Monthly Archives: October 2014

Former Nepal Chamber of Commerce president passes away

Former president of Nepal Chambers of Commerce Ishwor Lal Shrestha expired at the age of 83 today. One of the leaders of the chambers movement in Nepal and industrialist Shrestha was involved in the chamber movement since 1962 and had

Khumbu one of the Lonely Planet’s 10 best regions to explore

Lonely Planet ranked Khumbu region – also known as the Mt Everest region – among the 10 best regions to explore in 2015. The Australia-based world’s largest travel guide publisher, cautioning the would-be visitors about recent mishaps in Nepal, has

TIA among the world’s worst airports

Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu is one of the world’s worst airports, according to an international survey. Pakistan’s Islamabad Benazir Bhutto International is the worst international airports, followed by Jeddah’s King Abdulaziz International and Nepal’s Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA),

Investment Board to approve Rs 25 billion cement factory

Investment Board of Nepal is going to approve Rs 25 billion cement factory. The board meeting after the Tihar festival is going to approve India’s Reliance Industries’ Rs 25 billion cement factory for foreign direct investment, informed external affairs head

No reduction in fuel price despite auto pricing mechanism

Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) failed to adjust fuel prices in line with international market prices, despite the adoption of the auto pricing mechanism. The state oil monopoly – that receives price list every first and 16the day of the Gregorian

TAAN rescues 77 trekkers from Manang district

A team of Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) rescued some 77 trekkers from different parts of Manang district today. “Of the total rescued trekkers, some 17 were Israelis, 29 Nepali support staff, five Indonesians, 10 Germans, five Spanish, four