KATHMANDU, Jan 15: Due to procedural complications and complexities, the government is seen as incapable of spending capital expenditure.

KATHMANDU, Oct 14: The Community Self Reliance Centre (CSRC) recently unveiled its annual program, accomplishments, budget allocation, and key priorities in its sixteenth social accounting report. The organization allocated a total budget of Rs 89.7 million for the fiscal year 2022/23 and is actively engaged in direct initiatives within 26 local levels spanning 15 districts.

KATHMANDU, Oct 6: Minister for Finance, Dr Prakash Sharan Mahat asserted that the government allocated a budget for the current fiscal year 2023/24 attaching a high priority to the health sector.

Instead of relying on foreign healthcare systems, politicians should redirect their efforts toward modernizing and improving the quality of Nepal's health institutions. Increased budget allocation, along with the integration of modern technology, is crucial to enhancing healthcare services and making them more comprehensive.

KATHMANDU, May 30: The government has allocated a budget of Rs 66.17 billion for projects under the Ministry of Urban Development in the coming Fiscal Year (FY) 2023/24.

POKHARA, May 21: The government has announced that 2080 BS will mark the beginning of 'Nepal Tourism Decade' and 2025 as 'Special Tourism Year'. Presenting the policies and programs for the upcoming financial year, President Ram Chandra Paudel announced the Nepal Tourism Decade and Special Tourism Year.

KATHMANDU, Nov 14: The government has allocated Rs 20.04 billion to finance the upcoming elections to the House of Representatives and provincial assemblies scheduled for November 20.

DOTI, Dec 20: Chief Minister of Sudurpaschim province Trilochan Bhatta has said that there will be no shortage of funds required for the health sector as saving people's lives is a key duty of the government.

KATHMANDU, Feb 13: The government on Wednesday expressed its firm determination to achieve its target of economic growth after revising the earlier announced budget size and expected expenditures allocated for development works.

BIRATNAGAR, Nov 4: The capital expenditure of Province 1 in the first quarter of the current fiscal year (2076/2077) stood at only around four percent, according to the Office of the Financial Comptroller General (OFCG), Biratnagar.