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Nepal, China to boost bilateral cooperation
Nepal’s Foreign Secretary met China’s Foreign Minister here on Thursday to boost bilateral cooperation and discuss issues of mutual interest, officials said. Shanker Das Bairagi met Wang Yi at the Diaoyutai Guest House in Beijing ahead of the 12th meeting of Nepal-China Bilateral Consultation Mechan
Nepal, China agree to expedite past deals
KATHMANDU, Dec. 14 -- Nepal and China have agreed to expedite the implementation of past agreements and understandings and prioritize projects under bilateral co-operation. The two countries reached an agreement to this effect during the 12th Nepal-China Bilateral Consultative Mechanism meeting held
Nepal to face Bhutan in Women’s SAFF championship opener
The schedule for the fifth edition of the Women’s SAFF Championship taking place in Nepal from March 12 to 22 has been unveiled. Nepal will compete with the likes of Bhutan, Pakistan and Bangladesh in Group A while India, Maldives and Sri Lanka have been drawn in Group B.
Report on Nepal Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market Status, Market Size by Players, Regions, Type, Application and Forecast to 2023
WiseGuyReports.com “Nepal – Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband – Statistics and Analyses” report has been added to its Research Database. The fixed broadband market finally gains momentum in Nepal. Over the years, efforts to expand the telecom sector in Nepal have met with many challenges. The fixed lin
Himalayan nation Nepal gets first modern train tracks
JANAKPUR, Nepal — The competition between two Asian giants, India and China, for influence over tiny Nepal is yielding a bonanza in the form of the Himalayan mountain nation’s first modern railway — and possibly more to come.
IMF revises up Nepal’s growth forecast to 6.5pc
Owing to greater political stability and reliable supply of electricity in recent months, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revised up Nepal’s economic growth to 6.5 per cent for the ongoing fiscal year.
How Internet Service Providers deceive customers in Nepal
There are so many Internet service providers (ISPs) in Nepal, only a few of them gives very reliable services. Most ISPs deceive their customers and apply various rules to get financial benefits.
Nepal Contemporary Art to Spell-Bind International Art Lovers
Nepal, the nation of art and culture, will now showcase its skill and talent at the international front!. In a first of its kind initiative, 37 contemporary Nepali artists are preparing to present more than 90 artworks in 2019 at the Weltmuseum, Vienna.
Stage set for Voice of Nepal
TALENT HUNT: “The intention of this franchise show is only to hunt down the hidden talent,” says Prabin. Green Grass Trading and Contracting Company and Yak and Yeti are all set to organise the grand finale of Voice of Nepal, Nepali edition of international singing reality show, The Voice, at Asian
Nepal Tourism achieves new milestone: More than a million visitor arrivals
The month of November 2018 witnessed a historic moment with a phenomenal growth trend in international tourist arrivals to Nepal. The consistent and upward momentum continues through the peak tourist season i.e. October and November 2018 and the arrival figures in January–November period has crossed
Nepal Telecom Still Has no Plans to Expand its 4G Service
WTF? Next year, phones like Samsung Galaxy S10 will arrive with 5G support built into them. But, here in Nepal, 4G still hasn’t been as widely adopted as it should have been. Why? Does no one in NTC live in parts where 4G is not available?
India refuses to repatriate flood-displaced three rhinos to Nepal
Indian authority has refused to repatriate three one-horned rhinos that were swept across the border from Nepal’s Chitwan National Park (CNP) during the flooding six months ago.
Nepal Communist Party’s Standing Committee meeting on Saturday
The third Standing Committee meeting of the Nepal Communist Party is taking place at their central office in Dhumbarahi tomorrow. According central member Krishna Gopal Shrestha, the endorsement of decisions made by the secretariat meeting and discussions about government activities, unification iss
Nepal Eyes Regulatory for eCommerce Sector
In a move curbing fraudulent activity surrounding online transactions, the Government of Nepal is preparing new guidelines that regulate online shopping platforms. Joint Secretary at the Consumer Affairs Ministry Nawaraj Dhakal informed this in a statement, where he said they were holding discussion
Math Class Creates Model for Food Packing Plant in Nepal
Math and computer science students worked with Feed My Starving Children and Venture to digitally model a food packing plant in Nepal. From the outside looking in, a fall semester Operations Research class looked just like any other—math and science students gazing intently into the faces of their c
Nepal Electricity Authority agrees to take-or-pay modality
Kathmandu, Dec. 12 -- A longstanding dispute between the Energy Ministry and the Nepal Electricity Authority has been resolved with the power utility agreeing to sign power purchase agreements (PPAs) with run-of-the-river hydropower projects under the take-or-pay modality until their combined instal
Jhapa: Nepal police rescue Indian child from abductors’ clutches
Police in Jhapa district of eastern Nepal say they have rescued a seven-year-old Indian child from the clutches of abductors recently. Mahaphuj Alam from Kishorpur, Supaul of India, was missing since Thursday last week. After learning that he had been taken to Nepal, police on Tuesday rescued him.
AHRC paints bleak picture of human rights situation in Nepal
Nepal saw a year of poor human rights protection in 2018 and the government was instead seen to further restrict people’s rights by introducing harsh laws to control the functioning of human rights NGOs and INGOs with its National Integrity Policy, the Asian Human Rights Commission said.
Tourist arrivals cross 1 mil mark in 2018
KATHMANDU: The Nepal Tourism Board reports that tourist arrivals in 10 months from January to November in 2018 has crossed one million with 1,001,930 arrivals, an cumulative increase of 17 per cent over the same period in 2017.
In Nepal, Gyangfedi struggles with an unwanted identity
Until a few years ago, anyone visiting the local markets of Samundratar, Ramati and Mishra Bhanjyang from Gyangfedi used to have Indian currency in their pockets. The locals often suspected that the Indian currency used by the visitors to buy groceries was earned by supplying girls to the brothels i