KATHMANDU, April 21: The contract for construction of the Kathmandu view tower has been extended by a year. Kathmandu Metropolis extended the contract even though the construction work has not gained any substantial speed. As per the existing contract, 50 per cent of the work had to be completed as of now.
KATHMANDU, April 12: A ‘traffic week’ has begun in the Kathmandu Valley from today. The weeklong awareness campaign launched on the initiatives of the Traffic Police Circle, Maharajgunj and other subordinate community service centers aims to minimise road accidents in the Valley.
When you think of stupas, what immediately comes to your mind? I can bet most of you probably thought of either Boudhanath or Swayambhunath. After all, these are the two most popular stupas that people often visit. But there are hundreds of these monuments scattered throughout Kathmandu and Nepal in general. Although we are familiar with this hemispherical mound base that supports a tall thin umbrella-like structure of stupas, it’s built in other shapes and architectural designs around the world too.
KATHMANDU, April 11: Upon inspection by a team of officials from the Metropolitan Traffic Police Office (MTPO) and the Department of Transport Management (DoTM), 53 percent of the vehicles checked for their level of pollution contribution failed the Public Vehicle Pollution Test.
KATHMANDU, April 7: A Czech Republic Visa Application Centre has been opened in Kathmandu by VFS Global, a visa provider agency, to better serve the residents of Nepal wishing to travel to the Central European country. Prior to this, applicants had to travel to New Delhi, India, to submit application for Czech Republic visa.
The first Marriott brand to arrive in Nepal, Fairfield by Marriott, Kathmandu is celebrating its two years in Nepal. Fairfield by Marriott has established itself as one of the leading hotels in the hospitality industry within just two short years.
KATHMANDU, March 29: Dipesh Dhami of the departmental team Armed Police Force (APF) Club won the mixed doubles title with Pooja Shrestha and reached finals of two other categories- men’s singles and men’s doubles- in the ongoing 15th Krishna Mohan Memorial Open Badminton Tournament on Thursday.
The city is dusty and the traffic maddening but Kathmandu is still beautiful. There’s a lot that this city has to offer that we often end up overlooking in our rush to get to work and finish our daily chores. But then you can always put the weekend to good use. We urge you to take some time out this Saturday-Sunday to explore the city you live in and see it in a new light. Here’s how:
The road near my friend’s house has been dug up and left as it is for the last few months. Every time I ride my bike through that road, all I can think of is what a nightmare it is going to be during the monsoons and if anything at all is being done about it. I’m not alone in wondering if anything is actually being done for the capital at large in terms of managing roads and general maintenance of public property and spaces.
KATHMANDU, March 24: Kota Dhuku Petrol Pump is just a few meters from Balaju Chowk while coming from Sorhakhutte. Two fuel dispensers, for petrol and diesel, adjoin the footpath. There is no compound wall. The fuel pump’s containers are on the ground floor of a four-storey house.
KATHMANDU, March 23: Stakeholders have underlined the need for effective public finance management (PFM) by ensuring transparency, putting in place better reporting standards, and strengthening institutions involved in public spending.
On March 16, 12 models walked the ramp for a fashion show at St. Xaviers’s School in Jawalakhel, Latipur. The event was a part of the Fun Run organized by Higher Ground Nepal in association with Pangro, Featherwebs, Valley Plus, Shera and Ford Nepal.
KATHMANDU, March 21: Uncertainty is surrounding the fate of Melamchi Hydropower Project as concerned government agencies are not taking any decision to complete remaining works of the mega drinking water project.
KATHMANDU, March 15: Students of Ullens School and staffers from the Himalayan Mountain Initiative played their part to take urgent actions to reduce climate change in the country and across the world.
KATHMANDU, March 14: Laxmi Intercontinental Pvt Ltd is set to organize annual Hyundai Open Golf Tournament this Friday and Saturday, at Gokarna Golf Resort in Kathmandu. The company made the announcement at a press meet in Kathmandu on Wednesday.
KATHMANDU, March 13:The Embassy of India, Kathmandu has announced 200 Golden Jubilee Scholarships to meritorious Nepali students for continuing their studies in various undergraduate courses at various Universities and Colleges in Nepal for the academic year 2018-2019.
KATHMANDU, March 12: A woman’s body was found near the firing range training center of the Armed Police Force(APF) headquarter on Tuesday morning. The deceased, Nirmaya Chemjong,45, from Sunsari was living at Nagarjun Municipality-3.
KATHMANDU, March 12: Nepali stuntman Dinesh Sunar, holder of two world records in parkour, has made an attempt for hat-trick in the ‘most twisting back-flips off a wall in 30 seconds’ on Monday. Sunar completed 11 back-flips in 30 seconds.
KATHMANDU, March 11: The government has not been able to decide future course of Melamchi Water Supply Project (MWSP) even though it has been nearly two and half months since CMC -- the Italian contractor -- abandoned the project site.
KATHMANDU, March 6: It's not uncommon that roads are blocked and traffic movement is diverted to ease VIP motorcades in the Kathmandu Valley. But, this time it probably was different as Kathmandu folks took a strong exception to traffic jams caused by the VIPs motorcades.
Dan Alluf, Mashav Counsellor, Science, and Agriculture, was in Nepal as a guest speaker for ‘Small Farmer Summit, 2019’ that concluded on Friday. Mashav is Israel’s International Development Cooperation
I take this opportunity to write to you about a couple of things. These things have already been looked at and heard of multiple times. But I couldn’t hold back my restless feelings from exploding. Sorry for the impatience
Unmanaged city planning, haphazard road digging and dust pollution have defaced beautiful Kathmandu. Our city is in a mess. Electric pylons dangling overheard or even lying along the roadside, hindering mobility, posing greater risks of accidents and short circuits have made the matters worse.