Kalimati Fruits and Vegetable Market opens from today

KATHMANDU: The Kalimati Fruits and Vegetable Market in Kathmandu which was shut down since Monday has resumed its operations today. The vegetable vendors had stopped selling the vegetables and fruits in the Kalimati vegetable market following a dispute which surfaced between the monitoring team and the vegetable traders on Tuesday morning. According to vegetable seller Bishnu
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Department of Roads under the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport has dropped the plan to construct a tunnel road under the Tribhuvan International Airport after the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation as well as the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal rejected the plan. Nonetheless the plan itself was also developed without any
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TEHRAN – French energy giant Total has officially quit its multi-billion-dollar gas project in Iran, Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said on Monday, following the reimposition of US sanctions. “Total has officially left the agreement for the development of phase 11 of South Pars (gas field). It has been more than two months that it
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POKHARA: Western Regional Volleyball Association won the title of the Beach Volleyball Tournament here on Sunday. Western team of Bhupendra Gurung and Ramesh Karki defeated Nepal APF Club ‘A’ team of Kul Bahadur Karki and Bhoj Bahadur BK 21-19, 21-19 in the final match at the Barahighat courts. Western Region received Rs 30,000 along with trophy
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Nepal is planning to seek more assistance from the World Bank Group (WBG) citing that the country needs to invest huge resources in the infrastructure sector to spur economic growth. Finance Minister Yubaraj Khatiwada has said that he will conduct special deliberations with theexecutive board at the World Bank headquarters in Washington DCon Monday. The
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Though both the government and Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) have introduced some policies that are favourable to the stock market, the country’s sole secondary bourse has yet to pick up pace. In fact, NRB recently also allowed stockbrokers to extend margin lending and the unaudited financial statements published by a few banks and financial institutions
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Kathmandu –The big, medium and small-scale industries being operated in the country now are required to submit industrial details through online mechanism. Following the discussion with the service recipients, the Department of Industry has put forward the idea of online submission of industrial information. With the online system in place, the industries have to submit
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Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) is planning to buy 13 more large planes within the next five years. The NAC executive committee has decided to expand the international fleet of the national flag carrier by acquiring five more wide-body aircraft and eight narrow-body planes. “On Tuesday, the NAC’s executive committee approved a five-year plan to expand
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KATHMANDU: Nepal Airlines Corporation’s Airbus A330-200 plane ‘Annapurna’ conducted its maiden commercial flight to Doha with 99 per cent occupancy on Wednesday. As per Sailesh Kansakar, assistant spokesperson for NAC, 271 passengers were on board the 274-seater aircraft. Scheduled to take off from Tribhuvan International Airport for Hamad International Airport in Doha of Qatar at 10:00
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The government of United Arab Emirates (UAE) today announced a three-month amnesty period for migrant workers of various nations that have overstayed their visa to leave the country with no legal repercussions. In a bid to resolve a Catch-22 situation facing ‘illegal’ foreign workers, who are fined daily for overstaying their permits but prevented from
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