- Anarchy of businessmen
- Resolution of problem of compensation
- Compensation before construction of projects
- Hopes in tourism sector
- Enthusiasm in tourism sector
- NRN Regional Conference starts in Nagano
- Operation of night buses to resume in Kathmandu
- PDA for Upper Karnali and foreign investment
- IB approves PDA for Upper Karnali
- Promoter shares of NIB not sold
- Royal hunters now forest guards
- Control of hawala
- Govt to acquire land amicably
- Manpower sends Rs 40 b abroad through hawala
Compensation before construction of projects Those providing land for development of projects will now get compensation before start of construction work as per the Land Acquisition for Infrastructure Development Projects, Resettlement and Rehabilitation Regulations 2014 prepared by the National Planning Commission (NPC).
Enthusiasm in tourism sector Fall in the frequency of strikes and other disruptive activities has had a positive impact on tourism sector with the tourists also showing interest to visit Nepal following the second Constituent Assembly (CA) election.
NRN Regional Conference starts in Nagano The Eighth Regional Conference of the Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) has started at Tateshina Resort in Nagano, Japan from Thursday.
Operation of night buses to resume in Kathmandu The government will resume operation of night buses in Kathmandu with the Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) starting preparations to resume the service from mid-October after a gap of one year.
IB approves PDA for Upper Karnali The Investment Board (IB) has approved a reformed project development agreement (PDA) with GMR Energy Limited of India for 900 MW Upper Karnali Project after continuous efforts since 2013.
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).
Hotels in Chitwan have set a fixed price for food amidst complains of fleecing of passengers by the roadside eateries and hotels in lack of a fixed rate.
Finance Minister Ram Sharan Mahat and Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) Governor had a banter on the role of regulatory body and private sector on Sunday.
Around 80 percent of promoter shares of Nepal Investment Bank (NIB) owned by Rastriya Banijya Bank (RBB) have remained unsold with the investors showing no interest to buy them.
There is extreme polarization in the umbrella organization of the private sector, Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI).