- Increase flights to remote areas
- Expectations from Modi's visit and Nepal's preparation
- Rise in tourism income
- Income rises despite fall in tourist arrival
- Sale of vehicles rise by 30 percent
- Signs of improvement in HDI
- Relevance of climate research center
- Exported items depend on imported raw materials
- Nepal climbs to 145th in HDI
- Enough Indian currency for treatment in India
- Over 3,700 blacklisted
- FNJ condemns displacement of Karobar journo
- Salary of UN peacekeepers to rise by US$ 322
- Scientists starting climate research center
Income rises despite fall in tourist arrival The income received from tourism sector has reached an all-time high in the last fiscal year despite the fall in tourist arrival.
Sale of vehicles rise by 30 percent Sale of vehicles has increased by 30 percent in the fiscal year 2070/71 due to easy auto loans provided by banks and financial institutions.
Exported items depend on imported raw materials Over half of the amount received from highly exported Nepali items is spent on import of raw materials even as agricultural products produced in Nepal are being exported at the low rate of raw materials.
Nepal climbs to 145th in HDI Nepal climbed up 12 places to 145th among 187 countries in the Human Development Index (HDI) derived by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) from life expectancy, education levels and incomes.
Enough Indian currency for treatment in India The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) will issue Indian currency in the needed amount for those going to India for treatment after widespread criticism of the stricter earlier provision.
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).
The Federation of Nepalese Journalists (FNJ) has condemned displacement of Karobar correspondent Ramesh Rawal from his workstation in Kalikot district due to threats and unsafe working environment.
The Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) index rose by 29 points on Sunday to reach a six-year high of 1,074 points.
Over 3,700 individuals and companies have been blacklisted for not repaying loans taken from banks and financial institutions.
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…