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Cultural procession put off in Baglung

Cultural procession put off in Baglung

Baglung : Newar community's cultural procession and performances here have been put off in a bid to contain the...
Nuwakot into lockdown from today

Nuwakot into lockdown from today

Trishuli : In view of heightening risk of coronavirus infection, people's mobility and public service delivery have been heavily...
Mohan Bahadur Basnet

Ex-communications minster Basnet bereaved of father

Sindhupalchowk : Nepali Congress (NC) central member and former Minister for Communications and InformationTechnology, Mohan Bahadur Basnet, has been...
Two children go missing in Daraudi

Two children go missing in Daraudi

Gorkha : Two children went missing in the Daraudi River in Gorkha. The missing are Sabin Shrestha, 16, of...
President expresses sadness over loss of lives in Lebanon

President expresses sadness over loss of lives in Lebanon

Kathmandu : President Bidya Devi Bhandari has expressed deep sadness over the loss of lives and the destruction of...
COVID-19 Impact : Media face hard times in Chitwan district

COVID-19 Impact : Media face hard times in Chitwan district

Chitwan : With the slump in economic activities in the wake of COVID-19 menace, media have been adversely impacted...
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25 Percent Workers Return to Work in Tourism Industry

Jamuna Barsha Sharma 2 Aug, Pokhara: After the extended lockdown imposed to contain COVID-19 has been relaxed, the tourism activities here are striving to return normal. The workers in the tourism industry shutdown for four months began returning to the work stations. Pokhara Tourism Council has said 25 percent workers associated to the tourism industry returned to work after the tourism business opened here. The government had allowed the re-opening of the tourism activities two days back. Council's Vice-Chair Gopi Bhattarai said, "After long tourism industry resumed the business. The industry is resumed not for full fledged operation but for internal management." Hotel and restaurants, trekking shops, travel agencies are open here. In the initial stage, only 25 percent employee can join...

NEPSE witnesses increase by 75 points

1 July Kathmandu : The Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) has concluded today's transaction after recording NEPSE index with a rise by six percent. The share market measuring body, NEPSE saw increase for the past two consecutive days. It however decreased...

Remittance transfer through mobile wallet

26 June Kathmandu : Khalti Mobile Wallet have announced that transfer of remittance from Japan and Korea is now available through mobile. This service is operated in collaboration with City Express Money Transfer and its sister organisations, City Express Money...

Call to resume operation of share market at the earliest

28 April Kathmandu : The Securities Board of Nepal (SEBON)– an apex regulator of securities markets – has clarified that preparation are underway to open share market in the near future. At a virtual conference organized here today by Society...

COVID-19 impacts on labour migration : Remittance inflows to reduce by...

23 April Kathmandu : A study by the World Bank (WB) group revealed that the remittance inflow will be heavily dented globally due to COVID-19. The report stated that the remittance inflow will decrease by 20 per cent as the...

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    Cultural procession put off in Baglung

    Baglung : Newar community's cultural procession and performances here have been put off in a bid to contain the risk of coronavirus infection.  Shakya...

    Nuwakot into lockdown from today

    Trishuli : In view of heightening risk of coronavirus infection, people's mobility and public service delivery have been heavily cut down in all local...

    Gold price increases Rs 1600 per tola to reach Rs 101,400

    Kathmandu : Price of gold has shot up by Rs 1,600 per tola today to reach Rs 101,400 as compared to Rs 99,800 per...

    48 domestic flights to be resumed from August 15

    Kathmandu : Different airlines would resume 48 domestic commercial flights every day from August 17. Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN), the regulatory body,...

    Continuous flood damages bridge ; road and hydropower projects

    Panchthar : The flood-swollen Feme rivulet which flows through Fidim municipality has caused damages in multiple areas. The monsoon-rain triggered flood that continued since...

    Twelve airlines companies approach CAAN seeking permission for international flights

    Kathmandu : A total of 12 airlines companies including two domestic ones have expressed interest to participate in the international commercial flights going to...

    Melamchi project tunnel mishap due to technical error: Probe panel

    Kathmandu : Technical error is to blame for the breaking of one of the sluice gates on the tunnel of the Melamchi Water Supply...

    Bojhekhola-Sunkoshi rural road comes into operation

    Khotang : The Bojhekhola-Sunkoshi rural road at Halesi-Tuwachung municipality has come into operation. The 12-km road connects ward-3 Chyasmitar Bojhekhola with the Sunkoshi river...

    Whom to wait, and how long ?

    Dr. Narayan Narsingh Khatri Nepal’s politics: Our political parties serve as dream selling factories; our leaders epitomize selfishness; they sell dreams to the poor but serve, reward and recognize only either their own sycophants or the affluent ones in an exchange of guaranteed quid pro quos. Ambrose Bierce wrote the Devil’s Dictionary long back wherein he defined the word ‘Politics’ as ‘the conduct of public affairs for private advantage’. Yes, it is how the people groomed only with this evil thought join the politics and grow...