KATHMANDU, June 5: Around 99 percent of the installation of petroleum pipeline along the Motihari-Amlekhgunj has been completed. Petroleum products from India will be imported to Nepal via around 78-kilometers pipeline under this Project which remains as the first cross-border project in entire South Asia.
TANAHUN, Dec 18: After failing to catch the man-eater leopard despite intense search for three weeks, the District Forest Office (DFO) of Tanahun has installed foot-hold traps in probable areas of community forest in Bhanu Municipality where they suspect the leopard might be caught.
POKHARA, July 9: District Police Office (DPO), Kaski has urged the government to support installing traffic lights in Pokhara for proper traffic management. The office claimed that lack of traffic lights have created difficulties in managing nearly 150,000 vehicles in the city.
KATHMANDU, Dec 27: The Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) to continue with the construction of basic physical infrastructures including the installation of towers in various districts of the country.
CHAUTARA, August 3: Construction of a Bailey bridge has begun over Bhote Koshi River along the Araniko Highway in Larcha, in the district. A motorable bridge at the site collapsed on Sunday due to a landslide triggered by the incessant rain, blocking the only highway to Tatopani, the major transit point with China.
KATHMANDU: Gallery MCUBE hosted the ‘Artist in Residence Seventh Season Exhibition’ on June 23 in Mitra Road, Patan Dhoka. The exhibition featured the works of four national as well as international senior artists in an open theme. Artists C.C. Chang and Chen Siao Chi from Taiwan along with Kapil Mani Dixit and Jupiter Pradhan from Nepal worked exclusively for exhibition.
BEIRUT, April 27: Syrian state media blamed Israel on Thursday for an early morning missile attack on a military installation near the Damascus International Airport that shook the capital from the force of the blasts.
KATHMANDU, Jan 10: The Melamchi Water Supply Project has intensified the installation of water pipes in the Kathmandu Valley as the government targets to supply water fetched from the Sindhupalchwok-based Melamchi River to the capital denizens by the upcoming Dashain festival (October-September).