Nepal Today

Friday, March 29, 2013

CHIEF SECRETARY PAUDEL’S RESIGNATION FROM NEA ACCEPTED Kathmandu, 29 March: Resignation of Chief Secretary Lilamani Paudel from the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) was accepted by the cabinet Friday. Nnnn CAVE WITH IMAGES DISCOVERED IN REMOTE LALITPUR Kathmandu, 29 March: A new cave has been discovered at Gimdi VDC in Lalitpur district, RSS reports from La;itpur. recently. Pashupati Gyame Magar, a local, said that some youths in the VDC in a group tried to gather information about the cave but it was not possible due to lack of necessary technology and equipments. Images of Gods are seen on the wall of the cave and flow of water can be heard while entering a few meters inside the cave, he said. The VDC is a remote VDC in the district, which is 67 kilometers away from Lagankhel. Nnnn CPN MAOIST CONTINUES DISRUPTION OF WORK RELATED TO ELECTION. Kathmandu, 29 March: District election office in Bhaktapir was vandalized Friday morning. RSS adds from Hetauda: District Police Office, Makawanpur, released two district level leaders of the CPN-Maoist, today [Friday].. Rabindra Deula and Krishnaraj Koirala arrested on the charge of disrupting the collection of voters' list on Thursday were released, said Gupta Bahadur Shrestha, Deputy Superintendent of Police at the District Police Office. Police arrested them from Hetauda Municipality Ward No. 8 in connection with their involvement in disrupting the collection of voters' list and vandalizing equipments. The CPN-Maoist District Committee, Makawanpur, called back the district banda programme following the release of its two leaders, said CPN-Maoist District Secretary Indra Bahadur Pariyar. The party had announced the bandh demanding that the arrested leaders be released. Meanwhile in Chitwan, police arrested two persons in connection with their involvement in disrupting collection of voters' list with photographs on Thursday. Roshan Gurung and Saroj Tamang were arrested on the charge of disrupting collection of voters' list and snatching away the documents by stopping the teams assigned for collection of voters' list, said Dipak Kumar Thapa, Chief of the Chitwan District Police Office. nnnn


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