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A meeting of the Council of Ministers held Thursday decided to promote them to the post of AIGs, according to Rekha Sharma, minister for Communications and Information Technology.

According to her, the meeting also decided to award and honor 42 persons- players, coaches and managers- who secured medals with victories in various international sports, including taekwondo, kabaddi, karate and cricket.

In the meantime, Nanda Lal Majhi from Sunsari has been nominated as Vice Chairman of the Social Welfare Council, while Suresh Manandhar from Kathmandu is appointed as Member of the Language Commission, according to Minister Sharma.