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Global IME Bank, IFC signs deal for enhanced risk management and inclusive finance

Global IME Bank, IFC signs deal for enhanced risk management and inclusive finance

KATHMANDU: Global IME Bank Limited has signed an agreement with the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, to provide advisory services to Global IME Bank across various risk management areas.

Opinion
Private Sector Ready for Power Trade

Private Sector Ready for Power Trade

The history of Nepal's hydropower production spans 112 years, with significant progress occurring only after the active engagement of the private sector. In 2057 BS, the first privately invested project generated electricity, marking a turning

Opinion
Nepal’s Private Sector-led Thriving Power sector-a source of Inspiration in South Asia

Nepal’s Private Sector-led Thriving Power sector-a source of Inspiration in South Asia

Nestled amidst the majestic Himalayas, Nepal has not only captivated the world with its breathtaking landscapes and rich cultural tapestry but also harbors a hidden treasure trove – the immense potential of hydropower. In recent

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Sustainable coffee farming sensitization in Nawalpur

Sustainable coffee farming sensitization in Nawalpur

NAWALPUR: In a collaborative effort aimed at enhancing the capabilities of farmers and promoting sustainable and commercial coffee production at the grassroots level, a comprehensive capacity-building workshop kicked off on Sunday in Kawasoti of Nawalpur

Energy
Setikhola Hydropower project begins power production   

Setikhola Hydropower project begins power production   

Parbat: With the completion of the project development, the Setikhola Hydropower Project at Paiyun and Bihadi rural municipalities in the Parbat district have started power generation. The project with a capacity of 3.5 megawatts has

Energy
NEA Board of Directors decide to reconnect power supply   

NEA Board of Directors decide to reconnect power supply   

Kathmandu: The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) is to resume power supply to consumers who have used electricity from dedicated feeders and trunk lines in the past but have not paid the premium charge for that.

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Nepali media faces sustainability crisis, says report   

Nepali media faces sustainability crisis, says report   

Kathmandu: The Nepali media witnessed a huge financial crisis in the past year- 2023, thereby causing a severe dent in the sustainability of the free press. According to a report, the slump in the advertisement

Energy
Issues relating to dedicated feeder and trunk lines will be resolved soon: Mahat  

Issues relating to dedicated feeder and trunk lines will be resolved soon: Mahat  

Morang:  Minister for Finance Dr. Prakash Sharan Mahat has assured that the confusion relating to the dedicated feeder and trunk lines between the NEA and industries will be cleared soon. Addressing a 10-day expo organized

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Electricity dues must be paid, no exemption: NEA

Electricity dues must be paid, no exemption: NEA

KATHMANDU: The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has urged the consumers who had consumed electricity from dedicated feeder and trunk line in the past and now faced power supply disruption to come to the appeal process.

Energy
FNCCI demands high-powered commission to sort out disputes over dedicated power line 

FNCCI demands high-powered commission to sort out disputes over dedicated power line 

Kathmandu: The Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) has called for the establishment of a high-powered commission to deal with and resolve disputes regarding dedicated and trunk lines of electricity. Issuing a