Nepal Purbadhar

मङ्लबार, असार ५, २०८१
Tuesday, June 18, 2024

मङ्लबार, असार ५, २०८१
Tuesday, June 18, 2024

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The dilemma persists in PPP even after three decades

The dilemma persists in PPP even after three decades

KATHMANDU: The 60 MW Khimti-1 and 45 MW Mathillo Bhotekoshi hydropower projects built in the 1990s are pioneering examples of the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in project development. The latest example is the country's largest 900

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Cracking problems occur on two dozen bridges every year

Cracking problems occur on two dozen bridges every year

KATHMANDU: The Sinja River bridge connecting Kalikot with Jumla in Karnali province is found to be technically defective. The Department of Roads (DoR) was forced to warn the public saying “it is risky to use

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Narayangadh-Butwal road draws the attention of government, and parliament amid disappointing progress

Narayangadh-Butwal road draws the attention of government, and parliament amid disappointing progress

KATHMANDU: With the contract deadline only 11 days away, hardly 18.5 percent progress has been achieved in the upgradation of the Narayangadh-Butwal road section of the East-West Highway. Amid the disappointing performance in the construction,

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National Assembly passes new Nepal Engineering Council Act

National Assembly passes new Nepal Engineering Council Act

KATHMANDU: The National Assembly meeting held on Thursday passed the first amendment to the Nepal Engineering Council Act. The House of Representatives already passed this Act on July 4. The Bill come into force after

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WoPPP’s expertise crucial for investment promotion in Nepal: PM

WoPPP’s expertise crucial for investment promotion in Nepal: PM

KATHMANDU: A three-member delegation of the World Organisation for Public Private Partnership (WoPPP) including its president Ziad Alexander Hayek, called on Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and discussed investment opportunities in Nepal under the PPP

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 A shift in the traditional way of successful projects

 A shift in the traditional way of successful projects

KATHMANDU, Experts have said that the traditional understanding of a successful project is changing with time. Traditionally, a successful project means that the project is completed in the specified time, completed at the specified cost,

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WB approves Rs 17 billion to boost digital economy in Nepal

WB approves Rs 17 billion to boost digital economy in Nepal

KATHMANDU. The Executive Board of the World Bank (WB) has approved approximately Rs 17 billion (USD 140 million) in assistance to expand broadband access in Nepal and increase the participation of more people in the