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Kidnapping that never happened

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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. [More]

  EXPAT SPEAKS Working for Youngsters  
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Nafisa Binte Shafique is the chief of the Adolescent Development and Participation (ADAP) Center at UNICEF. Shafique, who is from Bangladesh, completed her Master’s in Social Work from Dhaka University and went on to acquire her MS in Development Studies from the Netherlands. After working with the UNICEF in Bangladesh, East Timor, and Lesotho in Southern Africa, she has now been working in Nepal for the past four years.

The Week’s Nitya Pandey caught up with her at her office in Pulchowk where she talked about her areas of work, experiences in Nepal and future plans.

 
Major parties agree to all-party meet, differ on modality and ToR
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Decide to hold talks with CPN-Maoist again on Thursday

KATHMANDU, Sept 2 : The three three major political parties - Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and UCPN (Maoist) - and the agitating Mohan Baidya-led CPN-Maoist have agreed in principle to hold an all-party political conference to settle various contentious issues of the new statute although they are yet to agree on the modality and terms of reference (ToR) of such a forum.

During a four-party meeting held at the official residence of Prime Minister Sushil Koirala at Baluwatar Tuesday afternoon, the political parties agreed to meet again Thursday to settle their differences over the modality and ToR of the political conference, as demanded by the CPN-Maoist, which boycotted the Constituent Assembly (CA) election held late last year.   [More]
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