KATHMANDU, Sept 10: Employees at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) Customs Office have initiated a protest in response to a range of grievances. On August 29, 137 employees jointly submitted their resignations, citing a problematic work environment devoid of a conducive psychology. Their initial demand for improvement went unanswered, prompting them to commence the protest, putting forth five specific requests.
KATHMANDU, Jan 6: The government has decided to establish a customs office at the Pokhara Regional International Airport (PRIA). Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Bishnu Paudel said that a cabinet meeting held at Singha Durbar on Thursday decided to give pre-approval for the organization and management survey (O&M) to manage the manpower required for the full use of the airport.
RAUTAHAT, Sept 20: Vehicles worth billions of rupees have started to rot in the yard of the customs office due to failure to auction them on time. The parts of vehicles that were seized from those importing them illegally and brought to the customs office during different times have started becoming useless.
NEPAGUNJ, Jan 23: According to the Department of Customs, the illegal import of goods is affecting revenue collection at the Nepalgunj Customs Office. But nevertheless, the office is increasing its target of revenue collection this year. According to the officials, the target for revenue collection for Fiscal Year 2019/20 is Rs 15 billion.
KAPILVASTU, June 29: More than 80% of revenue at Suthauli Customs Office, located in Yashodhara Rural Municipality, comes from agricultural products. However, in lack of quarantine services in Suthauli, all stakeholders are suffering.