‘Nepali people’s aspirations: development and prosperity’

KATHMANDU, April 30: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' today has said that the Nepali people's aspirations were development and prosperity and the government was working day and night for the same. Prime Minister Dahal made this remark during a meeting with a delegation of Malaysian former administrators and businesspersons, who today met with him at the former's official residence in Baluwatar. "Good investment commitments have been made at the Nepal Investment Summit-2017 held in Nepal recently. We want to bring in as much as investment after amending unfavorable laws related to investment. Now economic growth rate has increased and there are signs of prosperity and development lately," said PM Dahal. Being aware of various predicaments facing Nepali migrants in Malaysia and the incident wherein aspiring Nepalis are forced to pay higher than the set amount to go to Malaysia under different pretexts, the government was taking diplomatic initiatives to address such problems of the migrants, PM Dahal is said to have briefed the delegation. PM Dahal said Nepal would take lessons from economic development of Malaysia during a short span of time. Noting that achievements like development and increment in economic growth had been made during his premiership of Dahal, former secretary of Home Ministry of Malaysia Tanshree Ase stressed the need for cooperation between Nepal and Malaysia for development and prosperity. On the occasion, President of the Nepal-Malaysia Business Council Pradip Dato apprised PM Dahal of the business Nepalis are running in Malaysia. RSS

  • Vote count, budget after two-phased election

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  • 50 years of Nepal-ADB partnership: Building together prosperity of Asia

    SARACHCHANDRA BHANDARI, KATHMANDU, April 28: The Asian Development Bank (ADB) – a multilateral development agency founded to contribute towards lessening poverty and building prosperity of the region through physical infrastructure development – has entered 50 years of its operations. The partnership between Nepal and ADB since its establishment in 1967 has consolidated the mutual cooperation i यो [...]

  • Agreement with UML just to withdraw letter sent to Local Development Officers: PM Dahal

    KATHMANDU, April 27: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said the government has reached to an agreement with the main opposition, the CPN (UML) just to take back the letter sent to the Local Development officers (LDOs) in some of the districts in Tarai Madhes through the Ministry of Federal Affairs to revise the number of local-level. During his meeting with the presidium of newl यो [...]

  • Development cooperation; time to act towards Sustainable Development Goals

    KRISHNA SAPKOTA, KATHMANDU, April 23: Development cooperation is very significant in a resource-stripped country like Nepal where opportunities for foreign direct investment and private sector financing for national development are limited. As one of the important sources of development finance, foreign aid has seen increasing volume of its contributions to the Government budget of Nepal. Yet, the यो [...]

  • Dupcheshwor: a centre of belief for Hindus and Buddhists

    SHYAM RIMAL, DUPCHESHWOR (NUWAKOT), April 22: 'Yo Dupcheshwor, Yahi Ho Parameshwor, Hamro Ishwor' A group of visitors from Kathmandu and the local litterateurs on Friday arrived and read out stories and poems at the Dupcheshwor temple, which is known as the second Pashupatinath in Bagmati. During the visit organized by Shashaka monthly newspaper, litterateurs paid homage and offered praye यो [...]

  • 20 Amazing Scientific Reasons Behind Hindu Traditions

    1.  Joining Both Palms together to Greet In Hindu culture, people greet each other by joining their palms – termed as “Namaskar.” The general reason behind this tradition is that greeting by joining both the palms means respect. However, scientifically speaking, joining both hands ensures joining the tips of all the fingers together; which are denoted to the pressure points of eyes, ears, and min यो [...]

  • Chief Election Commissioner urges media to disseminate balanced and objective news

    KATHMANDU, April 21: Chief Election Commissioner Dr Ayodhee Prasad Yadav has urged the media to take up the responsibility of a watchdog to make the upcoming local level election in a free, fair and fear-free manner. CEC Yadav said this while addressing a workshop titled 'Dissemination of Balanced News in the Forthcoming Local Level Election and Importance of News', organized here today by Trib यो [...]

  • Year of economic ‘boom’ but challenges for retaining sustainable and rapid growth

    MAHENDRA SUBEDI, KATHMANDU, April 20: The country's economy turned 'astounding' in the fiscal year 2016/17, thanks to regular power supply and subsequent expansion of the industrial output, regular monitoring of the development projects, efforts for good governance, favorable climatic condition, sufficient rainfall resulting in the record high paddy production in the country's history, among other यो [...]

  • President Bhandari’s goodwill visit to prove important concerning Indo-Nepal diplomatic relation: Experts

    KATHMANDU, April 18: Foreign affairs experts has claimed President Bidya Devi Bhandari's five-day state visit to India to prove a milestone concerning the Indo-Nepal diplomatic relation. According to experts, President Bhandari's visit, although it is a ceremonial visit, and not executive, will be important as the post 'President' is not as unstable and changeable as posts like Prime Ministers यो [...]

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