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CC Recommends Five Commissioners At CIAA
KATHMANDU, Feb 27 : The constitution council (CC) on Friday recommended five commissioners  at the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA).

Taking to media persons Constituent Assembly chairman Subash Chandra Nembang informed that former secretaries Dip Basnet , Nabin Ghimire and Ganesh Raj Joshi have been recommended for the post .
Constitution Based On Consensus As Early As Possible : DPM Gautam
KATHMANDU, Feb 27: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Bamdev Gautam has expressed confidence that the constitution would be promulgated as early as possible based on consensus by ensuring rights of all communities.

Inaugurating the First International Magar Conference and 33rd Magar Unity Establishment Day here Friday, Gautam vowed to promulgate the constitution in the next four months based on consensus as far as practicable. The new constitution will ensure some rights of all communities rather than their all rights, he said.
SJMM Mahara Group Quits Arm Struggle
SARLAHI, Feb 27 : Sanyukta Jatiya Mukti Morcha (SJMM), Mahara group, a Tarai-based underground armed outfit handed over their weapons to Local Administarion Office, formally ending their arm struggle.

Morcha’s Sarlahi Seceretary Jageswor Singha Mahar on Friday handed over four homemade pistols and four rounds of bullets to the administration.
Scheduled Agitation Of 30-party Will Be Peaceful: Gachchhadar
BIRATNAGAR, Feb 27: Chairman of the Madhesi Janadhikar Forum-Democratic (MJF-D), Bijay Kumar Gachchhadar, has said that the agitation scheduled for Saturday, February 28, would be peaceful.

At a news conference organised by the party at Biratnagar on Friday, Chairman Gachchhadar said that the 30-party Alliance was in favour of meaningful talks.
Deuba Questions, Why Maoists Did Not Deliver Statute When They Were In Govt?
BIRATNAGAR, Feb 27: Nepali Congress senior leader Sher Bahadur Deuba has opined that the opposition should come to the negotiating table for framing a constitution on consensus.

Speaking in a program organized by Nepal Press Union Morang here this morning, he said the new constitution would be issued through the majority voting process if consensus could not be forged.
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