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NIC Asia tree plantation project


NIC ASIA has started planting trees as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) projects, its chairman Jagdish Prasad Agrawal said in the bank’s nineteenth annual general meeting. “The bank has taken up a target of planting more than 7,000 plants this fiscal year as its CSR project,” Agrawal was …

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Mountaineering expo in KTM


Nepal is all set to host Global Adventure and Mountaineering Conference and Expo (GAMCE) 2017 from March 31 to April 2. The event to be held at Hyatt Regency in Kathmandu will bring together mountain sports celebrities, outdoor gear manufacturers, and adventure travel operators, among others. The adventure tourism sector …

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Pashupati Prasad wins the Best Film at the ninth NEFTA Film Awards


At the ninth Nefta Film Awards that took place at Al Nasr Leisureland, in Dubai, UAE, Pashupati Prasad won the Best Film Award, while Ujjwal Ghimire’s, Wada No 6 bagged the Best Director Award. Meanwhile Namrata Shrestha got Best Actor female for her movie Classic and Dayahang Rai’s got Best …

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Danfe ‘Go Local, get local’


Danfe inaugurated its outlet in Jhamsikhel, Lalitpur on Friday. The shop focuses on concept of promoting Nepali made goods for both local and international market with the idea of ‘Go local, get local’. Danfe was initiated in July 2015 with 5 girls now has more than 30 girls.  All the …

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Cheetahs heading towards extinction Bottom of Form


The sleek, speedy cheetah is rapidly heading towards extinction according to a new study into declining numbers. The report estimates that there are just 7,100 of the world’s fastest mammals now left in the wild. Cheetahs are in trouble because they range far beyond protected areas and are coming increasingly …

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Pous a significant month


King Mahendra had introduced partyless Panchayat democracy on 1 Pous 2017 BS (15 December, 1960). After dawn of multiparty democracy on 18 February, 1991, for several years, the country passed through a transitional period. The political parties were unable to perform properly. In result, the then King Mahendra had to …

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Measures needed for a wealthy economy

By Prajwal Shrestha The country’s economy is sick. Foreign trade is the main indicator to know the economic health of a nation. According to reports, in first four month of the current fiscal year, imports have been recorded double than the exports. What measures the government has introduced to curb …

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Dahal, Deuba keen to serve Delhi even at the cost of a bloodbath

By Our Reporter NC supremo Sher Bahadur Deuba and Maoist Center chairman and Prime Minister Pushpakamal Dahal are ready to amend the constitution not to please the Tarai people but to please their Indian bosses. By now, both Dahal and Deuba are also well aware that they are being used …

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Chinese gesture!


By Our Reporter Liu Qibao, politburo member and secretariat of the CPC Central Committee and chief of the CPC Publicity Department, concluded his visit to Nepal. Liu is considered as one among the senior leaders in China, who is known as Propaganda (Communications) Minister of China. During his visit, a …

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