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Heritage Sites in Kathmandu become free wi-fi zones

By Our Reporter The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) turned various heritage sites and public places of Kathmandu, including Hanumandhoka, Durbar Square, Pashupatinath area, Swoyambhunath Stupa, Bauddhanath Stupa, Balajupark and Sankhapark into free-wi-fi zones. These sites were made free wi-fi zones from Sunday. The KMC launched the free wi-fi service as …

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International Women Entrepreneurs Summit-2018 concludes

By Our Reporter A three-day International Women Entrepreneurs Summit-2018 concluded here on Wednesday. Vice President Nanda Bahadur Pun inaugurated the summit organised by the South Asia Women Development Forum (SAWDF) with the theme, “Equality Begins with Economic Empowerment” on Monday. The summit hosted with the aims to promote business opportunities …

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Dharahara to be constructed

Kathmandu, 3 September: Finally, Dharahara, demolished from the devastating earthquake, will be constructed. After cancellation of the bid proposal for eighth times, finally, the Reconstruction Authority has assigned construction company to reconstruct the demolished Dharahara on 2 September. The Authority has rewarded GIETC/Raman JV for the construction. It had submitted …

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Government calls doctors for talk

Kathmandu, 3 September: The government has called medical doctors in agitation for talks. Surendra Kumar Yadav, State Minister for Health has called medical doctors in agitation for talks today. Medical practitioners are in agitation demanding amendment on the Muliki Criminal Code. The Doctors’ Association has stated that it will not …

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CPN standing committee meeting postponed again

Kathmandu, 2 September: The standing committee meeting of the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) called to discuss on party’s organizational structure and evaluation the government’s performance has been postponed again. Ratopati online portal writes, the meeting called for 24 and 25 August were postponed for 4 and 5 September as …

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5000 medical practitioners to submit license to government

Kathmandu, 2 September: Nepal Doctors’ Association is preparing to submit medical license to the government today. The Association is planning to submit medical license to the Medical Council today. The Association has collected above 5 thousand medical license from all over the country. As per the Council record, there are …

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TIA opens after 12 hours

Kathmandu, 2 September: Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) which was remained closed since Saturday night, has been resumed from this morning at around 10 am. The Airport was closed after a Yeti Airlines aircraft skidded off the runway while landing at 8.35  pm Sunday evening. Due to the accident, all domestic …

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4th BIMSTEC Summit concludes

Kathmandu, 31 August: The 4th BIMSTEC Summit has recently been concluded along with Kathmandu Declaration. In today’s session, BIMSTEC chairman KP Sharma Oli handed over chairmanship to the Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena. Xinhua reports: KATHMANDU, Aug. 30: The fourth summit of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical …

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BIMSTEC summit preparations in haste make denizens laugh

By Our Reporter The last hour preparations made by the government to hold the fourth summit of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) in Kathmandu has both pleased and worried the denizens. The roads are being fixed by filling up the potholes and blacktopping …

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Just a little hope!

By Pushpa Raj Pradhan The Chinese side has informed that the Kerung-Rasuwagari-Kathmandu railway line is possible but challengeable. The primary estimated cost of this project is 250 billion rupees. After the detailed project report (DPR) will be completed within two years, the actual cost will be determined. Meanwhile, our so-called …

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