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SSB personnel entering Nepal released after apology

KATHMANDU: Authorities in Jhapa district said they released 13 personnel of Indian Sashastra Seema Ball after they apologised to the Nepali side for unintentionally entering Nepal. Police earlier this morning had detained them with arms after they had entered Nepal. As the detainees expressed their apologies saying they mistakenly entered Nepal, they were handed over to the SSB Battalion Com...


Nepal bandh leads normal life from bad to worse

KATHMANDU: The normal life of people, who are already in difficult situations due to the unofficial blockade imposed by India and the Madhes agitation, has worsened as Netra Bikram Chand-led CPN Maoist imposed a general strike across the country (Nepal bandh) on Sunday. Many educational institutions, industries, market areas and long and short-distance vehicles across the country were forcefull...


Govt ready to address demands of Madhes: Minister Kharel
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Govt ready to address demands of Madhes: Minister Kharel

Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, Agni Kharel, has said that the government is ready to address the demands of United Democratic Madhesi Front by amending the new constitution. Minister Kharel said so at a press meet organized by the Press Chautari Nepal here Saturday. Also the politburo member of the CPN-UML, Mr Kharel said that although it was not a problem to his party and...


Human chain from Singhadurbar to UN building to protest blockade

In an attempt to protest against the economic embargo imposed on Nepal by India for over two months, a group of literati have come up with a unique programme. They will form a human chain stretching from Singha Durbar to UN Park of Pulchowk in the capital city on November 30 from 2 am to 3. The organizers, comprising scores of intellectuals, human rights activists and writers, have urged the...


APF nab 13 SSB personnel who enter Nepal illegally in Jhapa
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APF nab 13 SSB personnel who enter Nepal illegally in Jhapa

Armed Police Force (APF) took 13 security personnel of Sima Surakshya Bal (SSB) under its control who had entered Nepal illegally from Jhapa-Bihar border point, Kechana VDC of the district on early Sunday morning. APF personnel who were deployed at Armed Police Border Account Post, Kechana, arrested them at around 6.30 this morning. Chief District Officer, Tej Prasad Paudel, informed that a...


CPN Maoist strike against blockade further affects common life
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CPN Maoist strike against blockade further affects common life

Normal life across the country, already hardened by the unofficial blocked by India, has been further hit due to the countrywide general strike called by Netra Bikram Chand-led CPN Maoist on Sunday. Chands party said it had called the strike against the Indian blockade upon Nepal. Few vehicles are operating on Capital roads and other parts of the country. The number of vehicles was already less...


Three major parties busy with negotiations
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Three major parties busy with negotiations

Leaders of three major political parties Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and Unified CPN-Maoist have intensified consultations to find a point of compromise to resolve the crisis arising from the Madhes agitation before holding formal talks with the agitating Madhes-based parties. Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala and UCPN-M Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal held one-on-one meeting at Koiralas reside...


Police opens fire to nab 2 men with Chinese pistol from Sundhara

KATHMANDU, Nov 29: In a bid to take two armed men under its control from a Sundhara-based guest house, Police have opened fire on early Sunday morning. Acting on special tip-off that two people are carrying weapons, police carried out raid at the Lumbini Pahuna Ghar and nabbed them. One person has sustained injuries in the incident. ...


Indian Embassy vehicle catches fire in capital
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Indian Embassy vehicle catches fire in capital

A vehicle belonging to Kathmandu based Indian Embassy has caught fire in the capital on Saturday. The vehicle with registration no 22 DC 17 has suffered internal damages duo to the fire. According to Abhaya Kumar, Press and Informaton Officer at Indian Embassy in Nepal the fire had started due to a short-circuit in the vehicle. Mentioning on its official Twitter, the Embassy said the person...


82 tankers enter through Jogbani border

As many as 82 fuel tankers, including 23 liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) bullets, entered Nepal through the Jogbani border point in the eastern region in the last two days. On Friday, 23 LPG bullet trucks, 33 diesel and 14 petrol tankers entered Nepal through the point, said Krishna Bahadur Basnet, chief of the Biratnagar Customs Office. On Saturday, eight diesel and 4 petrol tankers entered Nepa...


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