Nepal Today

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

UPDATE NO APPROVAL OG ELECTORAL ORDINANCE Kathmandu, 28 May: Government didn’t approve n ordinance of election laws to be sent to the president for promulgation. The draft was suggested by the election commission. Major parties differon its contents and 33 parties are opposed to a constituent assembly vote. Nnnn GOVT, APPROVES CHINA VISIT OF VICE-PRESIDENT Kathmandu, 28 May:: Cabinet Tuesday approved the visit of Vice President Paramananda Jha to China next week. He’s leaving on a six-day official to attend an exhibition in south central China 4 June. nnnn INDIAN ARMY CHIEF COMING FOR SECOND TIME . Kathmandu, 28 May: Indian Army Chief is being invioted by Nepal Army to attend a special Nepal Army function to mark the conquest this spring of the 8848 meters high Mount Everest, the world’s tallest peak by a joint of Nepal and Indian armies. The visit will be his second to Nepal. The team also collected more than 4,000kg garbage from the peak in a clean-up campaign.. The cabinet Thursday approved the visit. nnnn NA is scheduled to organise a special ceremony on the occasion of Everest ascent of the joint army team of Nepal and India DETAILS OF MAOIST CHIEF, REGMI MEET Kathmandu, 28 May: Chairman of the Interim Election Council, Khil Raj Regmi, and Chairman of the Unified CPN (Maoist), Pushpa Kamal Dahal, held talks at the Prime Minister´s residence, Baluwatar, on Tuesday, RSS reports. . During the meeting they held talks on different issues regarding the election process and latest political situation, said IEC Chairman Regmi´s Press Advisor, Rajendra Pandey. They discussed the efforts being made to forge consensus regarding the contents of the ordinance related to the election proposed by the Election Commission for the purpose of the Constituent Assembly (CA) election and fixing the date of the upcoming CA election at the earliest. It is said they had an exchange of views also on the works the government and the political parties needed to do for ensuring an environment for the election. Nnnn PRESSURE COOKER BLAST CAUSES HE DAMAGE Kathmandu, 28 May: Property worth one million rupees was gutted by fire that broke out after a pressure cooker exploded while preparing meal, RSS reports from Morang.. The incident occurred at the house of Prem Nidhi Tiwari at Biratnagar Sub-metropolis Ward No. 10 after the pressure cooker exploded and the cooking gas cylinder nearby caught fire while preparing meal at around 8:30 pm Monday. Property worth around one million rupees was damaged in the incident, stated District Police Office, Morang. Locals and police brought the fire under control with the help of fire engines last night itself. nnnn


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