Biggest festival of Nepal ‘Dashain’ begins today

Kathmandu: Biggest festival of Nepal, ‘Dashain’ begins today. Nepalis have started the first day of festival ‘Ghatasthapana’ putting Jamara at their houses. Badadasain, the great festival of Nepali which starts every year on Ashwin Shukla Pratipada, starts today and is being celebrated with great pomp for 15 days till Ashwin Shukla Purnima. On this morning,… Continue reading Biggest festival of Nepal ‘Dashain’ begins today

NAC begins online ticketing for international flight

Kathmandu: Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) has started online ticket booking service for international flights. Airline spokesperson Archana Khadka informed that ticket booking has started from Monday through online booking engine service for all international flights. According to her, it is now possible to book NAC tickets from any corner of the world through the official… Continue reading NAC begins online ticketing for international flight

Interpol Diffusion Notice issued against cricketer Sandeep

Kathmandu: International police organization (Interpol) has issued a diffusion notice against Nepali cricketer Sandeep Lamichhane. According to the request of the Nepal Police, Interpol has issued a diffusion notice against Sandeep. After issuing the diffusion notice, 135 countries affiliated to Interpol will search for Sandeep in their country. A teenage girl has filed a police… Continue reading Interpol Diffusion Notice issued against cricketer Sandeep

Nepal to play friendly match with Bangladesh under captaincy of Kiran Chemjong

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Kathmandu: Nepal is all set to play a friendly match with Bangladesh under the captaincy of goal-keeper Kiran Chemjong. The preparations of the Nepali team for the match to be held at the Dasharath Stadium in Tripureshwar have been completed. The match will be played at Dasharath Stadium on Tuesday at 5 pm. In the… Continue reading Nepal to play friendly match with Bangladesh under captaincy of Kiran Chemjong

Nearly 2 mn people expected to leave Kathmandu to celebrate festive holidays

Kathmandu: The number of people to their hometown to celebrate festive holiday is increasing each day. More than, 50,000 people are leaving the valley daily through Nagadhunga, Sanga Bhanjang, Mudkhu and Pharping. Nearly two million people are expected to leave the valley during Dashain festival. In the previous two financial years, the number of people… Continue reading Nearly 2 mn people expected to leave Kathmandu to celebrate festive holidays

Immigration dept providing service to tourists during festive holidays too

Kathmandu: The tourist visa division and the agency division of the Department of Immigration will be closed only for one day during Dashain. The department has published a notice to inform that the services will continue even during the festive holidayes except for one day. Among the holidays given by the government during Dashain festival,… Continue reading Immigration dept providing service to tourists during festive holidays too

First Indo-Nepali movie ‘Prem Geet 3’ doing well in box office across the world

Kathmandu: ‘Prem Geet 3’ has grossed Rs 42.5 million in the first two days in Nepal. The Nepali version earned Rs 20.5 million gross on Friday and Rs 22 million gross on Saturday at the domestic box office. In two days overseas, the film earned 29 million Indian rupees. In two days, the Hindi and… Continue reading First Indo-Nepali movie ‘Prem Geet 3’ doing well in box office across the world

50% discount for students on hospital OPD charges

Kathmandu: Nepali government has decided to provide 50 percent discount to students on OPD fees in central hospitals. The ministerial meeting held at the Ministry of Health and Population on Sunday decided to provide discount on the OPD fee. Students will get 50 percent discount on OPD fees when they go for examination at the… Continue reading 50% discount for students on hospital OPD charges

Govt to provide Rs 50,000 per month to the author of Nepali national anthem

Kathmandu: The government has decided to provide 50,000 rupees per month to the author and composer of the national anthem, Pradeep Kumar Rai (Byakul Maila), for a comfortable living. Gyanendra Bahadur Karki, Government Spokesperson and Minister of Communication and Information Technology, said that earlier he was receiving 25,000 rupees per month. Spokesperson Karki also informed… Continue reading Govt to provide Rs 50,000 per month to the author of Nepali national anthem