Govt will gradually address every problem prevailing in labour industry

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Nepali workers are compelled to face various problems related to payment, safety and security in both domestic labour market and foreign employment sector. In a bid to safeguard the rights of Nepali workers in the country and in foreign destinations, the government has initiated a few reformative measures in recent times, including preparations to sign
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Kathmandu, July 31 The government and brick kiln entrepreneurs have agreed to end the use of child labour in the brick industry. Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Security Gokarna Bista and Mahendra Bahadur Chitrakar, president of the Federation of Nepal Brick Industries (FNBI), signed an agreement to that effect today. “After holding a series of
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Kathmandu, July 30 The first-ever long-range aircraft of Nepal Airlines Corporation – Airbus A330-200 wide-body plane that has been christened ‘Annapurna’ with call sign 9N ALY – has finally got the air operator’s certificate (AOC) from the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN). The national flag carrier had earlier set a target to start operating the
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Kathmandu, July 30 Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) – the central regulatory and monetary authority – has provided additional time for commercial banks to publish their unaudited financial statements from the fourth quarter of the previous fiscal 2017-18 to the end of ongoing fiscal 2018-19. Amending the provision, under which banks and financial institutions have to
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Jul 31, 2018-The smartphone market is flooded with comparable products from various brands and the competition is at an all-time high. If you are someone who loves to keep an eye on what’s new and trending, here are the top smartphones that were recently launched in the Nepali market: Huawei Nova 3i Nova 3i was
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Jul 31, 2018-The top 153 photographs from the 2018 iteration of Nepal Photo Contest will be put up on display at Nepal Art Council in Babarmahal for a week, starting August 1. Narendra Shrestha’s photograph of Saptari-resident Dev Kumar Sada giving his eight-year old nephew, Kamal Sada, a water burial after the Tarai Floods of
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Jul 31, 2018-A two-day “book translation event” took place this week in Kathmandu where participants translated various children’s books written in English into Nepali. The 80 participants at the event consisted of academics, authors, editors, librarians, teachers, volunteers and students who over the two days translated 60 children’s books. The translated works will now be
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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE: It was just meant to be: Pop singer Bebe Rexha and country duo Florida Georgia Line’s massive crossover hit “Meant to Be” has broken a new record on Billboard’s Hot country songs chart, remaining in the No. 1 spot for 35 weeks. Billboard reports the song, which was dually promoted to country and pop
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July 31: Modern immunotherapy techniques are revolutionizing how we treat cancers, but these treatments still fail in a large amount of patients. The trick to success is finding unique biomarkers that can help our body’s natural immune cells home in on, and kill, these evasive tumors. An intriguing new study from Columbia University Irving Medical
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July 31: The deterioration of motor skills in Parkinson’s patients is driven by the decline of dopamine production, but researchers in Japan are making exciting progress on a way to potentially arrest the slide. Following promising experiments on monkeys last year, scientists at Kyoto University are now preparing to begin transplanting reprogrammed stem cells into
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