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Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) index plunged 28.84 points to close at 1,218.46 points last week, as investors wait for the authority to implement the full-fledged online trading along with a monetary policy that is likely to come forth this week. As a result, the daily turnover amount stood at a mere Rs224.61 million.
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The Investment Board Nepal’s (IBN) plan to prepare feasibility study reports of two exotic resorts and a glass factory has hit a snag as its public notice failed to draw attention of firms willing to prepare such reports.
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The latest episode of Fuzz Factory Production’s Fuzzscape series has hit the web. The series documents a team of Kathmandu-based musicians and filmmakers who travel to various places around the country and collaborate with local musicians and residents.
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Senior orthopaedic surgeon Dr Govinda KC staged a protest--the second one in as many weeks--at Maitighar Mandala in the Capital on Saturday, demanding the government to roll back its decision to ban holding demonstrations there.
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Nepali Congress central member and former finance minister Ram Sharan Mahat has appealed to NC leaders to join hands for solving problems plaguing the party.
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After the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) prepared the final draft of the unified party’s statute and regulations, all the sister wings are busy preparing their statutes and political documents.
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The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) in association with Federation of Nepal Cottage and Small Industries (FNCSI) has jointly started a 15-day women entrepreneur-training event in 10 wards.
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Residents of Rigmagaun village in Dolpa district allege seven historic Buddha idols were stolen from a gumba monastery.
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Delays in settling protracted disputes between landowners and tillers over sharing of land have led to corruption and irregularities in Land Revenue Offices, a recent National Vigilance Centre (NVC) study says.
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