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Danube Home set to open its first showroom in Mauritius

Khaleejtimes 04 Aug 2022
Danube Home is currently present across 12 countries including UAE, Oman, Egypt, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Rwanda, Uganda, Nepal, Sudan, Nigeria and India. The company is planning to open eight showrooms across the globe – including two in India, one each in Abu Dhabi, Bangladesh, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Zambia and Senegal in the next six months.
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Danube Home signs partnership with Hyvec to enter Mauritius

Gulf Daily News 03 Aug 2022
Danube Home International’s expansion in Mauritius comes a few months after its foray into Nepal and Bangladesh, making it one of the fastest-growing home décor businesses in the Middle East ... Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Rwanda, Uganda, Nepal, Sudan, Nigeria and India.
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Congo and beyond: Highest deaths in UN peacekeeping missions from India

DNA India 28 Jul 2022
The UN has undertaken 71 peacekeeping operations since 1948, and at present, has close to 75,000 personnel drawn from 121 countries deployed in conflict zones across the globe – mostly in Africa ... Nepal (5,782), and India (5,581), as shown in UN data as of April 30, 2022.
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Smarten power systems: Energy storage space gets a green boost

Financial Express 04 Jul 2022
In recent years, the energy sector has seen a significant transformation. Climate change and the depletion of natural resources have stressed the necessity of moving from non-renewable to renewable energy sources ... “Customers across the globe, especially in Nepal, Bangladesh, and Dubai, are choosing Smarten’s innovative products ... .
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Bhutanese-Nepali refugees celebrate literature as a way to preserve culture

The Columbus Dispatch 28 Jun 2022
Haami tai bhawana bokera purkako desh Nepal ghumyo ... We carried that emotion with us when we went to Nepal ... The Literature Council of Bhutan was founded in the refugee camps in Nepal in 1993, and has been a source of continuity amidst great changes since then as the community spread across the globe during resettlement.
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Rapidly melting glaciers may force Nepal to shift Mt. Everest base camp

Anadolu Agency 17 Jun 2022
Melting glaciers are forcing authorities in Nepal to consider the possibility of shifting the base camp for the world’s highest mountain. For decades, mountaineers from around the globe summited Mt ... Following the observations, he added, Nepal’s national authority for mountaineering will submit a report to the government.
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Norwegian climber sets her sights on 14 peaks record

Arab News 13 Jun 2022
KATHMANDU, Nepal. A Norwegian climber is on track to beat the time record for summiting the globe’s 14 highest peaks, part of her quest to change how the mountaineering world views women athletes ... Out of nearly a thousand climbers who visited Nepal’s famed Himalayan peaks this year, only around a fifth were women, according to Nepali government data.
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Norwegian climber eyes 14 peaks record

Manila Standard 12 Jun 2022
Kathmandu, Nepal—A Norwegian climber is on track to beat the time record for summiting the globe’s 14 highest peaks, part of her quest to change how the mountaineering world views women athletes ... Out of nearly a thousand climbers who visited Nepal’s famed Himalayan peaks this year, only around a fifth were women, according to Nepali government data.
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IAF officer hoists Tricolour, sings National Anthem on Mount Everest | Watch

Hindustan Times 31 May 2022
"The arduous expedition started from Kathmandu, Nepal on April 15 with team members from across the globe ... ....
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Dr Binod Chaudhary among Forbes List of Wealthiest Billionaires 2022; Tops with USD 1.5 Billion

Beijing News 21 Apr 2022
He is also the sole billionaire from Nepal alongside India in all of South Asia. Dr Binod Chaudhary's determination to expand his ancestral business across the globe has catapulted him into one of Nepal's most innovative changemakers ... And contrary to popular belief, he proved an entrepreneur can do business in Nepal and still emerge a billionaire.
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This golfer went from can’t-miss prospect to living in the jungle. This week, he’s back

Golf 14 Apr 2022
Morgan Hoffmann is playing on the PGA Tour this week for the first time since 2019. Getty Images. Morgan Hoffmann hasn’t played a PGA Tour event since 2019 ... Where exactly has Hoffmann been? It’s complicated ... Lifestyle ... Josh Sens ... He’s trekked the globe to treat the ailment, going as far as Nepal in search of some sort of healing ... ....
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AI-based e-learning platform InstaPreps by 7Classes raises undisclosed seed round

Business Line 31 Mar 2022
The start-up plans to utilise the funds to expand its app InstaPreps, ramp up its marketing activities, enhance its technology and add new features ... The Start-up’s offerings ... Currently, it has downloads from over 2,500 cities across the globe including India, UAE, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Philippines, Myanmar, Africa, the US, Iraq and Iran.
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Healing strangers in the middle of a war zone

Cleveland Jewish News 28 Mar 2022
For a moment, Yoel Har-Even was distracted. He was speaking via Zoom from Israel’s “Shining Star” field hospital in western Ukraine, and a siren had begun to wail outside ... It is a necessary precaution ... Photo by Naama Frank Azriel ... “She said, ‘I never stopped you from going on missions around the globe. You went to Africa, to India, to Nepal, to Kosovo ... .
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Smarten Records a Sale of 1 Million Sine-wave Inverter Batteries

The Eastern Herald 19 Mar 2022
Mr ... Customers across the globe, especially in Nepal, Bangladesh, and Dubai, are choosing Smarten’s innovative products ... Commenting on the growth, Mr ... Backed by a team of over 300 technologists and dignitaries in power, Smarten is now well-known across many countries in the world, including India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Dubai, Nigeria ... ft ... ft.

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