Nepal | May 31, 2020

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  • Entertainment

    ‘The worst is yet to come’

    Kathmandu The theatre industry in Nepal was already struggling in terms of business, and the lockdown imposed to curb the spread of COVID-19 has hit it bad, affecting the livelihood of hundreds of theatre artistes, while raising a question on its existence. With productions being halted, trainin...

  • Kathmandu

    NC points out flaws in fiscal budget

    KATHMANDU, MAY 29 The main opposition Nepali Congress today consulted former finance minister Ram Sharan Mahat, economist Swarnim Wagle and former vice-chairpersons of National Planning Commission Jagadish Chandra Pokharel and Govinda Pokharel on the fiscal budget presented by the government in t...

  • Opinion

    In their opinion …

    Finally, the government has brought a realistic and sustainable budget for Nepal as per our economic condition. The private sector had made many demands with the government to bring stimulus packages to address the current difficult situation. Meanwhile, the government has addressed some ...

  • Business

    Budget size reduced by 3.8pc to Rs 1.47 trillion

    Due priority given to health, employment generation and relief for crisis-hit businesses Khatiwada sets 7pc growth target for next fiscal Kathmandu, May 28 Amid uncertainties due to the spread of COVID-19 in the country, Finance Minister Yubaraj Khatiwada today unveiled a federal budget...

  • Sports

    Cilic and Coric to join Djokovic’s Balkan tour

    BELGRADE: Croatians Marin Cilic and Borna Coric will join world number one Novak Djokovic's tennis tournament to be played across the Balkans June 13-July 5, the Serb said on Tuesday. Their inclusion will complete a formidable field also featuring Alexander Zverev, Dominic Thiem and Grigor Dimi...

  • News Archives

    Spain’s daily coronavirus death toll rises, potential second wave feared

    MADRID: Spain's daily coronavirus death toll rose on Thursday to its highest in a week as authorities warned that a second wave of the outbreak was possible after a nationwide antibody survey showed about 5% of the population had contracted the virus. The number of fatalities caused by the di...