Nepal Today

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Sri Lankan president reschedules Nepal visit ahead of Maoist protests

By Bhola B Rana

Kathmandu, 28 Oct: Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa rescheduled his Nepal visit to arrive two days Thursday ahead of the original schedule.
He was originally scheduled to begin the three-day visit Saturday.
Foreign ministry gave no reason for the reschedule visit.
But Maoists have announced nation-wide protests from Sunday to push their demands for what they say is enforcement of civilian rule.
Maoists said they will disrupt domestic and international flights at the airport servicing the capital Sunday.
The president returns home Saturday.
Rajapaksa cut short his official Nepal visit in March after a Sri Lankan cricket was attacked in Pakistan.
He is scheduled to inaugurate a Sri Lankan monastery in Lumbini, the birthplace of the Buddha.
Nepal has allocated land for the monastery construction.
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Maoists again disrupt parliamentary proceedings

Kathmandu, 28Oct: Maoists Wednesday disrupted parliamentary proceedings for the second time in two days after the legislature met after an extended dsain, tihar recess.
Preime Minitser Madhav Kumar Nepal Nepal discussed the five-month disruption with President Dr Ram Baran Yadav Wednesday.
Disruptions for five months have stalled the approval of the annual expenditure of 16 ministries as government faces an imminent political and financial crisis.
Government is already suffering a money crunch as finance ministry hasn’t been able to disburse allocated funds to ministries,
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Tibet, Nepal local officials meet in Khasa

Kathmandu, 28 Oct. Local officials of Tibet and Solukhumbo in Nepal adjoining the Nepal –Tibet border held discussions in the Tibetan border town of Khasa Wednesday to and discussed trans-border problems.
Mount Everest lies in the region.
Nepali and Chinese officials also discussed local issues in Mustang Wednesday.
First reports said they reached a nine-point agreement in Mustang.
Details weren’t immediately available.
China is concerned with activities of Tibetan exiles from Nepal against China and has asked for the deployment of Armed Police Force which oit will assist.
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