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Thursday, June 27, 2013

UML LEADER DEAD Kathmandu, 27 June: Central Member of CPN-UML Hari Prasad Bhattarai passed away on Thursday morning, RSS reports. He was 62. Born in Dhalkebar in Dhanusha district on Kattik 8, 2008 BS, he was long suffering from urinary and stomach diseases. The party, in a communiqué published today, paid hearty tribute to Bhattarai and extended condolences to the bereaved family. Nnnn CLAIM FOR MENTION IN GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS Kathmandu, 27 June:- Meghraj Ashesh Timsina, a disabled, filed his applications for records in the Guinness Book of World Records . The differently abled fellow without both hands had carved various sculptures with his feet, and by tying a band in his eyes, RSS reports.. Talking to RSS, Timsina said he had carved sculptures to prove that physically challenged persons, too, could do creative works despite many challenges. He has filed his applications in these two events for two records. Born in Itahari of Sunsari district, Timsina had started this profession since his childhood. He was 14 when he started the profession and made over 500 idols of various gods, goddesses and national figures in stone, cement and plastic and bronze. Timsina said he was in course of registering records in Guinness Book of World Records to make Nepal and Nepali people known in the international arena. RSS nnnn


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