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TIA Ready to Reopen With Social Distance

TIA Ready to Reopen With Social Distance

TIA Ready to Reopen With Social Distance -Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Corona Virus (COVID 19) directly affected on aviation industry worldwide. The commercial airline companies are facing a huge economic loss due to the closure of flights. These days, airline companies have been lobbying with the government to make an alternative to reopening the aviation industry. The government has been made …

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35-Year Old COVID-19 Patient Dies In Dailekh, Nepal’s Death Toll Hits 7

MoHP Confirms Eighth COVID-19 Death Case

35-Year Old COVID-19 Patient Dies In Dailekh, Nepal’s Death Toll Hits 7 -NEPALAYATIMES 35-Year Old COVID-19 Patient Dies In Dailekh, Nepal’s Death Toll Hits 7 A 35-year old male, who died today in quarantine set up at Dullu Municipality-7 of Dailekh has tested positive for COVID-19. His RT-PCR test was performed at Karnali Academy of Health Sciences, said Dr. Laxmi …

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MoHP Confirms 170 COVID-19 Cases, The Highest Single-Day Spike, National Tally Hits 1,212

MoHP Confirms Eighth COVID-19 Death Case

MoHP Confirms 170 COVID-19 Cases, The Highest Single-Day Spike, National Tally Hits 1,212 -NEPALAYATIMES MoHP Confirms 170 COVID-19 Cases, The Highest Single-Day Spike, National Tally Hits 1,212 The Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) has confirmed 170 new COVID-19 cases today. 170 people from Jhapa, Saptari, Bara, Parsa, Sarlahi, Myagdi, Banke, Kapilvastu, Nawalparasi, Rautahat, Rupandehi, and Dang tested positive for …

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Government Sets the Target of Attracting 2.5 Million Tourists by 2025

Government Sets the Target of Attracting 2.5 Million Tourists by 2025

Government Sets the Target of Attracting 2.5 Million Tourists by 2025 -NEPALAYATIMES Government Sets the Target of Attracting 2.5 Million Tourists by 2025 The government has set a target of attracting more than 2.5 million foreign tourists to Nepal within the next five years. The Economic Survey 2076/77 presented by Finance Minister Yubaraj Khatiwada on Tuesday aims to bring 2.5 …

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Four COVID-19 Patients Discharged From Koshi Hospital After Recovery

MoHP Confirms Eighth COVID-19 Death Case

Four COVID-19 Patients Discharged From Koshi Hospital After Recovery -NEPALAYATIMES Four COVID-19 Patients Discharged From Koshi Hospital After Recovery Four COVID-19 patients of Udayapur who were receiving treatment at Koshi Hospital, Biratnagar, have been discharged after recovering from the virus today. Three women aged 36, 40, and 64 and a 58-year old male of Triyuga-3, Bhulke, were discharged after testing …

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HIMALAYA COUNTRY NEPAL MADE BY THE DEVAS

HIMALAYA COUNTRY NEPAL MADE BY THE DEVAS –NEPALAYATIMES HIMALAYA COUNTRY NEPAL MADE BY THE DEVAS हिमालयं समारभ्य यावत् ईंदु सरोवरम् । तं देवनिर्मितं देशं हिंदुस्थानं प्रचक्षते ॥ Unfortunately, Devils- saitains ruined Nepal but the above verse is written in Himwat Khanda text “Himalayan Samarabhyam Yawat Indusarobaram; Tam Deva Nirmita Desham Hindusthan Prachodayat” means the pious land built by Devas and …

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7 Countries Reopening Their Borders to International Visitors

7 Countries Reopening Their Borders to International Visitors

7 Countries Reopening Their Borders to International Visitors -NEPALAYATIMES Something to look forward to once the travel restrictions are lifted For many of us, the idea of a holiday has never been more appealing. After months of lockdown and the inevitable cancellations of trips abroad, some countries are beginning to welcome international visitors back to their shores. Overseas travel is …

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Hotels Operating in Pokhara to Remain Closed till September

Hotels Operating in Pokhara to Remain Closed till September

Hotels Operating in Pokhara to Remain Closed till September -NEPALAYATIMES Hotels Operating in Pokhara to Remain Closed till September Hotels operating in Pokhara, a major tourist destination of Nepal, will be closed till next September. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it will be difficult to maintain the standards in the current situation as the hotels in Pokhara will …

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