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Certificate of Origin temporarily not required in trade with India

Kathmandu, April 6 The government has temporarily suspended a provision that mandatorily requires certificate of origin (COO) in trade between Nepal and India. The COO is a compulsory document that traders are required to acquire…

Amendment of Foreign Employment Act on the cards

Kathmandu, April 6 With an aim to provide some respite to the foreign employment recruitment agencies to recover the losses caused by the coronavirus crisis, the government is preparing to amend the Foreign Employment Act.…

NOC importing fuel on necessity basis as demand slumps

Kathmandu, April 5 The Motihari-Amlekhgunj oil pipeline is operating under capacity following the slump in fuel demand in the domestic market owing to the obstruction in vehicular movement and as most industries remain closed amidst…

Online order, home delivery rise amid lockdown

Kathmandu, April 5 After the government allowed for home delivery of grocery items the trend of ordering groceries online has increased during the lockdown period. Starting from March 24, the government imposed a nationwide lockdown…

Second flight leaves with 300 Americans

KATHMANDU: A total of 300 Americans were repatriated by the US Embassy from Nepal on Sunday. Americans stranded in Nepal after the lockdown were evacuated via a Qatar Airways flight. Prior to this one flight…

Second flight leaves with 300 Americans

KATHMANDU: A total of 300 Americans were repatriated by the US Embassy from Nepal on Sunday. Americans stranded in Nepal after the lockdown were evacuated via a Qatar Airways flight. Prior to this one flight…

Consultant selection process in controversy

Kathmandu, April 4 The Nepali Army (NA) has decided to select an international consultant for the 72.5-kilometre-long Kathmandu-Tarai Fast Track amid the nationwide lockdown that has been implemented to prevent the spread of the coronavirus…

RBB’s contribution

KATHMANDU: Rastriya Banijya Bank (RBB) has contributed Rs 10.50 million to the COVID-19 Fund established by the government for the treatment and control the spread of coronavirus in the country, as per a media release.…

NEA generates profit of Rs 10.67 billion

Kathmandu, April 4 Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) was able to earn a profit of Rs 10.67 billion in the fiscal year 2018-19. According to the Nepal Financial Reporting Standards (NFRS), the power utility earned the…

NLIC pledges Rs 10m

KATHMANDU: Nepal Life Insurance Co (NLIC) has announced it is contributing Rs 10 million to the government’s COVID-19 Fund, which has been established to control the spread of coronavirus and for the treatment of patients…