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Strike successful, ANNFSU says

The Kathmandu Valley bandh called by UML-affiliated All Nepal Free Student Union (ANNFSU) ended at 12 noon today. ANNFSU enforced the strike demanding arrest of the cadres of Nepali Congress-aligned Nepal Student Union who were involved in attacking its activists in Tri-Chandra Campus. On Sunday, NSU cadres attacked ANNFSU member Birendra Rawal on the campus […]


Consensus likely

Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal has said that a conducive environment for political consensus has been formed after the meeting of the top leaders of the three parties today. Talking to journalists at the Constituent Assembly building premises, Prime Minister Nepal said that it is necessary to seek consensus on all topics by utilizing this […]


Indian Army Chief meets PM

Indian Army Chief Vijay Kumar Singh paid a courtesy call on caretaker Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal at his office today. During the meeting, the two discussed the traditional relation between the armies of the two countries. Prime Minister Nepal said that the government is alert towards preventing any international terrorist activities in the country […]


Let UNMIN stay

The Maoists have urged the Nepali Congress to support an extension of UNMIN’s term till 28 May, 2011. The issue was discussed during a meeting of the top leaders of the two party held at the residence of the NC President Sushil Koirala in Maharajgunj today. Vice-Chairman of the Maoist, Narayan Kaji Shrestha said that […]


No extension

The term of the high-level taskforce, formed to settle the contentious issues pertaining to constitution writing, will not be extended. A meeting of the 27 political parties in the Constituent Assembly today agreed to sort out the problems on constitution writing through the constituent assembly and the constitutional committee instead of the taskforce. Leader of […]


Top leaders meet

Top leaders of the Unified CPN (Maoist), the Nepali Congress and the CPN-UML held a discussion on the special session of the Parliament and ways to end the present political deadlock at the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction today. In the meeting, the NC and the UML urged the Maoist party to withdraw its proposal […]


NC to vote against Maoist proposal

The Nepali Congress has issued a whip to its members of the parliament to vote against the proposal tabled by the UCPN (Maoist) and others at the special session of Legislature-Parliament. The proposal will call for an amendment to parliament regulations in order to put an end to the PM elections and begin a fresh […]



 

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