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  • Qatar Airways and Rolls- Royce jointly conducted unique program

    Kathmandu, Nov 07: Qatar Airways and Rolls- Royce have jointly conducted unique specialized training program for the airline’s National engineers, as a part of its Al Darb Qatarisation program- an initiative that aims to support Nationals to become passionate global citizens and leaders in the aviation industry. The Senior Vice President Human Resources of Qatar Airways, Nabeela Fakhri, stated that Qatar Airways is proud to be collaborating with Rolls-Royce on this specialized Innovation Program to provide our Nationals with...

    Crashed Jet’s Elusive Audio May Hold Key to Indonesian Tragedy

    carrying 189 people on board, including members from the nation’s finance ministry and trainee flight attendants.Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo (C) delivers a statement on the search and rescue efforts, on Nov. 2, accompanied by Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi (3rd R), head of search and rescue board Muhammad Syaugi (2nd R) and military chief Marshall Hadi Tjahjanto (R).  Kathmandu,Nov 6:Search crews hunting for the remains of Lion Air Flight JT610 have found the data recorder, engines and body parts...

    18 new tourism destinations in Gandaki

    Damauli, Nov 06: The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has chosen different 18 places of Gandaki Province as new tourism destinations for tourism development. The Ministry has selected the areas based on recommendations of Nepal Tourism Board, local and provincial governments and stakeholders as well as the applications submitted for the same. Among the areas identified for tourism destinations are Chumbhyali of Chumnurbi rural municipality, Gorkha, Kaulepani of Lamjung, Kalika Shahid, Shanti Park and Siddagufa Bhimad of...

    Free visa free ticket scheme largely ineffective

    Kathmandu,Nov 06:It has been more than three years since the government introduced free visa and free ticket scheme in foreign employment in a bid to give an end to rampant cheating of migrant workers by recruitment agencies. However, the scheme has turned ineffective due to administrative hassles and the government’s failure to take destination countries into confidence, Republica reports in a three column story.

    Ethiopia’s former PM Tamrat Layne in Pokhara

    Former Prime Minister of Ethiopia Tamrat Layne (2nd from right) in Pokhara, in November 2018. Pokhara, November 5 Former Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Tamrat Layne, visited Rupakot and Begnas Lake in panoramic Pokhara City. Layne has come Nepal leading a 12-member delegation including former executive officer of American Express, a popular commercial organisation. His delegation had visited prime tourism hubs of Lekhanath on Sunday. In course of his three- ay visit, the ex-PM’s delegation also made a feasibility study...

    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.

    Salahesh listed among 100 new tourist destinations

    Lahan, Nov 05: The Salahesh Fulbari (garden) in Siraha has been identified as a new tourist destination. The decision of the government to include the site where unique flower called Salahesh blooms once a year –1st Baisakh or the Nepali New Year–has brought happiness among the people of Siraha. The garden, which lies in Padariya of Lahan municipality in Siraha, five kilometers west to the district major trade center Lahan, is now on the list of 100 new tourist...

    Suraj Vaidhya appointed as coordinator of Tourism Year 2020

    Kathmandu, Nov 04:Buissnessman Suraj Vaidhya is appointed as the coordinator of Tourism year 2020 after six month of declaration of the program Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA) on Friday appointed entrepreneur Suraj Vaidhya as the national program coordinator to observe the Visit Nepal Year 2020. In a press statement, the ministry stated that Vaidhya was appointed through the minister-level decision to coordinate and launch various programs and campaigns in order to bring 2 million foreign tourists to the...

    Parliamentary committee visiting Nijgadh airport site to assess deforestation need

    Kathmandu, November 4 A subcommittee of the International Relations Committee in the House of Representative is travelling to Nijgadh of Bara district, where the government has proposed constructing an international airport for regional flights. The team led by former prime minister Madhav Kumar Nepal will assess how many trees of the local forest area should be chopped down for the project. The evaluation will follow concerns raised by environmentalists and stakeholders who claimed the project’s environmental costs are too...

    Kathmandu traffic management becoming more challenging everyday

    Vehicles are seen stuck in a traffic jam at Ratnapark, Kathmandu, on Friday, August 12, 2016. Photo: BalKrishna Thapa Chhetri The traffic management in Kathmandu Valley is becoming more challenging everyday as the number of vehicles continues to grow up, Gorkhapatra reports in a three column story. Higher police officials have cited insufficient police personnel and lack of traffic lights at major junctions intensified the problem. Around 40 per cent of the country’s total vehicles play roads of Bagmati zone, which...

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