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Mercantile Communication Pvt. Ltd) Mercantile Communication Pvt. Ltd) UML chairman talks of November polls Admitting that Constituent Assembly (CA) elections are unlikely in June, UML chairman... 33 political parties picket Singha Durbar protesting ongoing election process The 33 fringe parties including Mohan Baidya led CPN-Maoist picketed Singha Durbar, the... Afghanistan outplay HK to enter ACC T20 Cup final Afghanistan defeated Hong Kong by seven wickets in the first semifinal match of ACC T20... SC stays TRC ordinance, 'fast track' promotion of NA officers The Supreme Court on Monday stayed the implementation of the ordinance on the...
ekantipur A baby receives a dose of Vitamin A from a health volunteer near Maitidevi Temple in Kathmandu on Saturday.Photographer: Kiran Panday /eKantipur A relative of mountaineer Ankaji Sherpa, who died in yesterday's avalanche in Everest Base Camp, weeps as Sherpa's body (not seen in the picture) arrives at the Sherpa Monastery in Bouddha, Kathmandu, on Saturday. Fifteen high-altitude Sherpa guides were killed in an avalanche on Friday morning.Photographer: Sampurna Manandhar /eKantipur Relatives of mountaineer Ankaji Sherpa, who died in yesterday's avalanche in Everest Base Camp, mourn as they wait for the body at the Sherpa Monastery in Bouddha, Kathmandu, on Saturday. Fifteen high-altitude Sherpa guides were killed in an avalanche on Friday morning.Photographer: Sampurna Manandhar /eKantipur Staffers of NMB Bank participate in a heritage walk at Babarmahal in Kathmandu on Saturday.Photographer: Nimesh Jung Rai /eKantipur ekantipur
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British ambassador to US denies he helped Saif Gaddafi with PhD British ambassador to US denies he helped Saif Gaddafi with PhD In a statement, a Foreign Office spokesman said: ''Sir Nigel Sheinwald did meet Saif Gaddafi during the time he was studying at the LSE, and was therefore aware that he was preparing a thesis. ''But Sir Nigel had absolutely no role in the writing of any part of the thesis, made no suggestions about it to Saif Gaddafi or anyone else, and suggested no changes.'' Last month Sir Howard Davies resigned from his post of director at the LSE over the university's links to the Gaddafi family. He said the decision to accept £300,000 funding from the Gaddafi International Charity and Development Foundation (GICDF) in 2009, had ''backfired'' and expressed regret that he had visited Libya to advise the regime about how it could modernise its financial institutions. The LSE council has commissioned an independent inquiry into the university's relationship with Libya and with Saif Gaddafi.
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Toke of the Town - Cannabis news, rumor and humor Things we did not expect to happen yesterday: Pigs to begin flying, ten inches of snow in Jamaica and the Governor of Texas saying that he favors decriminalization of certain amounts of cannabis in his state. One of those things actually did happen though, and no we aren't packing our snowboards for a flight aboard Wilbur to Kingston tomorrow. In a move that pretty much came as a surprise to everyone including his staff, Texas Gov. Rick Perry yesterday said he wants to start his state down the road to decriminalization to "keep people from going to prison." Even more shocking, he made the announcement on the national stage at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.

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