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Dahal calls for all-side support to end political crisis

KATHMANDU: Chairman of Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that support and contributions from all sides was a must to find a way out to the present political crisis in the country.

“We all are familiar about the situation facing the country at present and are also serious towards this and focused on giving an outlet to the country”, said the Maoist Chairman.

Releasing three books “Different Issues of Women (Chelibetika Beglai Kura), Feminism in the Nepali novels (Nepali Upanyasma Naribad) and Feminist Thought  (Naribadi Soundarya Chintan) by Dr Sudha  Tripathi, Dahal stressed the need of taking the issues of women liberation and movement ahead simultaneously.

Tripathi’s new creations in the Nepali literature would be important references not only for literary people and women but also the political leaders, he said.

Underscoring the need of the ‘book policy’, he pledged to do his best from his respective capacity to bring the book policy.

Vice Chancellor of Nepal Academy, Ganga Prasad Upreti, said the works by Tripathi are readable.

Likewise, litterateur Khagendra Sangroula said the books are focused on reflecting the common woes of women.

Similarly, Ramchandra Timothi said export of books has been difficult in the absence of the book policy. He urged the Maoist Chairman to take an initiative for preparing the book policy as early as possible.

Sushma Sharma, critique  Govinda Raj Bhattarai,  Prof Dr Devi Prasad Gautam, Onsari Gharti and writer Tripathi put their opinions on the occasion.

The books are published by the Bhrikuti Academic Publications. RSS

Published Date: Saturday, July 7th, 2012 | 09:09 AM

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