COVID-19 fallout: Sauraha hotels start cutting down staffBy RSS
According to Bhattarai, around half the number of hotels in Sauraha have send 50 per cent of their staff on leave with the dwindling number of visitors and hotel bookings. The hotels here have employees ranging from 10 to 70.
Price of iron, steel fluctuating in market ‘depending on demand’04 Mar, 2020
Price of iron has been fluctuating in the domestic market over months. The price of iron and steel has, of late, been fluctuating by Rs. 10-15 per kilogram in the market
COVID-19 fallout: Government suspends labour permits for time-beingBy RSS
It is said the government took this decision as the coronavirus (Covid-19) which broke out from China has spread globally.
Binod earns Rs. 1.5 million from lemon farm03 Mar, 2020
Financial condition of Binod Kumar Wasti of Aahale, in Letang Municipality- 9, Morang, has changed after he started cultivating lemon. Wasti has been earning Rs. 1.5 million annually by selling lemon.
Nepal's mountaineering tourism highlighted at 'Mountain World' festival in GermanyBy RSS
Documentaries of touristic heritages of different countries including Nepal, Vietnam, Mongolia, Germany, Austria, Peru, Namibia, India and Iran were screened in the festival organised at the coordination of German-Nepal Friendship Association and Consulate General of Nepal in Cologne.
Sugarcane farming done in 81,000 hectares of land but not prosperingBy RSS
Though Nepal is in the 33rd position among the countries producing sugarcane in the world, sugarcane farming is not prospering in this situation also.
Tourist arrival dismal at Banke National ParkBy RSS
At a time when the government has been marking the Visit Nepal Year 2020, the youngest national park, Banke National Park (BNP), is yet to see the number of tourists as expected earlier. The park was established a decade back in view of tigers' habitat and biological route.
NAC begins flight to Narita01 Mar, 2020
One of NAC’s wide body aircraft A330-200 is flying to Narita from Kathmandu this mid-night at 1:25 am boarding 226 to 228 passengers including officials from concerned authorities including NAC.
Dhangadhi development festival kicks offBy RSS
National Planning Commission (NPC) member Sushil Bhatta while inaugurating the festival opined to move towards development following systematic way.
Official guidelines for Tootle, Pathao: a long-overdueBy RSS
According to the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport, discussions are underway at the Ministry to incorporate the Tootle and Pathao services in a bill relating to transport management presented earlier by the Department of Transport Management. As said by Ministry Spokesperson, no substantive decision to this regard has been made yet.
Hailstones damages winter cropBy RSS
The actual loss from the hailstones is yet to be calculated but the around 30 minutes of sudden snowfall damaged vegetation completely. And, it was just about time to harvest the crops.
China uses dairy factory to show it’s getting back to work01 Mar, 2020
As milk bottles and yogurt six-packs zipped past on a conveyor belt at a state-owned dairy, reporters heard a sales pitch has reopened for business. The government invited reporters to a Beijing factory of China Mengniu Dairy Co. Ltd. this week to see how companies are getting back to work after unprecedented anti-virus measures shut down much of the world’s second-biggest economy. It also brought them to see a power plant.
NEPSE index continues to soar29 Feb, 2020
The average daily turnover in the stock exchange increased to Rs. 3.72 billion this week from Rs. 2.24 billion in previous week.
Agricultural revolution to begin from Banke and Bardia: CM PokhrelBy RSS
The Chief Minister said this while addressing the foundation stone-laying ceremony of the Natural Resource Management College building of the Faculty of Agriculture under the Agriculture and Forestry University at Khajura rural municipality of Banke district today.
Virus effects take hold as Trump calls criticisms a ‘hoax’29 Feb, 2020
National Bureau of Statistics senior statistician Zhao Qinghe said the novel coronavirus outbreak was a direct cause of the sharp decline.
Farmers receive only 20 per cent relief for fake paddy seedsBy RSS
Farmers in 13 districts including Chitwan suffered huge losses after the paddy they sowed did not yield any produce. The paddy plants were grain-less at the time of harvest.
Bandipur receiving fewer tourists29 Feb, 2020
The number of tourists visiting Bandipur, a major tourist destination in Tanahun district, has decreased with tourists cancelling their bookings. While there used to be a big crowd of foreign tourists at Bandipur at this season in the past, their number has declined sharply this time.
Chair Prachanda inaugurates poultry expo, says Nepal entering into new phaseBy RSS
He said that he was pleased while meeting with representatives of various industries and companies across the globe in Chitwan.
Installation of penstock pipes in progress in Upper Tamakoshi Hydro Project28 Feb, 2020
Installation of the penstock pipe in the 355-metre vertical shaft was successfully completed in the Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project. The 456 megawatt project is being constructed in domestic investment at Lamabagar of Bigu Rural Municipality, Dolakha.
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