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Nepal Struggles to Meet 1.6 Million Tourist Target for 2024

Nepal Struggles to Meet 1.6 Million Tourist Target for 2024

Prabesh Yadav Kathmandu, Nepal – Nepal faces a significant challenge in meeting its ambitious target of 1.6 million tourists for 2024. Despite a strong start, with 583,016 tourists arriving from January to June, the current monthly average of 96,169 falls short of the Nepal Tourism Board’s target of 133,333. Finance Minister Barsaman Pun acknowledged the…

Rapid Growth of Restaurant Franchises in Nepal: Opportunities and Challenges

Rapid Growth of Restaurant Franchises in Nepal: Opportunities and Challenges

Prabesh Yadav Nepal has experienced a significant rise in the number of restaurant franchises opening across its towns and districts in recent years. Eateries such as Burger House, Chicken Station, and Bajeko Sekuwa are now ubiquitous, from the bustling streets of Kathmandu to the serene shores of Pokhara. This surge in franchise growth offers more…

  • How to take care of street dogs?

    How to take care of street dogs?

    Anamika Rai Street Dog Care (SDC) is a renowned animal welfare organization established in February 2009 in Boudha. Founded by Andrea Bringmann from Germany, a dedicated guardian of over 4000 street dogs for the past 15 years, the organization operates...

  • Lessons from earthquakes

    Lessons from earthquakes

    Natural disasters are always tragic. Those who died in the earthquake cannot be saved no matter how much they cry. Fallen structures can be raised by making new ones. The old ones cannot be revived. Because of that, the future...

  • Economic Growth and Food Crisis

    Economic Growth and Food Crisis

    Our country's economy runs on loans, grants and remittances. The leadership rejoices in this and even gives amnesty to criminals. While preparing the row, the government has recently approved a concessional loan of 13.35 billion from the World Bank on...

  • Punish those who sell sugar at high prices

    Punish those who sell sugar at high prices

    The government has started taking action against those who sell sugar at a high price by creating an artificial shortage. The joint market monitoring team led by the Department of Commerce, Supply and Consumer Protection on Saturday took action against...

  • President’s call to international businessmen to invest in Nepal

    President’s call to international businessmen to invest in Nepal

    President Ramchandra Paudel has called upon international industrialists and businessmen to invest in agriculture, tourism and energy sectors in Nepal. President Paudel made the call today while inaugurating the 37th CASI Conference which will last for two days and is...

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