KATHMANDU — A chartered flight of Nepal Airlines, flew to Kabul to bring mortal remains of Kabul attack victims, has taken off from Kabul International Airport.
The NAC RA 2442 Airbus left for Kabul at 3 am. According to a flightradar, which provides live updates about flights, the NAC plane has already taken off from the KIA.
The flight has also airlifted 24 migrant Nepalis in Afghanistan wishing to return home after the attack, MoFA stated on its tweet.
The flight was scheduled to take off at around 11 am but was delayed by an hour and expected to land at Tribhuvan International Airport at 3:00 PM today.
The bodies will be received by PM KP Sharma Oli at Tribhuvan International Airport.
Earlier, the government decided to send a chartered flight as the bodies have to be brought in Kabul International Airport via three connecting flights.
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Balmiki Education Foundation School students develop robot
BHADRAPUR— Students from Balmiki Education Foundation based in Birtamodh, Jhapa have developed several instruments including robot, drone and censor car.
Eighth grader Roshan Kumar Saha and his colleagues made a robot at the cost of Rs 180,000.
The robot developed by the students was kept at Science Exhibition of the school on Monday.