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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Excerpt from report by Nepalese daily newspaper Nepal Samacharpatra on 22 March
Jumla [district in mid western Nepal]: Two hundred and twenty-four people of 33 families who had been living the life of displaced people at district headquarters because of the armed conflict were sent back to their homes on Tuesday [20 March] with due dignity.
A special function was organized in Jumla during which they were daubed with vermilion powder [in a traditional gesture of good auspices] and given a farewell.
Present at the farewell function were representatives of all political parties except the Maoists, …