Kathmandu: A Yeti Airlines plane has crashed in Pokhara. The Yeti Airlines ATR-72 plane crashed. The plane had flown for Pokhara from Kathmandu at 10.33 am today.
Yeti Airlines spokesman Suman Bartaula said that two pilots, two air hostesses and 68 passengers were on board to ill-fated plane.
Chief District Officer of Kaski, Tek Bahadur KC informed RSS that the hospital and ambulances have been alerted after information was received that a plane has crashed on the Seti river gorge.
Province Chief Pariyar terms Maghi as a unique festival linking all regions
Chief of Karnali Province Tilak Pariyar has said that Maghi festival is a unique festival linking mountainous, hilly and tarai in the country.
In a message of greetings today on the occasion of Maghi festival of the Tharu community and Maghe Sankranti of the Magar community, the Province Chief has extended best wishes to all Nepalis at home and abroad on this occasion.
Pariyar has said that Maghi festival carries a unique identity to maintain cultural and friendly relations of all parts and regions in the country.
This festival has united all Nepalis in a single thread adding that the festival has contributed to the broader acceptability of the Constitution of Nepal while uniting all communities.
Pariyar has expressed the confidence that this festival would encourage one and all to unite for the country’s development by strengthening our national unity, pride and cultural relations.