Power generation in Upper Tamakoshi from todayBy The Rising Nepal
The 76 MW power of the Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project being constructed in Bigu Rural Municipality-1 of Dolakha will be connected to the national grid. About 76 megawatts of electricity generated from a unit of the total 456-megawatt Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project under construction with domestic investment will be connected to the national transmission line from Monday.
FNCCI suggests project-based loan facility for expanding small, medium enterprisesBy The Rising Nepal
Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) has suggested the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) to announce project-based loan facility to facilitate the expansion of small and medium enterprises and startups through its Monetary Policy of the coming Fiscal Year 2021/22.
Research on Niguro fern’s production promisingBy The Rising Nepal
The ongoing research for the commercial production of the fiddlehead fern (Niguro), a wild edible green vegetable, has been headed toward success. Niguro, a curled frond of a young fern, is a nutritional wonder. It is a source of food and nutrition.
Samundratar-Trishuli 3 ‘B’ Centre 132 KV Transmission Line in operationBy RSS
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Saturday had inaugurated the project. The 26-kilometer transmission line from Trishuli 3 ‘B’ construction site at Kispang rural municipality could transmit electricity up to 270 megawatts. The centre started from Samundratar of Dupcheshwor Rural Municipality in Nuwakot district.
World's highest hotel opens in ChinaBy The Rising Nepal
The J Hotel Shanghai Tower, which opened on June 19, isn't just another high-end property. It claims to be the highest hotel in the world. The J Hotel occupies the top floors of the Shanghai Tower -- which at 632 meters (about 2,000 feet) is the tallest building in all of China.
Valley CDOs to meet today, micro bus and tempo likely to be allowedBy The Rising Nepal
The meeting of three Chief District Officers of Kathmandu Valley is going to be held today at 3 PM.
Chunwang’s garlic finds better market this timeBy RSS
Garlic produced at Chunwang of Bhume Rural Municipality – 9 in Rukum East has found a better market this time. This year, a total of 453 quintals of garlic was produced in the village.
Private enterprise starts large-scale tea plantation in KalikotBy The Rising Nepal
About 20,000 green tea seedlings have been planted at Subhakalika Rural Municipality Ward No. 6. Sprawling across 19,010 square feet of land, the tea estate belongs to farmer Hasta Bahadur Shahi.
Share market attracting investorsBy RSS
The Securities Board of Nepal (SEBON) has so far in the current fiscal year granted permission for the sale of ordinary shares (IPO) of a total of 18 companies.
Pandemic reduces numbers of foreign touristsBy The Rising Nepal
The Number of foreigners entering in Nepal has been reduced due to the Prohibitory Order that imposed to break the chain of Covid-19 second wave.
Production of ‘model’ organic manure starts in JhapaBy The Rising Nepal
Kamal Rural Municipality in Jhapa district has brought an 'Organic Manure and Pesticide Production Centre' into operation.
Sukepokhari to be developed as tourist spotBy The Rising Nepal
Thulung Dudhkoshi Rural Municipality of Solukhumbu district has prepared a master plan for the construction of a tourist spot at Sukepokhari which lies in wards 4, 5 and 9.
Finance Ministry okays Rs. 7.72 bn for HoR pollsBy The Rising Nepal
The Ministry of Finance has agreed to spend up to Rs. 7.72 billion for the election of the House of Representatives (HoR). The Ministry has given authority to Election Commission Nepal to spend that amount for the election, according to a press statement released by the ministry.
India lifts ban on palm oil importBy The Rising Nepal
The import restriction on refined palm oil imposed by India has been lifted. India's Directorate General of Foreign Trade said in a statement on Wednesday that the ban on refined palm oil had been lifted until December 31, this year. India has also reduced customs duties on palm oil imports by 10 per cent.
64 CCTV cameras installed along Araniko HighwayBy RSS
Additional Inspector General of Police Hari Bahadur Pal, who is chief of the Metropolitan Police Office, Ranipokhari, inaugurated the installation amid a function on Friday. The inauguration was held in the premises of the Metropolitan Police Range, Bhaktapur.
Karnali Corridor Road become operationalBy RSS
The Karnali Corridor Road, which was disrupted due to a huge dry landslide at Bhaurekuna of Sanni Triveni rural municipality-1, Kalikot district, has become operational from today.
Fertiliser transportation eases after relaxation of prohibitory orderBy The Rising Nepal
The supply of chemical fertilisers across the country has eased after the relaxation of the prohibitory order. The Agriculture Inputs Company Limited (AICL), the state-owned chemical fertiliser supplier, stated that there was no problem in the transportation of fertilisers after the prohibitory order was relaxed.
Govt. gears up to meet expenditure target, 15-day expenditure of last month of FY surpasses monthly averageBy The Rising Nepal
According to the statistics of the Financial Comptroller General Office, the aggregate expenditure in the span of the last two weeks surpassed Rs 66.6 billion, including Rs 10.6 billion in June 29 which is highest ever spending of the month. It is conspicuous amount in comparison to the trend of the spending of the preceding months.
NRB asks people to ignore deceptive information on social networking sitesBy RSS
The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has urged people not to believe in any deceptive information circulated on social networking sites from its alleged Facebook page.
NAC has significant role to enhance national identityBy RSS
The national flag carrier, Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC), has entered the 64th year of its establishment. Established on July 1, 1958, NAC has a significant contribution to the promotion of national identity despite limited means and resources and facing various ups and downs.