Retrieving the amount that controversial businessman Ajeya Raj Sumargi had withdrawn from Nepal Investment Bank Limited (NIBL) after a December 25 Supreme Court interim order has become ever more complicated with his company, Muktishree Cement Industries, using the money to make a number of payments.
Kathmandu Metropolitan City’s undying infatuation for the preface ‘smart’ has manifested in several glossy (and costly) infrastructural undertakings—from zebra crossings to dustbins and even toilets. But contrary to what ‘smart’ suggests,
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The parliamentary International Relations Committee has told the government to issue a forest clearance permit to the proposed airport project in Nijgadh only after making sure that investment will be forthcoming.
With an increasing number of traders producing fake details on imported goods, the Department of Customs has warned that it may put around 67 percent of these goods under the red customs clearance channel.
The Judicial Service Commission has elevated secretary of the Judicial Council Nripadhwoj Niroula to the chief registrar of the Supreme Court. A commission meeting held on Tuesday evening under Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher Rana also decided to appoint Devendra Raj Dhakal as secretary of the Judicial Council.
In May last year, the government introduced the “Guidelines on Bringing Austerity and Effectiveness in Public Expenditure”, and one of its provisions called for scrapping most of the incentives under various titles the civil servants were enjoying.
At a time when the ruling party and the main opposition are at loggerheads over the National Medical Education Bill, a sitting minister in the KP Oli administration on Wednesday said that the government should abide by the agreement it had reached with Dr Govinda KC on July 26.
Thyroid cancer is one of the most common cancers in Nepal. It is considered one of the, relatively, better cancers to get as deaths are rare, with a 10-year survival rate post-treatment in more than 90 percent of patients.