CHITWAN, Nov 18: Raman Mukhiya of Rautahat landed in Chitwan a month ago. He is going to stay a few more weeks and intends to return only after making ‘good money’. “This time of year is for earning money. I am working hard day and night,” said Mukhiya.
KATHMANDU, Aug 2: Deepak Manandhar, 40, is one of those many Nepali youths who had traveled abroad seeking for better opportunities. After a harsh experience and unsatisfied income, Manandhar returned home in 2016.
KOHALPUR, March 3: As per the roles assigned by the traditional society, men should be engaged in labor, business and wages while the woman should be limited only to household works. However, it seems like the time has changed and the roles have been switched. Women nowadays have started earning and also saving it for future.
MYAGDI, Jan 31: There used to be a jungle where now lies a farm. The locals have started potato farming inside Daduwa Community Forest of Myagdi after realizing that they could use the plain areas of the forest for farming.
KHOTANG, Dec 25: Pawan Rai served for two months and earned Rs. 52,000 as temporary police in Khotang. A resident of Bahunidada of Halesi Tuwchung municipality-1, Rai plans to invest the earning in his education.
For a farmer, who has been doing a substantial farming and animal husbandry, the concept of kiwi fruit farming (a Chinese Gooseberry) would be a new phenomenon in Nepal. This fruit is known to most Nepalis, but the prospects of a better earning are higher from kiwi fruit farming. This fruit is cultivable from the elevation of 1,000 to 2,500 meters from the sea level. It can be consumed as a fresh fruit, in the form of juice, jam, and wine. Among Soyou, Monty, Tomuri, Abbott, Hayward, and Bruno, Hayward kiwi fruit is popular among Nepali farmers.
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KATHMANDU, Nov 12: Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) officials have said that they may ask people having 1,000 and 500 Indian rupee bills to furnish proof of the exchange that they had if it decides to provide exchange facility for people holding Indian currency legally.
KATHMANDU, Sept 27: Nearly 52.1 percent of Nepali migrant workers still rely on informal channel like local landlords and traders for loans to finance their foreign employment trip, requiring them to allocate a major chunk of their earnings for the repayment.