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Nepal Airlines Conducting 4 Additional Flights From Riyadh

Nepal Airlines Conducting 4 Additional Flights From Riyadh

Nepal Airlines Conducting 4 Additional Flights From Riyadh -NEPALAYATIMES Nepal Airlines is conducting four additional flights to rescue Nepali people stranded in Saudi Arabia. According to a press note issued by Nepali Embassy in Riyadh, Nepal Airlines will conduct flights on September 17, 19, 23, and 27 from Capital City Riyadh. The Embassy has said that the Nepalis willing to …

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Govt Decides to Resume Domestic Flights, Long-Haul Public Transport from Sept 21

Govt Decides to Resume Domestic Flights, Long-Haul Public Transport from Sept 21

Govt Decides to Resume Domestic Flights, Long-Haul Public Transport from Sept 21 -NEPALAYATIMES Kathmandu- The government has decided to resume domestic flights and long-haul public transport from September 21. A meeting of the Council of Ministers held on Monday evening decided to allow the operation of domestic flights and public transport (long-haul, medium, and short distances), according to a Cabinet …

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DoI Resumes Passport Related Services After One Month

DoI Resumes Passport Related Services After One Month

DoI Resumes Passport Related Services After One Month -NEPALAYATIMES Kathmandu – Service related to the passport being provided by the Department of Immigration to the foreign nationals has been resumed after one month. The service closed from August 10 after employees working at the Department tested positive for coronavirus resumed today. The Department has stated that the foreigners would be …

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Safe Resume of Tourism is Possible: UNWTO

Safe Resume of Tourism is Possible: UNWTO

Safe Resume of Tourism is Possible: UNWTO Agency/Nepalayatimes Italy – UNWTO is urging governments around the world to get the tourism sector back on track, with stringent health and safety protocols in place, stressing that this is “no time for timid leadership”. According to UNWTO, Covid-19 travel restrictions have cost the tourism industry dearly. Between January and May, the sudden …

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Teej A Great Festival of Hindu Women

Teej A Great Festival of Hindu Women

Teej A Great Festival of Hindu Women – Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Teej is the Nepalese famous fasting festival of Hindu women in Nepal. This festival falls in the month of August or early September. Married women celebrate this festival for the well-being of spouse and children and purification of one’s body and soul. Dedicated to the goddess Parvati, commemorating her …

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President Air Rescue Programme Becoming Effective in Dolpa

President Air Rescue Programme Becoming Effective in Dolpa

President Air Rescue Programme Becoming Effective in Dolpa – Nepalayatimes Dolpa – The President Air Rescue Programme, launched targeting pregnant and post-partum mothers, is turning to be effective in mountains district Dolpa. The programme aims to prevent such women from facing untimely death in lack of safe motherhood services and the rescue is free of cost.   Dolpa, the part …

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Repatriating Nepalis From Abroad Postponed For Indefinite Period

Repatriating Nepalis From Abroad Postponed For Indefinite Period

Repatriating Nepalis From Abroad Postponed For Indefinite Period – Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – The flights scheduled to rescue the Nepalis stranded abroad due to the coronavirus pandemic crisis have been postponed for an indefinite period. The COVID Crisis Management Centre has sent a circular to the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation to postpone the flights, citing no arrangement of …

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Nine important facts about Koshi Barrage of Nepal – FEATURE NEWS

Nine important facts about Koshi Barrage of Nepal - FEATURE NEWS

Nine important facts about Koshi Barrage of Nepal – FEATURE NEWS – NEPALAYATIMES Kathmandu – Birat Anupam In every monsoon, the Koshi Barrage comes into the national limelight for the rising water level and possible alertness and danger associated with it. With 56 sluice gates to regulate water, the 1150-meter-long and 10-meter-wide Barrage connecting Sunsari of State-1 and Saptari of …

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Chinese Buddhists are Eager to Visit Lumbini but Lack of Infrastructure Comes on the Way – Feature News

Chinese Buddhists are Eager to Visit Lumbini but Lack of Infrastructure Comes on the Way - Feature News

Chinese Buddhists are Eager to Visit Lumbini but Lack of Infrastructure Comes on the Way – Feature News -NEPALAYATIMES Kathmandu – Yek Raj Pathak “A visit of one or two days or even a week is not enough in Lumbini. I am surprised when foreign visitors in Lumbini tell me that they stayed in Lumbini only for three or four …

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