KATHMANDU, March 31: As the country is overwhelmed with long lists of anomalies by cooperatives, the government has stepped up efforts to form a second-tier institution (STI) as a powerful entity to regulate the sector.

KATHAMNDU, March 22: The Ministry of Home Affairs has withdrawn its decision to increase media surveillance. In a circular issued to all District Administration Offices(DAOs) across the country, the Home Ministry had delegated authority to Chief District Officers(CDOs) to regulate and take action against online news portals, social media platforms including Facebook and X and print media if they are found disseminating information that pose challenge to law and order situation.

KATHMANDU, July 23: Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) will facilitate the establishment of a separate regulatory body to regulate cooperatives as announced by the government in the budget for the current fiscal year 2023/24. This decision has been made public by the NRB through the new monetary policy today.

RASUWA, May 21: District Administration Office (DAO), (Rasuwa) has developed a work procedure 2075 to effectively regulate government vehicles.

KATHMANDU, May 8: With the public transport operators formally agreeing to operate under the Companies Act, the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport has decided to form a taskforce to devise new standards and criteria for the management and regulation of the public transport sector.

Govt to regulate ambulances

March 9, 2017 01:20 am

KATHMANDU, March 9: In a bid to check arbitrary purchase and operation of ambulances, the Ministry of Health (MoH) has formulated the Ambulance Service Operation Guidelines 2017.

KATHMANDU, March 2: The cabinet on Tuesday endorsed Electricity Regulatory Commission Bill 2017, paving way for the tabling of the much awaited bill in the parliament for approval.

KATHMANDU, Jan 31: Minister for Supplies Deepak Bohara on Monday underscored the need for gold and silver trading guidelines, stating that monitoring of gold and silver traders has become difficult in the absence of such guidelines.

KATHMANDU, Oct 29: Amid concerns that the election campaign expenses are getting exorbitantly high in every successive election, the government has proposed disqualifying candidates from contesting in any election for six years if they are found exceeding the election expenditure ceiling set by the Election Commission (EC).

KATHMANDU, Sept 4: A team of International Cricket Council (ICC) officials, which is currently in Nepal with an objective to resolve the dispute surrounding Nepal’s cricket governing body, called on Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal on Sunday.

KATHMANDU, Aug 23: The government is preparing to form an autonomous regulatory body to oversee the country’s petroleum sector.