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Opposition plans protests to mark Nepal king’s takeover

Nepal opposition groups said they would mark the first anniversary of King Gyanendra’s seizure of power with protests and a mass rally, as police reported 20 women detained for staging a demonstration. “The seven opposition parties will be holding rallies in different parts of the Kathmandu valley and converge for a mass meeting at 2pm in Basantapur (in the city centre),” Shovakar Parjuli, secretary of the Nepali Congress party, told AFP on Tuesday. Full Story

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