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Surgical, N-95 masks mandatory in airports

KATHMANDU, JUNE 5 Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has made it mandatory to wear either surgical or N-95 masks during air travel. Issuing a ‘Guidance to Airlines, Airports and Ground Services for Operations during…

NAC chartered flight to Narita scheduled for Sunday

KATHMANDU: Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) has scheduled a chartered flight for Narita in Japan on Sunday. The flight has been scheduled to operate on the request of a travel agency. In a press release issued…

Xiaomi launches Redmi Note 9 Pro

KATHMANDU: Xiaomi has announced the ninth generation of their Redmi Note series smartphones in Nepal. With an aim to fuel technological development and adoption locally, Redmi Note 9 Pro brings support for ISRO’s indigenously developed…

Ncell penalised for launching services without permission

Kathmandu, June 4 Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA) has penalised private telecom Ncell for operating value added services (VAS) without its consent. A recent meeting of the board of NTA decided to penalise Ncell with Rs…

NEA adds 1.5MW solar power to national grid

Kathmandu, June 4 Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has added 1.25 megawatts of electricity generated by the solar project in Nuwakot to the national transmission system. With this latest development, the 25MW project has formally come…

No insurance for coronavirus from today

Kathmandu, June 4 The Coronavirus Insurance Policy that was included in the budget for fiscal 2020-21 has been put off until further notice. As the number of people being infected by the pandemic has risen…

Nepal Airlines to fly two charter flights to Japan

KATHMANDU: The National flag carrier, Nepal Airlines, is all set to operate two charter flights to Narita International Airport in Japan. Issuing a press statement today, NA said that one charter flight will leave for…

Nepal economy to suffer $1.4 bln hit due to coronavirus says central bank official

KATHMANDU: Nepal’s economy is expected to suffer a hit of over $1 billion due to coronavirus containment measures which have hurt business activity and tourism in the Himalayan nation, a central bank official said on…

Enough fertilisers for this year’s paddy plantation: MoALD

KATHMANDU, JUNE 3 The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development (MoALD) has assured that the country will not face shortage of fertilisers required for paddy plantation this year. Due to the border restrictions, the fertilisers…

Hotels in five locations selected for quarantine

KATHMANDU, JUNE 3 Hotels in five locations outside the valley have been selected to quarantine Nepalis returning from COVID-19 affected countries. A meeting held on Tuesday at the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation…