Author: Himalaya Post

NMB Bank bags ‘The Bank of the Year 2020’, thrice in 4 years

NMB Bank has been awarded the prestigious “Bank of the Year-2020”, by The Banker, The Financial Times, London, the third award in 4 years. The Bank has had a remarkable growth trajectory evidently reflected in the growth in its balance sheet size and its balanced network expansion that covers urban-semi urban and rural corners of the country. NMB has positioned itself as the bank that does things differently and translated the same in its core focus areas Renewable Energy, Agriculture, MSMEs/SMEs, and Digitization. The Bank’s drive to promote Sustainable Value Based Banking in allegiance to its membership of the...

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If you wish to grow your business create win-win situation in the society

Durga Chudal Nepalese business organization has been able to expand its operations immensely throughout the world, not considering the geographical constraints. The dream of Nepalese business organization can turn into realism, being a global market leader. Today the world of business has been expanding its boundaries globally. Now the Nepalese business competition is not only within the internal markets but among the external markets as well. Such a global perspective has introduced new opportunities as well as threats to the existing market. Nepal, even being a least developed country, has also been experiencing the waves of globalization that has...

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Shringla inaugurates four development projects in Gorkha and Manang

On the second and final day of his official visit to Nepal, Foreign Secretary of India Harsh Vardhan Shringla addressed a limited gathering of leading civil society members on India-Nepal relations at an event hosted by the Asian Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs (AIDIA) in Kathmandu. His speech laid out the foundational multi-dimensional strength of the ties between the two countries and the vision for taking it forward.  In the afternoon, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla travelled to Gorkha and inaugurated three schools constructed with Indian reconstruction assistance viz. Shree Mahalaxmi, Shree Ratnalaxmi and Shree Tara Secondary Schools,...

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New atmosphere of Nepal India relation : Shringla visit to Nepal

Foreign Secretary of India Harsh Vardhan Shringla, commenced his two-day official visit to Nepal today. During the course of the day, Foreign Secretary met Mr. Bharat Raj Paudyal, Foreign Secretary of Nepal and called on President of Nepal, Rt. Hon’ble Mrs. Bidya Devi Bhandari, Prime Minister of Nepal, Rt. Hon’ble Mr. K.P. Sharma Oli and Foreign Minister of Nepal, H.E. Mr. Pradeep Kumar Gyawali. The meetings were conducted in a cordial and positive atmosphere. In their meeting, the two Foreign Secretaries discussed and reviewed various aspects of the bilateral ties between the two countries. They expressed satisfaction at the...

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Railway JWG discusses running train services on Jaynagar-Kurtha Cross Border Rail link.

The 4 th India-Nepal Joint Working Group meeting on Railway Cooperation was held today via video-conferencing. The Indian side was led by Dr Manoj Singh, Executive Director (Traffic Transportation-F), Ministry of Railways, Government of India and Nepali side was led by Er Gopal Prasad Sigdel, Joint Secretary in the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport of Government of Nepal. Other stakeholders who participated from both sides included senior officials from Indian Railway, Ministry of External Affairs, Embassy of India in Kathmandu, Konkan Railways and IRCON on the Indian side and Director General, Department of Railway (DoRw), General Manager of...

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