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23 DDCs finish Rs 60m in allowances
Preparation to appoint NTB CEO
Instructions to improve telecom quality
358 mountaineers to spend Rs 2.50 billion
Melamchi to not get immediate payment

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Godavari Marble to be shut down for ever

JAGANNATH DULAL KATHMANDU, April 16: The 14-year dispute about operation of Godavari Marble Industry has ended with the Supreme Court ordering closure of the factory on Thursday. The full bench comprising justices Sushila Karki, Govinda Kumar Upadhyaya and Jagadish Sharma Poudel has ordered closure of the industry deeming that the government’s decision to allow operation was not legal. “T...

Preparation to appoint NTB CEO

KEDAR DAHAL KATHMANDU, April 23 New process has been started for recruiting chief executive officer (CEO) of the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) that has remained vacant for three and half years. The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation is preparing to amend the NTB regulation to appoint CEO which has remained vacant after the term of Prachanda Man Shrestha ended almost four years ago. ...

Bill tabled in US for duty-free entry to Nepali garments

MOHAN GURUNG KATHMANDU, April 9 Stakeholders say Nepal should intensify diplomatic initiative for passing of the bill tabled in the American Senate by Senator Dianne Feinstein at the start of January to allow duty-free entry of textiles and apparel products from Nepal for 10 years. They claim that the bill can be passed if the government were to lobby seriously, and demand intensifying of...
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Nepali banks have lowest paid-up capital in SAARC

LOK BAHADUR CHAPAGAI KATHMANDU, April 15 Paid-up capital of Nepali banks is the least among the SAARC countries with even Bhutanese banks having almost 150 percent higher paid-up capital. Banks are facing difficulties to invest in infrastructures due to low paid-up capital. There are currently 30 commercial banks, 81 development banks and 52 finance companies in Nepal. The minimum paid-up...

Improvement in realty sector

RADHIKA DHAKAL KATHMANDU, April 20 There has been gradual improvement in realty transaction in the past five years. Entrepreneurs attribute the improvement to reduction of interest rate on realty loans by banks, immediate availability of completed houses and apartments, and availability of completed residence in up to 30 percent lower price in comparison to the inflation in construction m...

Khadka appointed NOC MD

KATHMANDU, Jan 26 The government has appointed Gopal Bahadur Khadka as the managing director (MD) of Nepal Oil Corpor...

DUI doesn’t fall due to weak laws

MATRIKA DAHAL KATHMANDU, April 21 Driving under influence (DUI) has been rising due to weak legal provisions despite the Nepal Police intensifying the campaign against DUI across the country in the past four years. The Metropolitan Traffic Police Division first started the campaign in the three districts of Kathmandu Valley on December 3, 2011. A total of 175,147 drivers have been punishe...

Instructions to improve telecom quality

SARASWOTI DHAKAL KATHMANDU, April 23 Telecom service-providers have been defying repeated instructions by the regulatory Nepal Telecommunication Authority (NTA) and parliamentary committee to improve quality of services. The majority of consumers, as a result, have been facing one problem after another. The pile of instructions is also rising along with addition to problems. The Developme...

‘Impossible to send workers free of cost’

MOHAN GURUNG KATHMANDU, April 19 Minister of State for Labor and Employment Tek Bahadur Gurung, who is also a manpower entrepreneur, is making plans to send workers to the Gulf states and Malaysia free of cost. His plan is not just ambitious, but even unrealistic in the words of entrepreneurs themselves. To talk about sending workers at zero cost with such preparation and structures is no...

23 DDCs finish Rs 60m in allowances

RANJIT TAMANG KATHMANDU, April 23 Twenty-three district development committees (DDC) finished Rs 59.20 million by distributing allowances violating the repeated instructions by the government even last year. The officials have received allowances by getting approval from the council as the line ministry and the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) can seek explanation. ...

Irregularities in mess of police, APF

MATRIKA DAHAL KATHMANDU, March 26 Headquarters of the Nepal Police and the Armed Police Force (APF) have deployed teams after financial irregularities in operation of their mess across the country. The forces have deployed special teams to the units across the country to control the irregularities committed due to connivance of office chiefs and mess operators. Around 90 percent of 67,400...

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Market’s Data

Index Current Points Change % of +-
NEPSE 93819 -3.83 -0.004%
Sensitive 20143 -0.45 -0.002%
Float 6644 0.02 0%
Sen. Float 5560 0.18 0.003%
Banking 82790 -3.27 -0.004%
Hotels 20674 -0.49 -0.002%
Dev.Bank 194362 1.15 0.001%
HydroPower 78907 -3.4 -0.004%
Finance 217235 -15.75 -0.007%
Insurance 52960 -0.31 -0.001%
Manu & Pro 378025 -39.59 -0.01%
Others 149311 1.87 0.001%
Total Traded Amount Rs: 71783 1.18 0.002%
Total Traded Shares: 202447460
Total Transactions: 629866
Currency Unit Purchase Sale
Indian Rupee
100
160
160.15
US Dollar
1
101.02
101.62
AUS Dollar
1
77.99
78.45
EURO
1
108.46
109.10
Pound Sterling
1
151.50
152.40
Japani Yen
10
8.41
8.46
Chinese Yuyan
1
16.30
16.40
Singapore Dollar
1
74.94
75.38
Hongkong Dollar 1 13.03 -
HALLMARK GOLD 51600/per tola
TEJABI GOLD 51350/per tola
SILVER 685/per tola
Petrol(MS)
NRs 109.00/L
Diesel(HSD)
NRs 86.50/L
Kerosene(SKO)
NRs 86.50/L
Aviation Turbine Fuel
NRs 133.00/L(Duty Paid)
Aviation Turbine Fuel(Jet A-1)
USD 1400.00/KL(Bonded)
LP Gas NRs 1470.00/cyl

Seven expectations from 2070

Nepal is gradually corroding in political, economic, social sectors. Every year comes with new energy and vigor but ends with disappointing and failure.

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Improvement in revenue policy

Revenue growth rate of Nepal has been encouraging in the past few years. Average revenue growth rate is 16 percent at the end of the first nine months of the current fiscal year and it has remained 20 percent on an average in the past few years. Opinion
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