FNCCI unveils vision paper to boost GDP to US$ 100 billion in 10 yearsBy The Rising Nepal
The Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) has made public its 10 year vision ‘National Economic Transformation-2030’. The federation unveiled the National Economic Transformation-2030 (NET2030) with the aim of expanding Nepal’s economy to USD 100 billion within next ten years.
PM Oli inaugurates FNCCI's 55th Annual General MeetingBy The Rising Nepal
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli inaugurated the 55th Annual General Meeting of the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) today.
Locals delight after seeing bus in their villageBy The Rising Nepal
Locals of Barekot Rural Municipality in Jajarkot district became extremely happy on Friday after a passenger bus reached their village for the first time.
ODA disbursement up by 21.2 per cent in 2019/20By The Rising Nepal
As per the report, an ODA of 2,003 million USD was disbursed in 2019/20 compared to 1,578 million USD in the previous year, an increase of 21.2 per cent.
Over Rs. 270 million revenue collected from mountaineering expeditionsBy The Rising Nepal
According to data revealed by the DoT, the revenue of Rs. 275 million was collected as of April 8 from mountaineering expeditions of nine mountains. The highest amount of royalty was obtained from the expedition of Mt. Everest followed by Mr. Annapurna and Mt. Lhotse.
Foreign-returnee makes good income from poultry businessBy The Rising Nepal
Local chickens are considered good for meat and eggs. Especially in the villages, chickens are raised to serve guests, feed pregnant women and the sick, and they are also used as offering during worship.
Cut the debt of poor countries, Pope tells IMF, World BankBy The Rising Nepal
Pope Francis has told world financial chiefs that poor countries hit by the economic impact of the coronavirus need to have their debt burden reduced and be given a greater say in global decision making.
Revenue office destroys 72 tonnes inedible sugarBy The Rising Nepal
The Revenue Investigation Office (RIO) of Pathalaiya has destroyed 72 tonnes of sugar after the Food Technology and Quality Control Office (FTQCO) declared it unfit for consumption.
'We are all aviators': Australian air force replaces term 'airmen'By The Rising Nepal
Australian air force personnel will now be known as aviators rather than airmen, the force said on Thursday, in an apparent acknowledgement of the increasing diversity of its members.
World Bank warns against 'high' global tax minimumBy BBC
The head of the World Bank has warned world leaders against setting a global minimum tax rate for companies that is too high.
Mushroom farming learnt from YouTube pays offBy The Rising Nepal
Sharing her knowledge on the skill, she said: “Soak undecomposed hay in clean cold water for 24 hours before boiling it for one-and-a-half hours. Then place the mushroom seeds at four-inch gaps and put the hay in a plastic bag. Hay packs should be kept in a clean, lightproof room or a mushroom house. Watering the plant time and again as required, the seed start giving yields after a month.”
A nursery in Humla produces 85,000 seedlings of apple, walnutsBy The Rising Nepal
A fruit nursery firm of Humla has grown 85 thousand seedlings. Two youths from Humla have started to grow seedling in the district. Before this, it was being purchased from outside the district.
Nepal and Qatar to collaborate for tourism promotionBy RSS
CEO of Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) Dr Dhananjay Regmi and Qatari Ambassador to Nepal Yousuf Bin Mohamed Alhail held a meeting on Monday at the former’s office and discussed prospects of collaboration between the two countries for tourism promotion.
Investment Summit to be held in ButwalBy The Rising Nepal
The Provincial Government of Lumbini is set to host the investment summit on May 21 and 22 in Rupandehi.
Under Construction Bridge costing Rs 21 crore collapsesBy The Rising Nepal
A concrete bridge under construction over the Trishuli River connecting Thimura of Bharatpur Metropolitan City -1 and Devghat Rural Municipality of Tanahu has collapsed at 4 am this morning.
Chitwan farmers test four-wheeler paddy transplanter successfullyBy Laxman Kafle
Farmers in Chitwan are now making efforts to increase production and productivity of paddy by using modern farming tools. Farmers here are confident that the use of modern agricultural tools and techniques in commercial farming will help them resolve the problem of manpower shortage and increase their savings. Farmers of Bachhauli of Ratnanagar and Mumroz of Khairhani municipalities of the district have planted rice by using a four-wheeler machine for the first time.
Manakamana cable car service to shut for six daysBy RSS
Manakamana cable car service will remain closed for six days starting coming Wednesday as part of its upgradation, said the cable car management committee.
Commercial strawberry farming begins in PyuthanBy The Rising Nepal
Commercial strawberry farming has started for the first time in the district with the initiation of Sishir GC of Maranthana, Pyuthan Municipality-9.
119,200 tonnes of potatoes produced in Bara this yearBy The Rising Nepal
About 119,200 tonnes of potatoes have produced in the district this year.