KATHMANDU, June 24: The results of Secondary Education Examination (SEE) this year could not match the expectations raised by last year’s result with more number of students scoring Grade Point Average (GPA) from 0.85 to 1.20, which is the second lowest grade.

Progress in recurrent spending is 77 percent of Rs 803 billion but rising costs of regular spending is a matter of concern for economists as they go largely in regular spending including paying salary.

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We have not been able to adopt specific policies to move towards information technology rich society

KATHMANDU, June29:Poorest children are twice as likely to die or to be chronically malnourished before their fifth birthday than the richest, a report unveiled by UNICEF on Tuesday stated.