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No Gathering During Gaura, Teej Celebrations In Baitadi

No Gathering During Gaura, Teej Celebrations In Baitadi

No Gathering During Gaura, Teej Celebrations In Baitadi -NEPALAYATIMES   The COVID-19 crisis management center in Baitadi has prohibited the public celebration of the major festivals of Sudur Paschim folks- Gaura, and Teej, the festival mainly celebrated by the Hindu women, in a bid to minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission in the community level. Chief District Officer of Baitadi …

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Hotels, Homestays In Chitlang Not To Open From August 17

Hotels, Homestays In Chitlang Not To Open From August 17

Hotels, Homestays In Chitlang Not To Open From August 17 -NEPALAYATIMES Operators of hotels and homestays in Chitlang, the northern part of Makawanpur district, have decided not to open their businesses owing to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in the country. Earlier, Chitlang Tourism Entrepreneurs’ Association had decided to open hotels and homestays from August 17 expecting the situation …

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Rescue Flights of The Fifth Phase Begin From Today

Rescue Flights of The Fifth Phase Begin From Today

Rescue Flights of The Fifth Phase Begin From Today -NEPALAYATIMES KATHMANDU- The rescue flights of the fifth phase are scheduled to take place from today to repatriate the Nepali citizens stranded in foreign countries due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In doing so, national flag carriers, Nepal Airlines Corporation, and Himalaya Airlines along with other foreign airlines are conducting chartered flight …

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Nepal’s Mountaineering Tourism Faces The Loss of 10 Billion Rupees

Nepal's Mountaineering Tourism Faces The Loss of 10 Billion Rupees

Nepal’s Mountaineering Tourism Faces The Loss of 10 Billion Rupees -NEPALAYATIMES Nepal’s mountain tourism (Trekking and mountaineering) sector has faced a loss of around 10 billion rupees due to COVID-19. According to the business associations, Nepal’s mountain tourism was affected before the lockdown, and after the lockdown, the situation has become even worse. The Corona pandemic has affected businesses in …

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Nijgadh Airport: Aviation Ministry Knock PM to Facilitating

Nijgadh Airport: Aviation Ministry Knock PM to Facilitating

Nijgadh Airport: Aviation Ministry Knock PM to Facilitating – Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – After failing to get an approval from the Ministry of Forests and Environment to clear a forest area for the construction of an ambitious international airport in Nijgadh of Bara in southern Nepal, the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has decided to seek help from Prime …

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Govt Bans All flights Service Until Sept 16

Rescue Flights of The Fifth Phase Begin From Today

Govt Bans All flights Service Until Sept 16– Nepalayatimes Govt Bans All flights Service Until Sept 16 Kathmandu – Nepal Government has decided to extend the ongoing suspension on domestic as well as international flights until September 16. Government Spokesperson Dr. Yubaraj Khatiwada said that the government has also extended the suspension on inter-district transportation until September 1. Likewise, the …

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Nepal’s Target 206,000 Foreign Tourists Arrival in this F/Y

Trade Unions in Tourism Sectors Urge to Make Corona Vaccine Available on a Priority Basis

Nepal’s Target 206,000 Foreign Tourists Arrival in this F/Y– Nepalayatimes Nepal’s Target 206,000 Foreign Tourists Arrival in this F/Y Kathmandu – Nepal Tourism Board says it has set a target of welcoming 206,000 foreign tourists to Nepal in the ongoing fiscal year 2020/21 that ends at mid-July 2021. However, the country is unlikely to record any tourist arrival in the …

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Plan International Vacancy Announcement

Plan International Vacancy Announcement

Plan International Vacancy Announcement – Nepalaya Jobs PLAN INTERNATIONAL Kathmandu – Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that strives for just a world that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We have been working in Nepal since 1978 to help marginalised girls and boys, their families, and communities for accessing their rights to survival, development, protection, …

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