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सोमबार, मंसिर ४ , २०७४  |  
Monday, November 20, 2017
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  • Endangered species of bird comes into view after 178 yrs May 23, 2016 Arthatantrared-faced Liocichila Nepal
    CHITWAN. A rare and endangered species of bird which was first spotted in Chitwan by a foreigner ornithologist some 178 years ago and was not seen thereafter has come to view yet again. A team of ornithologists from the Bird Education Society and the Nepalese Ornithologists Union (NOS) recently spotted red-faced Liocichila of Liocichila Phoenicea spices at Chisapani in Dahakhani in ...
  • Panama Papers: NRB collects financial info of Nepalis in leak May 20, 2016 Arthatantrapanamapapers
    KATHMANDU. Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has collected the financial details of 28 Nepalis who have been named in the Panama Papers as possessing offshore wealth in various tax havens as it begins a probe into their hidden holdings. The leaked records reveal how the world’s rich and powerful hide their millions, and among them are a bunch of Nepali high rollers. The ...
  • NRA releases over Rs11 billion for 11 quake-hit districts May 17, 2016 ArthatantraEarthquake
    KATHMANDU. The National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) on Monday released Rs11.11 billion for the 11 worst quake-hit districts for reconstruction of quake-damaged houses. Of the total Rs12.41 billion provided by the high-powered authority to the Central Project Implementation Unit under the Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development, the Implementation Unit released the amount to respective District Development Committees (DDC), according to ...
  • ‘Govt encouraging pseudo-industrialization’ May 12, 2016 Arthatantra
    KATHMANDU. Manufacturing sector, victimized by politics and energy crisis, has been further damaged by the government’s equal treatment to raw materials and finished products. The government has been encouraging deindustrialization by levying equal customs duty on raw materials and finished products, according to business fraternity. The government levies equal tax on most of the raw materials and finished products which is ...
  • Nepal to bring in one million tourists in 2018 May 9, 2016 Arthatantrapresident
    KATHMANDU. The government new policies and programmes presented by President Bidya Devi Bhandari before the Legislature-Parliament today declared 2018 as the ‘Tourism Year’ with a confidence to bring in as many as one million tourists in Nepal in the same year. The policies and programmes for fiscal year 2016/017 have it that a specific strategy will be devised in view of drawing ...
  • Banks once again flushed with excess liquidity May 6, 2016 Arthatantraliquidity
    KATHMANDU. The banking system is once again flushed with excess liquidity after a brief spell of contraction at the end of the third quarter. With the surplus funds moped up by the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) starting to come back to the market, the banks are sitting on excess liquidity of Rs30 billion as of Wednesday. The banking system had faced a slight ...
  • Reconstruction project in 11 districts Apr 25, 2016 ArthatantraEarthquake
    KATHMANDU. The National Reconstruction Authority formally took its house rebuilding project to 11 severely quake-affected districts on Sunday, on the first anniversary of the devastating earthquake. The NRA announced the names of 300,981 beneficiaries in 11 of the 14 worst-his districts. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli reached Chautara in Sindhupalchok—the worst-hit district in terms of casualties—to lay the foundation stone for ...
  • Chinese green Development and our learning Apr 18, 2016 ArthatantraAmritnath Timilsina
    Nepal, as a developing country many opportunity and threats are surrounding. Now we have some difficulties and Threats. When we got earthquake as a big problem many people lost their property, households, family member also. In the facing time of earthquake impact we pressed by the blockade of southern part of Nepal. After this two big problem created by nature ...
  • Housing aid too little, too late?   Apr 15, 2016 ArthatantraEarthquake
    KATHMANDU. Almost a year after the devastating earthquake that killed nearly 9,000 people and rendered tens of thousands homeless, the government is gearing up to rebuild houses and infrastructure and has started distributing Rs 200,000 housing aid. But is Rs 200,000, which will be released in installments, sufficient for constructing houses? Ask earthquake survivors of some of the remote parts of ...
  • GMR Cannot Leave Upper Karnali, Says IBN, IFC Apr 8, 2016 ArthatantraUper-Karnali-Hydro
    KATHMANDU. Investment Board Nepal (IBN) and International Finance Corporation (IFC) have said that Indian infrastructure major GMR cannot sell its shares in GMR Upper Karnali Hydropower Ltd until at least seven years. They said any transaction of shares before that would be against Project Development Agreement (PDA) that GMR signed with IBN in 2014. Breach of any clause in PDA might ...