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Safety Tips for Traveling During a COVID-19 Pandemic

Safety Tips for Traveling During a COVID-19 Pandemic

Safety Tips for Traveling During a COVID-19 Pandemic– Agencies/Nepalayatimes Safety Tips for Traveling During a COVID-19 Pandemic Travelling is a lively activity and is often close to the heart of many individuals. People like to plan extensively about their traveling schedules and destinations and make elaborate preparations to make it a memorable experience. It is even motivating for specific job …

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As Tourism Restart, Our Responsibilities Remain

As Tourism Restart, Our Responsibilities Remain

As Tourism Restart, Our Responsibilities Remain– Nepalayatimes As Tourism Restart, Our Responsibilities Remain Four months ago, UNWTO asked its Members, the tourism sector, and tourists themselves for patience. To stay at home today so we could travel again tomorrow. Tomorrow is now here. The restart of tourism means the return of hope and opportunity for many millions of people around …

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Christianity is Just a Branch of Vedic Sanatan Dharma

Christianity is Just a Branch of Vedic Sanatan Dharma

Christianity is Just a Branch of Vedic Sanatan Dharma– Rajesh Shrestha/Nepalayatimes Christianity is Just a Branch of Vedic Sanatan Dharma Kathmandu – The founder of Christianity, Jesus Christ came to Nepal – received a blessing from Guru Gorakshanath and learned Yoga & Meditation on the foothills of mighty Himalaya. The inscription stated “Ishaputranchma Biddi Kumari Garbha Sambhva.” clearly shows that …

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Preserving Cultural Identity for Future of Tourism

Preserving Cultural Identity for Future of Tourism

Preserving Cultural Identity for Future of Tourism– Nepalayatimes Preserving Cultural Identity for Future of Tourism Japan – The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) Fourth World Conference on Culture and Tourism spotlights the added value of culture for destinations and focuses on the future sustainability of cultural tourism. Over the past two …

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Promoting Eco-safe Roads for Sustainable Mountain Living

Promoting Eco-safe Roads for Sustainable Mountain Living

On International Mountain Day Promoting Eco-safe Roads for Sustainable Mountain Living– Nepalayatimes Promoting Eco-safe Roads for Sustainable Mountain Living Mountain roads in the Himalayas are notoriously treacherous, claiming numerous deaths every year. Road casualties are often due to inadequate road construction, which can cause landslides, rockfalls, and avalanches. In fact, research from around the Himalayas has shown that around 30 …

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Public Transport Service Teasing VNY 2020

Nepal Aviation Industry Will Achieve ICAO Standard in 10 Years

Public Transport Service Teasing VNY 2020– Dipak Parajuli/Nepalayatimes Public Transport Service Teasing VNY 2020 Kathmandu – Nepal Government is going to celebrate Visit Nepal campaign in 2020 A.D. with the aim of gaining 2 million international tourists. This campaign is good sound but where is the government in the context of infrastructure development. We have only one month to start …

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World Tourism Day 2019: Sustainable Travel and Plight of Wild Animals

World Tourism Day 2019: sustainable travel and the plight of wild animals

World Tourism Day 2019: Sustainable Travel and Plight of Wild Animals – Agency/Nepalayatimes Tourism is the third-largest export industry in the world after chemicals and fuels. Travelling brings hope, prosperity, and understanding to many people all over the world. In 2017, more than 1.2 billion travelers crossed international borders. By 2030, up to 1.8 billion are expected to travel in …

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Tourism Is Eating the World

Tourism Is Eating the World –Nepalayatimes In 1953, mountaineers Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary made the first confirmed summiting of Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak. Recently, Everest has grown so popular that photos are surfacing showing huge lines of climbers waiting to surmount that same peak. On the rarefied ground were once only Norgay and Hillary tread, now climbers …

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Lord Krishna was Born in Ruru Ridi Area, Nepal

Lord Krishna was Born in Ruru Ridi Area, Nepal – Rajesh Shrestha/Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Krishna Janmashtami meaning Lord Krishna’s birthday is one of the greatest celebrations of entire human beings. Because of mighty power Lord Krishna, the 8th incarnation of Narayana is uttered with other several names like Govinda, Gopal, Gokula, Keshav, Madhusudhan, Shyamsundar, Damodar, Basudev, Hari, Manmohan, Bhagawan Rishikesh. …

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