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Janardan Sharma
Nepal spent Rs 137 billion in capital expenditure in 11 months. It has Rs 203 billion for 1 month

Nepal spent Rs 137 billion in capital expenditure in 11 months. It has Rs 203 billion for 1 month

Janardan Sharma may be removed from the cabinet

Janardan Sharma may be removed from the cabinet

Nepal budget 2022/23: These 8 goods will turn costlier after mid-July

Nepal budget 2022/23: These 8 goods will turn costlier after mid-July

Nepal budget 2022/23: Everything you need to know about Rs 1.79-trillion expense plan

Nepal budget 2022/23: Everything you need to know about Rs 1.79-trillion expense plan

The new fiscal year is just 2 months away, but the govt has yet to spend Rs 222 billion in capital expenditure

The new fiscal year is just 2 months away, but the govt has yet to spend Rs 222 billion in capital expenditure

Businesses want govt to reduce tax rates in the next budget plan, but the minister tells them not to nag

Businesses want govt to reduce tax rates in the next budget plan, but the minister tells them not to nag

Fact check: Mahesh Acharya had resigned as defence minister, not finance minister, after the NRB governor’s reinstatement

Fact check: Mahesh Acharya had resigned as defence minister, not finance minister, after the NRB governor’s reinstatement

Prithvi Bahadur Shah and finance minister-NRB governor tussle: Your FAQs answered

Prithvi Bahadur Shah and finance minister-NRB governor tussle: Your FAQs answered

Nepal bans websites and apps facilitating cryptocurrency deals, betting

Nepal bans websites and apps facilitating cryptocurrency deals, betting

Govt uses 20% of annual development budget in 8 months, has to spend Rs 65 billion a month to meet the target

Govt uses 20% of annual development budget in 8 months, has to spend Rs 65 billion a month to meet the target

Rule to control insider trading in limbo for 2 years

Rule to control insider trading in limbo for 2 years

Ramesh Hamal is the new SEBON chairperson

Ramesh Hamal is the new SEBON chairperson

Nepal central bank also prepares to launch a digital currency

Nepal central bank also prepares to launch a digital currency

Only 16 per cent of annual capital expenditure spent in 7 months

Only 16 per cent of annual capital expenditure spent in 7 months

3 decades on, development expenditure underspending continues to trouble Nepal

3 decades on, development expenditure underspending continues to trouble Nepal

Nepal central bank urges people again to stay away from cryptocurrency transactions

Nepal central bank urges people again to stay away from cryptocurrency transactions

NRB tells banks to submit details of cash transactions above Rs 700,000

NRB tells banks to submit details of cash transactions above Rs 700,000

Nepal forming a special task force to control Hyper Fund and cryptocurrency transactions

Nepal forming a special task force to control Hyper Fund and cryptocurrency transactions

Nepal customs payment goes online

Nepal customs payment goes online

SEBON chairperson appointment likely to be delayed again

SEBON chairperson appointment likely to be delayed again

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