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Presidential Office shuts doors for private media journalists

Photojournalists from private media outlets were barred to enter the Office of the President, Sheetal Niwas and capture the swearing-in ceremony of provincial chiefs. President Bidya Devi Bhandari had administered an oath of office and secrecy to seven newly-appointed province governors earlier today. Sital Niwas is the official presidential palace of Nepal of Nepal located in Maharajganj, Kathmandu.

by Bishal Deep Basnet | Today, 12:28 PM
32 airline companies reluctant to pay arrears in Nepal

32 domestic and foreign airline companies, which are no longer in operation, have been disinclined to pay Rs 113, 964, 973 they owe to the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN). Tribhuvan International Airport Civil Aviation Office (TIACAO) has directed these companies to pay their arrears. Austrian Airlines has arrears of Rs 43,600.

Nissan Terrano Launched in Nepal: Price and Specifications

Japanese automobile brand Nissan has launched the new Nissan Terrano compact SUV in Nepal Pioneer Moto Corp, the newly appointed sole authorized distributor for Nissan Motor Company Limited, unveiled the four-wheeler amid a function held in the capital on January 14.

Tata Nexon launching soon in Nepal; Offers and Advanced Bookings

Sipradi Trading Pvt Ltd, the sole authorized distributor for Tata Motors in Nepal has launched the Tata Nexon in Nepal. The Tata Nexon is the first compact SUV from one of India’s major automobile manufacturer. It is Tata’s attempt at grabbing a slice of one of the most popular segments, the sub 4-meter subcompact SUV.

Reliance Jio plans to launch its own Cryptocurrency called JioCoin

Reliance Jio is planning to build a 50-member team of young professionals to work on blockchain technology for JioCoin, its own cryptocurrency. Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd plans to create its own cyptocurrency, JioCoin after disrupting the telecom sector with its free offers and hyper-competitive tariffs. Some information has been put out regarding the matter.

Nepal Government prepares to distribute National Identity Card

The government has geared up its preparation to distribute national identity (NID) cards. National Identity Card Distribution Management Centre under the Ministry of Home Affairs has exceeded its preparation for the final phase. A national identity card is a...

Supply Minister calls for more storage of fuel for Nepal

Minister for Supplies Jayanta Chand has said that Nepal should now work towards ensuring energy security in the country. Addressing the 48th anniversary of Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) here today, Chand opined that a country like Nepal, which is completely dependent on other countries for fossil fuel, should gear up to enhance the storage capacity of petroleum products and opt

Credit Crunch deepens, MoF Study Committee yet to submit report

A study committee formed by the Ministry of Finance (MoF) last week to submit a report on how the government could address the challenge of the credit crunch in the banking sector has yet to submit its report even though the deadline has already been crossed. The Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI) recently urged Nepal Rastra Bank to address the

Telecom regulator to hire consultant to monitor broadband projects

Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA) is set to hire a consulting firm to monitor the projects under NTA’s Rural Telecommunications Development Fund (RTDF). The telecommunication sector regulator of the country recently invited expression of interest (EoI) from interested firms to monitor, evaluate and certify the progress of RTDF-funded projects.

Nepal Government's plan to substitute Indian LPG bullets fails

The Nepal government’s plan to substitute Indian liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) bullets to supply cooking gas in the country has suffered perennial delays as the issue has not received due priority from the concerned agencies. Indian authorities refused to issue non-explosive certificates to Nepali gas bullets almost a year ago.