 30 Sept: Four children were among 23 persons killed in a church collapse midnight Tuesday in Dharan, east Nepal.
Nearly 1,500 persons from different parts of the country were attending an assembly.
An Indian was among the killed.

Tika continuesl former king’s bijaya dashami address

By Bhola B Rana

Kathmandu, 30 Sept: Tika continued for the third consecutive day Wednesday.
Former King Gyanendra, in a message of bada dashami Monday called for communal and social harmony and hoped Nepal’s continued independence will be maintained through democracy.
“On the occasion of bada dasain, I , according to the wishes of Nepalis, hope Nepal will be peaceful, developed and prosperous; let Nepal’s special religious and cultural identity continue.
“Let there be communal and social harmony in the country.
“I desire Nepal achieve the lofty goals by embracing democracy and patriotism, he said in a message.
The former king hoped,” Goddess Nabadurga Bhabani will inspire Nepalis to maintain the unique character of Nepal that has always been independent.”
In a three-sentence message, the former king wished Nepalis at home abroad happy bijaya dashami greetings Monday.
People thronged to Nirmal Niwas to receive tika from the former king and queen Monday afternoon.


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