Nepalese rupee

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Synonyms for Nepalese rupee

the basic unit of money in Nepal

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"The decline of the Nepalese rupee (NPR) can be attributed to the fact that the currency is pegged against the Indian rupee (INR), which has had a very turbulent 2018 due to the rising crude oil prices.
We later moved to the 1,032 Nepalese rupee (BD5.700) a night Hotel Temple Villa for its more convenient location in a quiet backstreet in the heart of the main strip.
The debt burden has further been aggravated by the continued depreciation of the Nepalese Rupee.
Having won two Lexus models - the RX 350 and the ES 350 worth a total of Dh400,000, it turned out that he drew the Nepalese rupee, adding approximately Dh45,000 to his winnings.
As per official records, the calamity has caused damage amounting to over one billion Nepalese rupees.
The 32-year-old jet was sold by Nepal Airlines (RA, Kathmandu) to the start-up carrier in October 2017 for NPR145 million Nepalese rupees (USD1.41 million at the time).
Among others, it noted that the Nepali previously paid just 700 Nepalese rupees (RM26) to be registered as a prospective migrant worker at any of the country's employment agencies.
Standing outside his repair shop in Thimi, an old part of Bhaktapur where the streets are lined with workshops that once serviced the hippie buses, Prem Ratna Manandhar says he was saddened to sell his small "German bus" for a paltry 50,000 Nepalese rupees (483 dollars) to a junk yard.
The Manila-based bank said the country's poorest would also fall further below the government-set national poverty line of 19,261 Nepalese rupees per year (189 dollars).
When I met him, Pasang's daily wage (along with most of the other porters 1 spoke to) was 1,000 Nepalese rupees (about 6.30 [pounds sterling]).
A litre of diesel is 103 Nepalese rupees - about $1.
Families, impoverished and desperate, receive as little as 1,000 Nepalese rupees ($10) for the sale of their child, experts say.
The family of the Nepalese victim has been given 200,000 Nepalese rupees. Six Indians were among seven persons killed in the fire that engulfed a cramped apartment located in the downtown Batha area of the capital city.
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