calendar>>September 22. 2013 Juche 102
Nepali Papers Observe DPRK's Birthday
Pyongyang, September 22 (KCNA) -- Nepali papers carried special write-ups on the occasion of the 65th anniversary of the DPRK.

Ostito on September 6 carried an article titled "Founder of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea" illustrated with a portrait of smiling President Kim Il Sung. It said:

Kim Il Sung paved the way of building a people's government for protecting and meeting the interests of the people from all walks of life including workers and peasants from an independent stand.

He thus founded the DPRK, the first people's democratic state in the East.

He beat back the aggression of the U.S. that boasted of being "the strongest" in the world, honorably defended the sovereignty and dignity of the country and successfully steered the postwar rehabilitation and construction and socialist construction, while leading the DPRK for several decades.

Janmabhumi on Sept. 7 carried a photo of Kim Il Sung and an article titled "DPRK Today" saying the DPRK is regarding independence as the life and soul of the country and the nation.

The paper said that the DPRK is channeling great efforts into building a highly civilized socialist nation, adding that grand monumental edifices and cultural recreation grounds for the people are springing up in different parts of the country and that sports enthusiasm is running high in the country.

Charcha on Sept. 2 carried a photo of Kim Il Sung and said in an article that the DPRK has covered the path of glory and is bringing about miracles and innovations in all fields of socialist construction at the "speed on Masik Pass."

The Jonaprakash on Sept. 9 allotted its one whole page to articles titled "The National Flag of the DPRK" and "The Story about the National Anthem."

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