Jumla supplies 6,500 metric tons appleBy RSS
Jumla alone has supplied 6,500 metric tons of apples amounting around Rs 342 million. Balakram Devkota, Chief, District Agriculture Development Office, said Jumla has exceeded financial income from the sale of apples in comparison to past two years.
Clay oil-fed lamps selling briskly21 Oct, 2019
The oil-fed lamps made using clay are in high demand during the Tihar festival. They are required to illuminate houses continuously for a long period.
Govt to build Budigandaki project, says Minister Pun20 Oct, 2019
Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Barshaman Pun on Sunday said that no one should have suspicion over the construction of Budigandaki Hydropower Project citing that it was a priority project of the government.
Finance officials facing host of problems18 Oct, 2019
However, IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva and World Bank President David Malpass will likely find their discussions over the next two days consumed with more immediate problems, such as rising trade tensions that have sapped world growth.
Banks facing liquidity crunch amid festivals17 Oct, 2019
Similarly, NRB issued new currency notes of Rs. 5, Rs. 10, Rs. 20, Rs. 50 and Rs. 100 worth Rs. 9.5 billion for exchange to general public.
Visit Nepal Year 2020 launched in Seoul17 Oct, 2019
Vaidya added that tourism for Nepal was an important sector as it was a backbone of the national economy, read a press statement issued by the VNY 2020 Secretariat from Seoul.
Simkot locals earn Rs. 30m from medicinal herbs16 Oct, 2019
They have collected ‘Kutki’ medicinal herbs from Chuwakhola forest area within one and a half months.
Gundu farmers busy picking flowers for Tihar16 Oct, 2019
The people of Gundu in Suryabinayak Municipality of Bhaktapur are now busy picking up Mahakhamali flower as the festival of Tihar is approaching soon. The flower is in high demand especially for Bhai Tika during the festival of Tihar.
Godavari flower expo from Friday16 Oct, 2019
The 13th Godavari Flower Exhibition 2019 is going to be held at the Jawalakhel Football Ground in Lalitpur from Friday.
Problems of industrial sector will be solved: PM Oli14 Oct, 2019
The CNI team led by its president Satish Kumar More met Prime Minister Oli on Sunday evening at Prime Minister Oli’s official residence in Baluwatar.
Trade with China: Nepal looking forward to export pork meat to ChinaBy RSS
The Pig Industrial Park established in Pokhara targets to export pork meat to neighbouring China. The park was established with 70 per cent investment from the government and 30 per cent from the farmers considering the possibility of exporting pork meat.
Hailstorm damages paddy in MyagdiBy RSS
Heavy hailstorm has damaged the paddy crop at Jyamrukkot of Beni municipality in the district. The hailstorm has caused damage equivalent to Rs 7.5 million, Hira Bahadur Thapa, the ward chair of Beni municipality-2, said. According to him, the heavy hailstorm on Tuesday damaged the paddy, millet, vegetables and fruits at Gaushwara, Tamane, Bimirabot, Phaparkhet among other places in the municipality.
Government will collaborate with private sector: Minister AryalBy RSS
Minister Aryal reiterated that the government, cooperatives and private sector would work together to develop the country.
First German-Nepal Business Forum kicks offBy RSS
"Germany is the third largest importer of Nepali products," he said hoping for an arrival of a significant number of tourists from Germany in the context when Nepal was gearing up to celebrate the Nepal Visit Year 2020.
Prices of shoes, clothes go up significantly02 Oct, 2019
This Dashain is going to be expensive for Nepali people not only due to the skyrocketing price of vegetables and meats, but also due to significant increase in the price of clothes and foot-wears. The prices of clothes and shoes have gone up in the market during this festival period compared to last year, said the traders.
Economic activities growing across country: Minister Khatiwada30 Sep, 2019
Finance Minister Dr. Yuba Raj Khatiwada has stressed the qualitative growth of the banking sector.
State-owned FMTC starts selling goats30 Sep, 2019
The FMTC started selling goats and mountain goats from its Thapathali-based depot from this morning, said Shree Mani Khanal, departmental chief of FMTC.
Government fixes criteria for cosmetic itemsBy RSS
This move is aimed at curbing the production, sales and use of those cosmetic products that contain harmful elements like lead, mercury, cobalt, arsenic, cadmium and the like in high ratio.
Price bringing tears in eyes of consumers not onion29 Sep, 2019
Sita Acharya, a resident of Gatthaghar in Bhaktapur district, was shocked when she heard the price of onion at a retail grocery shop.