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WHAT COUNTRY’S UNUSUAL TIME ZONE IS SET 15 MINUTES AHEAD OF INDIAN STANDARD TIME?
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[STC00424] There are a number of odd time zones across the globe, but probably none of them are as peculiar as Nepal Time (NPT). Nepal is one of the only countries that uses a time zone that is not offset from Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) on the hour; rather, it is five hours and 45 minutes ahead of UTC. This makes Nepal one of the most advanced countries in the world. Between the years 1920 and 1955, Nepal adhered to the same time zone as India, which was 5 hours and 30 minutes ahead of UTC. However, soon after India achieved its independence in 1947, it switched to what is now known as Indian Standard Time (IST), and in 1956, Nepal moved its clocks forward by 15 minutes. There is no such thing as Daylight Saving Time in the mountainous nation of Nepal; instead, all of the time is on Nepal Time. The Chatham Islands, which are located in New Zealand, and the unofficial Australian Central Western Time both use time offsets of 45 minutes.