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Country Cannot Bear More Federal States : Oli
BHKTAPUR, Oct 23: CPN (UML) Chairman KP Sharma Oli has said country cannot lead the burden of more federal states.
PM Koirala Hopeful Of Timely Constitution
KATHMANDU, Oct 23: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala on Thursday said Nepal will get new constitution by January 22.

Speaking at an interaction organized by Reporters Club Nepal following deusi bhailo program today, Prime Minister Koirala said the new constitution will be promulgated within the stipulated time frame as the parties are concentrating their efforts on forging consensus.
Leader Nepal Blames UCPN (M) For Inclusive Gokarna Meet
KATHMANDU, Oct 23: Former Prime Minister and CPN-UML senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal has argued the Gokarna residential meeting turned inconclusive because of stances of UCPN (Maoist) for ethnic issues.

Addressing a greetings exchange and deusi bhailo program organized by the CPN (UML) Kathmandu Constituency No 3 committee at Jorparti on the occasion of Bada Dashain, Tihar and Chhath festivals here today, leader Nepal said it is better not to waste more time in the name of forging a consensus on disputed issues.
Mahakabi's Role In Enriching Nepali Language, Literature Outstanding: President
KATHMANDU, Oct 23: President Dr Ram Baran Yadav has said the Mahakabi Laxmi Prasad Devkota has made an unparalleled contribution for enriching the Nepali language and literature.

Addressing a function organised by the Ratna Library on the occasion of its 52nd anniversary and the 106th birth anniversary of the Mahakabi (Great Poet) Laxmi Prasad Devkota here today, the President said the Mahakabi made a great contribution for the uplift of the Nepali language despite the various hurdles at that time.
Nepali Women Still Going To Iraq Despite Govt Ban Four Turned Back From TIA
KATHMANDU, Oct 23: Though the government has banned Iraq as a labor destination for Nepalis and requested all those working there illegally to return, the trend of going to the strife-torn Gulf country seems unabated.

The authorities on Monday turned back four women, who were on their way to Iraq, from Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA). They were carying work visas. Acting out of suspecion over the travel documents possessed by the women, police did some investigating and established that the four did not even know they were headed for Iraq.
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