Foreigners have to wait for further notice to trek in NepalBy RSS
The Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) has informed about the closure of distribution of trekking information management system (TIMS) cards until a further notice though a press statement today and with this, no foreign national will be eligible for trekking here. The decision comes into effect from today itself.
Airlines companies demand waiver of interest on bank loanBy RSS
A meeting of Airlines Operators Association of Nepal, an umbrella organisation of Air Service Operators' Companies, held on Thursday urged the banks and financial institutions to make arrangement to pay loan taken in foreign currency in Nepali currency.
Fuel tankers, trucks loaded with food grains enter Nepal freely20 Mar, 2020
The Jamunaha check post of Nepal-India border has been shut down stopping the cross-border entry of all passenger vehicles as a measure to prevent the entry of coronavirus. However, the goods carrying trucks and fuel tankers are moving across the border freely, which showed there would be no dearth of essentials items in Nepal.
Revenue collection slumps in Biratnagar customs officeBy RSS
During the period, the customs office was supposed to collect Rs 33.3 billion rupees.
Bhusal introduces policy to ensure 25% profit to farmers19 Mar, 2020
Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development has introduced an ambitious plan of ensuring minimum saving (profit) to farmers through the policy of minimum acceptance price in agriculture outputs with buy-back guarantee from the government.
Govt decides to close cinemas, dance bars, stadium, swimming pools, clubs18 Mar, 2020
The government has decided to shut down cinema halls, gyms, dance bars and clubs and other similar spots till April 30 to prevent possible spread of COVID-19.
Cooking gas hold-up leaves consumers chokingBy Laxman Kafle
Many people who purchase gas from the nearby vendors are not getting cooking gas as the distributors and dealers have not supplied the essential material regularly.
NEPSE increases by 44.33 points17 Mar, 2020
The market opened with 1316.40 points in the morning declined to 1272.07 points when the market closed at the end of transaction.
Govt bringing regulation soon to manage ride sharing services17 Mar, 2020
With the provision allowing private two- and four-wheelers to operate as ride sharing mentioned in the Bagmati State Vehicle and Transport Management Act, 2075, the State is now introducing a regulation for the ride sharing service.
COVID-19 fear prompts drastic cuts in international flightsBy RSS
The international airlines companies operating flights to and from TIA have cut the number of flights significantly after the global spread of coronavirus infection.
HoR committee continues deliberations on bill to amend insurance lawBy RSS
In his repose to lawmakers' queries raised by lawmakers during the deliberations, Finance Minister Dr Yuba Raj Khatiwada said the bill envisaged the concept of further strengthening insurance-related regulatory bodies and establishing the Insurance Authority as a powerful and competent entity.
Malaysian company to invest in Mygdi hydro projectBy RSS
The promoter Hydro Visual Pvt Ltd and Malaysian company have inked agreements to purchase shares, engineering and construction purposes.
Police nabs eight with 78,000 masks15 Mar, 2020
The police confiscated 78,000 units of masks from Mahakal Manju Shree Traders in Dallu, operated by 30-year-old Mintu Tamang. Tamang, a resident of Kavre, has been living in Swayambhu.
Gold price drops noticeablyBy RSS
According to the Nepal Gold and Silver Dealers' Association, the price of pure gold fell to Rs 78,500 per tola today against Rs 81,500 of Thursday.
Government suspends labour approval for foreign employment for indefinite period13 Mar, 2020
The government has suspended the labour approval for foreign employment for an indefinite period bearing in mind the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
COVID-19 fears leave Lumbini forsaken12 Mar, 2020
“Tourists from China have been increasing for some years. But with the virus spreading globally, the number of Chinese tourists, among others, is almost nil,” said Rajan Basnet, information officer of Lumbini Development Trust.
Youths making millions from buffalo farming12 Mar, 2020
Santosh Singh had spent three years as a foreign labourer in Malaysia before he returned to Nepal and began rearing buffaloes.
Nepal-China trade resumes12 Mar, 2020
It has been a few weeks that the goods are being imported to Nepal from China through Kolkata port of India.
COVID-19 fear leaves Lumbini without tourists12 Mar, 2020
The number of tourists to this holy site has sharply declined, resulting in a complete silence in the area, which used to be crowded with both domestic and foreign tourists.
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