Nepal Today

Monday, March 4, 2013

CHINA ASKS NEPAL TO MONITOR BORDER WITH TIBET DURING TUESDAY’S LEADERSHIP CHANGE Kathmandu, 5 March: Chinese officials Monday asked Nepali security officials of Sindhupalchowk and Dolakha to monitor the border during Tuesday’s leadership in Beijing. The request came at a meeting in Khasha, Tibet. They asked Nepal not to permit anti-China activities. Leadership change occurs once every 10 years. nnnn SECOND DAY STRIKE BRINGS LIFE TO HALT IN DHANUSHA Kathmandu, 5 March: Ruling MJFL of Deputy Prime Minister Bjjaya Kumar Gachedhar Tuesday closed down Dhanusha district for the second consecutive day Tuesday. The market, schools, and industries were closed and movement of vehicles came to a halt. The party was protesting arrest of its activists and irregularities in paying salaries of suspected village officials. Nnnn SHARE PRICES SLIP 2.17 POINTS Kathmandu, 5 March: Share prices slipped 2.17 points when market opened for trading Tuesday. Shares of commercial banks and hydro power companies fell. Stock prices fell to 539.02 points amid political fluidity over formation of an election government. nnnn


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