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CA Court tells govt to amend election laws KATHMANDU: The Constituent Assembly Court today told the government to amend the existing electoral laws, saying candidates winning the parliamentary election f ...Full story[Updated: 2014-08-20 11:27 PM] 

Nepal claim ACC U-16 Premier title KATHMANDU: Nepal added the only trophy missing from their collection of the age-group events, winning the maiden ACC U-16 Premier at the Kinrara Oval in Kuala L ...Full story[Updated: 2014-08-20 11:25 PM] 

Army pitches for fifth generation warfare strategy KATHMANDU: The first official doctrine of Nepali Army has envisaged a need to develop and revise country’s military strategies as per the fifth generation ...Full story[Updated: 2014-08-20 11:15 PM] 

EBOLA OUTBREAK THREAT: Govt to set up health desks at border ... KATHMANDU: The Epidemiology and Disease Control Division has started the process to established health desks at three border points to prevent the spread of Ebo ...Full story[Updated: 2014-08-20 10:47 PM] 

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IN BRIEF:Teej celebrations KATHMANDU: Maiti Nepal on Wednesday organised a Teej programme to raise funds for visually-impaired students. Various invitees donated cash as per their wish an ...Full story

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Federalism becomes non-amendable KATHMANDU: The Dispute Resolution Sub-committee of the Constituent Assembly today made some changes in the reports prepared by the Constitutional Committee of the first CA. CA me ... Full story

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Parnell stars as SA ease to series victory BULAWAYO: Wayne Parnell took three wickets and contributed some handy runs as South Africa beat Zimbabwe by 61 runs in the second one-day international to clinch the three-match se ...Full story

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Islamic State video claims to show beheading of US journo BAGHDAD: Islamic State militants posted a video today that purported to show the beheading of American journalist James Foley in revenge for US air strikes agai ...Full story

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Question of the Week

Whenever we see or travel in the public vehicles crowded with passengers, we curse the driver and conductor for loading so many passengers. But we do not hesitate to ride such a crowded bus/micro/tempo as we don’t have patience to wait for a bit, catch one that is less crowded and travel comfortably. How often do you travel in such vehicles and why? What do you think you can do as a passenger to discourage public vehicles from carrying passengers beyond their limit? Illustrate. Send your replies in not more than 200 words by Friday, August 22 by 2 pm to Features Department, The Himalayan Times, e-mail

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Should government punish those responsible for the five extra-judicial killings in Dhanusha on October 8, 2003?

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