Nepal completes laying optical fibre at Nepal-China border
With an aim to boost Nepal-China connectivity, Nepal Telecom has completed laying optical fibre to Rasuwagadi area from Kathmandu at the Nepal-China border.
Nepal Telecom (NT), the state-owned Nepalese telecommunication company, has completed laying optical fibre to Rasuwagadi area at the Nepal-China border from the capital city Kathmandu, with an eye to boosting Nepal-China connectivity. ”We completed laying optical fibre to Nepal-China border point Rasuwagadi from Kathmandu via Galchhi of Dhading district and Dhunche of Rasuwa district three days ago. This has paved the way for interconnecting service of the NT with the China Telecom,” NT spokesperson Pratibha Vaidya told Xinhua news agency on Saturday.
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the Aerial Cinema experts at Teton Gravity Research release the first ultra HD footage of the Himalayas, shot from above 20,000 ft, with the GSS C520 system. It is said to be the most advanced Gyro-Stabilized camera system in the world. Filmed from a helicopter with a crew flying from Kathmandu at 4,600 to 24,000 ft.
Breathtaking. Never seen the Himalayas so beautiful. With Mt. Everest and nearby peaks.
Must watch video. Full screen.