BAGLUNG, June 27: The Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve has collected revenue worth over Rs 4.6 million in the current fiscal year. According to the reserve office, it earned millions of rupees in permits granted to foreigners for hunting at various blocks of the reserve.
KATHMANDU, March 11: Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara has expressed the belief that the country could achieve economic prosperity as well as maintain good governance and rule of law if all problems are resolved through parliament.
MANANG, Feb 28: At a time when hundreds of Nepali youths are leaving the country for foreign employment on a daily basis, 32-year-old Kanchha Gurung of Nesyang Rural Municipality-6 of the district finds his future in yak farming.
KATHMANDU, Dec 26: The government and major political parties have been suggested to find out an outlet to the current political and constitutional deadlock by establishing a good culture on the basis of rule and procedures.
KATHMANDU, Dec 24: Newly elected House of Representatives member Resham Chaudhri will not receive his victory certificate through his attorney. The Supreme Court has decided not to provide his proxy his election victory certificate.
KATHMANDU, Oct 26: Siddharth art gallery in collaboration with four organizations -- Maiti Nepal, Rakshya Nepal, Child Workers in Nepal (CWIN) and Circus Kathmandu has organized a photo exhibition called ‘The true story mural project Exhibition’ at the Gallery’s premises in Baber Mahal.
Sponsored by UN Women and ZONTA International, the exhibit was jointly inaugurated by Wenny Kusuma, country representative of UN Women and Anuradha Koirala, founder and executive director of Maiti Nepal.
KATHMANDU, Sept 11: Internet connection through China is likely to come into operation by mid-October as the countries are in a testing phase after the completion of laying of optical fibers in Nepal and China.
KATHMANDU, March 11: Former Governor of the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB), Yubaraj Khatiwada, has said that agro subsidies should be provided through cooperatives rather than directly handing it over to individuals.
BAITADI, Oct 29: Narendra Bahadur Chand, a permanent resident of Hatairaj-2, Gurkelika, who had left for India in search of work at an early age of 15 years, has come into contact with his family members through social network after a gap of 30 years.
KATHMANDU, Aug 4: Officials of Nepal and India are meeting in the capital on Friday to discuss measures for bringing India's Visakhapatnam port into full-fledged operation for Nepal's third country trade.
KATHMANDU, July 16: A member of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) has criticized a recent TRC decision to assign the chief district officers (CDOs) to receive conflict-era complaints from victims citing confidentiality and security concerns.
Difficulty for operation of remittance companies there blamed
KATHMANDU, June 11: With remittance companies finding it difficult to expand their operation, Nepali living in the countries like Hong Kong, South Korea, Australia and Israel are using Hundi system to send their hard-earned money back home.
According to stakeholders, the difficult process for remittance companies to expand presence in these countries where a large number of Nepali are currently living and working to start their operation is helping to flourish informal remitting system like Hundi.
Lack of domestic companies in the destination countries, particularly South Korea and Israel, leaves Nepalis there with no option but to use Hundi system.