Jail mess: An example of government’s skewed approach towards youth enterprise

Jail restaurant that went viral on Tik Tok has been closed by the administration

20 January, Kathmandu. Dipu Jaiswal used to run a hardware shop in Bhairahawa for 10 years. From July 2078, his business started slowing down. There was a lot of borrowing in the market, money did not increase. Jaiswal tried everything possible to save the business, including paying off the bank loan by selling the property. … Read more

The cost of 10 billion Gauravka project has increased to 26 billion

Excavation of tunnels from Parsi to Sunkoshi-Marin diversion

19 January, Kathmandu. It has been observed that the initial cost of 24 national pride projects of Nepal has gone up and has almost tripled. According to the National Planning Commission, the initial cost of 24 national pride projects was 10 trillion 46 billion rupees. However, these projects could not be completed on time. As … Read more

WHO pushes for making helmets mandatory for pillion riders

WHO pushes for making helmets mandatory for pillion riders

18 January, Kathmandu. On Monday, there was a discussion in the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport about making helmets mandatory for passengers sitting behind motorcycles and scooters (bikes). After this discussion, many people have criticized this kind of homework of the government, most of them believe that this issue is impractical and self-motivated. According … Read more

Large ships that have reached a height of 1000 feet from the ground will no longer be allowed to ‘turn the runway’

Large ships that have reached a height of 1000 feet from the ground will no longer be allowed to 'turn the runway'

18 January Kadamdos. According to VFR (Visual Flight Rules), planes reaching an altitude of 1,000 feet above the ground during landing are no longer allowed to change the designated runway and turn the plane. The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal has brought such a rule for all aircraft flying in Nepal. According to the authority, … Read more

Economic crisis in Pakistan, a lesson for Nepal

Economic crisis in Pakistan, a lesson for Nepal

18 January, Kathmandu. Pakistan surrounded by political instability is now facing economic crisis. According to economists, climate change, the COVID-19 pandemic, the ongoing war in Ukraine, the global economic slowdown and mainly internal political instability have brought the Pakistani economy to its knees. As the world is heading towards an economic recession, there is a … Read more

In Melmachi, the commitment to take it was lost, neglecting the restoration of the estuary

In Melmachi, the commitment to take it was lost, neglecting the restoration of the estuary

18 January, Kathmandu. When the long-awaited Melmachi water supply project entered its final stages of construction, such was the situation that when the work was completed, a gamble was taken that the water would be released in Kathmandu. Therefore, fearing to give up power before the inauguration, Melmchi’s water was doused in Kathmandu on February … Read more

The Finance Ministry has decided to cut the current budgets of all federal agencies by 20 percent.

What is the stress of 'Final Fight Days' for the budget team?

17 January, Kathmandu. The Finance Ministry has decided to cut the current budget of all federal ministries by 20 percent. The Finance Ministry has decided to reduce expenditure and stabilize expenditure to maintain the financial balance of the government by being frugal in the budget and expenditure of the current financial year. The Finance Ministry … Read more

The corridors are also jammed, the main road is even more difficult

The corridors are also jammed, the main road is even more difficult

17 January, Kathmandu. Madhav Bertaula, a resident of Balkhu, uses the Bagmati Corridor road in Tinkunne two years after coming to office. Initially there was not much traffic on this road. “Earlier the corridor used to be empty, now it seems there are more vehicles than the main road. You can’t walk between 9 am … Read more

With mobile licenses in the bag, the customer is left with no choice

With mobile licenses in the bag, the customer is left with no choice

17 January, Kathmandu. There is a problem in the service of Nepal Telecom since January 3. There is a lot of problem of not ringing the phone, even if it rings then the network is weak and the conversation is not understood or gets cut in the middle. However, consumers have limited options for accessible … Read more

Inter-bank ATM usage charges reduced, QR payment limit increased

Inter-bank ATM usage charges reduced, QR payment limit increased

17 January, Kathmandu. Nepal Rastra Bank has reduced the charges for inter-bank ATM services. It has been arranged that the fee for withdrawing money using one bank’s ATM card at another bank’s ATM will now be a maximum of Rs 15. The daily limit of amount has also been increased in digital transactions through mobile … Read more

Himal Sanchar