KATHMANDU, July 12: Ramesh Chhetri, 20, of Dailekh lost both his legs in the 2015 earthquake. He has been confined to a wheelchair ever since. While in wheelchair, he learnt to play basketball. Last week, however, he was deeply enjoying the live telecast of the world cup with a basketball on his hand.
KATHMANDU, July 10: Kathmandu Metropolitan City has initiated a public private partnership with adGuru, an advertising company that specializes in out of the box outdoor advertising solutions to install smart street signs throughout the Kathmandu valley.
KATHMANDU, June 19: With the onset of monsoon, Kathmandu’s pollution levels have fluctuated between government and World Health Organization set standards. Yet, with road expansion and construction at slow pace, residents of Kathmandu choke with the dust when the sun shines.
Investment Board finalizes a much-awaited agreement with Finnish joint venture for the management of the municipal solid waste. