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सोमबार, मंसिर ४ , २०७४  |  
Monday, November 20, 2017
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  • Export cash incentive scheme ‘fails’ to meet desired objectives Feb 26, 2017 Arthatantra????????????????????????????????????
    KATHMANDU. In December, 40 tonnes of yellow lentils worth over Rs10 million being smuggled from India were intercepted by the police in Parsa. The surprising element in confiscation of the product was self sufficiency achieved by Nepal in lentil production. Nepal produced 226,830 tonnes of lentils in 2014, becoming the world’s fifth largest country in lentil production, says a November report of the ...
  • 1.3m pilgrims likely to visit Pashupati this Shivaratri Feb 22, 2017 ArthatantraPashupatinath Temple
    KATHMANDU. The Pashupati Aread Development Trust (PADT) says around 1.3 million pilgrims are likely to visit the Pashupatinath temple this Mahashivaratri, which will be observed on Friday. Around one million people had visited the temple last year, according to the PADT. Preparations for the Mahashivaratri festival have almost been completed, a PADT official said. The temple will be opened for puja ...
  • Local elections on May 14, MoFA to dole out 10 billion rupees to EC Feb 20, 2017 Arthatantravote election
    Kathmandu, Feb 20: The Government has decided to hold the local elections at the same day across the country on coming May 14. The date was finalized by a meeting this evening of the Council of Ministers. A decision was also taken to release Rs. 10.29 billion from the Finance Ministry to the Election Commission for the purpose of the election, ...
  • Birgunj Sub Metropolis bulldozes vegetable vendors’ flimsy stall… Feb 19, 2017 Arthatantrakathmandu baneshwor tarkarai bazar dozer
    BIRGUNJ. The Birgunj Sub Metropolitan City this morning evicted vegetable vendors from a land property it owns near the Ghantaghar area. The vegetable vendors had earlier been running their business at Mina Bazaar from where they were shifted to the open space near Ghantaghar. The sub metropolis had started construction of a complex in Mina Bazaar forcing the vegetable vendors to ...
  • Home he returns, in a coffin, almost six years after death Feb 16, 2017 ArthatantraRam-Bahadur-Tamang-coffin nepal TIA
    KATHMANDU. When the phone rang on July 8, 2011, Raj Kumar Moktan was sitting with his mother and sisters at Hiledevi-5 in Ramechhap district. The call was from Saudi Arabia where his father Bam Bahadur Moktan had gone to work. When he picked up the phone, his father’s friend was on the other side, who informed him that his father had ...
  • Supreme Court suspends implementation of Chand’s IGP appointment Feb 12, 2017 ArthatantraLaw crime court
    KATHMANDU. The Supreme Court on Sunday issued an order suspending the implementation of Jaya Bahadur Chand’s appointment as the new Inspector General of Police (IGP). A single bench of Chief Justice Sushila Karki also ordered to produce the decisions regarding the IGP’s appointment. Advocate Kapil Dev Bhatta had filed a case at the apex court on Friday (February 10) after Nepali Congress leader ...
  • BIMSTEC Senior Officials Meet concludes, Summit to be held by 2017-end Feb 8, 2017 Arthatantra3D business white people. Business meeting
    KATHMANDU. The 17th Session of BIMSTEC Senior Officials’ Meeting (SOM) has concluded in Kathmandu on Tuesday, with an understanding to host the summit meeting by the end of 2017. The SOM meeting represented by senior foreign ministry officials from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Thailand gave concurrence to Nepal’s proposal to host the fourth BIMSTEC Summit in October/November in ...
  • Survey of Tatopani infrastructure for resuming trade with China Feb 5, 2017 ArthatantraTatopani
    KATHMANDU. A team from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is in Tatopani on the Nepal-China border in Sindhupalchok district to study the damaged trade infrastructure. Twenty officials from the ministry are studying the physical infrastructure that will be needed to reopen the transit point devastated by the Gorkha Earthquake. Chief District Officer Antar Bahadur Silwal said the team led by Joint Secretary ...
  • Trip Advisor announced top 10 hotels in Nepal Jan 31, 2017 Arthatantranepal-hotel
    KATHMANDU. Trip Advisor, a popular online travel portal, has announced top 10 hotels in Nepal. Hotels from Kathmandu, Pokhara and Nagarkot have been included in the Traveler’s Choice 2017 list. Two hotels from Pokhara, seven hotels from Kathmandu, one from Nagarkot have been included in the list. Trip Advisor declares top hotel every year based on the suggestions and advice from foreign ...
  • NRA releases Rs 11.75b for second tranche of aid Jan 27, 2017 ArthatantraEarthquake
    KATHMANDU. The National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) has decided to release Rs 11.75 billion for the second tranche of housing aid in all 14 affected districts most affected by the Gorkha Earthquake. A meeting held on Wednesday decided to authorise the Central Project Implementation Unit under the Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development to release the funds in the respective districts, ...