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Indo-Nepal Fuel Pipeline project to complete soon

The first trans-national fuel pipeline in between Nepal and India is near completion with only 12.2 kilometers remaining to be laid down. About 65 per cent of the Motihari-Amlekhganj Pipeline project that covers the length of 36.2 kilometers has been completed, informed the pipeline project office in Simara in Nepal. The trans-border…
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One million Tourists arrive in 2018 via Air

The inflow of foreign tourists (by air) has crossed the much awaited mark of one million annual arrivals within the first 11 months of 2018, as per the statistics unveiled by Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) today. According to NTB, a total of 1,001,930 foreign tourists have visited Nepal via air till the end of November. This inflow of foreign…
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Taxi Drivers flouting rules to face six month suspension

Taxi drivers in Kathmandu valley who bargain with passengers on fare, do not drive to destinations demanded by them and tamper with meters will be barred from driving for a period of six months from now onwards. The rule aimed at curbing anomalies in cab service in Kathmandu valley was enforced today. Traffic police introduced the rule based…
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NEA reiterates : Era of Energy Crisis is Over

The country’s sole electricity distributor, Nepal Electricity Authority, has called members of the public to illuminate their places as much as they wish on the occasion of Tihar, also called the festival of lights. Also read : Hankook Tires from Korea now available in Nepal In the previous years, the Authority would call them to be…
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Remittance inflow increases to Rs.154 billion

Owing to rise in the value of the US dollar, inflow of workers’ remittance in the first two months of the ongoing fiscal year has increased by 33.4 per cent to Rs 154.2 billion, as per Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) despite a significant fall in number of outbound Nepali workers. Also read - Foreign tourist arrivals to Nepal surged18.8 percent in…
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Rara Lake gets influx of domestic tourists

With the end of the monsoon, tourist arrivals at Rara Lake in Mugu district has increased. Visitors are flocking to the popular tourist destination in Far Western Nepal due to favourable climatic conditions. The three months starting from mid-September is considered the most suitable timeframe to visit the lake. Also read — Tourist arrivals…
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Sajha Yatayat to expand its fleet with 20 more buses

The Sajha Yatayat is adding 20 more buses to its fleet in the Kathmandu Valley. According to Sajha's manager Mahendra Raj Pandey, the decision to increase the number of buses for the Valley service followed the demand by the public for so. Also Read — Electric buses rolls out in Kathmandu The Kathmandu Metropolis is investing Rs 50…
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