OKHALDHUNGA, Oct 2: Although contractor Rajendra Construction Company won the bid of constructing a bridge over Molung river at Mandre Dovan in Okhaldhunga along Okhaldhunga-Saghutar road section some six years ago, the bridge has not been completed yet.
BARDIYA, Aug 4: At a time when the failure of an ambitious national pride project – Sikta Irrigation Project – has been drawing the headlines, another important project, Bheri-Babai Irrigation Project, shares a similar fate. Even after three decades, it has shown no real progress except for some works on tunnel construction.
KATHMANDU, Nov 6: The economist Dr.Chandramani Adhikari has stated that the manifestos released by all political parties are incomplete. He said that on those released manifesto there is not clear execution scheme of the plan of actiion and not a clear vision to good governance.
After widespread criticism, the Tribhuvan University has put the decision of granting affiliation to Kathmandu National Medical College on hold. Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba reportedly had to threaten TU Vice-chancellor Tirtha Raj Khaniya with immediate dismissal if he failed to cancel the college license.
The Nepalese Army (NA) has contributed to 42 UN peacekeeping missions, in which over 114,818 personnel have already participated. The first Nepali contingent, Purano Gorakh Battalion, was deployed in United Nations Emergency Force–II in Sinai, Egypt in 1974. The ground reality was so volatile that the UN had to deploy this mission within 24 hours of Security Council resolution.
DHANGADHI, Jan 19: Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Ramesh Lekhak and Indian Ambassador Ranjit Rae have jointly inaugurated an incomplete road section under the Hulaki Rajmarga here in Kailali on Thursday.
DHANGADHI, Jan 19: Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport, Ramesh Lekhak and Indian Ambassador to Nepal, Ranjit Rae have jointly inaugurated the 62-km-long postal highway which is still under-construction in Kailali district.
RAJBIRAJ, Sept 14: The dream project of the people of the Tarai belt, believed to do wonders in developing the entire region, is headed nowhere as the construction of the Postal Highway has been lingering for over four decades.
BANEPA, July 15: Almost two decades have elapsed but the construction of a 64-km road linking the Kavrepalanchowk district headquarters, Dhulikhel, with various VDCs of Kavrepalanchowk district still remains incomplete.