Headline News November 01, 2016

November 01, 2016

India, Nepal to decide on open skies
The Hindu
India is set to hold bilateral talks with its neighbouring Nepal under its new civil aviation policy to allow unlimited flight services with SAARC countries.

Bill allows Tibetan stateless nationals to stay in Taiwan
Focus Taiwan News Channel
The existing bill allows only stateless nationals from Tibet who entered Taiwan from India and Nepal between May 21, 1999 and Dec. 31, 2008 to stay.

Federal data: More trying to sneak into US from China, India, Nepal
Lowell Sun
The arrests of more than 8,000 people from India, China, Romania, Bangladesh and Nepal between October 2015 and the end of August is offering a …
Q&A with ‘Unwritten’ creator Shukri Toefy
‘Unwritten: A Visual Journey of Nepal’ is a visually stunning cinematic account of The Rainmakers Journal founder Shukri Toefy’s journey across the …

Selsey man set to take on adventure of a lifetime for charity
Chichester Observer
A Selsey man is set to undertake an expedition to Nepal to climb a … unclimbed peak of around 6,000 meters in the Rolwaling region of Nepal.

Nepal Storyteller Uses Photos and Few Lines to Reveal Lives
New York Times
It started with a photograph of a smirking, young man wearing a heavy-metal band T-shirt and selling tea on the streets of Kathmandu. It has become a wildly popular blog chronicling street life in the Himalayan nation of Nepal…

Ferocious Beauty: Wrathful Deities from Tibet and Nepal
The Walters Art Museum
All members get an exclusive morning preview of Ferocious Beauty: Wrathful Deities from Tibet and Nepal before it opens to the public.

Forget Pakistani tea-seller, check out the beautiful ‘Tarkariwali’, vegetable seller girl in Nepal
Financial Express
Photos of the girl were clicked by a photographer of Nepal and posted on the social media and these have broken the Net, virtually. So far she has …

Paramedics going wild to help give vital medical care
Bundaberg News Mail
Steve Whitfield and Mick Stuth, both based in Agnes Water, are getting prepared to organise the next few round s of their 15-day trips to Nepal as part …