Nepal Today

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

SECOND NEPAL SCOUTS JAMBOREE IN 26 YEARS KICKS OFF Kathmandu, 10 April: The Second National Jamboree of the Nepal Scouts has begun at Tikauli grounds, the proposed regional stadium in eastern Chitwan from Today [Wednesday], RSS reports from Chitwan.. Chief Commissioner of the Nepal Scouts, Shreeram Lamichhane, said that programmes under the Jamboree have been started from today but its formal inauguration will be on Thursday. A programme has been scheduled to inaugurate the jamboree by the Chairman of the Interim Election Council of Ministers, Khil raj Regmi. Around 600 scout members including 500 foreigners would participate in the six-day long jamboree. Students aged between 12-16 years from Nepal, Finland, Malaysia, Japan, America, Bangladesh and India would participate in the jamboree. The jamboree, which was to be organised every four years, is now organised only after 26 years. The first jamboree was organised in 2043 BS in Kirtipur.In this jamboree in Chitwan, some 300 tents are set up at the venue. Arrangements of electricity, toilets, drinking water, telephone, camp-site and photo- exhibition have also been made at the venue. Nnnn RIFT IN MADESHI PARTIES Kathmandu, 10 April : Chairman of the Nepal Sadbhavana Party, Rajendra Mahato, said that some of the Madhesh centric political parties had encouraged anti-Madhes activities by raising ethnic slogansm RSS reports from Janakpurdham.. Talking to local journalists here today, he said, "The biggest evil of the Madhes was communalism and it weakened the overall Madhes." The Madhesi people need to punish the Madhesi political parties, which divide Madhes into various pieces in lust of state power. Former Minister Mahato said the Election Commission (EC) and Nepali people were in uncertainty as the date for the Constituent Assembly elections was not fixed and urged that government should declare the date to hold CA elections by November. He further said it is necessary to hold CA elections to establish a Federal Democratic Republic in the country. Nnnn EU HELP IN SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT Kathmandu, 10 April: EU Ambassador Dr. Alexander Spachis Wednesda distributed safety equipment to some waste pickers under the project '"Poverty Reduction of Informal Workers in Solid Waste Management Sector (PRISM)" in Lalitpur Wednesday. EU said in a statement the project has completed one year and is jointly implemented by Practical Action, Centre for Integrated Urban Development, Solid Waste Management and Resource Mobilization Centre of the Nepal Government and the Lalitpur Submetropolitan city. “The goal of the project is to address many cross cutting issues such as health, education, skills development directly linked with the informal workers in the four major cities – Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur and Kirtipur”, the statement said.. nnnn


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