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Binaya Bashyal, 26, sales executive
The fact that the SAARC Summit is happening is a good thing. But given past records, I don´t think anything concrete will come out of this summit, either. There´s a lot going on because of the summit. They have tightened the security, which is a good thing, but common people have to bear the brunt. I live in Kirtipur, and just this morning, I had to get down at Kalimati and walk to Sundhara because the security personnel wanted to rehearse for tomorrow.
India And Nepal Begins Bus Service
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KATHMANDU, Nov 26 : Prime Minister Sushil Koirala and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi jointly flagged off Kathmandu-Delhi-Kathmandu bus service on Tuesday.

It is for the first time that the bus service between Kathmandu and Delhi has been launched following a bilateral agreement between the two countries.
Modi´s Sweet Shop Still Favorite Among Locals
BENUPRAJ BHATTARAI
SAARC : Nepal - India relationship

ILAM, Nov 26: "If anyone can make sweets, it is Modi." That is how people in Ilam district fondly remember him. The magical sweet maker is no more alive, but the businessmen around still envy him. "He had skills to sell his items to world´s top miser!"

Popularly known as Pandit Modi in Ilam, Jagannath Sharma came to Nepal from the Indian state of Haryana in 1961. After living in Nepal for sometime, he did not feel like returning to his country. With his wife and three sons, Sharma migrated to Ilam and chose to settle down here permanently. Modi, who described himself as a very religious person, had always considered Nepal a pious place.
Kathmandu-New Delhi Bus Service Starts
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KATHMANDU, Nov 25: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi jointly inaugurated the Kathmandu-New Delhi bus service on Tuesday.

The service has been started as per an agreement with the Indian government to operate a bus daily.
Trauma Center Inaugurated
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KATHMANDU, Nov 25: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi jointly inaugurated the Nepal-India Friendship Trauma Center in the capital on Tuesday.

The center that was constructed five years ago with Indian assistance had failed to come to operation owing to political interference.
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