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Ncell contributed $692 million to Nepal’s GDP in 2017: Axiata

Kathmandu, May 14 Axiata – the parent company of Ncell – has claimed that Ncell contributed $692 million to the gross domestic product...

Private sector hails elimination of load-shedding

Kathmandu, May 14 The private sector has hailed the tireless efforts of Nepal Electricity Authority that resulted in elimination of load-shedding in the...

Citizens’ branches

KATHMANDU: As per its slogan ‘Your partner for progress’, Citizens Bank International CEO Rajan Singh Bhandari carried out remote inauguration of...

Govt urged to be more realistic in allocation of fiscal budget

Kathmandu, May 14 The government has been suggested to be more realistic during budget allocation to end the perennial problem of low capital...

SC stays govt’s decision to raise import duty on sugar

On April 17, the Cabinet had hiked customs duty on sugar imports to 30 pc Kathmandu, May 14 The Supreme Court today stayed...

Xerox ends agreement with Japan’s Fujifilms

A man walks in front of Nishiazabu headquarters of Fujifilm Holdings Corporation in Tokyo, on Monday, May 14, 2018. Photo: AP NEW YORK: Copier company...

More air entry routes from India sought

Kathmandu, May 13 Nepal and India have agreed to start a technical study to open four new air routes between the two countries...

Non-explosive licence for Nepali gas bullets in limbo

Kathmandu, May 13 The long-pending issue regarding issuance of non-explosive certificate to Nepali gas-ferrying bullets was unresolved during the two-day visit of Indian...

NRB is toothless despite having a lot of regulatory responsibilities

Borrowers have been hit hard due to the increasing lending rates in recent times. Citing the increased liability of deposit collection banks and financial institutions...

ICAN to organise ‘CA Education Fair 2018’ today

Kathmandu, May 13 The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nepal (ICAN) is  hosting the Grand CA Education Fair 2018 on Monday in...