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Adventure Silk Road group Inc. is an adventure and leisure tour company based in the youngest republic of the world - Nepal. It is one of the oldest companies in town, run and operated by a team of professionals who have been involved in the trade since 1985. The company focuses in packaging of the tourism products of Nepal as well as its neighboring Himalayan destinations - Tibet and Bhutan and offering them to the prospective visitors wanting to visit any of the above destinations. Its services expands from tours, travel, hotel reservation, mice arrangements to airline ticketing, rent a car services, soft adventures and mountain expedition.

Information is the key to any success. Considering this fact, Adventure Silk Road not only wants itself to be up to date with the latest happenings in Nepal in tourism sectors as well as the country as a whole, it wants all those people who love Nepal and want to be updated with the latest situation of the country. We have thus designed the "Nepalnews" section where we will be posting the latest updates from Nepal - political, social, economical and others. We are sure, this section will definitely be beneficial for all the visitors to this page and especially to those who are planning to visit Nepal sometime sooner.

Please feel free to write to us, if any of the news draws your attention and want to acquire know information about that.


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Nepal News HeadLines    
 Website of Dalai Lama launched
 Weak security arrangement responsible for Baneshwore incident: Report
 Miss Iceland crowned Miss World 2005
 Saran meets former PM Thapa
 Nepals situation nearly identical to that in Pakistan: Jahangir
 CIAA files case against joint general secretary
 179 police inspectors transferred
 Minister Tamang quits party Karki resigns as RPP spokeswoman
 Nearly 100 activists arrested on Human Rights Day
 Arrested rights activists freed
 Indian envoy meets UML gen secy
 Unity with Maoists would be durable: Gautam
 Koirala admits having direct talks with Maoist leaders
 Microcredit alleviates poverty
 King reshuffles cabinet; brings more loyalists on board
 Regional Administrator summons journo
 Nepal-India transit meeting ends inconclusively
 U-19 Nepal Cricket team to practice ahead of WC
 UML serious over attack bid on party HQ
 Swiss govt. welcomes Parties-Maoist understanding, asks to build the bridge of peace and reconciliation
 Students protest against attack bid on UML party office
 13 students, others freed; Kathmandu SP suspended
 ?India has high stakes in Bhutan?: Saran
 Export of Nepalese garment plunges by 57 percent
 Police provide protection to UML HQ
 Martin urges government to reciprocate truce
 Crown Prince seeks explanation from top security officials
 Radio Sagarmatha moves to court for the second time
 Bista flays foreign intervention
 Royalists party activists clash in Baneshwore
 World Tourism Organization Changes its acronym to UNWTO
 Tens of thousands of people take part in UMLs rally minor scuffle reported
 Parties, NHRC hail extension of ceasefire
 Upon return to the country, King insists on his own roadmap
 Bhutan accuses China of border encroachment
 EU calls upon Maoists to renounce violence
 CoE resolves all outstanding issues of SAFTA accord
 Govt. machinery mobilised to welcome Their Majesties
 King responsible for current problems: Ranabhat
 UN rights chief calls on Maoists to extend ceasefire, govt should reciprocate
 SAARC CoE meet kicks off
 India-funded solar energy project goes operational in Dhading
 BBC seeks clarification
 56 parties registered at Election Commission
 US criticizes the govts raid on Radio Sagarmatha
 UML accuses govt of trying to disrupt gathering
 Maoists ready to rethink on monarchy
 Govt raid on Sagarmatha FM unacceptable: IFJ
 Britain cautiously welcomes alliance-Maoist pact
 Maoists still undecided over extension of ceasefire
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