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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Sunrise Bank to distribute bonus share


By Our Reporter The recent board meeting of the Bank has recommended to distribute 15 percent bonus share to its share shareholders. The meeting also recommended to dispose remaining 710743 right shares through a bidding. After distribution of the bonus shares and right shares, the paid-up capital of the Bank …

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Yeti Air introduces ATR 72-500 aircraft

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By Our Reporter Yeti Airlines has introduced an ATR 72-500 aircraft with MSN 876 to its fleet to operate it to Biratnagar and Nepalgunj. The aircraft, having capacity of carrying maximum 78 passengers, will be the youngest FAA/EASA approved pressurised aircraft in operation in the Nepali domestic sector. The ATR …

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Japan appreciates peaceful local elections in Nepal

By Our Reporter Japan has appreciated and extended sincere respects to the people of Nepal who contributed to the successful holding of local elections after a break of 20 years. This election on 18 September followed the first and second phases of local elections which were held in May and …

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Katha Nalapaniko screened in  Australia

Nalapani memorial erected by the British

By Our Reporter Katha Nalapaniko, a documentary produced by Nepal Foundation for Advanced Studies, was  recently screened in Sydney, Australia. This first audiovisual presentation by NEFAS that  dwells on the battle of Nalapani that took place between Nepal and British India 200 years was screened  by medical professionals of Nepali …

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Himalayan Bank funds Rs 500 thousand for award

By Our Reporter Himalayan Bank Limited has awarded this year’s HBL-Daayitwa Fellowship Award-2017 to Nepalese Public Service fellows.  The Bank has been sponsoring six Nepalese fellows since 2016. The fellows promote economic prosperity of the country working with various government agencies and policy makers to collaborate and innovate in the …

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“Don’t doubt on Budhigandaki project”

By Pushpa Raj Pradhan lately in Beijing Ma Xingying, executive vice president, China Gezhouba Group Corporation (CGGC), said that Nepal should not doubt on timely completion of the Budhigandaki Hydropower Project. She explained that CGGC, established in 1970, holds the pride of construction of the Three Gorges Hydropower Project producing …

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Uncertainty mars Gorkhaland movement

By Our Reporter It has already been three months since the new round of Gorkhaland surfaced following a dispute over language; it has been still uncertain how the movement will come to an end. In three months, 11 demonstrators were killed in police firing and the people of Darjeeling underwent …

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Mahara fails to make the Chinese leaders happy

Nepal Premier's special envoy Krishna Bahadur Mahara (L) delivers documents to Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during their meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing, China, 16 August 2016.  REUTERS/Wu Hong/Pool

By Our Reporter The Chinese leaders who have shown their readiness to invest in Nepal through One Road One Belt initiatives look suspicious about the leaders of the ruling parties in Nepal. When the government led by Sher Bahadur Deuba has been reluctant in forwarding documents required to implement the …

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China strives for making relations deeper and wider

Sarachchandra Bhandary

By Sharachchanddra Bhandary In recent years, China has been amicably pursuing the policy of public diplomacy. It is intensively focused on promoting people-to-people contacts. The Central and Provincial Governments of China have effectively applied the public diplomacy tool in garnering support as well. In the last week of August, more …

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