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Monday, May 20, 2013


ANFA FINED $6,,000 FOR FAILURE TO MAINTAIN DISCUPLINE AT A MATCH Kathmandu, 20 May: ANFA, national football governing body has beenfined $6,000 for failure to meet security measures during a AFC Challenge Cup at Dashrth Ranghasha in March. Asian Football Council’s (AFC) disciplinary committee took the decision and it Monday, AFC is Asia’s supreme soccer sporting authority. A meeting 14 May took the decision. Nepal was playing vs Bangladesh in the match. ANFA has to settle the fine within 30 days of notification. And has been asked to notify AFC on measures being teken such incidents aren’t repeared. Nnnn AFC said it has identified the perpetrator, and the sanction that has been taken. nnnn MECHANISM OF FOUR PARTIES SHOULD BE DISSOLVED SAYS KAMAL THAPA Kathmandu, 20 May : Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal (RPP-N) Chairman Kamal Thapa has said that the political mechanism of the four major political parties should be dissolved to hold free and fair election to the Constituent Assembly (CA, RSS reports from Butwal.). Stating that the government formed to hold election looks like a shadow of the syndicate of four major political parties instead of being able to work independently, Thapa demanded that the mechanism be dissolved as there would be no equal treatment of parities while going to election in the current situation. At an interaction organised by the Reporters' Club Nepal Western Regional Committee in Butwal on Monday, Thapa expressed suspicion that the CA election could not be hold by November as the government formed with an objective of holding election failed to do any meaningful and concrete works for the election. Thapa said the government has been engaged in trifle things rather than declaring the date for the election. Also on the occasion, the RPP-N Chairman expressed objection to the appointments at constitutional bodies in a disputable manner by the government. RSS nnnn CHINESE PM VOWS TO BUILD RELATIONS WITH INDIA Kathmandu, 20 May:: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang pledged Monday to build trust with India and declared that ties between the Asian giants were key to world peace as he visited New Delhi only weeks after a border spat, AFP reports from New Delhi. Speaking alongside his counterpart Manmohan Singh, Li said China wanted to increase cooperation with India, saying his choice of destination for his first foreign visit showed the importance that Beijing attached to ties with Delhi. "The purpose of my current visit to India is three-fold -- to increase mutual trust, to intensify cooperation and to face the future," Li said. "On the basis of deeper mutual trust, our two countries can further deepen our mutual understanding and construct a new type of relations between major countries, promote healthy and sound development of China and India. "That will be a true blessing for Asia and the world." Li´s visit comes after a flare-up last month in a long-running border dispute between the two countries in a remote Himalayan region. New Delhi accused Chinese troops of intruding nearly 20 kilometres (12 miles) into Indian-claimed territory, triggering a three-week standoff that was resolved when troops from both sides pulled back. The Line of Actual Control between the nuclear-armed neighbours has never been formally demarcated, although they have signed accords to maintain peace in the region that was the site of a brief Indo-Chinese war in 1962. Although Li did not mention the border dispute, he stressed that cooperation between the world´s two most populous nations had global ramifications. "World peace... cannot be a reality without strategic trust between India and China," he said. After arriving in New Delhi on Sunday afternoon, Li held a first round of talks with Singh in the evening and the two held more detailed discussions on Monday. Li is also scheduled to meet Indian Foreign Minister Salman Khurshid, ruling Congress party leader Sonia Gandhi and senior figures from the main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party before heading Tuesday to the financial hub, Mumbai. The border dispute almost led Khurshid to cancel a visit to Beijing before the pullback agreement, despite his insistence that the row should not serve to "destroy" recent diplomatic progress. Sujit Dutta, a China expert at Delhi´s Jamia Millia Islamia University, said Beijing could become more assertive in such disputes under its new leadership. "As Beijing´s new leadership is making a concerted effort to challenge India´s territorial assertions, India will have to plan new attempts to bridge the perceptional distances between these two huge neighbours," Dutta told AFP. Other observers said there was a general acceptance that the border dispute should not be allowed to block progress in other areas. China is India´s second-largest trading partner, with two-way commerce totalling $66.5 billion last year. Chinese Vice Commerce Minister Jiang Yaoping told reporters last week he was optimistic that the target of reaching $100 billion by 2015 would be met. But the figure in 2012 was in fact a fall from the $74 billion for 2011 and India is also facing an increasing trade deficit with China that totalled $29 billion in 2012. Several major roads in the Indian capital have been closed to prevent Tibetan protestors from disrupting the visit while exile groups complained of heavy-handed policing in their neighbourhoods. "The police has denied us permission to protest in New Delhi and police deployment in Tibetan resident areas has been intensified. They are not allowing young Tibetans to walk in groups," said Tsering Choedup, a regional coordinator for the International Tibet Network. After wrapping up his visit to India, Li is due to travel to neighbouring Pakistan before heading to Switzerland and Germany. Nnnn

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