Nepal Purbadhar

सोमवार, असार ४, २०८१
Monday, June 17, 2024

सोमवार, असार ४, २०८१
Monday, June 17, 2024

Nepal Infrastructure

Nepal Infrastructure

News
Enhancing the Livelihood of coffee farmers through Agroforestry

Enhancing the Livelihood of coffee farmers through Agroforestry

KATHMANDU: In pursuit of advancing the benefits for the coffee sector through the promotion of agroforestry practices, a stakeholder workshop was convened in Lalitpur on Thursday. The primary objective of the workshop was to explore

Drinking water
Rs 4.50 billion needed for regular operation of Melamchi project   

Rs 4.50 billion needed for regular operation of Melamchi project   

KATHMANDU: It would cost Rs 4.50 billion to run Melamchi Drinking Water Project throughout the year. At an interaction related to the long-term management of Melamchi Drinking Water Project organised at Singha Durbar today, Executive

Energy
IBN approves Rs 99.20 billion investment commitment for four energy projects   

IBN approves Rs 99.20 billion investment commitment for four energy projects   

KATHMANDU: The Investment Board Nepal (IBN) has approved investment commitments of Rs 99.20 billion for four energy projects. The 57th meeting of the Board held today under the chair of Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal

News
FNCCI President Dhakal requests AIIB to invest in Nepal   

FNCCI President Dhakal requests AIIB to invest in Nepal   

KATHMANDU: In a meeting between the board officials of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and private sector representatives in Chandragiri on Tuesday, Chandra Dhakal, President of Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry requested

Energy
NEA appeals to the international community to increase assistance in the energy sector

NEA appeals to the international community to increase assistance in the energy sector

Kathmandu : The Nepal Electricity Authority has requested Nepal's international development partners to increase assistance in the energy sector. Switzerland, United Kingdom, America, European Union, World Bank and Asian Development Bank, which have been providing

News
World Bank supports fiscal and growth reforms and better provincial and local roads in Nepal

World Bank supports fiscal and growth reforms and better provincial and local roads in Nepal

WASHINGTON : The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors approved $200 million in new financing for two projects in Nepal to support the country’s transition toward Green, Resilient, and Inclusive Development (GRID) and help improve

Energy
BEEN launches knowledge resources for promoting energy efficiency in Nepalese building sector   

BEEN launches knowledge resources for promoting energy efficiency in Nepalese building sector   

Kathmandu: The Building Energy Efficiency in Nepal (BEEN) has launched what it called three pivotal knowledge resources aimed at improving energy efficiency in Nepalese building sector. These resources include the Baseline Report on Operational Energy

News
EU supports promoting sustainable coffee farming in Sudurpashchim province

EU supports promoting sustainable coffee farming in Sudurpashchim province

DOTI : To introduce sustainable and scientific methods in commercial farming of Nepal’s specialty coffee applying sustainable techniques, local potential farmers are being trained in Shikhar Municipality of Doti district in Sudurpaschim Province. The training

ICT
DOI issues trekking Route Permit online   

DOI issues trekking Route Permit online   

Kathmandu: The Department of Immigration has started issuing route permits for domestic and foreign tourists going to restricted zone through online system. Prior to this, the DOI was providing permits to tourists going to restricted

News
Narayangadh-Muglin road not to remain closed from today

Narayangadh-Muglin road not to remain closed from today

Bharatpur : The Narayangadh-Muglin road, which was being closed for four hours every day in the afternoon, will not be closed from today. Information Officer of Naghdhunga-Muglin Road Project West Section (Narayangadh-Muglin) Engineer Krishna Prasad