Exclusive

Publication

Byline

Location

Bookstores in Nepal: The past, the present and the future

KATHMANDU, Feb. 8 -- Right in the heart of the bustling Kathmandu lies a sanctuary of sorts for a very rare breed of people: Mandala Book Point. In one recent afternoon, at his beloved book store, Mad... Read More


CAN Info-Tech attracts 150,000 visitors in three days

KATHMANDU, Feb. 1 -- The 25th iteration of CAN Info-Tech has attracted over 150,000 visitors over the first three days. The six-day information, communications and technology show is being organized ... Read More


Tourist arrival in Bhaktapur yet to reach pre-earthquake numbers

KATHMANDU, Jan. 21 -- A little short of reminiscing the fourth year of the devastating earthquake the struck the nation in 2015, Bhaktapur Durbar Square is awaiting the number of tourists visiting the... Read More


Tourist arrival in Bhaktapur yet to reach pre-earthquake level

KATHMANDU, Jan. 21 -- A little short of reminiscing the fourth year of the devastating earthquake the struck the nation in 2015, Bhaktapur Durbar Square is awaiting the number of tourists visiting the... Read More


'Nepal offers huge opportunity for South Asian market'

Nepal, Jan. 15 -- Diego Graffi is the CEO and managing director of Piaggio Vehicles. He is associated with the company for more than a decade. A graduate in mechanical engineer, he formerly worked wit... Read More


FHAN to build SAARC Design Center, Nepal Handicraft Village

KATHMANDU, Jan. 12 -- The Federation of Nepal Handicraft Association (FHAN) is preparing to build SAARC Design Center and Nepal Handicraft Village. Govind Prasad Regmi, director general of the FHAN, ... Read More


Tourism breathing life into dying art of pottery

KATHMANDU, Jan. 4 -- Under a blazing winter sun in a corner of a maze of old buildings and temples, Dinesh Kumar Prajapati, 70, kneads lump of clay. His ancestors did the same. Knead clay, put it on w... Read More


14 companies show interest to operate bus service to Indian cities

KATHMANDU, Dec. 25 -- Fourteen Nepali companies have applied to operate cross-border bus service to different Indian cities. The government had sought proposal form interested transport companies to ... Read More


Drivers and helpers still in want of appointment letters

KATHMANDU, Dec. 13 -- Transport entrepreneurs are required to produce appointment letters, one of the key requirements set by the government, of its staff including drivers and helpers when applying t... Read More


Heater sales increase thanks to strong domestic demand

KATHMANDU, Dec. 11 -- Heater sales have continued to increase in the Kathmandu Valley as winter season creeps in. Halogen heaters are the most popular out of the three types available in the market; t... Read More