KATHMANDU, June 14: Minister for Home Affairs, Ram Bahadur Thapa has vowed to take a firm stance against corruption. Speaking during the first general convention and the second general assembly of the National Federation of Party Palace and Catering Entrepreneurs Nepal, Thapa stated that corruption and bad governance have been major challenges to the development of the country.
KATHMANDU, June 9: This week, Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) index dropped sharply as the investors remained distressed by the implementation of new capital gain calculation method enforced by the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) on Sunday. According to the new rule, capital gain on bonus and right shares had to be calculated with the face value as base rate. The provision has made the investors liable for more taxes; and in some cases, taxes had to be levied even when transactions were settled in loss.
KATHMANDU, May 15: Lawmakers from the main opposition Nepali Congress (NC) and ruling CPN (Maoist Center) have criticized the government on various issues pertaining to the recent state visit by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
KATHMANDU, April 28: The Saving habits of Nepalis is expected to improve significantly in the current fiscal year, indicating that people are investing more than they used to about two and half decades ago.
For any given job opening, HR personnel and hiring managers are deluged with resumes. Since they don’t have the time or resources to interview everyone, they are always looking for ways to weed out candidates as quickly as possible. In fact, some merely glance at each resume before deciding whether to toss it in the ‘yes’ or ‘no’ pile. So, it’s imperative that you make those few seconds count.
BEIJING, Oct 18: Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday urged a reinvigorated Communist Party to take a stronger role in society and economic development to better address the nation’s “grim” challenges as he opened a twice-a-decade national congress.
KATHMANDU, July 24: Drawing attention of the parliament to the ongoing standoff between neighboring India and China at their tri-junction border point with Bhutan over the Doklam plateau, a lawmaker from the main opposition CPN-UML has urged the government to make Nepal's position clear.
KATHMANDU, July 4: Experts have attributed CPN-UML's nationalist stand during and after the Indian economic blockade, the weak leadership of rival parties and a strong organizational base for its victories in the local elections.
KATHMANDU, May 22: All of us have to come out of our shells, our comfort zones one day. That’s the day when we have to face the real world. And the first step for us to enter adulthood or the real world is to find a job which might seem easy at first. But many people fail to see the struggles of finding a decent job. And for that you require a perfect resume to secure your dream job. Your resume will describe your qualification and your personality to the hiring manager. In the piles of hundreds of resumes, here are five ways to make your resume stand out.
KATHMANDU, May 17: When the local elections were announced people were cautious in taking it for real. But the developments that followed, ultimately eliminated doubts and people across the country devoted themselves in finding representatives that will best serve their interest.
KATHMANDU, April 21: The government has decided to stand as a guarantor for Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) to secure a loan for purchasing two wide-body aircraft. The cabinet meeting held on Thursday took the decision, according to Minister for Energy Janardan Sharma.
Getting a great job is only the beginning. After you’ve become comfortable in your position, it’s time to show your value to the company and make an impression on your boss and co-workers. Showing your worth every day is the best way to stand out and be remembered for promotions and special opportunities. Try these methods to show your value and stand out from the crowd.
KATHMANDU, July 14: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Women, Children and Social Welfare, CP Mainali, has argued that the present government did not cower before any foreign interference but remained firm on extolling national sovereignty.