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    Pokhara, Aug 17: The ‘Grand Australian Education Fair’ is taking place today in Pokhara under the aegis of Expert Education and Visa Services. All necessary preparations to this effect were complete, shared Expert Pokhara Director Ramesh Kumar Thapa at a press conference organized here on Wednesday. There will be the representation of 10 Australian Universities and Campuses in the fair to be held at Hotel Barahi Lakeside. According to Thapa, the fair is organized targeting the students aspiring to...

    CG relief assistance to flood survivors

    Rajbiraj, Aug 17: The Chaudhary Group on Wednesday distributed relief to flood survivors in three villages of Saptari district. The relief aid was distributed to 570 flood-affected families of Sakardahi, Madhuwapur and Badnaha in ward number 2, 3 and 4 of Hanumannagar Kankalani municipality. CG senior manager Anil Singh shared that the flood-affected family each was provided with 10 packet noodles, 1-kg bhujiya and a bottle mineral water. Likewise, the Rastriya Janata Party had provided financial assistance of Rs...

    Biratnagar Airport likely to resume air services by Saturday

    Biratnagar, Aug 17: Nepal Army personnel have been mobilized to clear the runway of Biratnagar airport as it was completely covered by mud and sand due to inundation caused by incessant rainfall. The Biratnagar Airport has shut down its all air services due to runway inundation. About 200 NA personnel have been mobilized to clear the airport runway with the help of various equipments and are expected to bring the airport back into operation by Saturday. According to, Suresh...

    Nepal-China ties

    17,August Hu Shiseng, Director of the Beijing-based Institute of South and Southeast Asian and Oceanic studies at Chinese Institute of Contemporary International Relations, in his op-ed for The Kathmandu Post says China and Nepal should move ahead with trans-Himalayan development, with or without India. Hu says Nepal and China have been able to resolve disputes swiftly and effectively and China does not interfere in Nepal’s internal matters. He also proposes that Nepal could use its special relations with both China and India...

    Try the unique Newari Traditional food in Fairfield by Marriott from 18 to 27 August

    KATHMANDU, August 16 : Want to try Traditional Newari Food while staying in Nepal? Then schedule to go Fairfield by Marriott in Thamel of Kathmandu. “Newari Bhoj” the festival to celebrate the unique food and flavors of Newari Culture is set to be organized from 18th to the 27th August will provide you a platform for Newari artisan home cooks to make sure capture the truly authentic flavors, the hotel  believes. “To add to the festival atmosphere Traditional Dance, entertainments and...

    Nepal, China sign three pacts

    Aug 16, 2017- Nepal and China on Tuesday signed three agreements related to economic and technical cooperation, promotion of Chinese investment and economic cooperation, and oil and gas exploration in Nepal. The deals were signed after delegation-level talks between Nepal and China led by Deputy PM and Minister for Local Development Bijaya Kumar Gachhadar and visiting Chinese Vice-premier Wang Yang. The two sides formalised the RMB 1 billion (Rs16 billion) Chinese aid for reconstruction of the Kodari Highway announced...

    Berlin’s economy benefits from tourism like never before

    15 Aug 2017   BERLIN – The tourism industry in Berlin has broken yet another record. Over the past two years, the gross amount of revenue generated by visitors to the German capital has climbed by about €1 billion to 11.58 billion euros a year. This is the result of a new 2016 study on tourism as an economic factor conducted by dwif-Consulting GmbH for visitBerlin. The positive trend continued in the first half of 2017: the number of overnight stays in hotels...

    Chinese govt to provide $1 million as emergency fund

    KATHMANDU, Aug 15: Chinese government has announced a donation of one million US dollar as emergency fund, expressing its sadness over loss of lives and properties in the floods and landslides in Nepal. Vice-Premier of State Council of the People’s Republic of China Wang Yang made such announcement during the Nepal-China Deputy Prime Minister-level meeting which started from today. Deputy Prime Minister Bijay Kumar Gachchhadar is representing Nepal in the bilateral meeting. Another Deputy Prime Minister Krishna Bahadur Mahara,...

    Free SMS services in flood-hit areas

    Aug 14, 2017- SMS services have been made free in flood-affected areas, according to Mahendra Bahadur Gurung, Secretary at Ministry of Information and Communication. According to secretary Gurung, a provision to make SMS services free of cost by all telecom service providers has come into effect in view of current crisis of floods and landslides across the country.   However, the free SMS service will be effective only outside Kathmandu, read a tweet posted by Gurung.  

    Chinese vice-premier arrives today

    Aug 14, 2017- Nepal and China will sign some deals related to reconstruction and investment on infrastructure, among others, during the visit of Wang Yang, vice-premier of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China. Wang is arriving in Kathmandu on an official visit on Monday evening. The visit is taking place at a time when India and China are locked in a dispute over the Doklam tri-junction and when Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba is leaving for...

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