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  Big 3 In Fresh Talks Over Key Contentions

  Kidnapping That Never Happened
    KATHMANDU, Sept 2:A few hours they were able to release a man was freed from his kidnappers, the Metropolitan Police Circle Office Lainchaur received another complaint at around 8 pm Monday evening about the abduction of a toddler from Kuslechaur-17 of Kathmandu.

Following a complaint from a mother of the missing child, the Lainchaur police immediately circulated a special alert to all of its circle offices in the valley with the details such as facial description of the two-and-a-half-year old baby girl, Smiriti Tamang.

  PM To Leave On Sept 19 To Attend 69th UNGA
    KATHMANDU, Aug 2 : Prime Minister Sushil Koirala is leaving for New York, USA on September 19 to attend the 69th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA).

Prime Minister Koirala, who will be leading a Nepalese delegation of over a dozen members, will attend a function organized by the Nepalese Embassy in United Arab Emirates on September 20 during his stopover at Abu Dhabi.

  Disputes To Be Put To Vote If No Consensus: Nembang
    KATHMANDU, Sept 2 : Constituent Assembly (CA) Chairman Subas Nembang on Tuesday said thorny issues in constitution writing would be finalized through voting if parties fail to forge consensus by September 6.

After receiving a memorandum submitted by the Reporter´s Club Nepal, Nembang said there is no alternative other than following the CA regulations. "I have already directed the chiefs of CA committees to follow the calendar.

  Minister Rijal Leaves For Delhi
    KATHMANDU, Sept 2: Minister for Information and Communications Dr Minendra Rijal today, left for New Delhi to participate in a religious programme.

Minister Dr Rijal was invited as Chief Guest at the programme organized to observe the centenary of Acharya Tulasi, a prominent Jain religious leader, said Joint Secretary of the Ministry Kavi Raj Khanal.

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