Source: Reuters

Nepal police fire teargas to break up fuel price protests

KATHMANDU, June 20 (Reuters) – Police in Nepal‘s capital fired teargas and charged at protesters with sticks on Monday to break up a demonstration by students against fuel price hikes, officials and witnesses said, in a sign of growing public discontent over rising…

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Handout image shows a Tara Air DHC-6 Twin Otter, tail number 9N-AET, in Simikot, Nepal December 1, 2021. Picture taken December 1, 2021. Madhu Thapa/Handout via REUTERS

Wreckage of plane with 22 on board found in Nepal mountains

KATHMANDU (AP) — The wreckage of a plane carrying 22 people that disappeared in Nepal’s mountains was found Monday scattered on a mountainside, the army said. There was no word…

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Thailand extends list of countries and territories, the citizens of which can enter the Kingdom without quarantine

Thailand has extended the list of “low risk” countries and territories whose citizens will be allowed to enter the kingdom without quarantine from Tomorrow (Monday), according to an announcement issued…

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Floods, landslides kill 116 in India and Nepal

The death toll from days of flooding and landslides in India and Nepal crossed 100 on Wednesday, including several families swept away or crushed in their homes by avalanches of…

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Thailand suspends entry certificates for all foreigners from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal

The Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs has decided to suspend issuance of certificates of entry (COE) to all foreigners travelling to Thailand from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal immediately. Foreign Ministry…

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An open area at Bhaktapur Durbar Square area in Bhaktapur, some 12 km southeast of Kathmandu. (Photo by PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP)

Nepal eyes a spike in Thai visitors

With the new Lumbini airport scheduled to open this year, the Himalayan country is banking on attracting many more pilgrims to this important Buddhist site The Royal Thai Embassy Kathmandu…

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In this file photo taken on January 1, 2020, a one-horned rhinoceros crosses the Rapati River in Sauraha Chitwan, some 150 km southwest of Kathmandu. (Photo by PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP)

Rhino population in Nepal grows in conservation boost

Nepal’s population of endangered one-horned rhinoceros has grown by more than a hundred over the past six years, officials said, with campaigners hailing the increase as a conservation “milestone”. The…

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