Why did India stop importing palm oil and tea from Nepal?

11 June, Kathmandu. Soon after India imposed a formal ban on the export of palm oil from Nepal, a similar ban was imposed on tea. This has left the tea farmers and traders of Nepal, while Corona has indicated that it will add to the problems in the affected economy. The Directorate General of Foreign… Continue reading Why did India stop importing palm oil and tea from Nepal?

Postpone budget for MPs: Congress

11 June, Kathmandu. The main opposition party Nepali Congress has proposed to cut the budget given by the government to the MPs. This was suggested in a report on the economy prepared by the Congress with experts and finance ministers. Currently, the government has allocated Rs 60 million to each constituency through the Local Infrastructure… Continue reading Postpone budget for MPs: Congress

Instructions not to use notes with the king’s picture

11 June, Kathmandu. Now the note bearing the king’s picture will be removed from circulation. The Nepal Rashtriya Bank (NRB) on Sunday directed banks and financial institutions not to issue banknotes affecting Raja’s image. The public can hand over the notes to the bank. The bank will have to deposit such notes to the National… Continue reading Instructions not to use notes with the king’s picture

Scientists have created the internet with the highest speed

How long does it take you to download high resolution movies from the internet? It can be fun to hear that a thousand movies can be downloaded in just a second. But it is real. In the future, the average Internet user will be able to interview this very high-speed Internet. Scientists in Australia have… Continue reading Scientists have created the internet with the highest speed

Wikipedia’s new rules to prevent ‘toxic behavior’

Wikipedia, the world’s largest encyclopedia, will implement a new code of conduct to prevent “rude and aggressive” behavior by its volunteer writers / editors. The Wikimedia Foundation, which runs the Wikipedia site, has decided in favor of a new code of conduct to combat the “toxic behavior” of some volunteers. The new rules will be… Continue reading Wikipedia’s new rules to prevent ‘toxic behavior’

Bodies of 150 workers stayed abroad, 58 were cremated

11 June, Kathmandu. The bodies of over 149 Nepalese workers who were killed for various reasons while working abroad have been found abroad. The family of the deceased is in more pain because the body did not come even after the death of a relative. The country is under siege due to the global corona… Continue reading Bodies of 150 workers stayed abroad, 58 were cremated

Seeking exemption of detention charge levied by shipping company

10 June, Birganj. Birganj Chamber of Commerce and Industry has urged the government to take the initiative to waive the detention charges levied by the shipping company on the container of goods. The union issued a press release on Saturday urging the government to take necessary steps to waive detention charges during the lockdown period.… Continue reading Seeking exemption of detention charge levied by shipping company

Businessmen running: Trade Unions

27 April, Kathmandu. The National Trade Union Confederation (NTUC) has demanded immediate announcement of a relief package, saying long-term trade is on the verge of collapse. The union has complained that the government has not thought of anything for businessmen, although shutters of all shops have been closed for the past two months. Central Secretary… Continue reading Businessmen running: Trade Unions

Chitwan farmers troubled by disease in Chitwan

June 10, Chitwan. Farmers in Khirhani municipality in eastern Chitwan are troubled by a disease called Bl penicill blight, which is found in the Harinath variety of paddy. According to Dhruva Acharya, technical assistant of Khairhani Municipality Agricultural Branch, the disease has damaged the Chait paddy crop in wards 6 and 7 of the city.… Continue reading Chitwan farmers troubled by disease in Chitwan

Former minister Bisa’s dream came true

June 10, Dang. Lokendra Bisa is hardly unheard of. He led the war during the War of the Ten Years. After entering the peace process, he became a minister. He left active politics and moved into commercial agriculture. Initially, black rice was cultivated in Kavre. After stopping the paddy cultivation, he started Dragon Fruit Farming… Continue reading Former minister Bisa’s dream came true