KATHMANDU, May 19: An agreement has been reached between Nepalese Heritage Society (NHS) and NMB bank to conserve and promote national heritages. The agreement was signed by NHS President Ambica Shrestha and Chief Executive Officer of NMB Sunil KC at a function held at Dwarika Hotel.

KATHMANDU, Sept 7: The construction work to build the roof of the Kasthamandap, the historical and archeological heritage at Basantapur in Kathmandu, has kicked off.

KATHMANDU, August 4: Rs 8.95 million has been allocated for the reconstruction project as part of the campaign to protect and promote all heritage sites within the Kathmandu Metropolitan City and link them with tourism.

BHAKTAPUR, June 10: Because of its rich culture, tradition, and heritage sites, Bhaktapur has remained as one of the most popular tourist destinations of the country for decades. The devastating earthquake of April 2015 and the aftershocks, however, took a severe toll on old settlements, temples and other heritage structures. Its residents remained in shock for a long time. Gradually when they started rising from the rubbles, it became apparent that they will have to rebuild many cultural and religiously important structures.

BHADGAUN, May 10: Chief Executive Officer of National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) Sushil Gyewali said NRA took the disaster as an opportunity. He also informed that the NRA has laid emphasis on the reconstruction and renovation of heritage sites.

KATHMANDU, March 28: Rampage of moneys is posing a serious threat to main heritage sites in the capital.

KATHMANDU, Feb 22 : Minister for Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation, Padma Kumari Aryal, has said that the government will take action against the Kamalpokhari encroachment.

More than three years have passed since the April 2015 earthquake destroyed many of Kathmandu’s heritage sites. Places like Gaddhi Baithak in Basantapur and temples in Patan have been rebuilt.

KATHMANDU, Oct 31: More than three years since the monster quake of 2015 shook the entire nation to its core, three iconic heritage sites in Kathmandu are still awaiting reconstruction.

DOLAKHA, Sept 29: Ancient temples, stupas and heritage sites were the life of Dolakha bazaar until a few years ago. All those antiquities crumbled into pieces all at once when the magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit the country on April 25, 2015. Amid the chaos of people, the heritage sites never got proper attention.