KATHMANDU: The Nepal Bar Association on Thursday drew attention of Chief Justice Ram Kumar Prasad Shah and the Judicial Council to 'criticism facing the judiciary' for its recent activities, in particular the Supreme Court. “The judiciary that is expected to be active on the basis of people’s faith even in any complex situation is now being criticised continuously. Since this hampers the people’s aspirations of independent, able and efficient justice dispensing, it is the responsibility of Chief Justice and Judicial Council to make the judiciary a place of people’s faith,” said the NBA in a press statement. “The NBA wants to draw serious attention of Chief Justice to the spread of negative message due to the deputation (transfer) of more than 45 judges during the period of two months,” said the NBA in the statement.
KATHMANDU: A 49-year-man old man was found dead in Paknajol on Thursday. Police identified the deceased as Ram Bahadur Kasai of Bimeshwor-4, Dolakha. The body was recovered from the street under mysterious circumstances. Police said they were looking into the case to establish if it was a homicide.
Award for youths
KATHMANDU: The Ministry of Youth and Sports said on Thursday that it would honour youths, who have made remarkable contribution to the development of the country from their respective fields, with ‘Youth Talent Award’. The award will carry a purse of Rs 50,000. The main objective of the award is to inspire youths to do more for the country’s economic, social and cultural development. At a press meet in the capital, MoYS Secretary Dipendra Nath Sharma said that the ministry was going to award 37 youths to recognise their contribution to various sectors with Rs 50,000 each on July 6.