KATHMANDU, March 14: The Nepal Oil Corporation has said there has been no change in the pricing of petroleum products, for the time being, keeping interested of people in mind even though its price has surged in the international market.

BEJING, March, 19: Minister for Agriculture and Livestock Development Chakrapani Khanal has proposed cooperation for production of tea, its research and technology, and socio-economic inter-connection between Nepal and China.

BENGALURU, March 19: Corporate spending in Asia is likely fall for the first time in three years, a Reuters analysis of Refinitiv data showed, as businesses conserve cash in the face of a stalling Chinese economy, an unresolved trade dispute and Brexit uncertainty.

PANCHTHAR, March 19: Even after the passing of the fourth extended deadline, the Kabeli Corridor Transmission Line which was to connect the electricity produced in the eastern hilly districts to the central grid still awaits completion. The latest deadline was February 7 this year.

POKHARA, March 19: Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has authorized Nepal Airsports Association (NAA) to regulate and supervise paragliding flights in Pokhara.

KATHMANDU, March 19: As the parliament meeting on Monday endorsed a bill that bars foreign firms from contracting out the manufacturing of their primary products to Nepali firms, experts and some lawmakers have said the provision will discourage foreign investors.

KATHMANDU, March 19: The Finance Committee of parliament has instructed the government to bring budget from the upcoming fiscal year only after the approval of working procedures and directives required to implement projects and programs introduced in the budget speech.

KATHMANDU, March 19: Stocks opened trading on a slightly positive note as the Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) index climbed more than 3 points in the afternoon.

KATHMANDU, March 18: Nepal has pressed for earliest and effective implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) reached with Malaysia in October last year for supply of Nepali workers to Malaysia.

BIRATNAGAR, March 18: Minister for Social Development of the State-1 Jeevan Ghimire has said direct air service from Biratnagar to Dhaka was essential to attract Bangladeshi tourists to the region.