Federation demands tourism minister to make tourism industry competitive by reducing air fares

Federation demands tourism minister to make tourism industry competitive by reducing air fares

20 January, Kathmandu. The Confederation of Nepal Industry has urged the Minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Sudan Kirati, to reduce air fares to make tourism more competitive. On Friday, the confederation met at the ministry and suggested immediate and long-term policy reforms, including steps to boost tourism, an initiative to remove it from … Read more

The mustard fields of Ratnachor are full of beehives

The mustard fields of Ratnachor are full of beehives

20 January, Galeshwar. Ratnachor’s field has turned yellow with mustard flowers. Bee hives are scattered in the fields. The area of ​​Ratnachor of Beni Municipality-1 of Myagdi has now become ‘viral’ due to bee pastures and crowd of people. Beni-4 Surkemela’s Dil Bahadur Khatri is engaged in beekeeping in this mustard field that is going … Read more

Animal husbandry with investment of 4 crores, monthly income of 15 lakhs

Animal husbandry with investment of 4 crores, monthly income of 15 lakhs

20 January, Sangja. Bishnuprasad Pokharel of Fedikhola Rural Municipality-1 rears cattle in Matikhan village of Syangja. He used to run a grocery shop and now he has started animal husbandry in his ancestral farm. He started the business with 10 buffaloes two years ago after registering with ‘Jan Vishwas Agriculture and Cattle Multipurpose Farm’. He … Read more

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

20,000 monthly income by making sal leaf topper

20,000 monthly income by making sal leaf topper

20 January, Kapilvastu. Dilkumari of Kapilvastu Banganga Municipality-10 Patna is earning Rs 20 thousand per month by selling Thapa Dona and Tapri. Since 2066, Thapa has adopted the profession of making Dana-Tapri. He didn’t want to leave home and was trained to make doona-tapri by the Home and Small Scale Industries Office and an NGO. … Read more

‘Who listens to the passport office?’ (video)

there are systems that can remove the queue, the administrator is not ready

19 January, Kathmandu. Ram Sharan Pariyar of Galchi-4, Dhading was standing in a queue on the ground floor of the passport department at Tripureshwar at 2 pm on Monday. Inside the parking lot of the basement, there was a long line of those who came with the name from the English letter ‘R’. That day … Read more

How important is demonetisation in Nepal?

Deposit exchange between banks, Nation Bank quietly

18 January, Kathmandu. The CPN United Socialist Party raised the issue of demonetisation through a memorandum to Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ on 17 January to solve the country’s economic crisis. “To bring the money hidden in the informal sector or in the mainstream of the economy, a program of issuing new notes and … Read more

Bankers request traders not to protest on the road over interest rates

Bankers request traders not to protest on the road over interest rates

19 January, Kathmandu. Nepal Industries Federation President Bishnu Kumar Agarwal said that due to sharp contraction in overall demand due to high interest rates, the morale of industrialists has dropped. Welcoming the newly elected working committee of the Bankers Association, he said that the business environment is not being created due to the interest rate. … Read more

Businessmen are not afraid of loss: Oli

Businessmen are not afraid of loss: Oli

CPN UML President and former Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli inaugurated the CNI COSI Expo 2079 at Biratnagar on Thursday. 19 January Biratnagar. CPN-UML President and former Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has asked industrialists and businessmen not to discuss suicide too much. Inaugurating the CNI COSI Expo 2079 at Biratnagar on Thursday, he asked … Read more

A remittance company may provide payment services through a subsidiary company.

Neelam Dhingana and Bam Bahadur Mishra appointed as Deputy Governors

19 January, Kathmandu. Nepal Rastra Bank has increased the paid-up capital of remittance companies and made arrangements to enable them to operate as payment system operators (PSOs) and payment service providers (PSPs) through subsidiaries. Nepal Rastra Bank issued Remittance Regulation 2079 and increased the minimum paid-up capital of remittance companies to 10 million and 25 … Read more

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