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    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...

    Nepal Telecom Authority (NTA) encourages the National Electricity Authority (NEA) to tackle the issue of rent hikes for utility poles through conversation.

    As a result of Nepal Electricity Authority's (NEA) decision to remove optical fibre connections from utility poles in various locations, the Nepal Telecommunication Authority (NTA) has expressed its discontent with the move, which has resulted in the suspension of...

    The Nepal Electricity Authority has requested that service providers share cable cables

    As part of its ongoing effort to reduce cable tangles on utility poles, the Nepal Electricity Authority on Tuesday urged internet, telephone, and cable companies to upgrade their infrastructure to advanced cable wires so that they can share infrastructure...

    Farmers and entrepreneurs from Galchhi Gaupalika in Dhading will be able to take advantage of low-interest loans from Nabil Bank.

    The Galchhi gaupalika of Dhading has signed an agreement with Nabil Bank to develop rural agriculture and entrepreneurship among the people of the local unit. A media announcement stated that the agreement was signed between Mr. Amit Shrestha, the head...

    Experts warn Kathmandu should not rush to restore schools since children are at risk

    When the education administration of Kathmandu Metropolitan City announced plans to resume schools next week on Thursday, Shiva Raj Adhikari, the principal of the Sanskrit Secondary School on the Durbar High School grounds, was resting at home with Covid-19. Adhikari...

    The Electricity Authority has instructed service providers to pay rental obligations.

    If internet, telephone, and cable firms use its utility poles to hang lines to collect unpaid rent, the Nepal Electricity Authority has issued a warning that their cables will be removed as of October 1. It was announced on Tuesday...

    The development of charging stations has been made easier thanks to easy Concessional Loan

    In a recent announcement, the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) announced a new provision that will provide a concessional loan for the development of an electric vehicle charging station. As a result of the third revision to refinancing processes, the central...

    Namaste Pay: Nepal Telecom’s Digital Wallet Is Now Live. Download it Now!

    Download NamastePay on Google Play Store Consider using a digital wallet to send money to someone without having to connect to the Internet. If you believe that something is impossible, you may be misinformed. The most anticipated Fintech product, the...

    Interaction between Nabil Bank and Women Leadership Forum

    The Women Leadership Forum of the Confederation of Nepalese Industries and Nabil Bank Limited have ended an interaction session on Nabil Sustainable Banking and Small and Medium Credit for Women Entrepreneurs. The programme was jointly organised by the two...

    ISPAN has decided to increase the cost of internet access by up to Rs 300 per month.

    In response to the Nepal Electricity Authority's (NEA) decision to increase the rental rate for electricity poles, internet service providers have chosen to hike the price of internet service. Sudhir Parajuli, chairman of the Internet Service Providers Association of Nepal...

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