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Vikshus object demolition of Buddha statues

Kathmandu, 21 July: The All Nepal Vikshu Federation has protested the demolition of Buddha statues at Tilottam of Rupandehi. Five statues along the Siddhartha Highway were damaged in a coordinated manner, said the Federation, arguing that it has hurt the sentiment of peace loving people. Issuing a press release, such …

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Nepal Chamber protests government decision

Kathmandu, 21 July: Nepal Chamber of Commerce (NCC) has drawn the attention of the government to entrepreneurship difficulties some provisions in the proposed Finance Bill might create. President of the NCC Rajesh Kaji Shrestha, in a meeting with Prime Minister Khagda Oli briefed him on existing entrepreneurship situation and supply …

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Indian national nabbed

Kathmandu, 21 July: Police have arrested an Indian national on charge of captivating a 17-year-old girl. Pradip Kumar, 23, has been accused of luring and holding the girl hostage in his rented apartment in Kuleshwor, Kathmandu, said the police, adding that Kumar originally from Motihari, India also threatened the girl, …

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Rs 800 billion remittance received

Kathmandu, 20 July:  Nepal has received Rs 800 billion  remittance in the last 11 months.  According to Nepal Rastra Bank’s report on country’s current economic and financial situation, the remittance flow has increased by 17.5 percent. In the same period in the last fiscal year, the remittance was upped by …

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Rs 800 billion remittance received

Kathmandu, 20 July:  Nepal has received Rs 800 billion  remittance in the last 11 months.  According to Nepal Rastra Bank’s report on country’s current economic and financial situation, the remittance flow has increased by 17.5 percent. In the same period in the last fiscal year, the remittance was upped by …

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PAN mandatory

Kathmandu, 20 July:  The Inland Revenue Department has urged everyone involved in business and offices for income to maintain personal account number (PAN) compulsorily. The government has also adopted One Person: One PAN policy with the announcement of this year’s budget. Issuing a press release today, the Department urged all …

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Corruption charged TU official jumps to death

Kathmandu, 20 July: A former TU official alleged of favouring relatives and manipulating scores in TU Service Commission’s employment test papers has killed his self. According to police, Ram Bahadur Pandey who had been facing corruption case at the special court jumped to death from the fifth floor of Radha …

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Over 63 k students opted for abraod studies

Kathmandu, 19 July: Over 63,000 students have taken no objection letters to study abroad in the fiscal year 2018-19. Even though the government stated that the number of students leaving the country had significantly dropped, the latest data show that the number has increased by 5,000 in the past year. …

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ICC continues suspension of CAN

Kathmandu, 19 July: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has gone with its decision to suspend the Nepal Cricket Association (CAN). The Thursday’s annual conference meeting of the ICC Board took place in London, England did not enter into the agenda of lifting the CAN suspension. The ICC had on April …

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