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  1. Shanti Stupa of Pokhara under erosion-threat, fortification to start soonRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Nepalnews.com

    The local administration of Kaski has taken the initiatives for fortification at the Shanti Stupa at Pumdi Bhumdi which is under erosion-threat after the recent landslide in the area.

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  2. Knock-out rounds of Inter School Nat'l Boys' and Girls' from August 30: ANFARead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Nepalnews.com

    All Nepal Football Association has announced it will hold the remaining matches, including the semi-final and final rounds of the Coca-Cola Cup Inter School National Boys' and Girls' Football Tournaments 2014, at the end of August.

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  3. Yvonne van Dongen: Spew reasons to go off the beaten trackRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    'If I'd never suffered travel misery, I'd never have had the pleasure of throwing up on a policeman in the Brighton Railway Station.'

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  4. 5 transit-related LoEs forwarded to IndiaRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | MYREPUBLICA.com

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has forwarded the drafts of five letters of exchange sent by the Ministry of Commerce and Supplies to Indias Ministry of External Affairs to sign the vital transit agreements.

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  5. Booters go 1-0 upRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Daily Star

    Bangladesh U-23 midfielder Sohel Rana celebrates his winning goal against their visiting Nepalese counterparts in the first of the two-match SS Steel International Friendly Series at the Army Stadium in Banani yesterday.

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  6. HBL launches UnionPay prepaid card for international paymentRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | MYREPUBLICA.com

    Himalayan Bank Ltd and UnionPay International, a subsidiary of China's UnionPay, have jointly launched the HBL-UnionPay International Prepaid Card.

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  7. Bob Shryock: Next up for hiker Jim Kiel, tackling EverestRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Jersey Journal

    Jim Kiel figures he's hiked over 1,000 miles including section-trekking the Appalachian Trail, not exactly a stroll in the park for a guy who will turn 72 on Oct. 31. Kiel, a Barnsboro resident, has carefully shed 20 pounds for his forthcoming adventure - one in which his wife, Eileen, was given first rights of refusal.

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  8. corporate activities:Qatar Airways honors top agentsRead the original story

    Yesterday | MYREPUBLICA.com

    Qatar Airways celebrated Agents Award Night on Thursday. Ahmed Jasem Al Hamar, ambassador of Qatar to Nepal, handed over a total of four trophies and 17 certificates to ticketing agents of the airline, according to a company statement.

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  9. Vehicles to be banned on Kathmandu s old quartersRead the original story

    Monday | MYREPUBLICA.com

    If everything goes as planned, the chaotic old quarters of the capital would soon transform into a strollers heaven.

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  10. Running Across the WorldRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Men's Journal

    Last year in August, Michael Clinton woke up at 4 AM, snapped on a headlamp, pulled on a 10-pound backpack, and began running up a wooded mountainside in Mongolia's annual Sunrise to Sunset marathon .

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  11. JTCC welcomes tourism secretaryRead the original story

    Sunday | MYREPUBLICA.com

    Joint Tourism Coordination Committee , a group of travel trade associations, on Sunday organized a program to welcome newly appointed tourism secretary Suresh Man Shrestha.

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  12. Bus ticket booking for Dashain opens from Sept 10Read the original story

    Sunday | MYREPUBLICA.com

    Transport entrepreneurs are taking advance reservation for bus tickets for the Dashain festival from September 10. A meeting between government officials and transport entrepreneurs held in Kathmandu on Friday took the decision to this effect.

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  13. Past is alive in India's Ladakh Buddhist monasteriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 23 | Star Tribune

    Colors swirled during a performance of chhams, a traditional Ladakhi dance, during last year's Ladakh Festival in Leh, India.

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  14. NAC starting Pokhara-Bhairahawa flight from mid-OctRead the original story

    Friday Aug 22 | MYREPUBLICA.com

    Nepal Airlines Corporation is starting scheduled flights on Pokhara-Bhairahawa route from mid-October.

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  15. Don't copy us, Mao had told Indian MaoistsRead the original story

    Friday Aug 22 | Newkerala.com

    Mao Zedong may have clandestinely backed the Naxalite movement but the Chinese revolutionary leader told Indian Maoists in the late 1960s not to blindly copy the tactics that brought him to power.

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  16. Nursing on the go: Randi Levasseur opens the door to a new careerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 21 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    With a love of foreign languages and a desire to help others, overseas nursing was the perfect fit for Port Alberni native Randi Levasseur.

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  17. India likely to charge one percent interest on Line of credit extended to NepalRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 21 | Newkerala.com

    The Indian Government has said that the interest rate on the one billion dollar line of credit extended to Nepal during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent visit to Nepal, is likely to be just one percent.

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  18. Ventours International extends service to TibetRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 21 | PRWeb

    Tibet has long been a desired destination for travelers looking to explore the mysterious mountaintop kingdom.

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  19. Shangri La group to open new resort in BegnasRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 20 | MYREPUBLICA.com

    The Shangri-La group is opening another resort at Begnas, Pokhara under a new brand name The Lost Horizon Resort.

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  20. Nepal honours chronicler of Himalayan mountaineering Elizabeth Hawley by naming peak after herRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 20 | The Independent

    From confirming the first ascent of Everest by a blind climber to raising doubts about a Korean woman's claim to have bagged a crucial, 8,000m summit, the American journalist has enjoyed a royal box seat to many of mountaineering's greatest dramas.

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