KATHMANDU, June 22: The population of daughters has been decreasing in Nepal, leading to a significant gender imbalance in recent years. This trend, if it continues, is likely to cause difficulties in various sectors including marriages in the coming decades.

KATHMANDU, May 14: The relevance of a Nepali proverb, 'If you want to eat thick lentils, you have to distance yourself from your family and start a nuclear family,' is becoming increasingly apparent in Nepali society.

KATHMANDU, May 6: Nepal’s population growth rate stood 0.92 percent per annum in the past one decade, which was the lowest in 80 years.

KATHMANDU, May 1: Nepal’s per capita income has reached US $ 1,456, an increase of $ 51 compared to the last fiscal year.

KATHMANDU, April 4: While the government has projected an economic growth rate of six percent for the current fiscal year, it is likely to achieve even half of the target.

KATHMANDU, March 18: It is estimated that around 650,000 individuals are with disabilities in Nepal, as per the census conducted in 2078 BS.

KATHMANDU, Sept 7: Nepal's arable land area has declined by 300,000 hectares in the past decade. The Seventh National Agricultural Census 2021 shows that the country cultivates 2.2 million hectares of land. The similar census carried out in 2011 shows that there were 2.5 million hectares of land used for agricultural purposes.

KATHMANDU, May 17: Bagmati Province is projected to achieve the least economic growth rate in the current fiscal year.

KATHMANDU, May 2: The economic growth rate of the country is expected to be almost four times lower than the government’s target in the current fiscal year, says the National Statistics Office (NSO).

CHITWAN, April 29: The National Statistics Office (NSO) in Kathmandu has published the statistics of 60,185 industrial institutions in Nepal.

KATHMANDU, March 31: The National Statistics Office (NSO) has expressed concern over the spread of misinformation on various media and social media regarding the religion following the announcement of the result of national population census, 2078.

KATHMANDU, March 25: Mobile phone access has reached 73.2 percent of the general public in Nepal.

KATHMANDU, March 24: Nepal's literacy rate has increased from 65.9 to 76.3 percent, compared to the year 2068 BS.

At a time when the economic growth rate has been sluggish, a report prepared by the National Planning Commission (NPC) shows that the per capita income of Nepali people will skyrocket by 40.11 percent to reach 1,935 US dollars in the next four years.