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  • September 18 elections: Code of conduct effective from today

    Kathmandu, August 17 The Election Commission says the code of conduct introduced for the third phase of local level elections in Province 2 scheduled for September 18 will be implemented from today. The code will be effective for the government and ministers, political parties, offices of concerned local governments, public organisations, security agencies and staff to be deployed for the polls. Likewise, media, private and non-government organisations as well as individuals holding the public office should also abide by...

    Landslides block traffic along Muglin road

    Aug 14, 2017- Traffic along the Narayangadh-Muglin road has been obstructed from Saturday afternoon due to landslides at different places. Chief of Narayangadh-Muglin Road Project Chandra Narayan Yadav said the landslides have occurred at Kalikhola, Chorkhola, Bhalukhola, Setidovan and Bhorle areas along the Narayangadh-Muglin road as well as parts of Naubise-Muglin road. Hundreds of passengers have been stranded as continuous rains have hindered the debris clearance works.  

    Half of Americans plan to use sharing economy services for summer travel in 2017

    7 August RICHMOND, VA. – The popularity of the sharing economy for summer travel booking has tripled within two years, with 50 percent of travelers likely (26 percent very/ 25 percent somewhat) to use services like Uber, Lyft and Airbnb this year compared to 36 percent in 2016 and 17 percent in 2015, according to the third annual Allianz Travel Insurance Sharing Economy Index released  by Allianz Global Assistance USA. The first year-on-year survey to track consumer confidence in the sharing economy market for travel planning...

    Fear of load shedding in winter is valid, says Kulman Ghising

    Kathmandu, August 7 Nepal Electricity Authority’s Managing Director Kulman Ghising says people’s doubts and suspicions if the regular power outage will recur in the upcoming winter are valid as the Authority could not implement its multiple plans to avoid the crisis. He says the Authority’s attempts to increase production and decrease demand and consumption failed owing to lack of cooperation from various sectors and stakeholders, therefore the state-owned power monopoly may not be able to meet the demand during...

    Gurung strong candidate for General Secretary of NMA Election

    Kathmandu, July 31: Nepal Mountaineering association (NMA) has announced its election to be held on 5th August. As election is getting closer, candidates are becoming more ambitious. NMA is responsible for all the management activities essential for mountaineering. Among all the candidates, for the post of General Sectrary, Tourism Entrepreneur Kul Bahadur Gurung is prominent candidate among tourism promoters . Gurung is former Vice President of Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN). Gurung has led different tourism organization. He...

    Som Nath Sapkota: Nepali tourism promoter and contributor

    Kathmandu, July 26: There are various types of people living in the world. Some people even after leaving the mother countries contribute a lot in for the development and promotion of the country while some just stay put and focus on their own future. Som Nath Sapkota is the one who has been contributing for the nation even though he has been living abroad for more than a decade. Som Nath Sapkota was born in rural area of Baglung...

    Bringing the world in Lumbini to discuss peace: the dream of Lumbini Forum

    (Rina Shrestha) Kathmandu, July 3: For Basu Gautam originally from Bhairahawa, a small southwestern town in Nepal, Lumbini is not merely a touristic attraction with historical significance but more than that. For the last few years he is persistently campaigning to build and promote Lumbini as a juncture for peacemakers and organizations working towards peace and harmony across the globe. Lumbini is the birthplace of Buddha and one of the world’s most famous spiritual sites situated at the foothills...

    Youth icon Diwakar Aryal: motivation to Nepali Youth

    Kathmandu, May 23: In the world every matter gets born twice, first in imagination in Mind and second in reality.  By visualizing the dream in mind a small boy, Diwakar Aryal, entered into Kathmandu Valley from Dhading District.  He has become Icon of Nepali youth and, central as well as focal point of the national as well as international personality today.  He is actively involved with youth empowerment campaign and movement with fascinating vision and clear mission.  He has...

    Sanjay from the highest peak of the world Mt Everest To Antarctica’s Highest Peak

    Sanjay Pandit(28) mountaineer, who have climbed Mt Kilimanjaro and Mt Kosciuszko backward walking foot making the record in Nepal has already climbed 11 mountains in the world. In his childhood in Pyuthan, his father had made compulsion of running despite any weather condition. He used to complete the run only for the sake of completing. After he arrived at Kathmandu for his further studies, he was inspired to be an athlete after seeing the honor program organized at Dasarath...

    Good service available for expedition in Nepal: Zhang Wei

      Zhang Wei, chairperson of 14 Peaks Expedition, has organized most of expeditions organized in Nepal helping to develop the mountain tourism. The Himalayan News talked with him about his career as expedition leader and experiences in his career. How long have you been in this field? I have been climbing mountains for 12 years and I have been a climb leader for about 7 years. What helped you to develop interest in this field? The beauty of snowcapped...

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