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Japanese Lawmaker Arriving In Capital
KATHMANDU, Nov 1 : A Japanese parliamentarian and Secretary-General of the Japan-Nepal Parliamentary Friendship League Yosuke Tsuruho is arriving in Kathmandu on Saturday on a three-day visit to Nepal.

According to a press statement issued by Embassy of Japan in Kathmandu, Tsuruho is scheduled to hold meetings with President Dr Ram Baran Yadav, Foreign Minister Mahendra Bahadur Pandey, Finance Minister Ram Sharan Mahat and other senior political leaders, including Nepali Congress Vice President Ram Chandra Paudel during his stay in Kathmandu.
Top Three-party Meet Ends In Fiasco
KATHAMNDU, Oct 31: A meeting among the top leaders of the three major parties - Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and UCPN (Maoist) – convened to strike deal on the disputed issues of the new constitution has ended inconclusively on Friday.

Held at Prime Minister’s official residence in Baluwatar, the three-party meeting ended in fiasco after the leaders did not budge from their respective stances.
CIAA Files Forgery Case Against Former Section Officer
KATHMANDU, Oct 31 : The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has filed a forgery case at the Special Court against, former Section Chief Rabin Shrestha at Nepal Bal Sangathan on Friday.

Issuing a presss tatement the anti-graft body has charge sheeted Shrestha for submitting fake and forged certificate of Intermediate Level (I. Sc), acquired from Bihar Intermediate Education Board, Patna, India in the year 1995 AD for the purpose of promotion.
UML CC Meeting Underway, Leader Nepal Presents Memorandum Paper
KATHMANDU, Oct 31: The third full meeting of the central committee (CC) of the CPN (UML) has been held at the party head office, Balkhu today.

Soon after the party chair KP Sharma Oli presented the work procedures in the meeting, party leader Madhav Kumar Nepal presented a written memorandum citing that the party has been led arbitrarily by the party chair.
Twenty Two -party Alliance Concludes No Alternatives Of Consensus
KATHMANDU, Oct 31: The 22-party-alliance led by the UCPN (Maoist) has concluded that a new constitution drafting process could not go ahead beyond the consensus process.

The meeting of the alliance held at the UCPN (Maoist) parliamentary party office at Singhdurbar today, concluded that continuous meeting held among three major parties did not bear fruit but it concluded that there was no alternative to consensus.
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