Nepal Today

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

GOVT, PRIORITIZES ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS UPDATE Kathmandu, 19 March: At the first cabinet of a full and expanded cabinet Tuesday, chief of an interim election or government Khil Raj Regmi asked ministers, officials and others to prioritize second constituent assembly elections. The cabinet decided timely completion of projects. Nnnn UML DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE DIKTAT TO PARTY CHAIRMAN Kathmandu, 19 March: UML disciplinary committee chairman Amrit Bohara wrote to Chairman Jhalanath Khanal Tuesday expressing displeasure at the recommendation of a four power body to recommend name of Lplman Singh as chief of CIAA. The committee said former chief secretary was ‘disgraced’ and asked such mistake should not be repeated. Khanal represented the party at the body of four major forces. nnnn CPN MAOIST WORKERS VANDALIZE NCELL OFFICE AT NAYA BANESHWOR Kathmandu, 19 March: Workers of Ncell vandalized office equipment and a vhicle at the head office of the leading telecommunication company with foreign investment. Workers of CPN Maoist were demanding reinstatement of 89 workers sacked three months ago. Workers blamed police for assaults during the protest. nnnn MADHAV PRASAD PAUDEL GOVT. SPOKESMAN Kathmandu, 19 March: Education Minister Madhav Prasad Paudel was appointed government spokesman. The cabinet took a decision Tuesday. Nnnn STUDENTS GHERAO TU VC OFFICE Kathmandu, 19 March: Students of 11 unions Tuesday gheraoed office of TU vice-chancellor demanding elections to free student unions.. They also demanded rollback of hiked public transport fares. Nnnn LEAGUE LEADER THREE STAR STRENGTHENS POSITION TO WIN CHAMPIONSHIP Kathmandu, 19 March: league leader in the martyrs memorial A division super league Tuesday strengthened its position even in a 1-1 draw with MMC taking a fiv point lead in the chart. Three Star scored the first goal in the 15th minute of the first half. Eight clubs are participating in the matches in the capital at Dashrath Rangashala. nnnn


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