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NCP Co-Chair Dahal leaves for China

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KATHMANDU — Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Co-chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachand has left for China on Saturday at the special invitation of the Communist Party of China (CPC).

Before leaving, Chairman Dahal told media at Tribhuvan International Airport that major agenda of the visit was to extend and strengthen the relations between CPN and Communist Party of China.

Another focus of his visit, as Dahal said, would be the initiative to implement various issues of agreement and cooperation reached between the two countries in the past.

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During his stay, the CPN Chair and former Prime Minister would hold talks with high level leaders of China on mutual relations and also on bilateral relations.

In a different note, he said discussions were underway to unify the sister organizations of the former CPN (UML) and Maoist parties as per the party unity.

“Immediately after I return from China, all remaining issues of the unification of sister organizations would be concluded. There is no doubt unity concludes before Dashain festival,” he asserted.

Chairman Dahal had recently held a visit to the southern neighbour, India, and met the Indian PM, Home Minister, Minister for Foreign Affairs and discussed dimension of Nepal-India relations.

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Wildfire goes out of control in Parbat

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PARBAT— A wildfire that engulfed hundreds of hectares of two community forests at Bihadi Rural Municipality in the district has yet to come under control.

The inferno that took place at around 9 am on Thursday continues to rage, advancing towards the nearby settlements at Lingsing, Taltum, Lugring and Bhaterpata, putting lives at risk, said the police. The locals have been asked to stay alert.

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“At present, the flame is at the cliff above Salghari. It may engulf the nearby entire settlements if not taken under control soon,” said local resident Rishiram Bhusal. Thousands of rupees worth of healthy trees and medicinal herbs have been burnt down so far in the inferno, said the police.

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