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Nepali women Journalists team reach historical success on Mt Everest

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    Kathmandu – A team of women journalists successfully climbed Mt Everest this morning, according to base camp officials.   “The First Women Journalists Everest Expedition-2018 made it to the top of Mt Everest at around 6:00am,” liaison officer Gyanendra Shrestha told THT from the base camp. Four young women journalists involved in different facets of country’s journalism have …

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Tribhuvan International Airport to operate 21 hours a day from Today

Kathmandu – The government has decided to run Tribhuvan International Airport, the only international airport of the country, 21 hours a day from Monday. TIA working hours have been set as 6:00 am to 3:00 am. This aims to manage and facilitate passengers, make international flights more effective and minimise problems like obstructions due to minor plane malfunctions and obligations …

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Purnima Shrestha becomes first Nepali photo journalist to scale Mt Everest

  Kathmandu – Purnima Shrestha has become the first Nepali photo journalist to successfully ascend Mt Everest, on Saturday, spokesperson of Photo Journalist Club Dipesh Shrestha said. Shrestha reached the top of the world around 8:10 am this morning. 26-year-old Shrestha, who was born in Gorkha district, had also successfully scaled 8,163 metres Manaslu mountain last year.   Before setting …

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England football team wives and girlfriends are not allowed to World Cup hotel in Russia

Agencies England – England football team wives and girlfriends will be banned from staying with their other halves at their tournament HQ next month – in line with tradition. Team chief Gareth Southgate has encouraged families to travel to Russia to show their support, but WAGs aren’t allowed to stay at the same hotel, which is located in the quiet …

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Tiji festival excitement in Lo Manthang

  Mustabng – Historic Tiji festival fever has gripped Lo Manthang in Upper Mustang. Celebrated by the local Gurung and Bista communities of upper Mustang since the 15th century, the three days festival is observed by exchanging love and greetings among the communities, wishing for world peace and no natural destruction. Various deities are worshipped on the very first day …

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