Nepal Purbadhar

शनिबार, साउन ५, २०८१
Saturday, July 20, 2024

शनिबार, साउन ५, २०८१
Saturday, July 20, 2024

Physical Infrastructure

Physical Infrastructure
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

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Experts see slim chance of timely delivery of critical road projects covered in manifestos

Experts see slim chance of timely delivery of critical road projects covered in manifestos

KATHMANDU: Three weeks before the upcoming House of Representatives and Provincial Assembly elections scheduled to be held on 20th November, contesting political parties unveiled their election manifestos loaded with populist pledges. Some of the promises, they made

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Sajha to operate 32 more electric buses after elections

Sajha to operate 32 more electric buses after elections

KATHMANDU: The state-owned transport operator, Sajha Yatayat has purchased forty new buses meant for public transportation in Kathmandu Valley. Officials said thirty-two of the 40 electric buses imported by the company have entered the capital.

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Overall progress in Nagdhunga tunnel reaches 45 pc

Overall progress in Nagdhunga tunnel reaches 45 pc

KATHMANDU: The overall progress in the construction of Nagdhunga tunnel has reached 45 percent as of November 8, said the project officials. Ramhari Pokharel, head of the Nagdhunga tunnel construction project said that the progress

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UML pledges to generate 6500 MW in five years, bring in 2.5 million tourists

UML pledges to generate 6500 MW in five years, bring in 2.5 million tourists

KATHMANDU: The Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) United Marxist and Leninist (CPN-UML) released its election manifesto with the target to increase annual arrival of tourists to 2.5 million and expanding irrigation facilities to all cultivable

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Construction of Birendranagar Ringroad in limbo for 17 years

Construction of Birendranagar Ringroad in limbo for 17 years

KATHMANDU (RSS): The lingering dispute over land compensation has thrown the construction of the Birendrangar Ringroad into limbo for the last 17 years. In 2005, the government started to construct the 29km-Ringroad from the Subbakuna-Bangesimal

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135 years old suspension bridge awaits maintenance   

135 years old suspension bridge awaits maintenance   

MYAGDI- A suspension bridge constructed with the use of locally available resources and technology some 135 years ago in the Mygdi district is in a dilapidated condition, needing an urgent renovation. The bridge over Myagdikhola

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Rural areas in Banke getting good access to the road network   

Rural areas in Banke getting good access to the road network   

Banke - Construction of the road network in and around Nepalgunj Sub-Metropolitan City is taking a good pace, which has contributed to the other development infrastructures. Recently, 116 kilometers of road in the city is