Bicycle commuters finding hard to make living as border restrictions continueBy RSS
But contrary to their expectation, the transit point is yet to come into full operation. Despite the government decision to resume all transit points here, the local government continues to cause hurdles for the cross-border movements, preventing people like Chaudhary from resuming their works.
Gold price slumps by Rs 500 per tolaBy RSS
Gold has slumped today by Rs 500 per tola. Chhapawal (hallmark) gold is set to trade at Rs 88,800 today against Rs 89,300 on Thursday.
Morang farmers worry over import of Indian vegetablesBy RSS
When tomatoes from India entered the Nepali market at a lower price, local tomatoes started getting spoilt in the field. The tomatoes that vendors had been buying for 20 rupees per kg in later January are not being sold even at 10 rupees per kg in mid-February.
Gold price up by Rs 1,100 per tolaBy RSS
rice of yellow metal has gone up by Rs 1,100 per tola in Nepali market today. The gold price which remained stable on Monday has increased today.
Promising future of RCEPBy The Rising Nepal
RCEP members are committed to opening their markets to each other and implementing regional economic integration. If RCEP is signed successfully, it will cover about 3.5 billion people, nearly half of the world's population
Prospects for China-Korea FTA second phase are very positiveBy The Rising Nepal
In fact, China and the ROK enjoy close economic and trade relations. China is now South Korea's largest trading partner, largest export market and largest source of imports, while South Korea is China's third-largest trading partner.
SC’s verdict on HoR dissolution acceptable to NC, Deuba saysBy RSS
Addressing a protest rally organized by the Nepali Congress here Monday, the former Prime Minister said NC would accept the verdict no matter what the outcome is. “Government’s move is wrong. The case is sub judice in the SC. As since the judiciary is an independent body, it's verdict will be acceptable to the NC irrespective of the result,” he added.
Gulf returnee youth of Baglung starts earthworm production, earns Rs. 1mln a year from agricultureBy The Rising Nepal
Acharya has been so successful in his business that he had been making Rs.150,00 rupees a year for the last three years. He sold one quintal of earthworm last year alone.
Flood triggered by torrential rainfall hits Kailali (Photo Feature)29 Jul, 2020
More than 150 houses have been inundated in Kailali due to flooding in various rivers triggered by incessant rainfall from Tuesday night.
Govt seeks applications from unemployed peopleBy RSS
Aspiring people can apply for registration at the employment service centre at local level from July 23 to August 23. The selected applicant is bound to work at the area as directed by the centre in line with Clause 21 of the Right to Employment Act, 2075
BCIM economic corridor and non-traditional security issues21 Jul, 2020
Due to the rise of the counter-globalization trend and obstacles to the compatibility of regionalism and nationalism, the influence of non-traditional security factors in geopolitics is gradually spreading and intensifying. With the slow progress of the construction of the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar (BCIM) Economic Corridor, non-traditional security factors have also shown certain characteristics and trends.