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.
Rafting to be operated in Sanibheri river soonBy RSS
The trial for rafting had been started from Baluwa at Sisne rural municipality-6 and it concluded upon reaching Sanchaur at ward number 7 of the rural municipality, Centre president, Pahal Singh Ghartimagar, said.
Virus fear hits Kavre hotels11 Mar, 2020
According to hoteliers, the foreigners are cancelling their bookings citing the COVID-19 outbreak. The reduction in domestic and foreign tourists has created silence here.
Fire engulfs sandal factory; one injured, property guttedBy RSS
Factory worker Dilip Kumar Chamar was seriously injured in a fire that broke out in Jayashree Siyaram sandal factory at Janaki rural municiplaity-3, Indrapuri in Banke at 12.00 last night.
Negative circuit break in Stock MarketBy RSS
This is the second time that the NEPSE suffered negative circuit break after last Thursday. The share market that was opened today after last Thursday nosedived from the very beginning of the transaction.
Potatoes worth Rs. 2.87b produced in Bara10 Mar, 2020
Farmers in Bara district produced potatoes worth Rs. 2.87 billion this year.
UNITRAV calls on airlines companies not to go for layoff09 Mar, 2020
The Union of Trekking Travels Rafting Workers Nepal (UNITRAV), the largest trade union in the tourism industry, said its serious attention has been drawn to decision of some companies to cut off jobs of workers to cope up with the situation in view of coronavirus infection risk.
Stocks, oil prices plunge as virus closes sites around world09 Mar, 2020
Shares in Asia and the Mideast and U.S. futures were down sharply, reports on the health of the economies of Japan and China stirred more unease, and the downturn was being felt by people around the world.
Country's largest solar system to come into operation by mid-MayBy RSS
The construction of the 25-MW solar plant has neared the completion and the NEA plans to produce energy within mid-May as per the energy mix concept.
3 billion budget for tourism development in Bagmati stateBy RSS
The budget managed by the Ministry of Industry, Tourism, Forest and Environment, will be spent to construct necessary infrastructures and publicity campaign.
Dharan hosts first commercial zip flyer adventure in state 1By RSS
Deputy Mayor of Dharan Sub-Metropolitan City Manju Bhandari made the 45-seconds-long maiden ride from Bhedetar to Debhithan.
Severe cold ruins coffee farms in Kavre08 Mar, 2020
he coffee farmers in Kavrepalanchowk, a district famous for coffee production, are worried after the coffee plants started dying due to extreme cold. While many locals of the district are dependent on coffee cultivation for livelihood, the extreme cold has left them heartbroken. “The major source of income here is coffee cultivation. But, more than 2,000 coffee plants died due to the extreme cold,” said Lok Bahadur Ghalane, a local coffee farmer in Khanikhola Gaunpalika of the district.
Minister Bhatta warns of action against creating artificial shortage of essentialsBy RSS
On the occasion, Vice President of the Nepal Chamber of Commerce Kamalesh Kumar Agrawal stressed the need for cooperation between the government and private sector to minimise impact of coronavirus that is fast spreading across the world.