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Published on: 2018-03-09     511 times read    0  Comments

Panchakanya Group Supports Everest Expedition Team

March 9: Panchakanya Group has provided financial assistance to a group of women journalists attempting to scale the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest, this season.

Organising a function at the office of Panchakanya Group, the company extended its best wishes to the team comprising of journalists Rosha Basnet (National News Agency), Priya Laxmi Karki (News 24), Rojita Buddhacharya (Nepal Television), Deurali Chamling (freelancer) and Kalpana Maharjan (Megha Television).

Issuing a press statement, the company said that Panchakanya Group’s Managing Director Pradeep Kumar Shrestha handed over a cheque of Rs 200,000 to Dreamers Destination Trek and Expedition, which will lead the expedition, during the function on Tuesday, March 6.

The company also wished success for the team which will climb Everest in April under the banner of Federation of Nepalese Journalists.

Panchakanya Group said it has been supporting such causes under its corporate social responsibility.

 


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