Nepal Today

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Three jailed in a Costa Rica for smuggling Nepalis

Kathmandu, 16 Sept: A Costa Rican court has ordered three Colombians jailed for up to a year pending an investigation into charges they smuggled 54 US-bound migrants from Arica and Nepal, AP reports from San Jose.
Authorities detained the migrants and the three Colombians after their boat arrived on the Costa Rican coast Saturday.

Jha’s response defective

Kathmandu, 16 Sept: The attorney general’s office has returned the written response of Parmananda Jha written to the supreme court as vice-president, Nagarik reports.
The response was returned as it should have been written in a personal capacity not as vice-president.

Security council meets after seven months

Kathmandu, 16 Sept: Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal Tuesday chaired a meeting of the national security council after seven months.
For the first time Nepal chaired the meeting after becoming prime minister.
The government ordered officials to prepare a national security concept with cooperation of all parties.

Maoists break unlocked PADP complex

Kathmandu, 16 Sept: Visiting Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao Tuesday offered worship at Nepal’s holiest shrine Pashupatinath temple after Maoists broke locks at the complex of the Trust complex.
They padlocked the complex.
Maoists have violently opposed the traditional appointment of two Indian priests at the temple where the issue is not the appointment of Indian priests but the transparent management of offerings there.
Indian government sternly protested the Maoist attack on priests after their appointment by another communist-led government.


Bottlers Nepal Terai back in business

Kathmandu, 16 Sept: After a two week shutdown, Bottlers Nepal Terai resumed production Tuesday in Chitwan.
Transport workers of the manufacturers of Coca-Cola charged they had not been paid for seven months.
Management fulfilled major demands.

Citizens Bank International announces dividend

Kathmandu, 16 Sept: Citizens Bank International announced a 10 percent cash dividend and 1:1 right share for shareholders from its 2008/09 profit.
The bank posted a Rs 95.8 percent profit in the fiscal year.


“There are certain developments that are worrisome. Infiltration across the line of control and also via other routes such as Nepal, Bangladesh and the sea is going up. I would like to say frankly that we have not achieved as much as we would l have liked in containing this [Naxal or Indian Maoist] menace.”

(Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh admission after refusing to negotiate with Naxals even while providing support, protection to Nepal’s Maoists in self-exile in urban Indian jungles and sending them across the border in April 2006 to topple monarchy creating present Nepal chaos, AFP report, The Kathmandu Post, 16 Sept.)


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