Nepal Today

Thursday, November 29, 2012

EXLEPHANT KILLS TWO MORE WOMEN IN BARA Kathmandu, 30 Nov.: An elephant killed two men at Jugawada on the edge of a national forest in Bara overnight. Four persons have been killed in four days, ,including two women, who were trampled nnnn MINIMUM TEMPERATURE 5 DEGRES CELSIUS FRIDAY Kathmandu, 30 Nov.; Friday morning’s temperature in the capital was 5 degrees Celsius. Mercury is expected to rise to 20 degrees Celsius in the afternoon on a cloudy day. Nnnn PM TO ADDRESS QUERIES OF RADIO NEPAL LISTENERS Kathmandu, 30 Nov.:Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai will interact with people over state radio Radio Nepal at 8.10 in the evening Friday. The premier answers direct queries of the people over radio evry month. Nnnn HESITANT PREMIER REFUSES TO RECEIVE GARLAND AFTR PRACHANDA SLAP Kathmandu, 30 Nov.: Following a facial slap on Maoist Chairman Prachanda this month in the capital, it appears, ruling class has become catutious while keeping in touch with people. Television footage showed a hesitant Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai Wednesday hesitated to receive a garland from people assembled at a hospital in Baglung. The premier received the marigold garland in his hands. Officials are reviewing security arrangements for VVIPs after the Prachanda slap. nnnn