SURKHET, Sept 24: Pillar number 11 erected in the Lalung area in Namkha Rural Municipality-6 of Humla along the Nepal-China border which was said to have been missing for several years has been recovered, officials said.
KATHMANDU, Sept 18: More than a thousands of Nepal-bound cargo trucks have remained stuck at the Nepal-China borders as the Chinese authorities are reluctant to allow cargo movement via the land routes.
KATHMANDU, APRIL 10: Tatopani Customs Office along Nepal-China border, which had remained closed for over two months, resumed operation on Wednesday with the import of first lot of healthcare materials from China.
GORKHA, Nov 4: Nepal Army, known for opening track at the toughest sites in the country has taken the responsibility of constructing the Benighat–Larke road track near the Nepal-China border. While the army is busy blasting rocks and leveling the track for further construction, children are also seen working alongside with their elder family members. They carry stones, clear the passage and dig the earth surface. Currently, the army is opening 118 kilometers of the total of 183 kilometers road section.
“It was 2039 BS. I was working for Nepal Police. I had to travel with my colleagues to Pachimnala. The trip was for official purposes. Our final destination was the Nepal-China border. A fight broke out with the locals of Sangekhola.
RASUWA, Oct 25: Rasuwagadhi Customs Office has surpassed revenue target for the first quarter of Fiscal Year 2018/19. The customs office along Nepal-China border collected Rs 2.32 billion between mid-July and mid-October. The collection is 3.87 percent higher than the targeted Rs 2.2 billion.