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KATHMANDU: NIC Bank opened its 33rd branch at Sandhikharka in Argahkhachi district on Tuesday. The branch will provide a full range of products and services including loans, deposits, transaction banking services, card payments, Internet and mobile banking. The bank has recently installed ATMs in malls such as City Centre and Bluebird, making it a total of 29 ATMs throughout the country. The ATMs can be accessed by anyone with SCT Card, Visa Card or Master Card of any domestic or international bank.

Qatar Airways

KATHMANDU: Qatar Airways has continued its European expansion drive, launching scheduled flights to Brussels with Belgium’s Prime Minister officially welcoming the inaugural service. Flight QR 941 arrived at Brussels International Airport to a welcome ceremony attended by the Belgian Premier Yves Leterme, government officials and the dignitaries. Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker led a high-profile delegation on the inaugural non-stop flight from the airline’s operational hub in Doha, the capital of the State of Qatar. The addition of Brussels strengthens Qatar Airways’ European presence to 24 destinations, representing 25 per cent of the carrier’s global network that also spans the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and North and South America.

Mashreq in Nepal

KATHMANDU: Mashreq, one of the leading UAE national financial institutions, announced the opening of its representative office in Nepal. Over the last few years, Mashreq has been offering a range of correspondent banking services to various banks in Nepal, which led to the opening of its offices. The representative office in Nepal will communicate and constantly support the cross-border requirements of banks in Nepal.

Poultry training

KATHMANDU: Nimbus, a pioneer in pellet feed in Nepal and Nepal Veterinary Association, recently conducted biosecurity trainings to poultry farmers of western Nepal. Day-long training was conducted in Madan Pokhara of Palpa, Batulechwor, Hyangja, Lekhnath and Dulegaunda of Kaski, Dumre of Tanahun and in Baglung from January 20 to January 28. Altogether 350 farmers were given training for free. The subject of training included poultry farm management, biosecurity at farms and vaccination in poultry.

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