KATHMANDU, Aug 3: China Eastern Airlines is set to resume regular passenger flights on the Kunming-Kathmandu route starting from August 14. The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has granted permission to China Eastern for this flight, marking a significant step in restoring air connectivity between the two countries.
KATHMANDU, June 24: Himalaya Airlines has resumed regular flights between Kathmandu and Beijing starting from Saturday. On the inaugural flight, Nepali Ambassador to China, Bishnu Pukar Shrestha, was among the passengers traveling to Beijing.
The Manakamana cable car is all set to resume its operations from Sunday. It has been closed for five months due to the fear of the COVID-19 infection. According to Ujwal Sherchan, deputy manager of Manakamana Darshan Pvt Ltd, the service has remained closed since April 29, 2021.
KATHMANDU, June 21: Kathmandu based ride sharing platforms will be resuming their service that have remained closed for almost two months following the government’s prohibitory orders nearly two months ago.
KATHMANDU, June 29: The stock market is reopening today. Following a directive from the Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon), Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) is reopening the secondary market from Monday after one and a half months due to Covid-19 pandemic.
KATHMANDU, March 11: The benchmark Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) index witnessed a notable drop in the initial trading giving up roughly 50 points in the morning. The equity market attempted a recovery within the first trading hour but the broad selling pressure dragged the market further in the red.
BIRGUNJ, Aug 4: Birgunj Dry Port, the only dry port of Nepal that connects Kolkata, Haldiya and Visakhapatnam ports of India through rail-line, resumed operation on Saturday after remaining shut for two days.
SINDHUPALCHOK, May 29: The Tatopani border point, Nepal's vital and the oldest trading point with the northern neighbor China that was closed following the April 2015 earthquakes, has resumed its operation on Wednesday.
KUALA LUMPUR, April 12: Malaysia and China agreed on Friday to resume construction of a multi-billion dollar rail project, shaving nearly a third of the cost, after months of negotiations that strained ties between the two trade partners.