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सोमबार, मंसिर ४ , २०७४  |  
Monday, November 20, 2017
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  • Nepse bounces back, gains 84.51 points Aug 9, 2016 Arthatantranepse_photo
    KATHMANDU. The Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) index jumped 84.51 points on Tuesday, ending an eight-day losing streak. The capital market bounced back with Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon) scrapping a committee formed to probe alleged inflow of illicit money into the capital market. On Tuesday, Nepse imposed the circuit breaker, just an hour and 12 minutes into the trading. With more ...
  • Govt to provide Rs 1 m each to families of those killed during Madhes … Aug 5, 2016 Arthatantramoney
    KATHMANDU. A Cabinet meeting held in Singha Durbar on Friday decided to provide Rs 1 million each to the families of those killed during the Madhes Movement. Similarly, the meeting also decided to prove free treatment to the injured. The treatment expenses will be provided through the Ministry of Home Affairs,  Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Krishna Bahadur Mahara informed journalists ...
  • Are our highways deathtraps ? Aug 1, 2016 ArthatantraRoad-Accident4
    KATHMANDU. The alarming increase in the frequency of accidents on the highways in recent years shows just how unsafe our roads are. Nepal Police data shows that a lot of people are losing their lives in road accidents. Nearly 78 people were killed while more than 200 others were severely injured in road accidents in the past 15 days alone, according to police ...
  • NC, CPN (MC) agree to hold local bodies election within mid-April Jul 27, 2016 Arthatantravote election
    KATHMANDU. A meeting of the Nepali Congress and CPN (Maoist Center) has decided to move ahead for holding local bodies elections within mid-April, 2018 after settling issues related to delineation of provinces. NC senior leader Ram Chandra Poudel told the National News Agency (RSS) that the meeting of the two parties held at Singha Durbar took the decision in this regard. Poudel ...
  • Cabinet nod to ‘Clean Feed Policy’ : Foreign pay TV channels to be pr… Jul 24, 2016 ArthatantraTV
    KATHMANDU. The Cabinet on Friday decided to implement “Clean Feed System” on foreign pay TV channels telecast in Nepal. The move is expected to benefit the domestic advertising market, media and related businesses. “Clean Feed” is a transmission of broadcast content without advertisement. Nepali advertising agencies had long been demanding introduction of such a policy, stating unrestricted transmission of advertisements by foreign ...
  • All 35 KMC ward offices set to go digital today Jul 17, 2016 Arthatantrakathmandu
    KATHMANDU. Beginning Sunday, submitting household documents at the Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) in person will be a thing of the past, metropolis officials claim. In a bid to be more efficient in service delivery, for the first time the government is incorporating digitigal technologies and processes into day-to-day operations at the KMC. All of the 35 ward offices of the ...
  • Monetary Policy: NRB tightens flow of fund from banking system to stoc… Jul 14, 2016 ArthatantraGoverner Nepal Nepal rasatra Bank
    KATHMANDU. In a bid to tighten the flow of the finance from the banking sector to the stock market, Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has revised a policy to float loans of the bank and financial institutions (BFIs) against the shares pledge. Issuing the monetary policy for the fiscal year 2016/17 today, NRB Governor Chiranjibi Nepal announced the revision on the ...
  • Parliament passes Appropriation Bill Jul 10, 2016 Arthatantrabiniyojan bidek
    KATHMANDU. A history of sorts has been created in Nepal’s budgetary process with government having the authority to spend for the next fiscal year-several days before it begins-for the first time since 2000. Parliament on Saturday approved the Appropriation Bill, avoiding the need to bring a Cash Advance Bill that had become a regular feature of Nepal’s budgetary process, which has ...
  • First EPG meeting ends on high note Jul 6, 2016 ArthatantraNepal-India
    KATHMANDU. The first meeting of the Eminent Persons Group (EPG) on Nepal-India Relations (NIR) concluded on Tuesday with the two sides having different approaches—if not completely divergent views—at redefining age-old ties between the two countries. While the Nepali side remained focused on reviewing the Nepal-India Peace and Friendship Treaty of 1950 and taking immediate measures for trust building, its Indian counterpart ...
  • KMC comes up with ‘one ward, one park’ plan Jul 3, 2016 Arthatantraratnapark
    KATHMANDU. The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has come up with “one ward, one park” plan, aiming to create more open/green spaces in Kathmandu. The importance of open space in Kathmandu was highly felt after the devastating Gorkha Earthquake last year . Officials at the KMC said since June the metropolis has started constructing seven parks in different wards. One park each is being constructed ...