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Government determines agenda for Nepal-India joint commission meeting


Kathmandu, July 25: The government has finalized the agenda for the third meeting of the Nepal-India Joint Commission.

 The meeting of the Council of Ministers today finalized the subjects that would be discussed in the Joint Commission’s meeting to begin here tomorrow.It may be noted that Indian Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj is arriving here later this evening leading a high-level Indian delegation to the meeting.
            Talking to reporters following the cabinet meeting here today, Minister for Information and Communications Dr Minendra Rijal confirmed that the government had finalized the agenda for the Joint Commission meeting.
            The cabinet meeting today also approved unrestricted travelling in the road inside Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park premises as per the proposal of the Forest Ministry.
            Accordingly, people can now use the Tokha-Chahare and Tokha-Dandagaon roads round the clock.
            Likewise, the government has decided to send former Secretary at the Finance Minister Yubaraj Bhusal on a deputation for a maximum of one year to the Nepal Administrative Staff College. Bhusal had attained compulsory retirement from public service on Thursday.
            Similarly, another former Secretary who also retired the same day, Krishna Hari Baskota, has been appointed the expert member of the Administration Reforms High Level Directive Committee.
            The cabinet meeting held at the Prime Minister’s residence in Baluwatar was the first since Prime Minister Sushil Koirala returned home following a month-long medical treatment in the USA.


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