Nepal Today

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

GOVT.. KAMALERI TALKS RESUME WESTESDAY Kathmandu, 5 June: Government, kamaleri talks resume Wednesday after Tesday’s inconclusive first round dialogue in the capital. Government team was led by Siddhibaba Joshi. The freed former Tharu child workers are demanding compensation for families of those killed at work and treatment of injured during anti-government prolonged protests. The kamleris say excesses have been committed against them despite the freedom they have gained. The group is on protest in the capital and the far-West. nnnn RATO MACHINDRANATH PULLED TO JAWALAKHEL’ BHOTO JATRA FRIDAY Kathmandu, 5 June: A cholela hod is being organized Wednesday after the chariot of Rato Machindranath was towed to Jawalakhel from Thali tole in Lalitpur Tuesday for bhoto display Friday. The chariot of Minnath was also pulled to the open ground in Jawalakhel, the traditional resting place where the bhoto is dislayed. ‘This year there were no incidents,” said an official of Guthi Sansthan. The jatra—the country’s longest-- that began from Pulchowk ends with the bhoto or vest display Nnnn HIMALAYAN SHERPA PLAYS JAWALAKHEL IN GURKHA CUP Kathmandu, 5 June: Boys Union plays Friends Club in the Gurkha Cup at Dashrath Rangashala Wednesday. Himalayan Sherpa plays Jawalakhel in another match. Nnnn CAPITAL WEDNESDAY MORNING TEMPERATURE 2- DEGREES CELSIUS Kathmandu, 5 June; Wednesday morning capital temperate at seven was 20 degrees Celsius. Mercury in the afternoon is expected to rise to 32 degrees Celsius. nnnn


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