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Friday, June 28, 2013

PRESIDENT RETURNS HOME UPDATE Kathmandu, 28 June: President returned home from Japan via Bangkok Friday. He was received officially at TIA by the cabinet headed by Chairman Khil Raj Raj Regmi. nnnn NEPALI RUPEE SLIPS FURTHER AGAINST US DOLLAR Kathmandu, The Nepali rupee fell Friday to new low against the US dollar Friday. Nepal Rashtra Bank fixed Friday’s selling rate at Rs, 96.80 to the dollar. nnnn NINE FROM GAIDAKOT MISSING AROUND MADRINATH, KEDARNATH Kathmandu, 28 June: Nine people from Gaindakot area adjoining Narayangadh here who had gone on a pilgrimage to Kedarnath and Badrinath in India are reported missing since 15 daysm RSS reports from Ratnanagar in Chitwan... It is said they went missing immediately after the occurrence of devastating flood and landslides in the two pilgrimage towns in India during the third week of this month. Locals on June 21 dispatched a team of seven people from Gaindakot VDC-1 towards India for searching for the missing , but no information regarding their whereabouts has been received till date. Those reported missing in the Kedarnath and Badrinath floods and landslide are Kirtinath Chalise, his wife Jamuna and their son Harischandra, Hiradevi Chalise and her husband Dev Narayan Chalise, and Ram Kala Paudel of Gaindakot. They had left for India on June 2. Similarly, others who are said to be missing are Netra Poudel, his wife Bishnukala and Ishwara Lamsal of the same area. They were in touch with their families until they had reached Jagannath, Haridwar and Kedarnath, it is learnt. RSS nnnn


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