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IME marks 16thanniversary of Worldwide Network


IME Ltd.,Nepal’s No.1 Remittance Company has marked its 16thanniversary by organizing blood donation program at its own Head Office premises. Each year IME has been celebrating its anniversary by contributing towards the society through various forms of CSR activities. As part of IME’s four-pillar CSR philosophy covering Health & Safety, …

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Pokhara’the cheapest tourist destination


The world famous Forbes Magazine has published list of 20 best value cities for budget travellers that cost less than $30 per day, where Pokhara has topped list with a daily total of only $15.84. It was followed by Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) in Vietnam with daily …

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Gorkha Brewery launching Somersby Apple Cider in Pokhara


Gorkha Brewery introduced the Somersby Apple Cider at an event in Pokhara, after its successful launch in Kathmandu. The event was attended by over 400 people including key stakeholders from media fraternity, customers and renowned celebrities. Somersby Apple Cider is a refreshing carbonated alcoholic drink made from fermented apple juice. …

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20th Nepal Int’l Book Fair


The 20th Nepal Int’l Book Fair is an event that occurs only once in 20 years. The book fair came alive this year on May 27 – June 4 atBhrikutiMandap Exhibition Hall where it attracted children, adults and book lovers of all sorts. This fair was organised by Global Exposition …

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Novoair soon to operate Dhaka-Kathmandu flights


The government has granted operation authorization to Dhaka-based Novoair to operate flights between the Bangladeshi capital and Kathmandu, less than a month after another Bangladeshi carrier US-Bangla Airlines received s similar permit. Novoair, which plans to start services in June, has been allocated 850 seats per week on the Kathmandu-Dhaka …

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NT launching 4G next year


Nepal Telecom (NT) plans to launch the fourth generation (4G) mobile telecommunications technology from the next fiscal year. The state-run telecom company has already sought approval from the Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA) to start the 4G service. Introduction of the 4G service is part of NT’s new roadmap, which aims …

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