CPN-UML parliamentary party leader, KP Oli has arrived in Kathmandu on Tuesday after a month long medical treatment in Bangkok, Thailand.
Oli returned Nepal aboard a Thai Air’s regular flight in the afternoon. He was welcomed by party cadres and the citizens.
Addressing a brief press meet at Tribhuvan International Airport after his arrival, Oli said the UML’s upcoming ninth General Convention will select a new leadership through consensus.
President Ram Baran Yadav has congratulated the winners of the Pulsar Sports Awards 2014 that was held in the capital on Monday.
Welcoming the winners and Nepal Sports Journalists Forum (NSJF) representatives at Shital Niwas in Kathmandu on Tuesday, Yadav praised the players and coaches for their effort to help the country be recognized in the international arena.
Among Nepal’s less than 28 million people, seven million live in want. This is especially true in villages, where poverty is coupled with poor education, and girls in their early teens are often traded off for marriage – or lured out of the homes by prospective job opportunities. False hopes lead them to an even more abysmal situation – brothels in India.
The worst kinds of things that can happen to women: violent rape, STDs, unintended pregnancies, having newborns taken away, happen to the victims of trafficking.