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  • Six companies apply for Naagdhunga road tunnel

    Kathmandu,Nov 05:Total six companies, including five Chinese and one Japanese, have filed applications expressing their interest to construct a road tunnel in Naagdhunga on the western outskirts of Kathmandu, according to a three column story in Nepal Samacharpatra. Chhabi Lal Paudel, an engineer at Department of Roads, says the department is assessing the proposals and the decision will be made soon.

    Fruit soaking event by Radisson Hotel

    Kathmandu, Nov 04: Fruit soaking event was conducted by Radisson Hotel Kathmandu on 2nd November 2018, Friday. The event was held at Terrace Garden, fourth floor beautiful outdoor venue with a long table set up where the elaborated ingredients were placed in order. The women professional along with Mrs. Pratima Pande, Mrs. Edwina Logan, Mrs. Edwina Champy, Mrs. Suman Nepal, Mrs. Baba Sarkar, Mrs. Rita Bhandary was invited by the hotel to honor the mixing. Manager Sales & Marketing...

    Govt to take back Osho Tapoban’s land

    Kathmandu,Nov 01: Accusing the commune of breaching conversation laws and constructing illegal infrastructures, the government is all set to take back the forest land it provided to Osho Tapoban in Nagarjun of Kathmandu, Kantipur reports in a box story. Around 13 years ago, the government had allowed the organisation to use 37 ropani land of Nagarjun forest, which is a part of Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park, to use as a spiritual commune. However, the government has now charged that the Tapoban...

    Tourism Board to open its own hotel

    Nepal Tourism Board, a public private partnership body established to promote tourism activities in the country, has planned to open its own hotel in Khaptad region of farwestern Nepal, Karobar reports in its lead story. The Board has allocated Rs 60 million budget for the project, the report informs, adding the move is apparently against the intention of the Board’s establishment.

    Air Asia ends service to Kathmandu without clearing arrears

    Kathmandu, Oct 30 : Air Asia, a Malaysian airline, has closed its flight to Nepal without clearing arrears worth Rs 130 million to the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), said TIA administration. The jet aircraft of Air Asia operating flight between Kuala Lumpur and Kathmandu daily closed service on October 13 for one year, said Managing Director at the TIA Raj Kumar Chhetri. The flight closure comes at a time when Nepal and Malaysia today signed a memorandum of understanding...

    New agreement lets Nepalis work in Malaysia at zero cost

    Kathmandu, October 29 Nepal and Malaysia on Monday have signed a labour agreement, according to which the Kuala Lumpur government will let Nepali workers take up employment opportunities in Malaysia at zero cost. It means the employers will have to cover all costs involved in the recruitment process including flight tickets. The visa will be granted free of cost. Nepal’s Minister for Labour, Employment and Social Security Gokarna Bista and Malaysia’s Minister for Human Resources M Kulasegaran signed the...

    Importing marigold garlands worth Rs 3 million for Tihar

    Kathmandu, October 28 Traders have planned to import marigold flowers and garlands worth Rs 3 million for upcoming Tihar festival. Kathmandu needs around 1 million garlands for the festival. Whereas the domestic production covers around 60 per cent of the supply, around 400,000 garlands will be imported from India, according to the traders. Annually, around 90 per cent share of the market is covered by the domestic production. However, the ratio changes as the demand swells during the festival....

    Japan extends Rs 1.08 billion grant to repair BP Highway

    Kathmandu, October 25 Japan has extended a grant assistance worth Rs 1.08 billion to repair the BP Highway, the road connecting Kathmandu with eastern Terai. The Japanese government had funded the construction of 160 kilometre road earlier. The two governments signed an agreement in this regard at the Ministry of Finance this morning. Nepal’s Finance Secretary Rajan Khanal and Japanese Ambassador Masamichi Saigo signed the contact on behalf of their governments respectively. The road had sustained several damages during...

    PPL winner to bag 2.7 million rupees

    Kathmandu, October 25 The winner of the Pokhara Premier League (PPL) Twenty20 cricket tournament will walk home with a cash prize of Rs. 2.7 million. The tournament is being played from October 26 to November 6. A decision has been taken to award Rs. 2.7 million in cash prize to the winning team, said Queens Events Private Limited Managing Director Chumbi Lama.Likewise, the runner-up will walk home with One million rupees while the man-of-the-series, best batsman and best bowler...

    Record rice production predicted for this year

    Kathmandu,Oct 24: The government has predicted that the country will produce around 5.8 million metric ton rice, the highest annual cultivation since the government began recording the production, this year. Secretary at the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development, Yubak Dhoj GC, has attributed the improvement to better monsoon rains and control of diseases, according to Nagarik anchor story.

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