Perks of going cashless

June 20, 2019 00:30 am

It will be difficult for Nepal to become a cashless economy but it should make an effort

DANG, July 29: Lamahi Municipality in Dang fixed the salaries of its elected officials through the municipal assembly right after the local elections last year, but kept the matter secret as the move ran counter to the policy of the federal government.

KATHMANDU, July 13: At a time when they are under criticism from various quarters for their failure to do anything substantial, the elected officials of Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) have begun efforts to have their salaries and perks increased.

KATHMANDU, April 27: Staff at the parliament secretariat have been receiving allowances equal to 80 percent of their salary, in addition to their  regular salary and snacks allowance, and this has been going on for nearly four months now on the basis of a dodgy decision.

Province 3: Perks of CM proposed

April 8, 2018 15:12 pm

KATHMANDU, April 8: Chief Minister of Province 3 will be receiving sixty-one thousands as his monthly salary. In total along with communication services his total salary will be seventy-five thousands.

POKHARA, April 6: Pay perks for the elected representatives of the local units have been determined 11 months after the elections of the local units on Friday.

HETAUDA, March 16: The Province-3 government has fixed the salary and allowances of the local people's representatives.

NEPALGUNJ, March 9: Ever since she was elected to the local unit, Rekha Verma, the female member of Nepalgunj Sub-metropolitan City ward no. 7, has actively participated in each and every work of her ward. She has left no stone unturned to justify her election to the post.

KATHMANDU, Dec 28: Ministers representing the CPN (Maoist Center) have stopped going to office after they were rendered without portfolio on September 18.  They also do not have any business going out in the field in their official capacity as they do not hold any ministerial portfolio.

KHOTANG, April 18: The parties in Khotang district have been facing difficulty finalizing the list of their candidates for the local polls slated for May 14 following unprecedented surge in the number of candidate aspirants.

KATHMANDU, March 19: The Legislature-Parliament has decided to send the bill of the incentives and services of the former dignitaries and officials of the country to the State Management Committee.

KATHMANDU, Mar 18: Despite frequent criticism for seeking ‘unnecessary’ facilities from the state, lawmakers seeking various facilities for themselves after retirement have registered an amendment to that effect to a bill now in  parliament .

KATHMANDU, Dec 22: President Bidya Devi Bhandari authenticated the Bill on Remuneration and Facilities to Federal Parliament Office-bearers and Members, 2073 at the Office of President at Shital Niwas today.

KATHMANDU, Nov 16: Dissatisfied with the proposed increment on their perks and incentives, lawmakers have demanded more benefits from the state coffers.

KATHMANDU, Nov 8: The Supreme Court (SC) has scheduled for Tuesday the hearings on a petition demanding halt to the salary, perks and other government incentives being provided to the suspended CIAA Chief Lokman Singh Karki.

KATHMANDU, Oct 21: A supplementary application has been filed at the Supreme Court (SC) seeking a halt on the pay and perks that suspended Chief Commissioner of the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) is enjoying.

KATHMANDU, Oct 19: The government on Tuesday registered a bill at Parliament to revise upwards the pay and perks for members of Parliament and other office-bearers, including the speaker and deputy speaker.

KATHMANDU, Aug 3: After almost all the ministries, departments, commissions and courts of law started demanding additional perks and incentives for their civil servants apart from the salaries, the government has started working on clear criteria as to which government bodies need additional perks and incentives and which do not.