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Mt Everest with many pits and fissures

Solukhumbu, March 27: Mt Everest, the world’s tallest mountain has been found with many pits and fissures borne out of the April 25 Gorkha earthquake.

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Curriculum of secondary level to be revised

Kathmandu, March 9: In a bid to make students aware about the recently introduced letter grading system, the curriculum of secondary level will be amended and necessary guidelines included in

8th Intl Folk Festival from March 2

Kathmandu, Feb 8: The 8th edition of International Folk Festival is going to take place in Nepal from March 2-11 this year. Unlike in the past, the Festival will be

Buddhist countries’ culture ministers to be invited for Buddha Jayanti celebration

Kathmandu, Feb 7: The government is to invite Culture Ministers from the Buddhist countries to the 2526 Buddha Jayanti celebrations and Buddhist Conference to be held in coming May. At

Sharp decline of tourists in ACAP

By Gopal Chhantyal Mustang, Jan 31: The tourism related business in the round Annapurna trekking route, one of the best trekking destinations in the world, has suffered badly due to

ouse panel stresses on promoting special tourism zone

Kathmandu, Jan 26: The meeting of the International Relations and Labour Committee under the Legislature-Parliament today directed the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil

Nepal could become tourism capital of South Asia

Kathmandu, Jan 23: Tourism entrepreneurs on Saturday stressed on a trade treaty between Nepal and Bangladesh to promote Nepal’s tourism and trade. The concerned stakeholders argued Nepal could be developed

Indian visitors top tourists’ number in Mustang

Mustang, Jan 19: The number of Indian nationals visiting Mustang district has gradually increased, according to a record. The record maintained by Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) states that Indian

Elephant terror grips Thori

Birgunj, Jan 19: An elephant from the Chitwan National Park has caused terror in Thori area of Parsa district for some couple of days. The elephant has demolished houses of

Damauli Mahotsav concluded

Damauli, Jan 19: The second Damauli Mahotsav held in Tanahun district concluded on Monday, attracting more than 318,000 visitors in the event. Spokesperson of the fair organising committee, Tulsiram Pandey,