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Friday, January 28, 2011

ALL PRIVATE SCHOOLS CLOSED DOWN IN PARSA

Kathmandu, 28 Jan.: Private school management Friday closed all schools in Parsa central terai.
They were protesting Thursday’s planting of a bomb in Birjung.
Nobody was injured.
A bomb disposal unit of Nepal Army defused the socket bomb.
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INDIA UNILATERLLY DIGGING TRENCH ALONG BORDER IN THE FAR-WEST

Kathmandu, 28 Jan.: India has begun digging a trench unilaterally along 5 km stretch of no-man’s land across the Indo-Nepal border along Kailali and Kanchanpur districts in the far-West, Radio Nepal reports.
A trench has been constructed south of Dudhuwa national park that stretches across the border.
The no-man’s land is out of bounds for construction and development activities for nationals of both neighbouring South Asian states.
Unilateral construction along the open border is against accepted international norms.
The unilateral constructions of dams and embankments causes annual flooding during the monsoon.
Such construction continues unabated.

NINE NAXALS KILLED

Kathmandu, 28 Jan. Nine Naxals or Indian Maoists were killed in a
shootout at a national park in Jharkhand in north India with police., radio reports said Friday.
No police casualties were reported.
A huge cache of weapons and explosives were recovered,
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has admitted the Naxal problem is India’s worst internal security problem.
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