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.
India flexible to import palm oil from Nepal10 Feb, 2020
The government of India has taken decision responding to Nepal’s demand to allow the export of palm oil, he said.
Locals of Kawasoti produce gas from trash10 Feb, 2020
According to Lekhnath Basyal, chairman of the Kawasoti Agricultural Market Centre, a 50-cubic metre biogas plant has been constructed to manage the generated waste and produce biogas. The plant was set up with an investment of Rs 800,000 out of which Rs 500,000 was invested by the Alternative Energy Promotion Centre, Lalitpur and Rs 300,000 by the market centre.
Dhakal honoured with Asian Leadership Award09 Feb, 2020
Prime Minister KP Oli honoured Dhakal with the award amidst a function organised by the Asian Association of Management Organizations (AAMO) and Management Association of Nepal in the capital recently.
Wasti makes Rs 1.5m from lemon farming09 Feb, 2020
Six years after starting the cultivation of lemon in 3 bighas of land by stalling the production of mustard and finger millet, Binod Kumar Wasti has started earning more than Rs 1.5 million per year. Wasti, who used
World stock markets retreat after surge on China tariff cut07 Feb, 2020
Germany reported new manufacturing orders fell 2.1% in December and industrial production dropped 3.5% from a year earlier while France reported factory output fell 2.8%, adding to concerns over slowing growth in Europe.
Government to go in digital system: Finance ministerBy RSS
Speaking in the 39th national assembly of Management Association of Nepal here today, Minister Khatiwada shared that the various bills related to digital system were being forwarded to make the service delivery prompt.
Chicken too dear to taste06 Feb, 2020
Traders have increased the price of chicken citing short supply of the fowl in the market.
Two Nepali and five Indian banks to invest Rs 100 billion in Arun-IIIBy RSS
Financial closure for Arun III hydropower project has finally been managed as Everest Bank and NABIL Bank and five other Indian banks pledge to invest Rs 100 in the project to be developed by Sutlej Electricity Corporation of India. With the financial closure, the project is expected to take its momentum.
China cuts tariffs on $75B of US imports in trade truce06 Feb, 2020
The cuts follow last month’s signing of a “Phase 1” agreement toward ending a long-running tariff war over Beijing’s technology ambitions and trade surplus. Both sides have made conciliatory gestures but the lingering dispute threatens to chill global economic growth.
WB approves US$ 200 million for earthquake housing reconstructionBy RSS
The World Bank has approved an additional credit of US$ 200 million (NPR 22.82 billion approximately) for the implementation of the Earthquake Housing Reconstruction Project (EHRP) in Nepal on January 14, 2020. An agreement to this effect was signed today by Mr Shreekrishna Nepal, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Finance and Mr Faris H Hadad-Zervos, World Bank Country Manager for Nepal.
Monitoring shows illegal operation of crusher industriesBy RSS
The District Monitoring Committee has drawn a conclusion that most of the crusher indus-tries are being illegally operated in Jhapa. In keeping with the conclusion, efforts are also being initiated to immediately shut such industries.