KATHMANDU, Jan 31: Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) fell 13.48 points to close at 2,872.05 points on Monday.

KATHMANDU, Feb 3: Strength from the prior trading session carried over to Wednesday as stocks traded firmly higher in the morning. Nepse traded over 2,500 briefly in the morning, touching the uncharted mark for the first time in history. Nonetheless, some selling pressure was evident thereafter. After pulling back below 2,500 level, the index fell further towards the close. At Wednesday’s close, Nepse ended at 2,466.92 – down a modest 6.81 points against the session earlier.

KATHMANDU, June 3: Lawmaker of main opposition Nepali Congress Dr Minendra Rijal has demanded a correction in the recently brought budget for the fiscal year of 2019/20 claiming some flaws in it.

KATHMANDU, May 26: The ruling Communist Party of Nepal (NCP) leader and former Deputy Prime Minister Bamdev Gautam, has expressed his hope that the media council bill would be corrected as per the demand of media persons.

KATHMANDU, Oct 7: The Finance Committee of the House of Representatives has directed the Finance Ministry to ensure that expenditure is more than 60 percent in the second quarter, 90 percent till mid-June and remaining 10 percent by mid-July after completing the contract process within mid-December.

KATHMANDU, June 12: The Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) index remained volatile throughout Monday's trading session. The benchmark fell slightly in the first trading hour, but managed to pare its losses in the afternoon.

KATHMANDU, June 8: Minister for Finance Yuba Raj Khatiwada has defended his first budget for the upcoming Fiscal Year 2018/19, saying that the budget was a course correction by the government.

ATLANTA, May 27: A retired secondary school English teacher has corrected a letter she received from US president Donald Trump and sent it back to the White House.

Spheres for course correction

May 12, 2018 00:18 am

With his Indian counterpart, Nepali PM should take up the issue of additional checks by Indian security officers at TIA. No such arrangement exists anywhere in the world.

KATHMANDU, Sept 8: Parliamentarians on Friday demanded inclusion in the Act related to House of Representatives and Provincial Assembly the backward area while submitting the proportional sealed list.