There is a need for a radical change in the industrial policy: State Chief Sherchan

15 Manseer, Butwal. Lumbini chief Amik Sherchan has said that Nepal’s industrial policy needs a radical change. Commenting on the insufficient and sustainable industrial policies hitherto, he stressed the need for overhaul to create a self-reliant economy. Inaugurating the 44th Foundation Day of Rupendhi Industries Association, State Chief Sher Chan made it clear that an… Continue reading There is a need for a radical change in the industrial policy: State Chief Sherchan

Finance Minister urges entrepreneurs to make mobiles in Nepal

Finance Minister Janardan Sharma. file photo 15 December, Kathmandu. Finance Minister Janardan Sharma has urged mobile entrepreneurs to make mobiles in Nepal. He said that the government is ready to provide necessary help for this. This was stated by Finance Minister Sharma while inaugurating the General Conference of Nepal Mobile Distributors Association on Wednesday. He… Continue reading Finance Minister urges entrepreneurs to make mobiles in Nepal

‘If the government is honest, it will not take long for the newcomers to improve’

Fighting staff, loving passengers and a proud history, these three elements are enough for Nepal Airlines Corporation to prosper. However, after the change of government, the organization is on the verge of collapse due to the leadership thinking that if it does not bring its people, it will not get any share. It is said… Continue reading ‘If the government is honest, it will not take long for the newcomers to improve’

‘Nepal Airlines has become the bag of politics’

There is a tendency for political parties and government structures to view Nepal Airlines Corporation as other public enterprises. Let us evaluate each political appointment and the character to be elected in it. One’s political beliefs are not a big question. However, more efficient and expert leadership is needed to run this organization. We have… Continue reading ‘Nepal Airlines has become the bag of politics’

The construction of Kanti Highway, which started 65 years ago, is yet to be completed.

file photo October 7, Kathmandu. The construction of Kanti Highway, an alternative highway connecting Kathmandu and Hetauda, ​​will take a few more years to complete. An additional contract worth Rs 1.5 billion is to be signed to complete the project. The Kanti Highway road project, which started construction in 2013 BS, has sought a budget… Continue reading The construction of Kanti Highway, which started 65 years ago, is yet to be completed.

Stock market for three months: 41.60 billion shares added

3 Manseer, Kathmandu. In the first quarter of the current financial year 2078/79, 41.60 billion new shares (including debentures) have been added to the Nepal Stock Exchange. According to Napse, the amount of ordinary shares (IPOs) issued to the public in a span of just three months stood at Rs 3.56 billion. According to the… Continue reading Stock market for three months: 41.60 billion shares added

Providing loan for purchase of land through provident fund

2 Mansir, Far West. Employees’ Provident Fund is going to give loans to the savers for the purchase of land. Rajendra Bikram KC, head of the fund’s Dhangarhi office, said that once the ‘Saver Lender Procedure, 2078′ is approved, the way for implementation of the land purchase loan has been opened. The fund will now… Continue reading Providing loan for purchase of land through provident fund

Six student organizations will gherao Oil Corporation in protest against price hike

25 October, Kathmandu. Six student organizations are going to gherao the office of Nepal Oil Corporation on Friday to demand withdrawal of hike in fuel prices. Addressing an interaction program organized by Nepal Economic Journalists Association, ANNISU President Sudesh Parajuli said that employees including the General Manager of Nepal Oil Corporation will not be allowed… Continue reading Six student organizations will gherao Oil Corporation in protest against price hike

What happened between the CEO of the Tourism Board and the customs staff at the airport?

22 October, Kathmandu. On Saturday (Bhaitika), a scuffle broke out between the Chief Executive Officer of Nepal Tourism Board, Dr. Dhananjay Regmi and customs officials. However, both the sides have claimed that the incident happened because of each other. CEO Regmi, who returned to Nepal along with Tourism Minister Prem Bahadur Ali after attending the… Continue reading What happened between the CEO of the Tourism Board and the customs staff at the airport?

Tuplejung. It is easy to bring cardamom to the farmers of

file photo October 20, Fungling. Faktanglung Village Municipality-6 of Taplejung Prince Rai of Lelep does not have time even during the festivities. Today he is engaged in picking and drying cardamom. Rai’s engagement has increased from the second week of September after the cardamom ripens. He is producing about nine values ​​of cardamom annually. Indra… Continue reading Tuplejung. It is easy to bring cardamom to the farmers of