A contempt of court case against the Federation of Nepalese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) and its chairman Chandi Raj Dhakal has been filed at the Patan Appellate Court for defying the Court’s order while organizing the general strike in the country on Monday.
Putali Sadak is one of the major marketplaces in Kathmandu valley. Thousands of people pass through this way on foot or by vehicles. It passes by the side of Singhdurbar and is somehow linked up to Royal Palace.
The third round of summit talks have been postponed till 15th October without making any major breakthrough. The meeting that started at 2:15 p.m. lasted for just an hour. The talks will resume at 2pm on Sunday.
The High Level Probe Commission (HLPC) formed to investigate the atrocities committed by the erstwhile royal regime to suppress the popular Movement has sent a set of questions to King Gyanendra seeking explanations on his role in suppressing the popular uprising.
The third day summit talks between the seven parties and the CPN Maoists have kicked off a short while ago at Prime Minister’s residence in Baluwatar. Top leaders of all eight political parties are participating in the meeting. Leaders have expressed hopes that today’s talks will be decisive.
Summit talks between the seven-parties and the CPN Maoists on Tuesday have agreed to hold the constituent Assembly polls by Mid June next year. The second day meeting among the series of talks which kicked off Sunday has also agreed to give the election commission the full shape and suggest it to make preparations for the election.
The Nepal Government has expressed grave concern over the recent nuclear test by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). Issuing a statement Tuesday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the Government of Nepal views the Korean nuclear test as an unfortunate and uncalled for incident.
Saturday, 9/23, became the biggest shock for Nepalese people since last few years. Some people compared the incident as largest with the Palace Massacre on June 1, 2001. It also grieved the friendly nations. This incident was more devastating as it had more deaths and one third of them comprised the high profile foreigners.