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KATHMANDU, July 22 : Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has said that appointment of ambassadors and the remaining 26 Constituent Assembly (CA) members would be made soon in consultation with political parties.

Addressing a press conference upon his arrival home after a month-long treatment in New York, Prime Minister Koirala said the major political parties have already agreed on the number of CA members to be nominated by the cabinet from their respective parties. “The long pending appointments will be made soon in consultation with the political parties,” he said. [More]

  THE MARGINALIZED Mess in Muwgu  
  BY Suman Malla  
 
Health workers playing truant erode public trust

In the first week of July, when a team of government officials visited Kimri health post of Mugu district, they were greeted by a locked door. Let alone health workers, even peons were not around. It seemed as if the health post had been abandoned forever.

However, within a few minutes after the monitoring team, led by Dr Ran Bahadur Bogati, medical officer of the District Public Health Office, Mugu, arrived, the in-charge of Kimri health post, Birendra Bahadur Shahi, turned up. Still gasping, Shahi unlocked the health post.

 
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    KATHMANDU, July 21: After immortalizing the character of ‘Gople’ from the 2012 super hit ‘Loot’ and having many successful films like ‘Kabaddi’, ‘Jhole’ and ‘Dashdhunga’ to his credit, Dayahang Rai is one of the most sought-after actors of this generation. The first choice of many filmmakers and Nepali audiences’ absolute favorite, here he unveils five things most people don’t know about him:

    He doesn’t understand 60% of phone conversations

    Dayahang has serious problems with telephone conversations. Whenever someone calls him, he is distracted with other things happening around him and easily loses his concentration. As a result, he doesn’t get most of the things the person on the other end of the line is saying. “I have to be alone in a room to have a good communication over the phone. Otherwise I try and end the conversation in less than a minute,” he shares.   [More]
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