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Nepal: Country Profile

Area: Approximately 147,000 sq km, stretching 800km from east to west and from 90 to 230km north to south.
Population: 29 million (World Bank).
Capital city: Kathmandu. Population of about 990,000 in the city itself. Believed to be approximately 1.8m in the fertile Kathmandu Valley. (from World Gazetteer 2010)
Peoples: Indigenous peoples include Gurung, Limbu, Newar, Rai, Sherpa, Tamang and Tharu with diverse smaller groups. Major caste groups are the Brahmins and Chhetris. Large numbers of Indians and some Tibetans make their home in the country.
Language(s): Nepali 58% (official language), Newari 3%, mainly in Kathmandu. Tibeto- Burman languages (20%) mainly in the hill areas, and Indian-related languages (20%) mainly in the Terai areas bordering India. Nepal has over 30 Languages and over a hundred dialects.
Religion(s): Officially 90% Hindu, 8% Buddhist and 4% Muslim – but accurate figures are not available. Hinduism and Buddhism overlap considerably in Nepal. Estimates suggest that there are some 400,000 Christians in the country.
Currency: Nepalese Rupee (NPR) which is pegged to the Indian Rupee.

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Sherpa guide trying to reach top of the world for 22nd time?The ... - Asahi Shim...
Asahi Shimbun Sherpa guide trying to reach top of the world for 22nd time?The ... Asahi Shimbun KATHMANDU, Nepal --Three men have climbed to the top of the world 21 times, all of them mountain gui.Valley News - Sherpa Guide Targets Record 22nd Everest AscentValley News all 2 news articles &...
Finance and growth: Getting grasp of the link - Himalayan Times
Himalayan Times Finance and growth: Getting grasp of the link Himalayan Times However, countries like Nepal are lacking in both policy formulation as well as implementation. Weak regulatory bodies, corruptions and ineffective monitoring system could be some of the reasons for the sluggish deve...
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Nepal\'s mountains should be made safer for climbers - The Nation - The Nation
Nepal's mountains should be made safer for climbers - The Nation The Nation April 18, 2014 started out as just a regular day for Abiral Rai, a young mountain guide. But it became a time of unexpected horror when he bore witness to an avalanche that swept through the Everest region. In this a...
Nepse ends losing streak, up 30.1pts - Money - The Kathmandu Post - The Kathmand...
The Kathmandu Post Nepse ends losing streak, up 30.1pts - Money - The Kathmandu Post The Kathmandu Post Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) bounced back after a bleak few weeks, gaining 30.1 points to close at 1,250.39 points last week, as the government promised to adopt policy reform in the stock mar...
US-Bangla plane crash insurance: Each victim may get up to Rs20m ... - The Kathm...
The Kathmandu Post US-Bangla plane crash insurance: Each victim may get up to Rs20m ... The Kathmandu Post Families of the victims of US-Bangla plane crash are each entitled to get up to Rs20.06 million (Tk 16 million) in compensation from the airlines and its insurers under international aviati...
 
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