Nepal Today

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

37 PARTIES REGISTER FOR ELECTIONS Kathmandu, 23 May: Thirty-seven parties—31 old and six new – have registered at the election commission so far for the second constituent assembly elections. Parties have to submit at least 10,000 signatures for the registration. Parties have to register by 29 May. Nnnn SECRETARY TRANSFERS Kathmandu, 23 May: Sweeping transfers of government secretaries is likely to be made Thursday. A regular meeting of the cabinet is expected to make the transfers. Nnnn SONS OF RPP LEADERS ELECTED Kathmandu, 23 May: Jayant Chand, son of former Prime Minister LOkendra Bahadur Chand, has been elected as central committee member of RPP followed by Sunil Thapa, son of Surya Bahadur Thapa who was elected [arty chairman after unification between RPP and RJP. Suman Mehar Shrestha, son of Jog Meher Shrestha, and widow of Rabindra Nath Sharma, were also elected. Minister of the royal regime Bhuban Pathak has also been voted committee member. Elections were held for 83 seats. Complete results are yet to be received/ Party president also nominates 30 members. The npdy of former panchas which abandoned monarchy for republic is run collectively by Thapa, former chairman Pashupato Shumshere JB Rana, Chand and Dr. Prakash Chandra Lohini. nnnn GURKHA CUP STARTS Kathmandu, 23 May: Gurkha Cup starts at the Dashrath Ranghashala Thursday. Simrik Saraswati Youth Club will play A division club Machindra in the in aopening fixture. A scheduled match between Nepal Police Club and MUnal Club Jhapa has been postponed. Thirteen A division clubs along with Munal Club of Jhapa, Desh Bhakta Youth Club of Nawalparasi and Tussal Youth Club are participating in the tournament being conducted in knockout basis. nnnn. WOMEN’S U-19 NATIONAL CRICKET TOURNAMENT Kathmandu, 23 May Pokhara plays Biratnagar and Bhairawa and Baotadi meet in the Women’s U-19 National Cricket Tournament being conducted at Kirtipur Thursday. Region No.1 Biratnagar and Region No.4 Bhairahawa won their matches Wednesday Nnnn CAPITAL’S MORNING TEMPERATUE WEDNESDAY 19 DEGREES CELSIUS Kathmandu, 23 May: Capital’s Thursday’s morning temperature at seven was 19 degrees Celsius. Mercury on a rainy afternoon is expected to rise to 29 degrees Celsius, Rainfall recorded Wednesday was 0.5mm. nnnn


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