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  • Maoist Centre wins mayor, deputy mayor in Ramagopalpur Municipality

    Gaushala (Mahottari), Sept 22 (RSS): The CPN (Maoist Centre) has claimed mayor and deputy mayor posts in Ramgopalpur Municipality in the district. Ashok Mandal won mayor with 2,944 votes, while his nearest rival the Nepali Congress’s Rajaram Yadav secured 2,759 votes. Likewise, for deputy mayor, Maoist Center’s Sita Devi Sah claimed the post with 2,891 votes. Her closest rival the NC’s Pushpa Devi Mahato got 2,856 votes. The third phase of local level election was held in eight districts...

    DPM Mahara participates in inaugural of 72nd session of UN Assembly

    Kathmandu, Sept 20 (RSS): Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Krishna Bahadur Mahara, attended the inaugural of the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The 72nd session of UNGA with ‘Focusing on People: Striving for Peace and Decent Life for a Sustainable Planet’ as a theme commenced on Tuesday in the UN’s Headquarters in New York. Brazilian President Michel Temer and American President Donald Trump addressed the...

    KAYAK reveals the next 10 destinations to visit before the masses

    Sept.19,Singapore – Repeatedly travelling to your all-time favorite destinations is like never stepping out of your comfort zone. Instead of fighting your way through the crowds of tourists in the ‘most-instagrammable’ places, how about switching your attention to some less-talked-about destinations before everybody else catches on? KAYAK, the world’s leading travel search engine, has analysed data from millions of searches to gain insights into its users’ interests and where they are heading. With its release of the KAYAK ‘Better-Now-Than-Later’...

    Govt suggested on raising issues of climate change and combatting terrorism in UNGA

    Kathmandu, Sept 15: The government has been suggested a need for raising the issues of climate change impact, combatting terrorism and the least developed and land-locked countries in the 72nd United Nations General Assembly. The National News Agency (RSS) had approached diplomats and foreign affairs experts, seeking their suggestions to the government before its participation in the UN important event. Nepal should raise the agenda of world’s collective efforts to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), of poverty...

    Nepal signs agreement for MCC grant assistance of USD 500 million

    Washington DC, Sept 15: An agreement related to the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) compact programme aimed at Nepal’s economic development and eradication of poverty was signed amidst a function held in Washington DC on Thursday. MCC’s Acting CEO, Jonathan Nash, and Nepal’s Minister for Finance Gyanendra Bahadur Karki signed the agreement. On the occasion, United States Deputy Secretary of State, John J Sullivan, expressed joy that the US government has been able to lend support in upgrading the life...

    Online health service into operation to mountaineers scaling Mt Everest

    Solukhumbu, Sept 14: Good news for mountaineers. They will receive free medical service online while on the way to the top of Mt Everest, something which lacked previously. Any health problems that the mountaineers suffer while climbing the world’s tallest peak (8,848 meters) will be addressed online. With the availability of WiFi along the way from Lukla up to the base camp, Everest Link now has offered a free online service for mountaineers scaling the peak. The service has...

    6,000 public vehicles to be operated on daily basis in Dashain

      Sep 14,KATHMANDU: Around 6,000 public vehicles would provide transport services on a daily basis for the passengers heading towards their destination for the Dashain festival. With huge exodus of people leaving the Valley for Dashain celebrations, more than 6,000 public vehicles have been set to provide smooth transport services to the passengers. However, there was no addition of new buses to serve the passengers this year. According to General Secretary of National Federation of Transport Entrepreneurs Saroj Sitaula,...

    Everest Crown: well sink name with work for air tickets, inbound and outbound tour.

    Sep 13,Kathmandu:Nepal is the country poured with lots of tourism possibilities. Nepal can sell uncountable Himalaya’s glimpse, natural beauty and earn plenty of money. Lots of companies get establish in travel sector organizing national and international flight, travel and treks but only few rooted their name in tourism. Everest crown tours and travel is running since last year with its new vision that add uniqueness. Company CEO Ram Kadel says, “Everest crown started with a motto of donating 40%...

    Global warming poses grave threat to the Himalayas

    Kathmandu, Sept 12: Increasing global warming caused by greenhouse effect and its subsequent impact has posed a grave threat to the Nepal’s mountain ranges, experts say. They stressed the need of taking timely interventions to minimise the impact of climate change on the mountains. They were putting their views at an interaction programme on ‘challenges f mountaineering tourism and environmental impact’ organised today by Management Association of Nepal. Nepal Mountaineering Association former president Ang Chhiring Sherpa revealed the fact...

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