Monday, June 21, 2010

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Sunday, May 30, 2010

SLC result 2067 :

The SLC examination for 2067 BS has not been taken yet.So, result is not available. Result will be published in this site as soon as it is published.

last year SLC result is here..SLC result 2066

SLC 2067 first division : link
SLC 2067 Second Division : link (Second devision part 1 and part 2 link available in top of sidebar.)
SLC 2067 pass division : link

more over when result is publish we will update it as soon as earliest.

SLC result 2068 (click here to download please)

thankx you

Monday, May 3, 2010


New Delhi, April 24, 2010 Kingfisher Airlines, India’s only Five Star Airline rated by Skytrax, today announced the launch of 2 new additional international routes - New Delhi to Kathmandu and New Delhi to Dubai.

With the launch of these new flights, the total number of international destinations that Kingfisher Airlines flies to from New Delhi goes up to five. The other three international destinations that Kingfisher Airlines flies to out of New Delhi are London, Bangkok and Hong Kong.

The flights on all these routes are being operated with Kingfisher Airlines’ modern fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft. The flights on the New Delhi-Dubai route will feature a dual-class cabin with five star luxury on Kingfisher First and Kingfisher Class, the premium economy service, while the flights on the New Delhi-Kathmandu and Mumbai-Dubai route will feature Kingfisher Class.

In Kingfisher First, guests can expect to be pampered with the first-of-its-kind luxury right from the airport to on-board comforts, gourmet cuisine and in-flight entertainment. The award-winning Kingfisher experience includes roomy seats with a wide seat pitch and ample leg room, in-flight entertainment, gourmet cuisine, specially trained international cabin crew and a host of on-board comforts.

Commenting on the launch of these new international routes, Dr. Vijay Mallya, Chairman and CEO, Kingfisher Airlines Limited said, “I am delighted to announce the launch of three new international routes including the launch of Kingfisher Airlines’ maiden service between New Delhi and Kathmandu. Kingfisher Airlines has redefined the whole experience of flying and with the launch of these new flights, discerning flyers on these popular international routes will now have the choice of traveling with India’s favourite airline. “

Kingfisher Airlines has the largest network in India and flies to many cities that are served exclusively by Kingfisher Airlines. The New Delhi-Kathmandu flight offers excellent connectivity with Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai, Leh and London amongst other cities. Kingfisher Airlines’ guests will now be able to fly in from these cities and easily connect with the New Delhi-Kathmandu flight. Guests flying in from Kathmandu to New Delhi will get easy and convenient connections to Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad.

The New Delhi-Dubai flight offers excellent connectivity with Pune, Jammu, Srinagar, Chandigarh, Guwahati, Amritsar and others. Kingfisher Airlines’ guests will now be able to fly in from these cities and easily connect with the Mumbai-Dubai and New Delhi-Dubai flights.

Kingfisher Airlines caters to all segments of air travel ranging from low-fare service - Kingfisher Red, to the premium economy service - Kingfisher Class, to the luxurious Kingfisher First. As India’s market-leading airline, Kingfisher Airlines offers the maximum number of flights offered by any single airline network in India. Kingfisher Airlines connects 61 cities in India and 8 international destinations and has over 390 daily departures with a fleet of 66 aircraft.

Sustained Increase in Tourist Visitor to Nepal

Press Release
May 2, 2010

The figures released by Immigration Office, Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) reveal that visitor arrivals in the month of April 2010, compared to the same month last year, have increased by 2.3% to 38,694.

The arrivals from South Asian region, except for the arrivals from India and Sri Lanka, have gained overall positive growth of 4.9% with Bangladesh (71.2%) and Pakistan (35.1%) registering positive growth. Visitor arrivals from India, which is the largest source market for Nepal, which registered sustained growth since the beginning of 2010, witnessed soft decline by 2.6%. Visitor arrivals from Sri Lanka have declined by 21.5%. A robust growth of 15.9% has been observed in the arrivals from the South Asian region during the first four months of 2010, in comparison to the same period last year.

In April 2010, there has been sustained growth of 45.3% in visitor arrivals from China which is one of the fastest growing tourist markets for Nepal. Similarly arrivals from Asia (other than South Asia) have maintained the upward trend. Visitor arrivals from Malaysia and South Korea, have registered a positive growth of 14.2%, and 20.3% respectively. Visitor arrivals in the first four months of 2010 from Asia (other than South Asia), as compared to the same period last year, have grown by 32.4% in aggregate.

The figures also show increasing trend in the visitor arrivals from the United States of America and Canada with a growth of 3% and 8.3% respectively. However Australia and New Zealand have registered negative growth by 15% and 9.3% respectively.

European markets registered negative growth of 5.5% with major destinations showing mixed reaction in terms of visitor arrivals. Arrivals from Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Italy, Poland and Russia are up by 5.7%, 61.4%, 4%, 15.5%, 67.2% and 11.6% respectively.

However, other destinations in Western Europe have posted weaker arrivals figures.
Arrivals from the UK, Germany, and the Netherlands have declined by 15.1%, 3.9%, and 11.2% respectively.

This is the eleventh consecutive month Nepal has witnessed growth in the international tourist arrivals and this confirms the improved prospects for Nepal in the year 2010 with rising business and consumer confidence. In the first four months of 2010 a robust 21% of cumulative growth has been observed in comparison to the same period last year.

A total of 49,096 foreign tourists departed from TIA in April 2010.The number of Nepalese arrivals stood at 50,672 while 66,757 Nepalese departed from TIA in April 2010.

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