Biratnagar

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amp medical

25,000 students study in Purbanchal University in various Fields like Engineering, Management, Education, Information Technology, etc. '''International School & Medical College:''' '''Universities and Colleges:''' *Purbanchal University * Mahendra Morang Multiple Campus, (affiliated to the Tribhuvan University) * Tribhuvan University Post Graduate College * Purbanchal University Management College '''Medical Colleges:''' * TUIOM, Nursing Campus Biratnagar (Affiliated to Tribhuvan


including young

and is surrounded with hills and Bhedetar is famous view point. Religious fare Biratnagar is equally famous for its high-spirited festival celebration. In Dashain, Nepal's biggest festival, large number of people including young persons visit the Kali Mandir, a temple that lies in the heart of the town. Also famous is Tihar (Tihar (festival)), festival of lights, when the residents line their homes with diyo (an earthen oil lamp), candles and decorative electrical lamps during the two days


industry education

align right 166,674 agro-industry, education, trade transport Hub - Political activism M.K. Nepal joined the communist movement in 1969 . In the underground struggle, he used party names such as 'Subodh', 'Sunil', 'Ranjan' and 'Bibek'. In 1971 he became a district committee member of the Nepal Revolutionary Organisation (Marxist-Leninist). At a conference held in Biratnagar June 7–8, 1975, M.K. Nepal was elected as a bureau member of the All Nepal


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; Brief History of Nepal Airlines retrieved 28 August 2010 In 1966 a turboprop Fokker F27 was added to the airline's fleet. In 1970 RNAC acquired its first Hawker Siddley HS-748 (HS-748) followed by Twin Otter's in 1971 and Boeing 727's in 1972. Two Boeing 757s gradually replaced the airline's Boeing 727s in 1987. *25 January 1970 - RNA Fokker F27 Fokker


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* Biratnagar *Homepage * * News Category:Biratnagar Category:Morang District Category:Populated places in Morang District Category:Transit and customs posts along the India–Nepal border Category:Populated places in Mithila, Nepal - BIR VNVT Biratnagar Airport


community development

, there are 22 agreed transit and customs posts along the Nepal-India border for the purposes of trade. These are: 1. Pashupatinagar (Pashupatinagar, Mechi) Sukhiapokhari (Sukhiapokhri) 2.Kakarbhitta (Kankarbhitta) Naxalbari (Naxalbari (community development block)) (Panitanki) 3. Bhadrapur (Bhadrapur, Mechi) Galgalia 4. Biratnagar Jogbani 5. Setobandha Bhimnagar (Bhimnagar, Supaul) 6. '''Rajbiraj''' Kunauli 7. Siraha, Janakpur (Siraha) Jainagar, Bihar

and customs posts along the Nepal-India border for the purposes of trade. These are: 1. Pashupatinagar (Pashupatinagar, Mechi) Sukhiapokhari (Sukhiapokhri) 2.Kakarbhitta (Kankarbhitta) Naxalbari (Naxalbari (community development block)) (Panitanki) 3. Bhadrapur (Bhadrapur, Mechi) Galgalia 4. Biratnagar Jogbani 5. Setobandha Bhimnagar (Bhimnagar, Supaul) 6. Rajbiraj Kunauli 7. Siraha, Janakpur (Siraha) Jayanagar (Jainagar, Bihar) 8

website http: www.purbanuniv.edu.np Border crossing While India and Nepal have an open border with no restrictions on the movement of people on either side, there are 22 agreed transit and customs posts along the Nepal-India border for the purposes of trade. These are: 1. Pashupatinagar (Pashupatinagar, Mechi) Sukhiapokhari (Sukhiapokhri) 2.Kakarbhitta (Kankarbhitta) Naxalbari (Naxalbari (community development block)) (Panitanki) 3. Bhadrapur (Bhadrapur, Mechi) Galgalia


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* Wikipedia:Biratnagar


famous view

and is surrounded with hills and Bhedetar is famous view point. Religious fare Biratnagar is equally famous for its high-spirited festival celebration. In Dashain, Nepal's biggest festival, large number of people including young persons visit the Kali Mandir, a temple that lies in the heart of the town. Also famous is Tihar (Tihar (festival)), festival of lights, when the residents line their homes with diyo (an earthen oil lamp), candles and decorative electrical lamps during the two days


