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  • Highest collection ever from mountaineers climbing Kanchenjunga 8.2 millions as royalties in this year

      Kathmandu, June 22: Mt. Kanchenjunga has collected Rs. 8 million and 226 thousand in royalties this year. Officials say that this is the highest collection ever from mountaineers climbing Kanchenjunga. Chief of the Mountaineering Branch of Tourism Department, Rameshwor Niraula, said that there were 44 mountaineers climbing Mt....

    Nepal taking part in IRF Ziyuan Rafting Festival

    Kathmandu, June 22 : A squad going to China to take part in the International Rafting Federation (IRF) 2018 Ziyuan Rafting Festival was given farewell amidst a programme here today. Nepal Rafting and Canoeing Association chair Man Bahadur Neupane bade farewell to the team. The team comprises Nepal Tourism...

    Nepal removed from EU aviation safety

    Kathmandu, June 22 Nepal will be removed from the European Aviation Safety Agency’s aviation safety list within next three months, claims the country’s Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Rabindra Adhikari. All Nepali airlines have been barred from flying in the European sky owing to their weak safety...

    Parliament meeting postpones because of Ministers

    Kathmandu, June 17 The absence of four ministers in the meeting of House of Representatives on Sunday forced the Speaker to postpone the meeting as discussions on allocations made to their ministers were scheduled for today. As the Lower House is continuing the discussions on the Appropriation Bill, allocations to the Ministry of Women, Children and Senior Citizens; Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development; Ministry of Urban Development;...

    Govt staff to be barred from joining NGOs till two years of retirement, says Pandit

    Pokhara, June 17 Minister for Federal Affairs and General Administration Lalbabu Pandit says he will soon introduce a new law, according to which retired government staff will also be barred from joining national and international non-government organisations as employees, founders or officials till the end of second year of their retirement. Minister Pandit says that the provision is necessary so as to protect data and information the staff have...

    Nepal Communist Party’s first Standing Committee meeting tomorrow

    Kathmandu, June 15 The newly-formed Nepal Communist Party will hold its first Standing Committee meeting at the Prime Minister’s official residence in Baluwatar on Saturday. The co-chairs of the party, KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal, decided to hold the meeting on June 16 following a discussion this week. According to central committee member Bishnu Rijal, a four-point agenda has been prepared for the meeting. “Both the chairs...

    Home Politics LifeStyle Interview Business Travel Nepali Edition Shekhar Koirala accuses govt of heading towards authoritarianism

      Kathmadnu, June 13 : Nepali Congress leader Shekhar Koirala has said that the government is heading towards authoritarianism in the name of development and prosperity in the country. Koirala further accused the government of preparing to take over the state mechanisms. Speaking to journalists at his residence in Biratnagar  today, the opposition leader said, “The incumbent government is trying to take the judiciary and provincial structures in hand...

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