Nepal Today

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Speaker to consult president

Kathmandu, 26 July: Speaker of Parliament Subash Nemwang Sunday is continuing his personal to end a prolonged crisis by holding consultations with ceremonial President Dr Ram Baran Yadav.
Nemwang, who is also chairman of the constituent assembly, at a similar meeting with Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal three days ago told the government chief hassles in forming government has delayed the constitution drafting process.
The president at a meeting with Nepal last week said he was concerned with the political deadlock.

Bhutanese refugees start hunger strike in Jhapa

Kathmandu, 26 July; Over 3,190 Bhutanese refugees Monday started indefinite strike at seven refugee camps in Jhapa staging sit-ins demanding relief materials for their daily upkeep.
The refugees complained they haven’t been recognized as refugees and are demanding cards for identification.

Former king offering puja at Bhaktapar temple

Kathmandu, 26 July: Former King Gyanendra Monday arrived in Bhaktapur Monday to offer puja and worship at the Latameshwor Mahadeb temple in the medieval town where he was greeted by hundreds of cheering people.
The former king, often accompanied by his wife, former Queen Komal, regular visits temples for prayers and worship.
Earlier this year, Gyanendra made high profile religious visits of temples first in Janakpur and then in Nepalgunj.
He was greeted there by thousands of supporters.
In a significant political statement in Janakpur, the former said in a television interview, he thought, monarchy hadn’t died even after the declaration of a republic.


ADB president arrives Monday

Kathmandu, 26 July; Asian Development Bank (ADB) President Haruhiko Kuroda arrives Monday for a four-day visit.
The bank, Nepal’s biggest multilateral donor, has completed two decades of collaboration with Nepal.
The bank will invest $ 559 million in 2009/10—up from $258 million in 2007/08.


“It’s assumed that the government is the strongest agency, but it is not the case here. We have the weakest agency but people’s expectations are high. The government’s weakness has created problems in the implementation of plans.”

(National Planning Commission Vice-chairman Dr Jagdish Pokhrel, The Himalayan Times, 26 July)


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