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World Rhino Day: Conservation of One-horned Rhino Becoming Challenging

World Rhino Day: Conservation of One-horned Rhino Becoming Challenging

World Rhino Day: Conservation of One-horned Rhino Becoming Challenging – RSS/Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Conservation of the rare one-horned rhino is becoming challenging. It is so due to human encroachment and lack of interest in its conservation. Chief Conservation Officer of Chitwan National Park (CNP), Ananth Baral, accepted that it has become more challenging in the conservation of one-horned rhino in …

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Ang Rita Sherpa of ‘Snow Leopard’ Fame No More

Ang Rita Sherpa of 'Snow Leopard' Fame No More

Ang Rita Sherpa of ‘Snow Leopard’ Fame No More -NEPALAYATIMES Kathmandu – Record holder mountaineer knew as the ‘Snow leopard’ for climbing the world’s highest peak, Sagarmatha (Mt Everest), 10 times without using supplemental oxygen, Ang Rita Sherpa, has passed away today morning at his daughter’s residence at Jorpati, Kathmandu. According to his relative, Nurtshepal Sherpa, the legendary mountaineer breathed …

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Conservation of Shaligram Started in Devghatdham

Conservation of Shaligram Started in Devghatdham

Conservation of Shaligram Started in Devghatdham – Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Collection, and conservation of the shaligram (ammonite stone) has been started for keeping this valued fossilized stone at the Shaligram Museum at Devghatdham. Devghat is a famous pilgrimage site at the trijunction of Tanahun, Palpa, and Chitwan districts at the confluence of the Kaligandaki and Trishuli rivers in the central …

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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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Machhenarayan Fair Put Off This Year Due To COVID-19

Machhenarayan Fair Put Off This Year Due To COVID-19

Machhenarayan Fair Put Off This Year Due To COVID-19 – RSS/Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – The COVID-19 has taken its heavy toll on religious and cultural practices of Kathmandu valley – a peculiar place for celebrating remarkable indigenous fairs and festivals evolved during the reign of the Malla Kings. Among others, the popular Machhenarayan fair which annually takes place at Chandragiri municipality-9 …

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63% Working Progress in Pokhara Regional International Airport

63% Working Progress in Pokhara Regional International Airport

63% Working Progress in Pokhara Regional International Airport Nepalayatimes Kaski – The construction work of Pokhara Regional International Airport is underway even in the time of the pandemic. Project Chief, Vinesh Munkarmi said that the construction work has not been affected by the COVID-19. He said that despite the pandemic, the construction work of the airport has not stopped, and …

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Regular International Flights Resume After Five-Month-Long Suspension

Regular International Flights Resume After Five-Month-Long Suspension

Regular International Flights Resume After Five-Month-Long Suspension – Agency/Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – After a five-month-long suspension in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic induced lockdown, the international flights have resumed from today with certain security protocols. Earlier, the government had decided to allow international flights from some countries where the RT PCR testing was accessible. As allowed, regular flights would take …

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