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'Govt ready for constitution's amendment to address problem'

'Govt ready for constitution's amendment to address problem'

Biratnagar, April 21: Deputy Prime Minister Bijay Kumar Gachchhadar has said that the government would address the issues put forth by Madhesi Morcha through dialogue and discussion. DPM Gachhadar, also the Chairperson of Madhesi Janadhikar Forum (Loktantrik), said this at a press conference organized here on Wednesday in course of the preparation of the first general convention of his party scheduled for coming May 2-4.

Revisiting federal boundary after deliberation with public, Minister Basnet

Revisiting federal boundary after deliberation with public, Minister Basnet

Kalaiya, April 21: Minister for Home Affairs Shakti Bahadur Basnet has stated that the boundary of the federal provinces, a bone of contention between the government and the disgruntled Madheshi leaders, could be revisited only after holding deliberations with the public.

Departmental action against 36 police personnel in Parsa

Departmental action against 36 police personnel in Parsa

Parsa, April 21: Departmental action has been taken against 36 police personnel for carrying out activities against the organisation's norms and values. The District Police Office, Parsa, sacked the Sub-Inspector and took departmental action against 35 police personnel.

NC should remain in opposition: Thapa

NC should remain in opposition: Thapa

Gulmi, April 21: Nepali Congress leader Gagan Thapa has blamed the government saying that it was promoting black-marketing and corruption. At a news conference organized by the Nepal Press Union here today, leader Thapa added that the NC should play a constructive role remaining in the opposition.

Five arrested on charge of trafficking girls

Five arrested on charge of trafficking girls

Chitwan, April 21: Police have arrested five persons on the charge of trafficking two girls to India. The accused Sher Bahadur Chepang, his wife Bishnu Maya Shrestha, both of Kaule VDC in Chitwan, and Gobinda Mahato, Buddhi Bhujel and Shani Pangeni, all of Madi Municipality were arrested on the same charge on different dates, police said.

Leader Sharma urges NC, Madhes centric parties to join govt

Leader Sharma urges NC, Madhes centric parties to join govt

Butwal, April 21: UCPN (Maoist) spokesperson Dinanath Sharma has urged the Nepali Congress and Madhes centric parties to join the government. He added that the issue of leadership might be open if they agreed to join the government. At a news conference here today, Sharma clarified that his party was not thinking about changing the government.

Govt performance not satisfactory: leader Sitaula

Govt performance not satisfactory: leader Sitaula

Biratnagar, April 21: Nepali Congress leader Krishna Prasad Sitaula has said that the performance of the incumbent government was not satisfactory. At a news conference organized by the Press Union Biratnagar, here today, leader Sitaula blamed the government saying that it failed to expedite the reconstruction projects.

One killed, three injured in early morning road accident

One killed, three injured in early morning road accident

Rajbiraj, April 21: A cyclist died while three others were injured in a road accident that took place along the East-West highway at Kanchanpur municipality-11 of Saptari this morning.

President inaugurates 6th national fine arts exhibition

President inaugurates 6th national fine arts exhibition

Kathmandu, April 20: President Bidya Devi Bhandari inaugurated the 6th National Fine Arts Exhibition-2073 amid a programme organized at Nepal Art Council, Babar Mahal here today. Since the building of Nepal Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) sustained damage due to the devastating earthquake on 25 April 2015 and is now in a dismantled state, the Exhibition was organized at the Nepal Art Council's building.

Minister Pokharel leaves for Thailand

Minister Pokharel leaves for Thailand

Kathmandu, April 20: Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Ananda Prasad Pokharel has left for Bangkok, Thailand today to take part in the Nepal Festival. The Festival, jointly organized by Non-Resident Nepali Association and Nepalese embassy, is going to kick off from tomorrow at the Central World and runs through April 25.

No more agitation, please - urges UML Secretary

No more agitation, please - urges UML Secretary

Kapilvastu, April 20: CPN (UML) Secretary Yogesh Bhattarai has urged the agitating Madhesh-centric political parties not to further wage any agitation as their prime demand-amendment of new constitution-was already taken into consideration. Speaking to the journalists at Kapilvastu Constituency No 4 today, leader Bhattarai further said that the incumbent government was facing the challenges as holding the local bodies' election and other important development works.


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