‘Princeling’ gives up government aid
Prakash, his father and the Maoist government had come under heavy criticism after the cabinet had decided to dole out Rs 20 million to the Mission for Lumbini-Sagarmath Peace Walk.
The team however announced that it will continue with its plans.
Published Date: Sunday, March 18th, 2012 | 05:17 PM
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