Nepal Today

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Prachanda says no-confidence motion can be brought against govt.

Kathmandu, 21 Sept: Chairman Prachanda said Tuesday could register a no-confidence against the 22-party government led by Madhav Kumar Nepal of CPN-UML.
Ruling parties had challenged Maoists to bright such a motion.
He told this to reporters while leaving for Rolpa from where Maoists launched an unsuccessful people’s movement without defeating Royal Nepal army.
Prachanda again warned a third popular movement.
The army fell through international conspiracies in collusion with ruling parties and not on the battle field
The incumbent coalition government more than four months ago toppled a Maoist-led government of Prachanda more than four months ago.
Nepali Congress President Girija Prasad Koirala and CPN-UML Chairman Jhalanath Khanal held inconclusive discussions Tuesday to form a high-leve political mechanism to break an impasse.

Many killed in Indian Maoist, ruling communist state
govt. clashes in West Bengal

By Bhola B Rana

Kathmandu, 21 Sept: Many persons were killed overnight in clashes between Naxalites or Indian Maoists and supporters on the ruling communist government in the Indian state of West Bengal overnight, reports from Kolkata said.
The clashes interest Nepalis because Indians gave shelter, supported and sent thousands of Nepali sheltered Maoists across the 1,700km border in April 2005 to topple 238-year-old monarchy and create the current chaos in Nepal.
Indian state and federal rulers are refusing to negotiate with their Maoists while imposing then on a neighbouring country demonstrating double standards of New Delhi.
Nepal’s Maoists have links with Naxalites whose movement started near the border at Jhapa.
India charges neighbouring countries of anti-Indian elements while she provides shelter and protection and encouragement to dissidents of neighbours.
More that 6,000 persons have been killed in the Naxalite insurgency described by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as worse than the Kashmir or north-east state insurgencies.

Bijaya Gachedhar inaugurates army conference on civilian-military

Kathmandu, 21 Sept: Acting Prime Minister Bijaya Kumar Gachedhar Tuesday inaugurated a two-day army seminar on relationship between civilians and the state army.
The seminar is important at a time when Maoists charge they were toppled four months ago through presidential and military coup to end civilian rule.

Madhuvan Paudel confirmed ambassador to Kuwait

Kathmandu, 21 Sept: Career diplomat Madhuvan Paudel was confirmed Tuesday by a parliamentary hearing committee as Nepal’s first ambassador to Kuwait.
He was deputy permanent representative to UN in New York.

Indian foreign secretary Rao, Baburam Bhattarai hold Sood sponsored talks

Kathmandu, 21 Sept: Sood [Indian ambassador] had no alternative to meet the desire of Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupara Rao, Jana Bhavana reports.
Rao and Dr Baburam Bhattarai held four-hour discussions at the Indian embassy in Kathmandu after being airlified from Ropla in a chartered helicopter at Indian embassy cost according to Kathmandu rumours.


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