|Founded||12 July 2013 |
by Ranjit Kapoor, Noor Alam Baadshah & Sumed Kushwaha
|Slogan||The Sound Of Boarder|
|Headquarters||Simraungadh, Bara, Nepal|
|National & International|
|12 July 2013|
|Affiliation||World Radio Network|
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Radio Baadal (Nepali: ne:रेडियो बादल ) is a Nepalese state-owned radio station. It broadcasts music and news. The station was established on July 12, 2013. It attempts to safeguard the basic principle of public interest and the public’s right to be informed as the prime public broadcaster of the country.
Radio Baadal established on July 12, 2013 with Slogan "The Sound Border" with Radio Band 89 MHz at Simraungadh Bara.
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Radio Baadal is the Private media. state-owned Radio broadcasting by the chief of Radiant Media Service Mr. Ranjit Kapoor, The Famous Rj, Mr. Noor Alam Baadshah and Sumed Kushwaha under the Narayani media Pvt. Ltd. , which was established on July 12, 2013 with Slogan "The Sound Border" with Radio Band 89 MHz at Simraungadh Bara.
Regular broadcasts last for eighteen hours every day, which includes Many kinds of program that accepted by the Society and benefit for the Society, Different types of songs like Bhojpuri, Hindi, Nepali For entertaining, as well as advertisement. However, on public Special days, there is an additional programs perform on the demand of public or listener, it also provide prompt and accurate coverage of all national and international news including political, economic and social highlights in a balanced and objective manner. It attempts to safeguard the basic principle of public interest and the public's right to be informed as the prime public broadcaster of the country.
For easy to listen all over the world this Radio Baadal broadcasts on the Online  and many applications like Hamro patra Radio Nepal's regional broadcasting station now broadcasting at 05:00 am – 11:15 pm (Nepal standard time) as well as regional local language news broadcast station has started broadcasting work. Radio Nepal's regional broadcast centers include:
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