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 2010 to be observed as Year of Tiger
Global Tiger Workshop, the first ever tiger workshop that concluded in Kathmandu Friday, has decided to observe 2010 as the Year of Tiger.
 Janai Purnima being observed today, Newar community celebrating Gunhu Punhi
People of Hindu faith are celebrating the Janai Purnima festival across the country on Wednesday. On the occasion, Tagadhari Hindus renew the janai or the religious thread today after having a haircut and holy dips in ponds and ...
 Naag Panchami being observed
KATHMANDU, July 26 - Hindu devotees are observing the festival of Naag Panchami across the nation worshipping the serpent deity with great reverence on Sunday. The festival is celebrated every year on the fifth day of the waxing moon in the ...
 Karnali River dolphins on verge of extinction
KAILALI, July 26 - This week locals of Kada and Pathraiya VDCs in Kailali spotted four freshwater dolphins in the Mohana River, a tributary of the Karnali. That’s quite a sighting: the viewers were able to take in at a single glance more ...
 2 dozen Dharan hotels shut down
DHARAN, July 12 - As many as two dozen hotels and restaurants here have been shut down over the last two years due to continuous strikes, bandas and personal insecurity. Over the last three years 27 hotels have been shut down, according to ...
 Today is Ashar Pandra (Jun 29, 2009)
Ashar 15, popularly called Ashar pandra, the auspicious day for paddy planting in Hindu culture, is being celebrated Monday across the country. Farmers mark the day beginning with paddy plantation followed by feast-like celebration with curd and beaten...
 Nepal Film on Peace Process Wins At World TV Awards
Kathmandu, June 29 - Nepali filmmaker Dil Bhusan Pathak's documentary 'Peace Song' has been selected as the first runner-up in the World TV Awards for 2009. The film was selected in the category of a television documentary that contributes to conflict ...
 Indian Dam, Poaching Damns Fresh Water Dolphins in Karnali
The number of fresh water dolphins, one of the world's first protected species, has been found to have decreased in the Karnali River, national news agency RSS reported Sunday. The dolphin number is declining in the river, the major habitat, because of the ...
 Rato Macchindranath Bhoto Jatra Today
LALITPUR, June 27 - Bhoto Jatra festival is being observed in Lalitpur district on Saturday. It occurs on the last day of the four-day-long chariot-pulling procession of Rato Macchindranath and Minnath. A large number of farmers of the valley attend the festivities and ...
 Nepali Pashmina Aims For Global Trademark
KATHMANDU, June 25 - There is a new hope for Nepal's pashmina industry with the registration of a trademark logo in Norway, Australia and Japan. Nepal Pashmina Industries Association (NPIA), the umbrella organization of pashmina manufacturers and ...
 Croc Species, Birds Under Threat
CHITWAN, June 19 - What has Chitwan District Development Committee (DDC) got to do with the population of gharial (Gavialis gangeticus), mugger (Crocodylus palustris) crocodile species and migratory birds inside Chitwan National Park (CNP)? A lot ...
 Nearly 800 Summiteers A top Various Peaks This Season in Nepal
Seven hundred eighty mountaineers from 98 different expeditions reached the summit of different peaks of the country in the three-month period, according to the mountaineering division of Ministry of Culture and Civil Aviation ...
 Trekkers on The Trail to Mt Everest Heading Towards Everest View Hotel
Some 100 climbers departed South Col Monday night and summit calls started some hours later, reported. Members of the Jagged Globe expedition team- Doug, Bill, Nick and Wille reached the peak first for the ...
 Nepal Awarded At Korea Travel Fair (KOFTA)
Nepal was awarded with the “Best Tourism Promotion Award” at the Korea Travel Fair (KOFTA) in Seoul, Sunday. According to Nepal Tourism Board Nepal was awarded for its promotion efforts by the organizers of the event in which approximately 10,000 visitors collected information from Nepal stall ...
 Encroachment on rise in Nagarkot
A trend of building hotels at the roadside of the highway leading to Nagarkot from Bhaktapur by encroaching government and community forests is on the rise. Apart from small hotels, there are over 35 hotels and restaurants in Nagarkot that have been built on illegally encroached government land...
 Nepal Celebrates International Everest Day With Marathon Run
Government of Nepal announced May 29 as International Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) Day to commemorate the heroic achievement of late Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hillary for their historic ascent of Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) on May 29, 1953. Government of Nepal and...
 Nepal Gears Up To Observe International Everest Day May 29
Nepal is all set to honour over 50 climbers of Mount Everest at a special function to observe the second International Everest Day on May 29. A marathon and music concert will be organised at the base camp of the 8,848-metre peak besides a grand procession here to promote the Himalayan...
 Appa Sherpa to attempt Mt Everest for record 19th time
Appa Sherpa, who holds the world-record for most climbs up Mount Everest, left Kathmandu on Monday for making a record 19th bid of the world's highest mountain. The 48-year-old mountaineering guide set off for Lukla on a plane with his Eco Everest Expedition 2009 team which he is leading...
 Korean Company Shows Interest to Construct The Country's Second International Airport in Nijgadh Nepal
 Nepal’s climbing Eves Set to Rock The World
 Nepali Skier Missing in French Apls
 British Pilots Dominate National Open Paragliding
 Nepal Favorite Place For Lonely Planet Founder
 Danish Plans to Hoist UN Flag Atop Everest
 SEND HOME A FRIENDS Nepal for all Seasons campaign to run through also in 2009 & 2010
 Tourist Visa Rules in Nepal ( Effective from 16 July 2008 )
 Bungee experience for Minister Yami
 Cellphones to Ring on Everest summit
 Gorak Shep in Headlines as Team Hillary Wins
 Peace Brings Tourists Back to Nepal
 Tihar festival begins; Kaag pooja today
 FNCCI calls off Pokhara banda
 Nepal Tourism Board "NTB" bags Tourfilm Jury Prix award
 Lakpa Sherpa set new record at Mt Everest
 Politics in tourism: NTB stand-off continues (Nepalnews special)
 Three Nepalis die in avalanche, six climb Mt Everest
 Maoists declare 3-month long unilateral ceasefire
 King hands over power to people; calls on 7 parties to name next PM
 UK relaxes travel advisory to Nepal
 UN Secretary General welcomes political changes in Nepal
 Kathmandu-Lhasa direct bus service to continue
 Belgian world travellers arrive in Nepal
 Music album to be released in top of Mt. Everest
 Hotel Yak and Yeti to resume operation soon
 Holi fun, but at whose expense
 Nepalis in Qatar establish a benevolent fund
 Minister of State for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Yankila Sherpa, launched the new tourism brand of Nepal Naturally Nepal- Once is not Enough
 AUC clinches 8th Buddha Subba Gold Cup
 British delegation to visit Nepal
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