Nepal Purbadhar

आइतवार, माघ १५, २०७९
Sunday, January 29, 2023

आइतवार, माघ १५, २०७९
Sunday, January 29, 2023

Physical Infrastructure

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Builders pledge to deliver projects within the deadline

Builders pledge to deliver projects within the deadline

KATHMANDU: Construction companies have made a written promise to complete the road projects that are under construction for years but have not been completed in the Kathmandu Valley within the stipulated time. The companies have

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Time to operate Muglin-Narayangadh road partially extended   

Time to operate Muglin-Narayangadh road partially extended   

CHITWAN:  The duration for earth-cutting under the Narayangadh-Muglin road widening project has been extended by a month. The earth-cutting for the road widening is being carried out by halting vehicular traffic from 11:00 am to

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Engineering licenses examination to resume in March

Engineering licenses examination to resume in March

KATHMANDU: The engineering license examination, which has been on hold for a long time, is going to be resumed in March this year. Although a notification was issued to fill up the online form for

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DPM Shrestha urged officials to keep track of files

DPM Shrestha urged officials to keep track of files

KATHMANDU: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Physical Infrastructure and Transport Narayan Kaji Shrestha instructed the divisions and departments under the ministry to start the system of Keeping file track record system to expedite the delivery

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Seven reports on public transport management collecting dust

Seven reports on public transport management collecting dust

KATHMANDU: Though seven studies have been carried out over the last 11 years to identify ways to properly manage public transport in Kathmandu valley, none of the recommendations of the study reports have been implemented

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Immediate improvement in public transport stressed

Immediate improvement in public transport stressed

KATHMANDU: Relevant officials and stakeholders suggested that the government immediately roll out measures to improve the chaotic traffic system in Kathmandu valley. Participating in an interaction held in the capital on Thursday, they expressed concern

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Electric vehicle registrations cross 26k

Electric vehicle registrations cross 26k

KATHMANDU: The number of the registered electric vehicle reached 26 thousand 463 in Nepal. Data compiled by the Department of Transportation Management shows 5,770 were registered in the current financial year 2022/23 alone, making up 21.80

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Gov blacklists 40 companies

Gov blacklists 40 companies

KATHMANDU: The government has blacklisted 40 companies during the first four months of the current financial year 2022/23. Companies involved in construction, good supplies, and consulting services are among those backlisted.  Five companies are from

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Why is land consolidation necessary for systematic urban development?

Why is land consolidation necessary for systematic urban development?

KATHMANDU: Along with the growing population, the process of turning agricultural land into residential areas without proper roads and sewerage is a big problem. As a result, narrow and curving roads are also full of

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Nagdhunga Tunnel timeline extended by 3 months

Nagdhunga Tunnel timeline extended by 3 months

KATHMANDU: The government has extended the timeline for the construction of Nagdhunga tunnel project by three months.  Hazama Ando Corporation, the Japanese contractor, had earlier agreed to complete the project in 42 months from the