MK Nepal off to India

KATHMANDU: Former general secretary of the CPN (UML), Madhav Kumar Nepal, left for New Delhi on Saturday to pay tribute to former general secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) Harkishan Singh Surjeet. Late Singh passed away of cardiac arrest on Friday. During his stay in India, Nepal would hold talks with Indian leaders, the party stated. — RSS

NWPP take on govt

KIRTIPUR: President of the Nepal Workers’ and Peasants’ Party Narayan Man Bijukchhe has said that the next government should not be a minority government. Inaugurating the Kirtipur Town Conference organised by his party on Saturday, Bijukchhe said people had given mandate for a unity government. — RSS

Job training

LALITPUR: The government has been providing orientation training to workers, who are heading to South Korea for jobs. The Employment Promotion System (EPS) section of the Department of Labour and Employment Promotion has imparted training to 500 of the 6,768 people who passed the Korean language test. It is learnt the selected workers have been apprised of social, economic and legal systems of South Korea. — RSS