To focus on safety, reliability, cost and services to regain lost ground
KATHMANDU, July 31: Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) is focusing on safety, reliability and providing cost-effective services to its passengers to regain lost ground.
To assure the safety of passengers, NAC is working to adopt the best safety measures possible; to make it reliable, it is focusing on the timing of flights; and it will also be rolling out competitive and economic rates so that passengers can rely on NAC.
KATHMANDU, July 31: CG Motocorp, the authorized dealer of Suzuki 4-wheelers for Nepal, Thursday announced the launch of a scheme -- “Let´s Go and Live your dream holiday” -- for buyers of its flagship Alto 800 models.
In a statement, issued on Thursday, CG Motocorp said three customers, picked from buyers of Suzuki Alto 800 in Nepal during the period of the scheme, will win holiday packages worth Rs 50,000 to any destination in Nepal.
‘Water resources should mean not just energy but also downstream benefits’
KATHMANDU, July 31: It’s been over half a decade since Nepal has been lobbying vigorously for its own agenda for power-trading with India during bilateral talks and high-level political visits. And now a deal is finally expected to be inked with a southern neighbor whose foreign policy emphasis has shifted to prioritizing the neighboring countries.
Speaking at a discussion program Thursday on the topic, ‘Indo-Nepal power cooperation agreement draft’, Prakash Sharan Mahat, former energy minister and a leader of the Nepali Congress, said this time Nepal has an opportunity to deal with India at the political level rather than merely at the bureaucratic level as wonted.