- Organic alternative for pesticides
- Direction of monetary policy
- Necessary intervention against Chure abuse
- Monetary Policy today
- China to provide hangar worth Rs 4 b to NAC
- 25 percent of expenditure in 12th month
- Earthworms obstruct flights
- Export of stones, pebbles banned
- Flourishing banana farming in Bhardaha
- Reform of customs system
- Merger of 31 institutions stalled due to swap ratio
- Hope from private sector for solar energy
- 271 arrested for financial crimes in four years
- Tomato revolution and market
Monetary Policy today The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) will bring Monetary Policy on Friday to complement the government’s fiscal policy to encourage investment and control inflation.
China to provide hangar worth Rs 4 b to NAC The Chinese government, that has agreed to provide six airplanes to the Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) on grant and soft loan, will also provide a hangar for repair and maintenance of the airplanes given.
25 percent of expenditure in 12th month The government has spent 25.5 percent of the development budget allocated for the last fiscal year 2070/71 in the last month of the fiscal year.
Earthworms obstruct flights The only international airport of Nepal, Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), is facing problems in landing and take-off of airplanes almost daily due to earthworms on the runway.
Export of stones, pebbles banned The government has banned export of construction materials like stones, pebbles and sand to India after rise of uncontrolled extraction in the Chure region.
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).
There were only five households involved in banana farming in Bhardaha Village Development Committee (VDC) of Saptari until five years ago.
Finance Minister Ram Sharan Mahat has stated that the budget is focused on simplification of policies, structures and processes seen as the barriers for economic development.
Merger of 31 banks and financial institutions has been stalled in lack of agreement for swap ratio for shares.
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…