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Monday, May 13, 2013

GIRL KILLED IN JHAPA ACCIDENT AS WELL Kathmandu, 13 May:: A girl died and seven others were injured in a road accident in Jhapa district along the East-West Highway this morning, RSS reports from Bhadrapur.. A seven-year old girl of Damak-16, whose name has not been ascertained yet, died while undergoing treatment at Birtamod-based Manmohan Hospital, according to the Area Police Office, Birtamod. Seven people including Bhuwan Kattel, 38, of Urlabari-3 and Durga Kattel, 31, of Damak-16 were injured in the accident. They are undergoing treatment at the same hospital. The accident took place at 8:30 am this morning when a bus (Ko 1 Kha 2050) and a Maruti car (Ba 4 Cha 7561) collided with each other at Surunga of Jhapa. Nnnn CHINESE PM TO VISIT INDIA, PAKISTAN Kathmandu, 13 May: New Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will visit India and Pakistan on his first foreign trip since assuming office, on a week-long overseas foray that will also take in Switzerland and Germany, the Foreign Ministry announced on Mondaym Reuters reports from Beijing.. Li, who became prime minister in March, will meet Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, as well as other political leaders, ministry spokesman Hong Lei said at a daily news briefing, without giving details. China and India, despite both being founding members of the BRICS group of developing nations and having increasingly close economic relations, have long looked with suspicion at each other following a brief border war in 1962, which China won. Both countries were involved in a renewed border standoff which calmed down this month after India agreed to a Chinese demand to demolish a remote army position, a topic discussed when India's foreign minister visited China last week. "The appropriate resolution of this issue again shows that both sides ... are committed to friendly consultation to resolve such problems," Hong said. Visits to India by high-ranking Chinese officials are generally accompanied by corresponding visits to Pakistan. China and Pakistan call each other "all-weather friends" and their close ties have for decades been underpinned by wariness of their common neighbour, India, and a desire to hedge against U.S. influence across the region. Li will make his trip from May 19-27, Hong added, without saying how long he would be spending in each of the four countries. nnnn


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