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Govt approves to get more land for Gautam Buddha Regional International airport

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KATHMANDU — The government has endorsed the Tourism Ministry’s proposal to obtain more land for Gautam Buddha Regional International airport.

The Cabinet on Tuesday has approved to acquire an extra 288 bighas of land for the construction of the Airport in Bhairahawa.

According to Tourism Secretary Prem Rai, the government will soon start the procedure of conducting a survey for the land acquisition.

“The plan to acquire the additional land is aimed at avoiding any possible congestion at the international airport in future. The airport will also require a larger space for a radar station, security base and runway,” he said.

The ministry has stated Rs9.74 billion rupees required to procure the land in its proposal.

This is the second land obtaining proposal endorsed by the Cabinet for the airport project in the last three months.

On January 13, the Cabinet had permitted the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) to procure 140 bighas, and the government had put aside Rs2.49 billion for remuneration installments to land owners.

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Visitors can enjoy paragliding and other activities in Nuwakot Festival





NUWAKOT — Visitors can enjoy paragliding, rafting, helicopter excursion and elephant safari among a host of activities in course of the Fifth Nuwakot Mahotsav that is taking place here from February 28 to March 10.

The mahotsav or festival will also feature the traditional bull fighting. The paragliding will be organised from the historic Seven-storied Palace premises while the river rafting will take place in the Trishuli River.

Likewise, the helicopter excursion would be organised to the major spots in the district including a mountain flight from Mt Ganesh to Gosainkunda.

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The Nuwakot Chamber of Commerce and Industry is organising the festival with the objective of promoting the local culture, tradition and tourism. The Mahotsav will be held in Bidur, Nuwakot.

All preparations except for some managerial matters for the festival have been completed, said Tara Bahadur Karki, president of Nuwakot Chamber of Commerce and Industry at a news conference here on Thursday.

Karki said that there would be 275 stalls including the stalls showcasing the local agricultural and handicraft products.

Also on sale would be the famous Kaanchi badam (groundnut) from Trishuli, the rice grains from Shikharbesi, the trout fish and strawberry from Kakani and the ground apple from Kispang.

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