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Bhargav Bikas Bank, Nepalgunj has appointed NMB Capital in Nagpokhari, Kathmandu as issue manager for the bank’s right shares.
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Dr Fixit, a paint product, has launched a campaign to raise awareness among its consumers on preventing the house wall from damp mainly during rainy season.
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Everest Bank has opened its ATM in Kirtipur. With the new outlet, the bank has been providing its services through its widest domestic network of 89 ATMs in Nepal,
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State-owned Nepal Drugs Limited (NDL) will resume production of its popular pain relieving medicine, Cetamol, from mid-September.
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The government completed the process of distributing licences for operating taxicab to the survivors of April 2015 Gorkha earthquake on Friday.
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Nepal’s largest helicopter operator, Shree Airlines welcomed its third Bombardier Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ) on Friday. The 70-seater CRJ-700 arrived at Tribhuvan International Airport from Europe via Dubai, the company said. Shree Airlines expects to put the first two 50-seater jets into commercial operation within a few weeks.
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Revenue collection from real estate transactions overshot the target after the government jacked up land registration fees.
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Nepali consumers are being forced to pay more for gasoline despite a sharp fall in global prices because Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) has not been implementing the automated pricing system it launched two and a half years ago.
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Increasing numbers of thrill seekers are choosing paragliding among the diverse adventure tourism activities offered in Pokhara.
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Kaustuv College inflicted a humiliating 100-run defeat on Chitwan Tigers to claim the AEC Super Cup Knockout Indoor cricket tournament title on Friday.
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Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal leader Hridayesh Tripathi has said the party will withdraw its support to the government led by Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba.
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A week into the temporary teachers’ indefinite hunger strike, the Ministry of Education on Friday sealed a four-point deal with the agitating teachers, offering them a golden handshake even if they fail the permanency test by the Teacher Service Commission.
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Senior Indian National Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar has been meeting political leaders in Kathmandu.
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The Election Commission has decided against using the red ink it had purchased for the Swastika stamp for the second phase of local polls after finding it low on quality.
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Lalitpur Metropolitan City (LMC) is going to conduct a feasibility study on the possibility of building a 1.75 km flyover between Kupondole and Pulchowk in a bid to mitigate traffic congestion in the area that stems from Thapathali, one of the major intersections of Kathmandu and the gateway to Lalitpur district.
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The Kathmandu Metropolitan City has started the second phase of installing 1,285 solar street lamps from last week. But the works are not progressing smoothly, as evidenced by the lamp posts laid along the footpaths beside freshly dug pits in different parts of the city these days.
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The National Reconstruction Authority has decided to establish grievance management committees at various levels to hear and address people’s concerns about reconstruction of physical infrastructure.
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A secretary’s revelation that he was transferred after he objected to the Election Commission (EC)’s decision to buy high-end vehicles “skirting the tender process” has left commissioners scrambling to defend the move.
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Two accidents along the Muglin-Narayangadh road section due to landslides once again have brought to the fore the vulnerability of vehicles plying the stretch, which is undergoing expansion.
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