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    The government has approved an additional Rs 73 billion investment in two hydroelectric projects 

    The government gave its approval on Saturday for the injection of an additional Rs 73 billion in capital into the building and development of two hydroelectricity projects in the country. During the 48th meeting of the Investment Board Nepal (IBN),...

    Three months after taking office, Deuba gives his administration its final structure.

    Ministers and state ministers were appointed by Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba on Friday, nearly three months after he took office. The appointments included 16 new cabinet members and two state ministers. The President's Office has issued a statement regarding...

    Nepal’s excess energy is being wasted because there are no consumers for it currently

    Until 2017, Nepal was a powerless country, with outages lasting up to 18 hours a day. Although the government currently possesses excess energy, it does not have a solid plan for exporting electricity. This results in daily electricity waste...

    Prachanda Bahadur Shrestha is elected as the new chairman of Himalayan Bank Limited.

    Mr. Prachanda Bahadur Shrestha, the newly elected Chairman of Himalayan Bank Limited, has taken the Oath of Secrecy from Mr. Maha Prasad Adhikari, Governor of the Nepal Rastra Bank, in the presence of the Governor of the Nepal Rastra...

    The inclusion of security elements in an e-passport is recommended

    The government has given its approval for the inclusion of security elements in the country's electronic passport. Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Gyanendra Bahadur Karki offered his thoughts on a number of decisions made at the Council...

    Understand the protest against the sanitary pad tax in Nepal.

    Throughout the summer, groups of women demonstrate in Maitighar Mandala in Kathmandu on balmy afternoons almost every day. Almost all of them have their pants painted brilliant crimson with red paint and are lying down on the ground. "Don't...

    Finance Mininister has urged microfinance institutions (MFIs) to lower interest rates on loans

    In a recent statement, Finance Minister Janardan Sharma encouraged microfinance institutions (MFIs) to lower the interest rates they are now charging on loans. MFOIs all throughout the country have been making investments through loans with interest rates ranging from...

    Sahas Urja appoints NIBL Ace Capital as its share registrar

    Sahas Urja has engaged NIBL Ace Capital to act as its share registrar, effective immediately. According to the announcement, the agreement for the same was signed on Aswin 17, 2078 between Mr. Sushil Thapa, Executive Manager of the Hydro company,...

    Farmers are being urged to plant basmati rice for commercial purposes

    Because of the potential for export, the government has been attempting to persuade farmers in far western Nepal to grow Hansaraj basmati rice on a commercial scale. Despite expanding demand, Nepal's fragrant rice is not produced on a wide...

    As festivals draw large crowds, experts worry that complacency could lead to an increase in the number of cases

    As the festive season is just round the corner, with Ghatasthapana, the first day of Dashain, five days away, Kathmandu and other cities are seeing an increased mobility of people. Almost everything has reopened since September 1 and people...

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    The electricity supply station for Huaxin Cement Factory is now operational.

    The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has turned on a switching station in Dhading district, which would supply electricity to...