KATHMANDU, July 11: The government in its budget speech had targeted the channeling of more foreign aid funds into capital spending and less on recurrent expenditures for the ongoing fiscal year.

KATHMANDU, July 9: The white paper which Finance Minister Yuba Raj Khatiwada unveiled on March 30 painted a grim picture of the country’s economy showing various instances of gross violations of financial discipline and fiscal rules and regulations by the previous government.

KATHMANDU, July 5: The government’s capital spending is increasing steadily, except for few days, while recurrent spending has spiked in last two weeks, an analysis of spending figures made public by Financial Comptroller General Office shows.

KATHMANDU, June 9: The government has aimed to suppress recurrent expenditure but has projected a whopping growth of capital expenditure in the next three fiscal years.

KATHMANDU, July 13: Most government offices across the country are found to be engaging in massive irregularities in recurrent expenditure as the end of the fiscal year approaches.

KATHMANDU, May 28: The investigation into aircraft crash often comes to the conclusion that the concerned pilot is responsible for the crash. After drawing such a conclusion attributing plane crash to the negligence of the concerned pilot, the responsibility of the concerned authority comes to an end. However, despite the repetition of plane crashes of a similar nature, Nepal Civil Aviation(NCA) does not think about ways of forestalling them.

Basic recurrent issues

February 24, 2017 01:55 am

There are always a set of maladies we have that seem very basic but trouble us ever so often. Although we face it on a regular basis, we don’t know what causes it and how to keep it at bay. The Week talked to Dr Anushree Adhikary, medical officer at Grande International Hospital, to know more about these illnesses. Although she talks about how to take care of these discomforts, she also advises you to see a doctor if any of these ailments get severe or don’t seem to have a discernable cause.

KATHMANDU, Aug 12: Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has underlined 'human error' as to be blamed for many recurrent flight accidents despite the fact that a probe committee report had been fully enforced.