- Standard for recommendation of municipalities
- Intention of roadside eateries
- Motorcycles sold as scrap without erasing records
- Fleecing passengers to please drivers
- International flights by Nepali airline companies
- India starts special operation against fake currency
- Vegetables worth Rs 18 b consumed in Valley
- Himalayan Airlines to operate international flights
- Conservation of yarchagumba
- NEA unions call for review of share allocation
- 'Yarchagumba can be extinct in five years'
- Positive urgency against corruption
- Excess liquidity affects profit of banks
- CIAA files corruption case against 568 govt staffers
Motorcycles sold as scrap without erasing records The motorcycles seized due to fake documents are being found to have been sold as scrap in connivance of the Airport Customs Office and traffic police without erasing their records.
Fleecing passengers to please drivers Hotels along the highway always compete to get passenger buses stopped at their place.
India starts special operation against fake currency The Indian Home Ministry has started special campaign against counterfeit Indian currency initiating investigation through intelligence agencies claiming that the transnational criminal rackets have been increasing proliferation of fake currency from Nepal and other Asian and Middle East countries.
Vegetables worth Rs 18 b consumed in Valley Vegetables worth around Rs 18 billion have entered Kathmandu Valley in the past one year for consumption of around 4 million people living in the Valley.
Himalayan Airlines to operate international flights A new airline company, Himalayan Airlines, has come forward with the highest private sector investment in the sector to start international flights at a time when efforts to operate international flights by the Nepali private sector have failed one after another.
NRB takes over management of H&B The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has taken over the management of H&B Development Bank suspending the board of directors and the chief executive officer (CEO).
A joint study by the Tribhuvan University (TU) and the Kyushu University of Japan has showed that yarchagumba can be extinct within five years if immediate steps are not taken…
A total of Rs 22.50 billion out of the almost Rs 35 billion India provided to Nepal through line of credit (LOC) for expansion of roads and resolving energy crisis…
The profit of commercial banks did not increase much in the fiscal year 2070/71 in lack of management of liquidity.
Dues of Rs 211.51 million—that the national flag carrier Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) had to pay to the regulatory body Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN)—is set to be waived…