Finance Minister requests Saudi Arabia to invest in Nepal

eAdarsha.com Reporter
February 05, 2019

Finance Minister Dr Yubaraj Khatiwada has requested Saudi Arabia to invest in Nepal. The request was made during his meeting with Saudi Arabia’s Ambassador to Nepal Musaid bin Sulaiman Al Marwany, who paid a courtesy call on Minister Khatiwada on Monday.

The Minister during the talks urged Saudi Arabia for investment especially in the infrastructure and industry sectors as he said there has been an environment conducive for investment in Nepal. He also thanked the Saudi government for providing financial support for the development of irrigation, energy and physical infrastructure of Nepal through Saudi Fund, and for giving job opportunities to Nepali migrants.

The Minister said a message could be circulated to all Saudi Arabian investors through the country’s embassy in Nepal requesting them to participate in an investment conference scheduled to take place in Nepal on March 28-29.

In response, Ambassador Marwany said Saudi Arabia was ready to cooperate and invest in Nepal, while saying exchanges of high level visits between both the countries would help take bilateral relations to a new high. He also said talks had been proceeded in various phases for Saudi Arabia to provide financial aids through Saudi Fund for post earthquake reconstruction measures of Nepal.

Messages of President, PM on Sonam Lhosar

eAdarsha.com Reporter
February 05, 2019
The country is observing the 2855th Sonam Lhosar, a festival celebrated particularly by Tamang community, with various programmes today. The festival which marks New Year of Tamang community falls in the Shukla Pratipada of the Nepali month of Magh. On the occasion, a special programme will be held in Tundikhel where a variety of clothing, foods and artworks of Tamang community will be put on display, said Belilo Tamang, senior vice chairperson of the main organising committee. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is scheduled to inaugurate the programme at 1 pm. Meanwhile, President Bidya Devi Bhandari extended a message of…

Rural women's access to property nominal

eAdarsha.com Reporter
February 05, 2019
Most of the rural women of this area are still confined to merely handle household and kitchen chores. The rural women also are equally suffering from various forms and manifestations of violence. Majority of women are yet to be aware of their constitutionally-guaranteed rights. The marginalized and disadvantaged section of rural women is deprived of enjoying these rights. The situation is more alarming among the rural women in Karnali. The family burden has pushed them to a situation that they…