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Nepalese authorities say the 18 people killed in the crash of a Yeti Airlines twin-engine Otter plane included 12 German nationals and two Australians.
Text of report by privately-owned Nepalnews.com website on 8 October A Yeti Airlines Twin Otter has crashed on final approach at the Tenzing-Hillary airport, Lukla, killing at least 18 people, mostly foreign nationals, Wednesday morning [8 October].
Text of report by privately-owned Nepalese eKantipur.com website on 6 October [by Milan Mani Sharma] Kathmandu, 6 October: Here is good news for automobile dealers and riders.
Text of report by Sangam Prasai headlined "Pipeline project to reduce petroleum prices in Nepal" published by Nepalese newspaper The Rising Nepal on 28 September Kathmandu, 27 September: Nepal-India oil pipeline project, which was mooted four years ago, is expected to gain momentum if Nepal government released funds to Indian Oil Corporation to prepare a Detail Project Report (DPR) of the scheme.
Indo-Nepal Power Summit 2008 begins in Nepali capital KATHMANDU, Sept. 23 (Xinhua) -- The third Indo-Nepal Power Summit 2008 will begin in Nepali capital Kathmandu on Tuesday to explore the possibilities of hydropower project cooperation between Nepal and India.
Text of report headlined "India to generate 10,000 MW of hydropower and buy it from Nepal" by Indian newspaper Kantipur on 23 September [by Rajendra Phuyal and Durga Khanal] Kathmandu, [Monday] 22 September: The Indian government has announced that it is ready to generate 10,000 MW of hydroelectricity in Nepal in 10 years and then buy it.
Waterborne diseases stalk flood relief camps in Nepal KATHMANDU, Sept. 20 (Xinhua) -- A number of Saptakoshi flood victims in southeastern Nepal have been suffering from waterborne diseases, local news website THT Online reported Saturday.
Text of report headlined "Media centre at the prime minister's office soon" published by Nepalese newspaper Annapurna Post on 6 September Kathmandu, [Friday] 5 September: Prime Minister Puspa Kamal Dahal "Prachanda" has expressed a commitment to setting up media centres at his office and at his residence soon.
A young girl being worshiped in Nepal as a "living goddess" may leave her palace home and attend school with others her age, a court has ruled.
Excerpt of report headlined "Food crisis at its worst" published by Nepalese newspaper Rajdhani on 6 August Kathmandu, 5 August: An international report says hundreds of thousands of people in Nepal are suffering from food crisis.
- A young chicken: also used as a pet name for children.