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  • More than Rs 20 million collected from educational and religious festival

    Khotang, March 26: More than Rs 20 million has been collected from educational and religious festival organised at Matikaure playground for the support of Diktel Multiple Campus. A total of Rs 21.731 million was collected till the last day of the week-long festival on Saturday, said Chairman of Campus Management Committee and Festival Main Organising Committee, Devi Rijal. The festival was organised with an objective to making the campus as the model campus of the country by providing quality...

    Authorities on high alert after detection of bird flu in Kaski and Sunsari

    Chitwan, March 26: Authorities in Chitwan are on high alert after detecting avian influenza –H5N1 – in chickens in Kaski and Sunsari districts. Chitwan, which produces almost half of the total production of chickens in the country, has not detected the bird flu in its production. According to District Livestock Service Office, Chitwan Chief, Prof Dilliram Sedai, prophylactic antiviral medicines have been spread on the vehicles that enter and head out of the district with supplies of chickens. The...

    Simrik Air start Kathmandu-Bharatpur-Kathmandu flights

    March 22, 2017: Simrik Air has started Kathmandu-Bharatpur-Kathmandu flights from today. A 9N-AGI aircraft of the Air that took off at 9:55 am from Kathmandu touched down at 10:20 am at Bharatpur airport, said Chief of Bharatpur airport Shiva Sharma Upadhyay. With this one, the number of airlines companies operating flights on this route has reached three. The 18-seat plane carried 15 passengers while flying from Kathmandu to Bharatpur and returned with eight passengers, said Upadhyay. The airfare set...

    Ginger farmers of north Phalebas in want of market

    March 20, 2017: Farmers of Jaljala Rural Municipality of north Parbat are now lamenting their decision to switch to ginger from maize and millet cultivation. Farmers who had started growing ginger with the hope of making more profit are disappointed as their produce remains in the field in the lack of market. Ginger cultivated in Lekphant, Shalija, Banskharka and Kyang has started rotting in the field itself. Our produce fails to find a market and appropriate price as well,...

    Nepal is fertile land for investment: PM Dahal

    March 16, 2017: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said Nepal is a fertile land for investment. While inaugurating the sixth International Trade Fair at local Bhrikutimandap today, the Prime Minister said an investment-friendly atmosphere has been established in Nepal with the political confusion clearing up. On the occasion, he called upon the national and international community not to have doubt in investing in Nepal. The fair jointly organised by the government and Federation of Nepalese Chambers of...

    FNCCI Nuwakot submits memo to Minister KC

    March 13, 2017: The Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry Nuwakot chapter today has submitted a memorandum to Minister for Urban Development Arjun Narshing KC to set up a special economic zone (SEZ) in the district. The FNCCI Nuwakot chapter chair Tara Bahadur Karki has shared that they submitted the memo aimed at developing the zone as per the government’s commitment to develop SEZ in various districts including Nuwakot. It may be noted that the government had...

    Nepali businesspersons based in India to invest Rs 1 billion in Nepal

    March 5, 2017: Nepali businesspersons in India have showed their interest to invest in Nepal in various sectors. As part of their plan, they informed that a well-equipped resort at Bardiya National Park would be built at the cost of Rs 1 billion under the Federation Everest Chamber of Commerce and Industries (FECCI). The information was shared at a press conference organised in the Capital today by the FECCI. The FECCI representatives were in the Capital to take part...

    AIIB president calls on Mahara

    March 2, 2017: Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) president Jin Liqun paid a courtesy call on Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Krishna Bahadur Mahara, at the Finance Ministry this afternoon. In the meeting, DPM Maharajah urged him to promote Indian invest in the big projects that Nepal is seeking to undertake. According to Ministry sources, in response to Mahara, the AIIB president said that the Bank was ready to invest in big projects proposed by Nepal and...

    Nepal Investment Summit-2017 kicks off

    March 2, 2017: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said it is inevitable to bring in foreign direct investment for the country’s economic development and all were unequivocal on this. Inaugurating the Nepal Investment Summit-2017 in the capital today, he asserted that the government was putting in every possible effort for creating environment conducive to foreign investment. The Prime Minister said that peace and prosperity complemented each other and that the Summit has been organised to promote Nepal...

    Birat Expo starts tomorrow

    Feb 21, 2017: The Chamber of Industries Morang is all set to kick off the Birat Expo – 2073 on Wednesday. Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal will be inaugurating the exhibition, Chamber’s Chairman Mukesh Upadhyaya shared. The industrial fair will showcase industrial products, agricultural products, herbs, agricultural tools, information and technology, alternate energy sources, automobiles and parts, handicraft items, electronic gadgets, domestic tools and drinks through a total of 254 stalls. An employment fair will also be held during...

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