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  • News Archives

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  • Nepal

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  • Science & Technology

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  • Business

    Transporters submit vehicle keys to banks

    KATHMANDU, JULY 7 Agitating transport entrepreneurs have started submitting keys of their vehicles to banks and financial institutions, stating that they are not in a position to repay loans and interest at the moment as public transportation service has been completely halted for almost four mon...