Nepal Today

Saturday, June 29, 2013

FORMER KING CALLS FOR IMPARTIAL AND UNRIGGED ELECTION Kathmandu, 30 JUNE: Former King Gyanendra Friday called for an impartial and unrigged vote, Naya Patrika reports, Bhuban Sharma writes in Naya Patrika.. “I found people desire the election should be impartial and unrigged,”: he said Asking everyone to participate in elections.. “The country’s situation is worrisome. The general public is frustrated.. This can be seen on their faces. The situation can be judged by visiting villages instead of staying in Kathmandu,” he told reporters at a programme organized by Himani Trust that has called for donations to held flood and landslide victims. The then king contributed Rs.2.5 million. He said relief should reach the people. Nnnn /. INDRA INFORMED JATRA HAS CONCLUDED Kathmandu, 30 June: Traditional messages were sent Saturday to heaven and hell informing the chariot festival of Machindranath and Minnath has concluded, Kantipur reports. The messages were sent by releasing a pair of fish in Saptapatal pond adjacent of Ashok Supta in Lalitpur. A pair of sparrows was also released informing Naagraja in Naaglok. nnnn


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