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Nepal govt tables Constitution Amendment bill in Parliament to address issues of Madhesi parties

All India Radio Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Nepal govt tables Constitution Amendment bill in Parliament to address issues of Madhesi partiesIn Nepal, the Constitution Amendment Bill has been tabled in Parliament to address the grievances of agitating Madhesi parties and other ethnic groups in the country.
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News video: Nepal government, federal alliance strike deal to table amendment proposal

▶ Nepal government, federal alliance strike deal to table amendment proposal 00:50

Kathmandu, Nov 23 (ANI): A meeting was held between the Nepal Government and the federal alliance at Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dalhal’s residence, which ended with a positive outcome over tabling of the amendment proposal as per the spirit of the three-point agreement. The federal alliance...

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