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Vehicles at Rs 12999 installment

By Our Reporter Mega Bank Ltd and Pioneer Motocorp Pvt Ltd have announced a w scheme of providing auto loan at 12999 rupees installment per month. Such auto loan will be given while purchasing Nisan and Datsun vehicles. Deputy chief executive officer of the Bank Rabina Deshraj Shrestha and deputy …

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Mega Bank, Citizen Life Insurance ink agreement

By Our Reporter Mega Bank Nepal Ltd and Citizen Life Insurance Ltd have inked an agreement under which the Mega Bank clients can receive life insurance, claim for payment and other services. The agreement was signed by Bank’s deputy chief executive officer Rabina Deshraj Shrestha and chief executive officer of …

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Prakash A Raj’s recollection series

By Our Reporter Noted writer Prakash A Raj has once again appeared with his new gift “Smaran Mala (part-1) in the Nepali literary market. “Smaran Mala” is a compilation of his recollection on different 30 reputed literates and dignitaries, those who were born in between 1940 to 2004 BS. They …

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China takes the high ground in Nepal

By Bertil Lintner While a joint China-Nepal military exercise scheduled for September 15 will only involve a platoon of soldiers from each side, the maneuvers will be warily watched in neighboring India as yet another sign of Beijing’s march to break its long-time strategic hold on the country. China and …

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BIMSTEC Ministerial level meeting kicks off

Kathmandu, 29 August: BIMSTEC foreign minister level meeting started this morning at the Hotel Soaltee, BIMSTEC summit venue. Foreign ministers from all the member countries have arrived Kathmandu for the meeting. Myanmar’s president Win Myint arrived Kathmandu on 28 August to attend the BMSTEC summit taking place on 30 and …

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No entrance to visitors at TIA

Kathmandu, 28 August: Since VIPs and VVIPs have started to arrive to attend the BIMSTEC Summit, security has been made tight at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). From today, the security has not allowed to enter the TIA premises to the visitors. Only the passengers can enter there. Accordingly, all …

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Curfew lifted in Kanchanpur

Kathmandu, 28 August: Since situation becomes normal in Kanchanpur, the local administration has lifted curfew from 5 am today. The local authority had imposed curfew after locals were agitated when the Police presented a mentally disabled person on the suspect of Nirmala Pant’s murder one month ago. After lifting of …

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Court orders to present Bishwakarma within 24 hours

Kathmandu, 27 August: The Supreme Court on Sunday ordered to present Khadga Bahadur Bishwakarma at the Supreme Court within 24 hours. Bishwakarma’s brother Birendra Bishwakarma had filed a writ petition claiming Bishwakarma’s arrest was illegal. Responding Birendra’s petition, the Court has asked to present Bishwakarma at the court within 24 …

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Kerung-Kathmandu railway possible

Kathmandu, 26 August: Recently conducted feasibility study has confirmed that the Rasuwagari-Kathmandu railway line is technically possible. According to Madhusudan Adhikari, secretary at the Transportation and Physical Infrastructure Ministry, who has just returned after attending the bilateral meeting held in China on construction of the railway line, the Chinese side …

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NAC to face “iron gate” before flying to South Korea

Kathmandu, 25 August: Nepal Airlines Corporation has to clear air safety provisions (safety audit) to acquire permission to start air service to South Korea. EU has blacklisted Nepali airlines, therefore, South Korea has wanted to conduct safety audit, reports Onlinekhabar news portal. Nepali civil aviation officials have taken it as …

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