• tourism in nepal
    industries.      3. Transportation Problem: Nepal is landlocked country which is situated China in the North and India in the south.Nepal has so many mountains which is concerned as problems for transportation.so roads and aviation are the major way or modes of transportation. In Nepal there are only two...
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    role in the overall development and socio-economic transformation of a country. In Nepal, road transport has predominant role because it is the only means for public transportation except the limited air service to some part of the country which is not affordable to common people. Therefore, Road...
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  • Energy and Technological Assessment for Prospective Eelctrical Railway Technology in Nepal
    of road links are under pipeline. The transportation sectors accounts for the largest of fossil fuels. The fossil fuel is not a available resources to Nepal. The economy of Nepal is highly depended on imports. All the transactions with foreign countries had to start with the land transport means...
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  • Shan Chen
    , find some deficiencies of development of transportation of Tibet, which should be concerned. According to these deficiencies, effective strategy should be made to cope with these problems. These strategies include improvement of road transport, railway transport, air transport and transport...
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  • Finance
    trade. Talks over transit cover several arenas. Firstly, export by India, Nepal or Bhutan to any third country, using Bangladeshi space and second, transportation of goods from one part of India to another. While the first is an issue of transit, the second is known as a corridor facility. Objections...
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  • Trail Bridge in Nepal
    What is Trail Bridge? For any country to develop and prosper infrastructure is needed. And transport infrastructure is globally recognized as the must for development. Due to the physiological difficulties road transport is only the feasible and viable means of transportation in Nepal...
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  • potato plantation
    bags v. Transportation Transportation is the most expensive process for tuber marketing. Potato growers have to carry bags of potatoes from their field or store to the road head on their back or on horses. Sometimes they needs to wait for 2-3 days at the road head to find a vehicle. Once...
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    Comparison of Accommodation for Disabled People with a third world country: Nepal is a developing country with almost half its population living below the poverty line. While in Nepal, individuals with disabilities may find accessibility and accommodation very different from what one finds in the...
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    manufacturing hubs to the country due to the surrounding countries. Being that Nepal is surrounded by two of the most populous countries in the world in India and China; it would seem that Nepal should be a mecca for business; especially for us, considering that the main mode of transportation in...
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  • Economic Development in Nepal
    to its tourists. Tourism services are the main source of income to the industry and hence should be the prime focus of the government of Nepal. Major Tourism Services 2.3.1 Transportation Transportation is a major concern as the infrastructure for road transport is very poor. Also...
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  • A Project on “Energy and Technological Assessment for Prospective Railway Technology in Nepal“
    transportation, i.e. waterways is almost out of blue for Nepal. The main transports in Nepal are roadways. Still a lot of road links are under pipeline. The transportation sectors accounts for the largest of fossil fuels. The fossil fuel is not a available resources to Nepal. The economy of Nepal is highly...
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  • Regulation of Icd's in India
    decides whether the land can be granted to build dry ports and has direct implications on the costs Policies and regulations relevant to dry ports Encourage mode shift cargoes from road to rail to create more environmentally friendly transport. Development of dry ports inevitably have environmental...
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  • Report Proposal
    activities. However, the impact of positive side of Kathmandu is the main gateway to the technology for other cities of Nepal. Kathmandu city is also a model urban city for the rest of the cities in Nepal. The awareness and problem created in road widening, irregularity in housing permit...
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  • Business Proposal
    highlighting the Nepalese art, culture, bio-diversity and stakeholder business. The main opportunities of Nepal tourism year 2011 are to develop the rural areas of Nepal. Also development of the infrastructure e.g. roads, electricity, water supply, hospital, education, communication and so on. It...
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  • Nepal Tourism Year 2011
    :  Invest in transportation systems including airports, railways and roads to connect different tourist resorts in Nepal. These investments are in line with those required in Country level. (Nepal Ministry of Tourism, Nepal Government)  Invest in ICT infrastructure to allow better connectivity...
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  • Nepal
    . www.infoplease.com/nepal Nepal is among the poorest and least developed country. Half of its population is below poverty level. Till 1951 Nepal was without schools, hospitals, roads, communication, electrical power, civil service as well as industry. After that Nepal Economy has come a long way. Rural...
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  • World Countries
    poverty in Bhutan, while high external and domestic transport costs constrain the country’s economic and social development. Roads. Road transport is the dominant mode of transportation for passengers and freight within the country and to the neighboring states of India. The country’s vehicle fleet...
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  • Road Accident
    too invariably exacting heavy toll on the life of the people. Though the comparative statistics are not available at hand to tell clearly about the situation, the road accident updates carried by local media indicate that Nepal should top the countries where such fatal eventualities kill more...
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  • Marketing Plan of Footwear
    . Promotional Strategies 20 8.5. Marketing Budget 20 8.6. Sales Forecasting 20 9. Conclusion 21 Executive Summary Riding a bike in cities of Nepal gives goose bumps as it is filled with puddles and rough roads. The scenario is even worst in the hilly roads where it is either all muddy or full of...
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  • Kathmandu
    Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal is the place I call my hometown. With many cultural heritages, natural beauties and diverse culture, its is a city where one can experience the modern and ancient events mingled with each other. Geographically situated between 27°38’32” to 27°45’7” North latitudes...
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