Nepal: Gyanendra Shah soon to be affirmed King, predicts local Tantrik : A local Tantrik Baba Rakesh Kumar Karn upon meeting the former king even declared that soon Gyanendra Shah will be re-crowned King of Nepal. The local administration had heavily deployed security personnel and the highway connecting Chandranighapur to Gaur was closed for the movement of public vehicle for almost an hour.
Nepal: Sujata invites Thai PM to visit Buddha’s birth place Lumbini : Nepal’s erstwhile Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Ms. Sujata Koirala has met with the Prime Minister of Thailand Yingluck Shinawatra in Bangkok, Monday June 17, 2013. Ms. Shinawatra is the first female Prime Minister of Thailand. Reports have it that Sujata during the meeting extended invitation to the Thai Prime Minister to visit Nepal.
Nepal: Dahal to contest election from loving Madhesh : Rajendra Mahato had earlier claimed that Pushpa Kamal’s love with the Madhesi population was a one sided love affair. So sad! “I will contest the election from Madhesh because I am in love with Madhesh,” he said while addressing a program in Paraspur of Banke district, June 17, 2013. Paraspur is close to the Indian border.
Nepal: Convey message of people’s plight, ex-King to media : When asked if his visit was strictly religious replied Shah, “It was religious as of now. It was not political however, after meeting you (the media) it has also become political,” and he added, “You are more aware of the plight of the common men, you can convey the message.” When further grilled by the media men if the election will take place he replied, “Those who are involved in holding the election you can ask them. I have no idea if the election will take place or not.”
Nepal: King Gyanendra is Head of State, Janaki temple Chief Priest : These questions will be asked by the organizers when the now sidelined King will have been seated at the podium, Wednesday June 19, 2013, wherein former King is all set to make a brief speech in front of a massive gathering converged at the Tirhutia tree. Says Mahant Ram Tapeshwar Das that with the demise of the Constituent Assembly body, the notion of the republican order, of the republican President and also of the secularism all have come to an end.
Nepal: Youths trained to capture election booth in Dang, says Pun : After forming Youth squads in each and every ward of the municipalities and in all the VDCs of the district of Dang, the Nepal Communist Party-Maoist is providing training to the youths to capture booths during the constituent assembly election. Great education. The training also comprises of a course on baton charging, claim reports.
Nepal: Oli in Delhi, cuts joke at Nai Dilli and Peking : K.P. Sharma Oli of United Marxist Leninist (UML) who is presently in New Delhi for the treatment of his Kidney ailments claims that his party does not believe in running towards New Delhi and Beijing to strength its political stake in the country. What a fun? By being in Delhi making flimsy remarks? Yes! Only he is capable in speakin such funny things.
Nepal: Hetauda eager to greet former King : A committee comprising of one thousand one hundred eleven members have been formed headed by former chairman of District Development Committee of Makwanpur Dipak Bahadur Singh to welcome former King Gyanendra Shah in Hetauda. As per reports, the former king is scheduled to arrive in Hetauda today, June 17, 2013.
Nepal: Seminar on reducing women trafficking and safe migration : “Since then there has been series of changes that has taken place and now the officials at the TIA are cautious enough to the sensitivity involved in dealing with the women folks in terms of the use of the language and also gestures”, so said Mr. Bigyan Raj Sharma, DIG, Nepal Police-Head of the Airport Security at a follow up programme held by NNSM at the TIA on the 14th of June 2013.