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Domestic and International flights to resume from August 17 in Nepal

Domestic and International flights to resume from August 17 in Nepal

A meeting of the council of ministers held today made a decision of resume all domestic and international flights to Nepal from August 17, 2020. The government will direct the…...

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Nepal’s On Arrival Visa Denied For Corona Affected 5 Countries

Nepal’s On Arrival Visa Denied For Corona Affected 5 Countries

Nepal Government has announced that it has banned on arrival visa for five countries. Ministry of Home Affairs has denied on arrival visa for Hong Kong, China, Italy, South Korea,…...

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Nepal is safe from Corona Virus

Nepal is safe from Corona Virus

Nepal is a beautiful land contoured with snow-capped mountains and breathtaking landscapes. It is situated between the borders of India (south, east, and west) and China(north). With diversity in culture…...

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Bharat Sapkota elected as the second vice-president of TAAN

Bharat Sapkota elected as the second vice-president of TAAN

  Bharat Sapkota (Managing Director – Breakfree Adventures Pvt. Ltd), a candidate for the post of second vice-president from the democratic alliance, won the election held on September 6, 2019…...

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Trekking alert for Annapurna Base Camp Trekking

Trekking alert for Annapurna Base Camp Trekking

Recently at the Annapurna Base camp area four hotels have been damaged due to heavy snowfall. Trekkers aren’t allowed to go beyond Chhomrung by the ACAP check post but anyone…...

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Tribhuvan International Airport to open for only 14 hours

Tribhuvan International Airport to open for only 14 hours

Tribhuvan International Airport is to be opened only for 14 hours from 1st April 2019 for the airport runaway maintenance. As per the airport authority, the airport will be closed…...

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Everest base camp closed to tourists from the Chinese side

Everest base camp closed to tourists from the Chinese side

The Tibetan side of the Mount Everest Base Camp has been closed by China for those who don’t have climbing permits. This unusual move by the Chinese authorities is to…...

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