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ELECTORAL LAWS: 'CA Court stricture impractical' KATHMANDU: Political leaders and lawyers said today that the implementation of the stricture of the Constituent Assembly Court delivered yesterday was not pract ...Full story[Updated: 2014-08-21 10:42 PM] 

Two Americans with Ebola leave hospital WASHINGTON: Two American missionaries who fell ill with the dangerous Ebola virus while working in Liberia have recovered and have been released from an Atlanta ...Full story[Updated: 2014-08-21 10:40 PM] 

Over 50 rescued‚ 3 missing in Rautahat boat capsize UPDATE RAUTAHAT: Majority of individuals who had gone missing in Rautahat boat capsize this evening have been rescued by police and locals. It has been learnt ...Full story[Updated: 2014-08-21 9:30 PM] 

2 Bangladeshi men arrested for VOIP operation KATHMANDU: Police have arrested two Bangladeshi nationals on charge of operating Voice Over Internet Protocol from their rented room in Baluwatar-4, Kathmandu. ...Full story[Updated: 2014-08-21 5:38 PM] 

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Malaysian minister calls on Koirala KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala today urged Malaysia to ensure the basic rights and safety of thousands of Nepalis who are working in the East Asian country. Aft ...Full story

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Madhesi intelligentsia for statute through consensus KATHMANDU: Madhesi civil society members today told the Constitutional-Political Dialogue and Consensus Committee (CPDCC) of the Constituent Assembly that a new constitution should ... Full story

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'Credit goes to team spirit' KATHMANDU: Coach Basanta Shahi Thakuri credited the team spirit for Nepal’s victory in the ACC U-16 Premier cricket tournament in Malaysia. “Team spirit was the founda ...Full story

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US reveals failed attempt to free Foley from Syria WASHINGTON: The United States said yesterday that its special forces tried this summer to rescue American hostages held by Islamist militants in Syria. N ...Full story

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Nepal‚ Malaysia plan committee KATHMANDU: Nepal and Malaysia have agreed to form a joint committee to finalise the draft of Labour Agreement between the two countries, which, once enforced, would he ...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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  War era cases should not be revived

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