NAC to add 13 large aircraft

Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) is planning to buy 13 more large planes within the next five years. The NAC executive committee has decided to expand the international fleet of the national flag carrier by acquiring five more wide-body aircraft and eight narrow-body planes. “On Tuesday, the NAC’s executive committee approved a five-year plan to expand
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Construction works of the Postal Highway have failed to gain momentum as issues such as bridge construction and distribution of land compensation remain unattended. The national pride project had its maps laid before the east west highway which is currently in operation. However, construction works of more than dozen bridges at Bara, Parsa, Rautahat and
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Remittance incomes have contributed positively to poverty reduction, economic growth and social development by primarily supporting the rural population in fulfilling basic needs and enabling investment in housing, health and education Illustration: Ratna Sagar Shrestha/THT Remittances are an important source of income for migrant families across the world. According to the International Fund for Agricultural
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Nepal’s number one online marketplace, Daraz, is bringing 11.11, the ‘world’s biggest sale day’, to Nepal for the first time. During the first mega event since the launch of the new Daraz App,customers can expect a truly personalised and supercharged lineup of activities. Daraz 11.11 is a first of its kind event and is set
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China will build a railway connecting the western region of Tibet with Nepal, the China Daily reported on Friday, one of several bilateral deals signed during Nepali Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli’s visit to Beijing. The link will connect the Tibetan city of Xigaze with Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu, the China Daily reported. The two
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Locals of ward-14 in Biratnagar Metropolis are elated after the town’s only biogas plant came into operation recently. The plant, in its first phase, began distributing gas through a pipeline on Thursday in a bid to replace costly LPG cylinders. “At present, we have dispensed biogas to 32 households,” Chair of Shri Krishna Gaushala, Shankar
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 Pakistan still plans to seek a bailout from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) despite a Saudi Arabian offer of a $6 billion rescue package, Pakistan’s finance ministry said on Wednesday. Prime Minister Imran Khan secured the Saudi package at a high-profile investment conference in Riyadh that has been boycotted by several other leaders over the
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an Power was among the first to buy legal recreational marijuana in Canada but he has no plans to smoke it. He plans to frame it. Canada became the largest country with a legal national marijuana marketplace as sales began early Wednesday in Newfoundland. Power was first in line at a store in St John’s,
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In a bid to curb road fatalities at the main entry route to Kathmandu, Prithvi Highway, authorities from Department of Roads have set up rubber speed breakers along accident prone areas in the road. The highway which serves as a major entry point to Kathmandu from 67 districts in the country witnesses road-traffic deaths almost
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Trade with Tibet through the Tinkar transit point has come to a standstill for the past few years for lack of access road and customs office. In the past, Darchula traders used to directly import goods from Tibet and sell them in the district headquarters of Khalanga. But of late trade with Tibet through this
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