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Multinational peace keeping military drill from today

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KATHMANDU — The third edition of multinational peace keeping military drill entitled ‘Exercise Shanti Prayas III’ is kicking off Monday at the Nepal Army’s Birendra Peace Operations Training Centre where 1024 army personnel from 28 countries are participating.

The multi-national military exercise co-sponsored by Nepal Army and US Army’s Pacific Command will last for 14 days.

The military exercise which aims at enhancing peacekeeping capabilities prior to being deployed for peacekeeping missions under the United Nations, according to a press statement issued by the Public Relations Directorate of Nepal Army.

‘The main objective of the joint military exercise is to help increase the participants’ interoperability and peacekeeping skills prior to their deployment to the UN peace missions,’ it said.

“The exercise will enhance global interoperability and develop common tactics, techniques and procedures required to effectively support real-world UN peacekeeping operations,” Admiral Harris Jr. has been quoted as saying in US Army’s DVIDS report.

Army personnel from Bangladesh, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, Fiji, Germany, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kirghistan, Singapore, South Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Paraguay, Philippines, Rwanda, Sri Lanka, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Vietnam and Zambia were invited to take part in the exercise.

Saying the Nepal-US relationship is strong and continues to grow, the US Navy commander added, “And the training we are conducting at the Birendra Peace Operations Training Centre in Nepal is a testament to our shared commitment to enhancing global peacekeeping operations and the enforcement of UN mandates.”

United States Pacific Command (USPACOM)’s Admiral Harry B. Harris Jr has already arrived here in the capital on Sunday to take part in a multinational military drill for peacekeeping, Nepal Army said.

The exercise includes various components including Staff Training Event (STE), Field Training Event (FTE), Critical Enabler and Capability Enhancement Events and Regional Training Seminar.

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FPTP vote count concludes, UML emerges as largest party with 80 seats

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KATHMANDU — The vote count for the First-Past-The-Post (FPTP) for the House of Representatives and provincial Assembly elections has for concluded on Wednesday.

As per the final result, CPN-UML has emerged as the largest party of the nation with 80 seats to the House of Representatives and 168 seats on provincial assemblies.

Similarly, the CPN (Maoist Centre) has won in 36 federal constituencies and the party has emerged victorious in 73 provincial constituencies.

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Likewise, the Nepali Congress (NC) has won in 23 federal constituencies. The party has been elected in 45 provincial constituencies.

Federal socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN) and Rastriya Janta Party Nepal (RJPN) have secured victory on 10 and 11 seats on federal constituencies and 24 and 16 seats in provincial assemblies respectively.

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