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Nepal Remit Joins NCHL for Direct Remittance Transaction

14 Aug, Kathmandu : Nepal Remit International P. Ltd. joins Nepal Clearing House Ltd. as indirect member for using...

Established Innovation Centre in All States

- Prakash Silwal 14 Aug, Kathmandu : Necessary process has been forwarded to establish innovation centre in all seven...
Pakistan observes 74th Independence Day

Pakistan observes 74th Independence Day

Kathmandu : On the occasion of the 74th Independence Day of Pakistan, the Embassy of Pakistan in Kathmandu held...
Light to moderate rain in many places today

Light to moderate rain in many places today

Kathmandu : The weather will remain partly to generally cloudy throughout the country today with chances of light to...
Lidi landslide : Four injured rescued to Kathmandu on helicopter

Lidi landslide : Four injured rescued to Kathmandu on helicopter

Sindhupalchowk : During the first phase of rescue, four people who suffered serious injuries in the landslide occurred this...
NTUC demands investigation into journalist Baniya’s death

NTUC demands investigation into journalist Baniya’s death

Kathmandu : Nepal Trade Union Congress (NTUC) has demanded investigation into the death of Assistant Editor of Kantipur daily,...
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NTB significantly cuts off budget to cope up with COVID crisis

By CB Adhikari Kathmandu : With all the touristic activities coming to a halt due to coronavirus pandemic, the budget size of Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) has shrank to million. The Board has allocated the budget of around Rs 820 million for the current fiscal year 2020-21 while in previous year, the annual budget figure would be around Rs two billion. A meeting of the NTB Board of Directors on Monday endorsed the budget focusing on study, research, digital marketing and promotion of domestic tourism. According to Board CEO Dr Dhananjay Regmi this year the size of budget was significantly cut off in lack of sufficient resources due to COVID-19 crisis. “We hardly could come with Rs 820 million budget, but...

Nepal Remit Joins NCHL for Direct Remittance Transaction

14 Aug, Kathmandu : Nepal Remit International P. Ltd. joins Nepal Clearing House Ltd. as indirect member for using National Payments Interface (NPI) to process its remittance transactions directly into the beneficiary’s bank accounts through NCHL-IPS system and connectIPS...

NEPSE witnesses increase by 75 points

1 July Kathmandu : The Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) has concluded today's transaction after recording NEPSE index with a rise by six percent. The share market measuring body, NEPSE saw increase for the past two consecutive days. It however decreased...

Remittance transfer through mobile wallet

26 June Kathmandu : Khalti Mobile Wallet have announced that transfer of remittance from Japan and Korea is now available through mobile. This service is operated in collaboration with City Express Money Transfer and its sister organisations, City Express Money...

Call to resume operation of share market at the earliest

28 April Kathmandu : The Securities Board of Nepal (SEBON)– an apex regulator of securities markets – has clarified that preparation are underway to open share market in the near future. At a virtual conference organized here today by Society...

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    Established Innovation Centre in All States

    - Prakash Silwal 14 Aug, Kathmandu : Necessary process has been forwarded to establish innovation centre in all seven states for overall capacity building...

    Pakistan observes 74th Independence Day

    Kathmandu : On the occasion of the 74th Independence Day of Pakistan, the Embassy of Pakistan in Kathmandu held a flag hoisting ceremony at...

    Nepal Remit Joins NCHL for Direct Remittance Transaction

    14 Aug, Kathmandu : Nepal Remit International P. Ltd. joins Nepal Clearing House Ltd. as indirect member for using National Payments Interface (NPI) to...

    Gold Up by Rs 2400 Per Tola in Nepali Market

    13 Aug, Kathmandu : With sharp fall of Rs 6,200 on Wednesday, the price of per tola (11.66 grammes) fine gold has increased by...

    NTB significantly cuts off budget to cope up with COVID crisis

    By CB Adhikari Kathmandu : With all the touristic activities coming to a halt due to coronavirus pandemic, the budget size of Nepal Tourism Board...

    Call to Withdraw Price Hike of Jar, Bottled Water

     Ramesh Giri 11 Aug, Bhaktapur : The consumers have asked the government to immediately scrap its decision to hike the retail price of bottled and...

    Gold price increases Rs 1600 per tola to reach Rs 101,400

    Kathmandu : Price of gold has shot up by Rs 1,600 per tola today to reach Rs 101,400 as compared to Rs 99,800 per...

    48 domestic flights to be resumed from August 15

    Kathmandu : Different airlines would resume 48 domestic commercial flights every day from August 17. Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN), the regulatory body,...

    Upcoming President Of Nepali Congress Dr. Shekhar Koirala

    ♦ By Yazya Prasad Bhattarai Preparations for the upcoming Nepali Congress General Assembly have begun slowly. The distribution of active membership is slowly moving forward. Gradually, ward, village, town, region, district and state sessions are being held. The current organizational activities of the Nepali Congress do not seem to be very active. Only the General Assembly can be a proper and reliable platform for the leadership level, which has been burdened by the heavy burden for the last 30 years. It also lays the groundwork...