PM is hiding economic problems

6 January, Kathmandu. On Friday, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba gave another speech to the nation. Despite hoping to inspire people amid the pandemic, Prime Minister Deuba poignantly sang only his government’s ‘glory song’, in the style of his predecessor KP Sharma Oli, raising hopes for the future. The lengthy address, which included descriptions of… Continue reading PM is hiding economic problems

Effect of Corona: Vegetable consumption decreased in Kathmandu

file photo January 7, Kathmandu. Traders say that the consumption of green vegetables in the market has started decreasing due to the increase in the infection of the new variant of the corona virus (Covid-19), Omicron. Vendors at Kalimati Vegetable Market in Kathmandu have said that they will have to reduce their purchase of vegetables… Continue reading Effect of Corona: Vegetable consumption decreased in Kathmandu

Foreign employment office deserted after providing online services

January 7, Kathmandu. As overseas employment-related services begin to flow online, the premises of the Foreign Employment Office in Tehchal, Kathmandu, have been deserted. Office congestion has reduced after the government issued online labor permits and re-labor permits, removed the obligation to visit the office for labor permits and re-labor permits for workers going for… Continue reading Foreign employment office deserted after providing online services

Three directors of the corporation protested for not sitting in the meeting

January 7, Kathmandu. Dim Prasad Paudel, general manager and director of Nepal Airlines Corporation, and Ishwari Paudel and Phar Galje Sherpa, both directors, could not attend the board meeting on Thursday. Due to long interruption in the meeting place by the employees of the corporation, all the three operators have not been able to attend… Continue reading Three directors of the corporation protested for not sitting in the meeting

Confusion of customs department in agent’s examination!

December 7, Kathmandu. The Customs Department announced on Friday that the written examination of the Customs Agent has been postponed due to the spread of corona infection. However the surprising thing is that the customs department did not fix the date and time of the written examination of the customs agent. Around 9,000 applicants are… Continue reading Confusion of customs department in agent’s examination!

Demand from transport businessmen not to apply force on vehicles

file photo January 7, Kathmandu. Transport businessmen have suggested the District Administration Office Kathmandu not to install heavy duty system on vehicles. On Friday, the District Administration Office, Kathmandu discussed the implementation of push-pull system in vehicles with the National Federation of Nepali Transport Entrepreneurs and other stakeholders. During the discussion, the transport businessmen said… Continue reading Demand from transport businessmen not to apply force on vehicles

Entrepreneurs said: Business should be allowed to operate after meeting health standards

January 7, Kathmandu. In the wake of the Corona pandemic, businesses have demanded that the government allow businesses to operate in a manner that meets health standards. Entrepreneurs of various businesses have demanded that the government facilitates them to do business with Corona, saying that the government has been imposing lockdown in the past due… Continue reading Entrepreneurs said: Business should be allowed to operate after meeting health standards

discussion of opening financial staff hospital

January 7, Kathmandu. The Bankers Association has started discussions to run the Financial Staff Hospital. There is a growing demand for the operation of financial staff hospitals for the convenience of the employees of banks and financial sectors. The Bankers’ Association had earlier asked Nepal Rastra Bank that the hospital should be allowed to operate… Continue reading discussion of opening financial staff hospital

NIC Asia’s Miracles, Profits and Other Indicators Are Encouraging

Bank CEO Roshan Newpane January 7, Kathmandu. NIC Asia Bank has made a net profit of Rs 2.40 billion in the first six months of the current financial year. As per the bank’s public financial statements till mid-December, the bank’s profits have shown decent growth, while other indicators are also encouraging. The profit has increased… Continue reading NIC Asia’s Miracles, Profits and Other Indicators Are Encouraging

Proposal to increase the compensation of passengers by 5 times in the event of an internal air accident

6 January, Kathmandu. The government has drafted a law to internationalize the compensation of passengers in domestic air accidents. According to Dr. Tokraj Pandey, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, the ministry has prepared a draft bill to arrange for liability and insurance of air transport service operators and submitted it to… Continue reading Proposal to increase the compensation of passengers by 5 times in the event of an internal air accident