Kathmandu, November 6:
The Indian government has pledged to set up a digital INSAT ground receiving station in Nepal.
The offer is part of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed between Nepal and India on bilateral co-operation programme.
A statement released by the Indian embassy today said the project would enhance the tele-clock service for the Nepali Standard Time.
It also said the establishment of a super computer, a science learning centre and projects related with science are also in the pipeline under the bilateral science and technology co-operation programme.
A four-member delegation of Nepali scientists led by senior divisional meteorologist of the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology left on a five-day tour to India yesterday.