Six tourists including four German nationals rescuedBy TRN Online
Six tourists including four German nationals have been rescued by Nepal Police from Mustang today. According to the District Police Office, Mustang, the tourists have not been in contact since October, 21 and were rescued by a helicopter.
Interest rate in investment won't increase soon: NRBBy The Rising Nepal
Governor of the Nepal Rastra Bank, Maha Prasad Adhikari, has assured the private sector that interest rate on investment will not increase immediately. In a meeting with a delegation of the Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI) on the eve of the first quarterly review of the monetary policy for the current fiscal year 2021/22, he said that policy arrangements would be made to keep the interest rate stable in order to promote industrialisation.
NRB steps to retain brimming rate of interest of BFIsBy TRN Online
The Deputy spokesperson of NRB, Narayan Prasad Pokhrel said that NRB has released the statement to the BFIs to take immediate action through the Unified Directives.
Rains inflict 30 percent loss to paddy crops output in ChitwanBy RSS
Incessant rains have inflicted 30 percent loss to the expected paddy crops output in Chitwan.
Baglung sees commercial farming of dragon fruitBy RSS
Baglung has witnessed increasing commercial farming of dragon fruit – that has drawn a huge demand in the market of late.
Power supply to Province 1 cut off after substation floodingBy The Rising Nepal
Power supply has been disturbed in several districts of Province 1 after floods triggered by incessant rains since Monday submerged the Duhabi substation in Sunsari. Power supply to Morang, Sunsari, Jhapa, Ilam, Panchthar, Taplejung, Dhankuta, Terhathum, Sankhuwasabha, Bhojpur and other districts has been cut off since Tuesday evening after the main Duhabi substation, which supplies electricity to the districts of Province 1, got inundated.
Pokhara bustles with domestic tourists in DashainBy The Rising Nepal
Pokhara’s Fewa Lake was packed with domestic tourists on Tuesday. On the second last day of Dashain, scores of people were gathered to visit the Barahi Temple located in the middle of the lake. The boat operators were busy from morning to evening and were extremely happy to get work after a gap of nearly two years.
Snowfall leaves 10 tourists including two foreigners trapped at Mera Peak areaBy RSS
Ten tourists including two foreign nationals have got trapped in the Mera Peak area due to snowfall followed by the incessant rains.
Federal Government Expenditure ups by 17% in the first quarterBy TRN Online
The federal government aggregate expenditure in the first quarter of the current fiscal year (FY) has increased by 16.69 per cent in comparison to the same period of the previous FY.
Dashain provides relief to struggling hoteliers of SaurahaBy The Rising Nepal
Dashain has brought relief to the hoteliers of Sauraha. The hotels, which had remained largely deserted for the past two years, were packed this Dashain, giving hope to the tourism entrepreneurs of the area, said Gunaraj Thapaliya, general secretary of the Regional Hotel Association Sauraha.
Rains, winds ruin paddy crops in Jhapa, RupandehiBy The Rising Nepal
The rain that has been falling continuously for two days has caused huge damage to the paddy crop in different places, including Jhapa and Rupandehi. It started raining when farmers were preparing to harvest the paddy. The rain has caused severe damage to paddy in the southern region of Rupandehi.
Construction of cold store intensifiedBy RSS
Construction of a cold store has been intensified at Sangam Tole of Shuklagandaki Municipality-8 in Tanahu. The construction had begun last April with the conditional grant by federal government and municipality budget.
Public transport fare hikes across Bagmati Province from today, minimum fare increased to Rs.18By TRN Online
The hike in public transport fare in Bagmati Pradesh has become effective from today. According to the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure Development of the Bagmati Province Government, there is a new fare adjustment increased by 23 per cent.
Facebook plans to hire 10,000 in EU to build 'metaverse'By TRN Online
Facebook Inc (FB.O) plans to hire 10,000 in the European Union over the next five years, the social media giant said on Monday, to help build the so-called metaverse - a nascent online world where people exist and communicate in shared virtual spaces.
Gold price hits 91,300 per tolaBy RSS
The price of hallmark gold has been fixed at Rs 91,300 per tola (equivalent to 11.66 grams) in the domestic market today. Prior to Dashain festival, the yellow metal was traded at Rs 90,600 per tola last Monday (October 11).
NRB auctioning off treasury billsBy RSS
Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) is auctioning off treasury bills worth Rs 11.20 billion.
Hunting tourism begins in DhorpatanBy The Rising Nepal
This year's hunting tourism has started in the Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve (DHR), the only legal hunting area in Nepal. Commercial hunters from abroad have started arriving in Dhorpatan to hunt the wild animals like blue sheep and Jharal (Himalayan tahr). The DHR has deployed staff and porters for the hunters in the respective blocks for making necessary arrangements and guiding the hunters. The Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation has permitted the hunters to kill seven blue sheep...
Construction of Tanahun Hydropower in full swing (Photo Feature)By TRN Online
The construction works of the Tanahun Hydropower Project are going on in full swing even during the Dashain.
NAC fails to utilize opportunity for business during festivalsBy RSS
Festivals mainly Dashain and Tihar are opportunities for promoting the business of the aviation service providers. When private airlines companies are busy in rendering services this Dashain, the service by the Nepal Airlines Company (NAC) is not encouraging.