Nepal Today

Monday, April 29, 2013

PRIVATE SCHOOLS FORCIBLY CLOSED DOWN IN NAWALPARASI BY MAOIST STUDENTS Kathmandu, 29 April: The CPN-Maoist affiliated All Nepal National Independent Students Union (ANNISU-Revolutionary) has padlocked two private schools operated in Nawalparasi district, RSS reports from Kawasoti.. ANNISU- R padlocked the Bidya Sagar English Boarding School , Ramnagar, and Einstein English Boarding School , Pithauli, saying the schools have not taken procedural permission from the District Education Office (DAO). According to District Chairman of ANNISU-R, Ashok Gyawali, they padlocked the two schools symbolically for piling pressure saying that DAO did not close the private schools running illegally even as half month has passed of the beginning of the new academic session. ANNISU-R also demanded the closure of all the private schools run illegally as more than 60 private schools are operating against the policy of the state in the district. Bodies concerned said that it was sheer negligence of the DAO not taking action even after private schools have been running illegally by putting future of thousands of students in uncertainty. However, District Education Officer, Tek Bahadur Thapa, said that the DAO has called the bodies concerned on Tuesday to discuss on different issues including educational activities of the distric Nnnn NEPALI, BRITISH MINISTERS JOINTLY INAUGRATE BRIDGE IN SANKHUWASABHA Kathmandu, 29 April: British Minister of State for International Development Alan Duncan and Minister for Local Development Vidyadhar Mallik Monday jointly inaugurated a bridge over Sabha Khola in Sankhuwasabha district. The British government provided £3m for the construction of the 120-metre long steel truss bridge which links villages in the district. nnnn. DAILY REPORT ON TEXTBOOKS SOUGHT Kathmandu, 29 April: The Education Ministry has directed all the District Education Offices to submit daily report to address the problems of shortage of textbooks in different places of the country, RSS reports.. The Department of Education directed to submit daily report as problems have been seen in coordination regarding the book shortage due to lack of sufficient information in the government bodies. Co-Spokesperson at the Ministry, Dr. Rojnath Pandey said that different preparations are underway to resolve problems as problems remain even if there is less shortage of textbooks this year as compared to previous years. He said the Ministry now has directed the new management of the Janak Education Materials Centre (JEMC), to present its extensive plan of business and purchase for the next academic session. Nnnn TRADING IN STOCKS OF KHANDBARI DEVELOPMENT BANK SUSPENDED Kathmandu, 29 April: Trading in stocks of Khandbari Development Banh has been suspended for now. The bank is beng merged with Birat Labour Development Bank. Nnnn FINANCE COMPANY DECLARED TRUBLES Kathmandu, 29 April” Nepal Rashtra Bank )NRB) through a public notice Monday declared World Merchant Banking and Finance Ltd. bascd in Makwanput troubled. The company has been given six months time to restore the institution’s financial condition. Nnnn STOCK PRICES FALL SECOND CONSECUTIVE DAY Kathmandu, 29 April: Nepse index slipped 3.05 points two hours after share market was opened trading Monday. Nepse slipped to 501.90 points. Insurance companies lost 5.8 points. nnnn DETAILS EMERGE ON BRAWL ON EVEREST BETWEEN SHERPAS AND FOREIGN CLIMBERS Kathmandu, 29 April:: A mountaineer on Everest described Monday the "terrifying" scene of two famous European climbers fighting with Nepalese guides in a high-altitude brawl that has sparked a police investigation, AFP reports from the Nepali capital.. Ueli Steck, a Swiss national who holds climbing records, and Simone Moro of Italy, who has climbed Everest four times, were approaching the 7,470-metre (24,500 feet) Camp Three on Saturday when the bust-up occurred. The American eyewitness, speaking to AFP by telephone and on condition of anonymity, said Steck and Moro were asked to wait on the mountain while a group of Nepalese rigged up some ropes. The Europeans, accompanied by a photographer recording their attempt to climb the 8,848-metre (29,029-foot) mountain by a new "undisclosed" route without supplementary oxygen, ignored the request and carried on, the eyewitness said. "The Sherpas told the team not to climb above them while they were fixing the ropes but they did it anyway. Then some ice fell and hit the Sherpas, which made them angry," he said. Later in the day, a furious mob of Nepalese stormed up towards the climbers' tents and pelted them with stones until the men came outside, after which a loud argument ensued and punches were allegedly thrown. "After a while the mob left, and the climbers packed up and walked past us down -- as far as we knew they were leaving the mountain," the eyewitness added. "It was terrifying to watch -- they nearly got killed." Police near the world's highest mountain are investigating the incident, local officials told AFP. "We were told our clients disagreed with the instructions of the Sherpa guides and went ahead over some icy terrain," said Anish Gupta of Cho-Oyu Trekking, the Kathmandu-based company that organised the Europeans' expedition. "We understand that at some point the foreign climbers kicked some ice back and it hit one of the Sherpa guides, causing the fight to start," Gupta told AFP. According to the climbing company, the men have since descended from the upper stretches of the mountain. Raj Kumar, a police constable in Lukla, told AFP that Steck spent the night at a hospital near the airport in the town but was "totally normal" and did not show any sign of injuries. On Monday morning Steck flew in a helicopter back to Everest's base camp to rejoin Moro, who had remained on the mountain. The pair are reportedly mulling whether to try again to reach the summit. AFP was unable to reach the European climbers for comment. Their trekking company said they did not have mobile phones. More than 3,000 people have climbed Everest, which straddles Nepal and China, since it was first conquered by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay in 1953. Every year hundreds more set out in April to attempt the climb. nnnn


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