Nepalgunj

Jayanagar 8. Jaleswar (Jaleswor) Bhitamore, Sursand 9. Malangawa Sonbarsa (Sonbarsa, Sitamarhi) 10. Gaur (Gaur, Nepal) Bairgania 11. Birganj Raxaul 12. Bhairahawa (Siddharthanagar) Nautanwa 13.Taulihawa Khunwa 14. Krishnanagar (Krishnanagar, Nepal) Barhni (Barhani Bazar) 15. Koilabas Jarwa 16. Nepalgunj Rupaidiha (Nepalgunj Road) 17. Rajapur Katerniyaghat 18. Prithivipur Sati (Kailali) Tikonia 19. Dhangadhi

- **Bharatpur (Bharatpur, Nepal) - Bharatpur Airport **Biratnagar - Biratnagar Airport **Dhangadhi - Dhangadhi Airport *Domestic scheduled destinations: Biratnagar, Kathmandu, Nepalgunj. Necon Air operated flights to Pokhara, Bhadrapur, Biratnagar, Bhadrapur, Simara, Bhairawa, Janakpur and Nepalgunj, and Patna and Varanasi in India. - Biratnagar Morang District Morang

. Jaleswar (Jaleswor) Bhitamore, Sursand 9. Malangawa Sonbarsa (Sonbarsa, Sitamarhi) 10. Gaur (Gaur, Nepal) Bairgania 11. Birganj Raxaul 12. Bhairahawa (Siddharthanagar) Nautanwa 13.Taulihawa Khunwa 14. Krishnanagar (Krishnanagar, Nepal) Barhni (Barhani Bazar) 15. Koilabas '''Jarwa''' 16. Nepalgunj Rupaidiha (Nepalgunj Road) 17. Rajapur Katerniyaghat 18. Prithivipur Sati (Kailali) Tikonia 19. Dhangadhi Gauriphanta 20


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Nehru . History The airline was established in July 1958 as Royal Nepal Airlines Corporation with one Douglas DC-3. At the beginning, its services were limited to Simara, Pokhara, Biratnagar and Indian cities such as Patna, Calcutta and Delhi. In 1961 Pilatus Porter STOL aircraft joined the fleet and in 1963 12-seater Chinese Fong Shou-2 Harvester (AN-2)'s were brought into service, opening up the Kingdom's more remote routes. Brief History of Nepal Airlines retrieved 28 August 2010 In 1966 a turboprop Fokker F27 was added to the airline's fleet. In 1970 RNAC acquired its first Hawker Siddley HS-748 (HS-748) followed by Twin Otter's in 1971 and Boeing 727's in 1972. Two Boeing 757s gradually replaced the airline's Boeing 727s in 1987. *25 January 1970 - RNA Fokker F27-200 (Fokker F27) (9N-AAR) after a flight from Kathmandu, was caught in severe thunderstorms with turbulence and down draughts on final approach to Delhi (Palam Airport (Indira Gandhi International Airport)). The pilot couldn't control the aircraft and crashed short of the runway. Of the five crew and 18 passengers only one crew member was killed. *10 June 1973 - RNA De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter on a flight from Biratnagar to Kathmandu, was taken over by three hijackers of Nepali Congress party who demanded money and escaped after landing in Bihar, India. None of the three crew and 18 passengers were injured. *15 October 1973 - RNA De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter 300 (De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter) (9N-ABG) was damaged beyond repair at Lukla Airport. the three crew and three passengers were unhurt. Wikipedia:Biratnagar

Biratnagar

'''Biratnagar''' ( ) is a Sub-Metropolitan City (List of cities in Nepal) located in south-east Nepal, the country's first largest city with total area of 58.48 km 2 and population of 261,125 according to National Population Census 2011. It is connected to indian transportation like railway roadways etc. Biratnagar is the hometown of many influential leaders in Nepalese politics including the Koirala family and others. The city and its suburbs are Nepal's industrial powerhouse. It is located on the Gangetic plains and the land is very fertile. Hence, Biratnagar has traditionally been an agricultural hub and many of its industries are based on agriculture. It also touches the border with India and is a major centre for cross-border trade and commerce. Biratnagar is a good hub for tourism purpose nearby. It is an agricultural place because it lies in Terai region which is also called the granary of Nepal.

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