Nepalese Rupee


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Nepalese Rupee

The currency of Nepal. It was introduced in 1932, replacing the mohar. Since 1993, it has been pegged to the Indian rupee at a rate of 1.6 Nepalese rupees to 1 Indian rupee.
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Entry to the main viewpoint cost 25 Nepalese rupee (137 fils) with the money collected going towards the management and conservation of village schools and infrastructure.
The prospective worker must also authorise One Stop Centre (OSC), a Malaysia-appointed firm, to arrange for the collection of documents for delivery to the country's embassy in Kathmandu, for which it charged an additional 2,800 Nepalese rupees.
Shrestha bought the Mercedes-Benz from its owner five months ago for 75,000 Nepalese rupees. "It works very well.
The price of land has also increased tremendously in rural areas: in Pyangaon village (Lalitpur District), the cost of one ropani of irrigated land with no access to any roads or pathways amounts to: 3 lakh NPR (Nepalese rupees) per ropani (2007).
Summary: Siraha [Nepal], Apr 10 (ANI): The Chandra Narayan Yadav Memorial Maternity Hospital, made on an Indian grant of Nepalese Rupees 26.90 million, was inaugurated by the Ambassador of India to Nepal, Manjeev Singh Puri, here on Wednesday.
The department has estimated a time period of two years' for completing the survey and a budget of 250 million Nepalese rupees (Dh8.86 million) has been allocated for the purpose.
Project details : According to the PDNA mentioned above, the total amount of damage to the education sector was 31.3 billion Nepalese rupees (38.4 billion yen) and the total amount required for reconstruction is 39.7 billion Nepalese rupees (48.8 billion yen), the second highest reconstruction need after housing.
Auto major Tata Motors rolled out its sports utility vehicle (SUV), Tata Safari Storme in Nepal on Friday at a starting price of 37.85 lakh Nepalese Rupees (a[sup.1]23.70 lakhs).
Traditionally, girls as young as six or seven from the ethnic Tharu community in five districts of west Nepal were "sold" by their parents for as little as 1,500 Nepalese rupees ($20).
Maoist insurgents holding the son of former Prime Minister Lokendra Bahadur Chand have demanded 30 million Nepalese rupees (about $420,000) in ransom to set him free, local media reported Tuesday.
When Pushkar set out on November 29, 1998, he left with 100 Nepalese Rupees - equivalent to pounds 1 - from his mother.

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