STC imports urea from ChinaBy RSS
Customs Officer of Tatopani Customs Office Ganesh Prasad Poudel said that 20 tonnes of fertiliser was imported by Silk Market Pvt. Ltd. in two trucks.
Gold price rises by Rs 500 per tola todayBy RSS
The price of gold (both hallmark and worked) has increased by Rs 500 per tola in the Nepali market today, according to the Nepal Gold and Silver Dealers' Association.
Makwanpurgadhi to Sindhuligadhi cycle tourBy RSS
A cycle tour has been organized from Makwanpurgadhi to Sindhuligadhi with the objective of promoting the preservation of the historical gadis or forts. The event is also aimed at promoting domestic tourism in Hetauda, the capital of Bagmati province.
Upper Junbesi Mini Hydropower to be builtBy The Rising Nepal
The Upper Junbesi Mini Hydropower, which remained stalled for five years, will be finally constructed. The project was finalised after an agreement was reached between the Alternative Energy Promotion Centre and Solududhkunda Municipality.
Bajura farmers trained on modern potato cultivationBy The Rising Nepal
The Agriculture Knowledge Centre Bajura has been training most farmers of Bajura to cultivate potatoes with new technology.
Women’s handicraft exhibition opensBy The Rising Nepal
Women Handicraft Exhibition, a three-day event, kicked off on Saturday, Mar. 6. The exhibition was organised on the occasion of 111th International Women’s Day by Lalitpur Metropolitan City (LMC) and Federation of Handicraft Associations of Neapl (FHAN).
Tourism will take leap following agreement with Chand's group: Tourism Minister DhakalBy RSS
Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Bhanu Bhakta Dhakal expressed the hope that Country's tourism would take a stride with the Netra Bikram Chand-led group entering the peaceful politics.
80 pc work on Rasuwagadhi Hydroelectric Project completedBy The Rising Nepal
The 85 percent of the work is completion on the project which is being constructed at a cost of Rs. 13.65 billion excluding interest under the loan assistance of the Employees Provident Fund. The work of connecting the equipment on the under construction 111 megawatt capacity Rasuwagadhi Hydroelectric Project located at Timure, Gosaikunda Rural Municipality, has come on standstill because of lack of manpower.
Mahalaxmi Sugar Mill closes without paying farmersBy The Rising Nepal
The Mahalakshmi Sugar Mill located in Godaita Municipality in the southern part of Sarlahi has closed down for the year without paying its farmers. Administrative Manager Birendra Kumar Shrivastav informed that the mill, which started processing sugarcane from December 20, shut down for the rest of this Nepali year after processing 890,000 quintals of sugarcane. But still the farmers have not been paid their dues.
Farmer listing campaign starts from todayBy Laxman Kafle
Farmer Listing, a nationwide campaign to list all the farmers across the country, is all set to be launched here on Saturday. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is scheduled to inaugurate the programme, which was brought into operation through the tireless effort made by the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development, amidst a function in Kathmandu.
Fire breaks out in Hetauda industrial area, losses yet to be determinedBy RSS
A fire broke out on the premises of Nepal Brewery Company Pvt. Ltd in the Hetauda industrial area in Makawanpur district on Friday. Details of fire-incurred losses are yet to be determined.
Finance Ministry to disburse Rs. 1.08bn for 113 health centresBy The Rising Nepal
The Ministry of Finance decided on Wednesday to disburse Rs. 1.08 billion as the conditional grant for health service centre being constructed in various local units.
Buddha Air to fly on Janakpur-Ayodhya routeBy RSS
The Buddha Air has applied to the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation and to the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) for permission for operating the flight. It has also sent a memo of the application to the Province no 2 government.
Helambu's genuine hospitality: tea culture and household cleanlinessBy The Rising Nepal
The generous hospitality of the Hyolmos is best exemplified in their kitchens. A traditional Hyolmo kitchen consists of a low-lying dining table where people sit on cushions surrounding it rather than on chairs as it provides a feeling of closeness. To enhance the warmth in the atmosphere the kitchens in Helambu use a traditional fire stove known as Tandruk which keeps burning during the mealtime.
Preliminary study conducted on building infrastructures at borders with China, Korala checkpoint (with photos)By The Rising Nepal
A preliminary study has been completed for the construction of infrastructures at the Korala checkpoint in Mustang district, which borders China. The Sitara Consult Pvt. Ltd. has completed the preliminary study but the report is yet to come.
Kali Marsi rice finds market in JapanBy RSS
According to the locals of Jumla, this is the first time food products grown in Karnali have been exported to the overseas market. They hope that the country's name would be publicized in the international market with the export of the Jumli Marsi and beans.
Prime Minister to lay foundation stone of Sunkoshi Marin Diversion Multi-purpose ProjectBy The Rising Nepal
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli will be laying the foundation for the construction of the national pride project Sunkoshi Marin Diversion Multi-purpose Project today.
Nepal-Malaysia sign deal for workers’ social securityBy The Rising Nepal
Foreign Employment Board (FEB) of Nepal has signed a memorandum of collaboration with Social Security Organisation (SOCSO) of Malaysia for the promotion of social security programmes and activities for insured Nepali workers in Malaysia.
NRB hikes ceiling of e-paymentBy The Rising Nepal
Nepal Rastra Bank has increased the limitation of the electronic payment made via pre-paid card, mobile banking and internet banking. It increased the limit of mobile banking by Rs. 100,000 and made it Rs. 200,000.
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