Nepal | March 19, 2019

Airlines, others owe TIA more than Rs 2 bn

Airline companies operating in the country and business enterprises and government offices operating inside Tribhuvan International Airport are yet to clear dues of more than Rs 2 billion to TIA, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal — the aviation sector regulator of the country....

Kathmandu

NCP Co-chair Dahal off to US for wife’s treatment

Pushpa Kamal Dahal

Nepal Communist Party Co-chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal today said that all Nepali people should stand united against elements trying to create instability in the country....

Nepal

Minister Gyawali leaving for Argentina today

Minister of Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali is leaving for Argentina tomorrow leading a Nepali delegation to the Second High-level United Nations Conference on South- South Cooperation being held in Buenos Aires from March 20 to 22....

World

At least 157 dead in Zimbabwe, Mozambique as Cyclone Idai leaves trail of destruction

 Cyclone Idai killed at least 157 people in Zimbabwe and Mozambique as it tore across Southern Africa, officials and state media said on Monday, and vast areas of land have been flooded, roads destroyed and communications disrupted....

Opinion

  • Punish rights violators

    Apropos the news story “CIEDP’s interim report within two weeks” (THT, March 17, Page 1), this comes close on the heels of the damning US report...

  • THT 10 YEARS AGO: Nepal Police restructuring on cards

    The government has decided to restructure the Nepal Police and establish regional police bureaus under the command of Additional Inspector General....

  • Investment risks

    Investors want to ensure that their investment will be subject to predictable and stable rules and are well-protected from arbitrary government conduc...

  • Punish rights violators

    Apropos the news story “CIEDP’s interim report within two weeks” (THT, March 17, Page 1), this comes close on the heels of the damning US report...

  • THT 10 YEARS AGO: Nepal Police restructuring on cards

    The government has decided to restructure the Nepal Police and establish regional police bureaus under the command of Additional Inspector General....

  • Investment risks

    Investors want to ensure that their investment will be subject to predictable and stable rules and are well-protected from arbitrary government conduc...

Business

Remittances surge 28.5 per cent in seven months of current FY

As per the statistics revealed by Nepal Rastra Bank on Friday, the country has witnessed a surge in remittances by 28.9 per cent in seven months of the fiscal 2018/19 when compared to same period last year....

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