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सोमबार, मंसिर ४ , २०७४  |  
Monday, November 20, 2017
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  • Dashain aayo, khaunla piunla … … Oct 2, 2016 Arthatantradashain festival of Nepal
    KATHMANDU. At around 10:15am on Friday, around 30 people had queued up in front of two tellers at Halchowk branch of Himalayan Bank, one of the oldest private sector banks in Nepal. Normally, the branch office does not see such a crowd at that hour of the day. “But for the last seven to eight days, all branch offices of the ...
  • ‘Air pollution major killer in Nepal’ Sep 28, 2016 ArthatantraAir pollution data
    KATHMANDU. Ambient (outdoor) air pollution causes over 9,000 deaths every year, with coronary artery disease and stroke each killing more than 3,000 people in Nepal in 2012, according to findings made public by the World Health Organization on Tuesday. The new analysis of 103 countries found that 36 people out of every 100,000 die in Nepal from outdoor air pollution leading ...
  • Capital expenditure fails to pick up pace Sep 25, 2016 Arthatantracapital expanditure
    KATHMANDU. Construction of critical physical infrastructure projects that are required to unlock private investment and rekindle economic growth may not move ahead at a desired pace this fiscal year as well, as the government’s capital spending is yet to show signs of picking up pace. As of Thursday, the government has spent only Rs 2.7 billion, or 0.9 per cent of ...
  • Govt to set up climate-smart villages Sep 19, 2016 Arthatantrasmart village clipart
    KATHMANDU. The government is planning to establish 150 climate-smart villages across the country in this fiscal year, where the local communities will be equipped with capacity, technologies and knowledge to adapt to the increasing impacts of climate change on various sectors linked with livelihood. The Department of Environment (DoEnv) under the Ministry of Environment and Population (MoEP) has prepared a climate-smart ...
  • Trucks with Nepali ginger allowed to enter India Sep 11, 2016 Arthatantraaduwa
    KATHMANDU. Even as the Indian customs office allowed trucks loaded with Nepali ginger to enter its territory on Friday, it is not certain whether the move heralds a permanent end to the ban placed on entry of the Nepali spice to India. On Friday, 16 trucks containing Nepali ginger entered India through the Kakadbhitta-Panitanki border point. Indra Budhathoki, general secretary of Nepal ...
  • Over 100 Nepali children a month smuggled to India as bonded labor: Ac… Sep 5, 2016 ArthatantraNepali child
    KATHMANDU. Rescued from bonded labor in India, Ekraj Biswakarma, 15, of Jajarkot district,  reached Kathmandu on Thursday, his dream of studying in a boarding school and improving his family’s lot presumably shattered. The boy, who found  it hard to get a good education amidst the poverty in his family,  had been lured by some ‘unknown agent’ in his village. He was ...
  • NEA disconnects 3,000 power supply lines, raises Rs 62 million arrears Aug 31, 2016 Arthatantraelectricity
    KATHMANDU. Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has disconnected power supply to a total of 3,411 consumers across the country, reasoning the owners failed to pay tariff for long. After the NEA emerged tough against the non-payers, Rs 62 million in arrears has been raised so far. The non-payer’s power supply was cut since August 19. Even the government offices have been punished by the ...
  • Tourist arrivals jump 13 percent in first half of 2016 Aug 22, 2016 ArthatantraTourist in nepal 1
    KATHMANDU. Tourist arrivals to Nepal jumped 12.77 percent in the first six months of 2016, showing incipient signs that the tourism industry is stirring back to normal after suffering a series of disasters last year. According to Department of Immigration statistics, Nepal received 313,512 tourists in the first half this year, against 277,992 in the same period a year ago. Despite ...
  • Caan all set to ban passenger flights by single-engine planes Aug 15, 2016 ArthatantraCivil-Aviation-Authority-of-Nepal Airlines
    KATHMANDU. Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (Caan) is all set to ban chartered passenger flights by single-engine aircraft. The move comes after two consecutive crashes this year due to engine failure. In February, an Air Kasthamandap P-750 XSTOL flight crash-landed at Chilkhaya of Kalikot district, in which two of its pilots were killed. Again in August, Makalu Air’s Cessna Caravan ...
  • Prez Bhandari honors youths on International Youth Day Aug 12, 2016 ArthatantraPresident Bidya Devi Bhandari with winners of the National Youth Award 2016 amid a programme organised by the National Youth Council on the occasion of International Youth Day, in Kathmandu, on Friday, August 12, 2016. Photo: RSS
    KATHMANDU. The government has felicitated the youth and organizations making notable contribution nation building with the National Youth Award. President Bidya Devi Bhandari and Sports Minister Daljit Shripaili felicitated them on the occasion of International Youth Day amid a function here in the capital on Friday. The program was organized by the National Youth Council. The felicitated personalities are comedian Sitaram Kattel ...