Nepal | October 15, 2019

WB projects economy to grow at 7.1pc in current fiscal year

The World Bank has projected Nepal’s economy to grow at 7.1 per cent in the ongoing fiscal year, primarily driven by private investment and consumption, as per the Economic Update of the World Bank....

Kathmandu

Xi meets NCP secretariat members

Chinese President Xi Jinping at a meeting with top leaders of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) today said good governance and fairness within communist parties were key elements for success....

  • 26 gamblers arrested in Kathmandu

    Police raided gambling dens covertly operated in different places of Kathmandu and arrested 26 persons yesterday....

  • TU to get vice-chancellor soon

    Tribhuvan University, the largest university of the country, expects to get its vice-chancellor soon. The post has been vacant for more than a month....

  • Police Chief Khanal leaves for Chile

    Inspector General of Police (IGP) Sarbendra Khanal left for Chile to take part in the 88th INTERPOL General Assembly on Sunday night....

  • Nepali Congress, annual tea reception

    NC organises annual tea reception

    Kathmandu, October 13 The main opposition party Nepali Congress hosted annual tea reception at its central office in Sanepa, Lalitpur, today. NC has b...

Nepal

Police arrest NC leader Alam

Rautahat demonstration

Nepali Congress leader and member of the House of Representatives elected from Rautahat Constituency No 2 Mohammad Afatab Alam was arrested on a murder charge....

World

Saudi visit shows Putin's deepening Middle East influence

In meetings with Saudi leaders, the Russian president will discuss the OPEC+ pact, which has seen production cut by 1.2 million barrels per day since January....

Opinion

  • sustainable agricultural system

    Sustainable agriculture: Thinking beyond subsidies

    Agriculture remains the mainstay of the Nepalis, hence making it sustainable is important. The conventional agricultural system, which was of a subsis...

  • THT logo

    Editorial: Landmark visit

    Chinese President Xi Jinping, who paid a two-day state visit to Nepal at the invitation of President Bidhya Devi Bhandari, has said Nepal will no long...

  • Dog love

    One day a strange thought occurred in my mind. What about these tiny dogs? Do they get a berth in paradise when their worldly life ends?...

  • sustainable agricultural system

    Sustainable agriculture: Thinking beyond subsidies

    Agriculture remains the mainstay of the Nepalis, hence making it sustainable is important. The conventional agricultural system, which was of a subsis...

  • THT logo

    Editorial: Landmark visit

    Chinese President Xi Jinping, who paid a two-day state visit to Nepal at the invitation of President Bidhya Devi Bhandari, has said Nepal will no long...

  • Dog love

    One day a strange thought occurred in my mind. What about these tiny dogs? Do they get a berth in paradise when their worldly life ends?...

Business

Hydropower firms not allowed to take more than 17 per cent profit

Hydropower

Issuing a bylaw on ‘Conditions for People with Licence for Power Purchases and Sales-2019’ on Thursday, Nepal Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has introduced a provision that restricts hydropower developers from taking return on equity of more than 17 per cent....

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