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22 June, 2018 10:25 AM China To Build Railway Into Nepal: Reports

Shanghai: China will build a railway connecting the western region of Tibet with Nepal, the China Daily reported on Friday, one of several bilateral deals signed during Nepali Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli's visit to Beijing. The link will connect the Tibetan city of Xigaze with Nepal's capital, Kathmandu, the paper said. The two sides signed 44

20 June, 2018 12:23 PM Lohia Auto Industries forays into Nepal market

Lohia Auto Industries today said it has forayed into international markets with the launch of a petrol-powered three-wheeler in Nepal. "We have started with Nepal internationally and also launched a petrol vehicle for the first time," Lohia Auto Industries CEO Ayush Lohia said in a statement. The company also plans to enter South East Asia and neighbouring 32

20 June, 2018 10:07 AM Lohia Auto Enter Nepal With Its First Petrol Three-Wheeler

First time foraying outside India, Lohia Auto has introduced its first petrol vehicle in Nepal. The auto will cater to both passenger and cargo vehicles segments. The home-grown automaker, Lohia Auto, today announced foraying outside India to its first international market, Nepal. To kick-start its global business, the company has launched its first 49

17 June, 2018 10:19 AM 2 Indians Among Missing Workers Rescued From Nepal Hydro Project After 40 Hours

Kathmandu: Four people, including two Indians, who had gone missing after a huge mass of earth caved in at a tunnel site of the Arun III hydro power project in eastern Nepal, have been rescued after nearly 40 hours. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Nepalese counterpart K P Sharma Oli had last month jointly laid the foundation stone of the 900-megawatt 41

16 June, 2018 5:22 PM Indian LPG, kerosene cheapest in subcontinent

Petrol cheapest in Pakistan, diesel charged the lowest in Sri Lanka, according to data by PPAC Even as petrol and diesel prices in the country shoot up and decline in tune international crude prices, Indian consumers may take some solace from comparisons of prices of cooking gas and kerosene in India with its neighbours. Prices in the country for these 41

11 June, 2018 7:35 PM Youth who scaled Mt. Everest feted

I felt I was on top of the world for a few minutes, says Raja They dared to dream and their soaring dreams are being given shape thanks to Mission Everest programme of the State government. The programme launched in 2016 gives opportunity to young men and women to scale Mount Everest. K. Raja, a 23-year-old youngster from Tadepalli, is among a group 34

11 June, 2018 3:58 PM India to host first BIMSTEC war games in September

Conclave of Army chiefs of member-states will be part of it India will host the first military exercise of the BIMSTEC (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation) group focussing on counter-terrorism in September. As part of this, a conclave of the Army chiefs of all seven member-states is being planned. The exercise 62

30 May, 2018 2:17 PM Pro Kabaddi League auctions: Iranian Atrachali costliest buy ever

After bagging Fazel Atrachali for a whopping ₹ 1 crore, making him the costliest buy in the history of the league, Pro Kabaddi League franchise U Mumba continued to bank on Iranian talents as the side bought Abofazl Maghsodlouemahali and Hadi Tajik in the foreign players’ auction in Mumbai on Wednesday. Iranian defender Atrachali, having a base price 24

28 May, 2018 9:08 PM Sushma Swaraj Apologises For Saying PM Modi Addressed Indians In Nepal

Sushma Swaraj tweeted an apology after Twitter users, including Gagan Thapa, a Nepal parliamentarian, pointed out that PM Narendra Modi addressed Nepali people in Janakpur and not Indians. New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today apologised for saying that Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed lakhs of "Indians" in Nepal's Janakpur recently 96

28 May, 2018 4:15 PM ‘AI arm, IndiGo among lowest cost worldwide’

Asian carriers fill top five slots: report Air India’s low-cost international arm Air India Express and budget carrier IndiGo are among the top five lowest cost airlines in the world, according to Melbourne-based travel planning site Rome2rio. India ranks fourth among 46 countries with lowest average air fares, while Chile is at the top and Nepal at the bottom 34