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Major Business Investment Opportunities & Ideas in Nepal
1) Energy- Hydropower, Green Energy and More!Nepal is rich in natural resources that make the country viable for potential investment opportunities. Its perennial water bodies such as lakes and rivers flowing round the year and wide forest cover offering favorable climate speak the country’s energy
World Food Day 2018 - Nepal Scenario - NepaliSansar
Nepal’s Food ProblemWith Nepal being the most hit in terms of natural disasters, issues like disease, poverty and food scarcity are rampant. Following are the regions affected by natural disasters and the resultant food deficit:
Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband: Technologies, Applications, and Nepal Industry 2022 Key Players – Nepal Telecom; NDCL; United Telecom Ltd (UTL) - Trade Market Research
Nepal’s mobile marketsees extraordinary growth over five years over the years, efforts to expand the telecom sector in Nepal have met with many challenges. Nepal’s mountainous topography has made it extremely difficult to develop its telecommunications infrastructure. Furthermore, Nepal had been str
Gebr. Pfeiffer supplies largest mill in Nepal
Headquartered in Kathmandu and operating a cement plant in Ghorahi, Ghorahi Cement Industry Pvt Ltd will build a new kiln line as part of a cement plant expansion. Both coal, which will be used as fuel in the new kiln, and cement raw material will be ground in Pfeiffer vertical mills.
Nokia 2.1 aka Nokia 2 2018 Launched in Nepal
Nokia is riding its wave of comeback pretty strongly. We saw it launch handsets like theNokia 6,Nokia 5, andNokia 3in 2017. They solidified Nokia’s place once again as a serious phone-maker of the smartphone world. Now, Nokia is polishing their formula of success for 2018 by releasing updates to the
Nepal Government’s New Tourism Restriction Receives Opposition
In a recent announcement made by Nepal Federal Government on October 15, 2018, it is now mandatory even for Nepalis to pay entry fees to visit ‘conservation areas’ in the Himalayas.
Nepal Herbal Products Market Still Needs to Meet Full Potential
Bhandari, a Professor at the Justus Liebig University said Nepal has immense export potential. However, these products suffer due to lack of research, absence of proper processing and failure at listing related specifications.
Nepal PM to invite Modi to attend Bibaha Panchami event, inaugurate railway track: Report
Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli will invite Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to attend the wedding procession (baraat) event from Ayodhya to Janakpur during the Bibaha Panchami, his chief advisor said, as per a report byThe Kathmandu Post.
Paragliding World Cup to be held in November in Nepal
File Photo – A tourist enjoying paragliding in Pokhara, on Thursday, March 24, 2016. Photo: RSS
Nepal Eyes ‘Developed Country’ Status by 2043 - NepaliSansar
While Nepal’s per capital income stands at USD 1,012 currently, the vision aims to double it in the next five years.
India Turns Down Nepal Air Space Proposal - NepaliSansar
After a dismaying round of talks at New Delhi on October 11, 2018, the Civil Aviation Association of Nepal (CAAN) officials were forced to return home without any breakthrough, remarkedCAANauthorities.
Storm Kills 9 Climbers in Nepal Including Korea's Top Alpinist •
This weekend, nine climbers were killed when a storm ripped through their camp at Mt. Gurja, a 24,000-foot peak in the Himalayas. Among the dead were four Nepali guides and a team of five South Korean climbers, including world record-holding mountaineer and the trip’s leader, Kim Chang-ho.It’s a bit
Korean World Record Holder Among 9 Killed in Nepal Mountains During Snowstorm
A snowstorm plowed through a hiker’s camp on Mount Gurja in Nepal, killing five South Korean climbers along with their four Nepali guides late last week.The group, which included a South Korean world record holder, was trekking the 23,590-foot (7,193 meter) mountain when they came across the powerfu
5 International cricket records of Nepal you don't know
From the maiden appearance of a national team in ACC Trophy in Kuala Lumpur in 1996 to the T20 World Cup 2014 in Bangladesh, the country has seen it all. From being called a Darkhorse in junior level to showing a good performance in the ICC World Cup, encapsulates the cricketing passion of the count
Trekking in Nepal: A Guide to Your Annapurna Adventure
Elizabeth DiCesareElizabeth is the Digital Content Manager for Travel-Wise. When she isn’t in the office, she’s either buried in a book, or planning her next trip. From beach vacations to hiking in the mountains, she’s ready to do it all. Elizabeth believes in fully experiencing local culture while
In Nepal, Protection of Tigers Increases, but New Threats Arise
On Sept. 23, the day Nepal observed National Conservation Day, wildlife officials in the capital city of Kathmandu announced that its protected areas are now home to 235 endangered Royal Bengal tigers, nearly doubling the population after a decade.
Nepal Government Welcomes NRNA Think-Tank NPI
Commending Nepali diaspora’s research efforts, Gyawali urged NPI to help the government leverage their strengths towards achieving the aim of ‘prosperous Nepal, happy Nepalis’.
Festival Season Sheds Light on Malpractices in Nepal Market
Nepal Shopping & Food Outlets SealedEarlier on October 12, 2018, the Department of Supply Management Protection of Consumers Interest (DoSMPCI) closed business of ‘The Korean Shop’ at Jamal after finding out that apparel was being sold at five times the original price (500 percent profit margin). Ac
Nepal Civil Service Applicants from Marginalized Groups on Rise
According to Nepal Public Service Commission (PSC), a total of 24,129 joined thecivil serviceunder the open category and nearly 16, 939 under the reservation quota in the last eight years.
Weeping relatives receive bodies of South Korean climbers
Friends are relatives carry coffins containing bodies of South Korean climbers killed over the weekend in a fierce storm on Nepal’s Gurja Himal mountain after theywere brought to the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital in Kathmandu, Nepal, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018. The bodies were driven to the air