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Hotels & Resorts Top Stories
Nepal’s premier hospitality brand, Dwarika’s Group of Hotels & Resorts that operates Dwarika’s Hotel Kathmandu and Dwarika’s Resort Dhulikhel, has appointed One Rep Global as India Representative, exclusively for sales and marketing outreach. Host to international celebrities, royalty and official dignitaries, both properties are epitome of luxury complemented with Continue Reading
Ministry Top Stories
Union Minister G Kishan Reddy on Tuesday said that the Bharat Gaurav Tourist Train will provide an opportunity to people from all parts of the country to explore the architectural, cultural and historical marvels of the country. He made this remark after Reddy along with Railways Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw flagged off the Bharat Gaurav Tourist […]Continue Reading
Top Stories VISA
Bangladesh State Minister for Planning Dr Shamsul Alam on Sunday called for a visa-free travel facility for students in the BBIN (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal) countries, as the country plans to become illiteracy-free by 2041. “Let us open up the doors of the countries for students,” he said while addressing the valedictory session of […]Continue Reading
Aviation Top Stories
The Nepal Army has “physically located” the crash site of the plane that went missing with 22 on board, including four Indians, on Sunday. The crash site has been located in Sanosware, Thasang-2 in Mustang district, Army Spokesperson Brigadier General Narayan Silwal tweeted today along with the photo of the wreckage with the plane’s tail […]Continue Reading
Outbound Top Stories
A total of 204 climbers from 42 countries, including 15 from India, have acquired the permission to scale Mount Everest this season, Nepal’s Department of Tourism said on Saturday. The Department said that out of the total climbers, who have been given permission, 46 are women and 158 men. “This spring, altogether 204 climbers from […]Continue Reading
Outbound Top Stories
Nepal’s Department of Tourism announced that it has issued the first climbing permit for Mt. Everest for this spring season. A nine-member team comprising US, Australian and Canadian climbers received the permit on Sunday for climbing the 8848.86-metre-high mountain, Xinhua news agency quoted the Department as saying on Monday. April to May is the main […]Continue Reading
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