Nepal Today

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

SHARE PRICES SLUMP Kathmandu, 27 Feb.: Share prices slumped Wednesday soon after market opened for trading on the fourth day of weekly five-day trading. Prices fell 5.8 points after gains for two consecutive days amid political uncertainly over formation of an election government. Nepse slumped to 539.74 points. nnnn FIVE PARTY PROTESTS Kathmandu, 27 Feb.: CPN Maoist and four other parties Wednesday called nation-wide protests Wednesday against formation of proposed election government headed by Chief Justice Khil Raj Regmi. The parties charge foreigners are behind the move to form a new government. Meanwhile, CPN Maoist vandalized the office of the Saptakoshi in Dhankuta village saying construction of a dam across the river is against Nepali interests. India is pushing for the construction of a high dam. Nnnn CPN-MAOIST LAUNCHES AWARENESS CAMPAIGN Kathmandu, 27 Feb.: CPN-Maoist District Committee, Ilam has decided to conduct Limbuwan Peopler Awareness Campaign for three months, RSS reports from Ilam.. A two-day meeting concluded in district headquarters today decided to launch the campaign mobilizing party cadres in five groups. The meeting decisions were disclosed by issuing press release. According to the decisions, they would organize area-wise people´s gathering, public assembly in 48 VDCs and one municipality, conference of National Liberation Fronts of Kirant and Limbuwan, Martyrs Weekly programme and celebrating People´s Movement Day. The meeting also formed a 23-member Joint People´s Struggle Committee. Nnnn


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