State's Minister Phuyal puts Hetauda-Kathmandu tunnel way in his first priorityBy RSS
"I would work untiringly round the clock for the development of all 13 districts and 119 local levels of the Bagmati province," he shared. He also shared his commitment to transparency and answerability while discharging duties.
Fire in a biscuit factory: loss of over Rs. 9 million17 Feb, 2020
Factory of Nebiko biscuit located at Parsauni of Omsatiya Gaunpalika Ward No. 4 had caught fire.
Chief Minister Pokhrel lays emphasis on physical infrastructure for tourism promotion17 Feb, 2020
He stressed that the local government should be committed to protect the infrastructures constructed by state government, adding that the local government should be involved in a planned manner in tourism promotion.
Asian markets mixed: Japan skids; China helped by rate cut17 Feb, 2020
Britain’s FTSE 100 gained 0.2% to 7,425.36 in early trading. In Paris, the CAC 40 was flat, at 7,409.13, while Germany’s DAX added 0.2% to 13,766.96. The future for the S&P 500 was up 0.2% at 3,388.10, while the future for the Dow Jones Industrial Average edged 0.1% higher to 29,435.00.
NEA to save Rs. 10b yearly through leakage controlBy RSS
To encourage the people to receive electricity metres, NEA has been distributing metres to the extremely poor people free of cost even without the recommendation of the local governments and providing metres to the landless people easily.
Millet thresher benefits farmers16 Feb, 2020
Tamang brothers are currently providing threshing services to local farmers at Rs. 100 per load of millet ears.
Inflation up by 6.82 per cent16 Feb, 2020
The year-on-year (y-o-y) consumer price inflation stood at 6.82 per cent in mid-January 2020 compared to 4.58 per cent a year ago.
Industrial census to take place in NepalgunjBy RSS
An industrial census and survey will be carried out in Nepalgunj from the fourth week of February.
Billions of rupees spent in import of cereals16 Feb, 2020
16 Nepal has been spending billions of rupees in the import of cereals for consumption. According to the trade statistics of the Department of Customs, the county imported cereals worth Rs. 26.62 billion during the first six months of the current fiscal year.
Nepal’s first umbrella street opens in Chitwan14 Feb, 2020
Patihani is one of the 100 tourist destinations declared by the government. Mostly, Tharu and Bote tribes live in Patihani from where the wild animals of Chitwan National Park can be observed clearly.
NHRC asks Govt to probe into 6 Nepali migrants' death in Kuwait14 Feb, 2020
Six Nepali laborers died and two other sustained injuries during the mishap on Wednesday.
Survey, design, (EIA) of Mechi-Mahakali Railway completes up to Bardibas13 Feb, 2020
Manjul Krishna Manandhar, chief of Fulbright Consultancy, said that the detail survey, design works and EIA of 139.42km long section of 945km Mechi-Mahakali Electrified Railway in Inaruwa – Bardibashsection have been completed.
Tourism Minister Bhattarai and Israel's Economy Minister talk investment, trade and tourismBy RSS
The meeting was focused on the matters of cooperation in the field of investment, trade and tourism, the Embassy of Nepal in Tel Aviv, Israel stated in a press release.
Pact inked for diverting 170 million litres water to KathmanduBy RSS
Some dispute was there regarding the affected areas and what facilities would be provided to the people in these areas while diverting 340 million litres water to the Kathmandu Valley under the second phase. The dispute has been resolved paving the way for the signing of the agreement.
Everest Fashion Runway termed highest altitude fashion show13 Feb, 2020
The historic event took place in Kala Patthar at 5,340 meter above sea level on 26th January, 2020. Kala Patthar is famous for being the best view point of Everest and is located at a slightly higher altitude than Everest Base Camp.
Budhigandaki hydro project pays Rs. 28 billion to land owners12 Feb, 2020
From the 1200 MW national pride project, a total of 7,838 households of project area have received Rs. 28.18 billion compensation for their land which would be inundated in the reservoirs of the project.
Nyadi hydro project stalled as Chinese fail to join work11 Feb, 2020
According to Gadtaula, there are 61 Chinese nationals working in the project, out of which, 57 had gone to China and only two managed to return. “With 55 of our workers stuck in China, work on the project has stopped for now,” he said.
Tell me in case of any difficulties, PM Oli to business communityBy RSS
"There was problem in the export of betel nut, ginger and palm oil some time back. The problem is resolved at present and the government is facilitating in various sectors related to export," he said giving examples of the government's initiation towards resolving problems seen in the export trade.
Gorkha sells oranges worth Rs. 340 million11 Feb, 2020
Farmers in Gorkha have earned Rs. 340 million by selling oranges this year. Oranges were cultivated in about 1000 hectares of land in the district
Poultry business faces loss of Rs 18 billionBy RSS
Farmers did not get production cost when there was excessive supply of poultry products in the market. Nepal Poultry Federation vice-chair Tikaram Pokharel said the farmers have faced loss in poultry products during the year. According to him, a chick which generally costs Rs 55 in average was sold out at Rs 25 last year. Farmers had to experience loss of Rs 35 in each chick.
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