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KATHMANDU: The government has decided to accept a grant aid of 50 million Euros from the European Union for the school education sector programs.
A cabinet meeting held on Monday also decided not to implement the decision to reduce the rate of subsidy being provided on chemical fertilizers to farmers through the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development.
The government has also approved the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding on “Sharing of Real Time Hydro-meteorological Data” between Nepal and Bangladesh.
Similarly, the government has decided to promote Basant Bahadur Kunwar, Tek Prasad Rai, Deepak Thapa, Shyamalal Gyawali and Kiran Bajracharya to the vacant posts of Additional Inspector General (AIG) of Nepal Police.
A decision was also taken to provide relief support to the verified disqualified Maoist combatants. The cabinet meeting also decided to appoint Man Bahadur Khadka as the Chief Executive Officer of Nepal Forest Corporation Limited.
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