Nepal's Constituent Assembly, which has the mammoth task of drafting the new Constitution for the republic by May 28, 2010, has amended its working timetable for the seventh time since its formation.

Wednesday's amendment came after Assembly's committees could not come up with their draft papers on time.

Among others, the State Restructuring Committee, the Constitutional Committee, and the Natural Resources and Means Committee need to present their concept papers.

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