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Nepali CEC says Election Commission can’t take action against PM

Nepali CEC says Election Commission can’t take action against PM

Kathmandu, Sept 14 (UNI) Nepal's Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) has said that their attention was drawn towards the recent Cabinet expansion but the institution was not mandated to take action in this regard. The Chief Election Commissioner (CEC), Ayodhee Prasad Yadav, while speaking at a programme organised at the Reporters’ Club in Kathmandu yesterday, said, “our attention has been drawn towards the recent Cabinet expansion, but we cannot take action against the Prime Minister, we can only suggest him.” On a different note, he said that the election body would take action against those who tried to lure voters by organising feasts during the third phase of local level elections slated for September 18. He warned that the nominations would be scrapped if any candidate was found involved in organising feast during electioneering. “We have heard that the candidates have been spending huge money for the elections, but we have not found any proof yet,” he said, adding, “If we receive photos as a proof, we will take action against him/her on the spot.” Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba had expanded his Cabinet for the fifth time on last Monday by inducting three ministers from Rastriya Prajatantra Party (Prajatantrik). With the expansion, the size of Deuba-led cabinet has become the biggest in country's history. UNI XC SNU 1418

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Confirmation of Italian govt expected

22 May 2018 | 6:20 PM

Rome, May 22 (UNI) The leaders of Italy's far-right League and Five Star Movement are set to tell President Sergio Mattarella who will lead the coalition government.

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Russian 'dirty money' puts UK national security at risk, say MPs

22 May 2018 | 6:11 PM

London, May 22 (UNI) The United Kingdom is putting national security at risk by “turning a blind eye” to Russian “dirty money,” a new report from British parliamentarians found.

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Tibetan activist jailed in China over language campaign

22 May 2018 | 5:57 PM

New York, May 22 (UNI) A Tibetan activist has been jailed for five years in China for "inciting separatism," after he spoke to the New York Times about efforts to preserve his native language.

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Wake up call for night shift people; diseases may be knocking at your door

22 May 2018 | 5:19 PM

Washington, May 22 (UNI) Watch out night shift staff!
Staying awake for work whole night can take a toll on your health as a new research published on Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences says it can disrupt levels and time of day patterns of more than 100 proteins in the blood.

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Conservation, consumption, sharing of benefits -- 3 goals of Int'l Biodiversity Day

22 May 2018 | 5:11 PM

United Nations, May 22 (UNI) The Convention on Biological Diversity, a mutilateral treaty comprising 196 countries, on Tuesday celebrated the International Day for Biological Diversity 2018, aiming to make people aware of biodiversity and highlight the progress made in its objectives, both at the national and global levels.

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