JAN 30: 6 things to know by 6 PM today

Published On: January 30, 2019 06:00 PM NPT

Dhurmus Suntali Foundation announces to construct international cricket stadium 

The Dhurmus Suntali Foundation, a social organization founded by comedian duo Sitaram Kattel 'Dhurmus' and Kunjana Ghimire 'Suntali', on Tuesday, announced that it would construct an international cricket stadium in Bharatpur Metropolitan City in Chitwan District. An agreement on land acquisition for the construction of the Gautam Buddha International Cricket Stadium was signed between Dhurmus Suntali Foundation and Bharatpur Metropolitan City at a function held at City Hall in the capital.

No one will have to become a martyr in their search for rights: PM KP Sharma Oli

At a program organized at the Martyrs Memorial Park in Lainchaur today, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli asserted that no one needs to become martyrs in the fight for rights from now onward as the democratic regime has been already set up in the country. Oli paid homage to martyrs on the occasion of the Martyr’s Day. 

Home Minister Thapa invites his Chinese counterpart to visit Nepal

Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa has said that Nepal is committed to One-China Policy saying that the country will not allow anti-Chinese activities on its soil. The minister made the remarks during his meeting with Chinese Ambassador Hou Yanqi at the Ministry of Home Affairs, Singhdurbar, on Wednesday.

Ex-CJ Sushila Karki expresses solidarity with Dr Govind KC

Former Chief Justice Sushila Karki has visited TU Teaching Hospital to express solidarity with agitating Dr Govinda KC, on Wednesday. Upon visiting Dr KC at the hospital where he has been staging a fast-unto-death since the last 22 days, former Chief Justice Karki assured him that the government will fulfill his demands.

CBS begins discussions to launch National Census, 2078

The Central Bureau of Statistics has started discussions to launch the National Census, 2078. A joint meeting of the National Statistics Council and the National Census Steering Committee took a decision to this effect, said CBS's Director Dhundi Raj Lamichhane.

Venezuela’s Maduro offers to negotiate with opposition

More than a week into a standoff with the opposition, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Wednesday that he is willing to negotiate. Violent street demonstrations erupted last week after opposition leader Juan Guaido during a major opposition rally in Caracas declared that he had assumed presidential powers under the constitution and planned to hold fresh elections to end Maduro’s “dictatorship.”


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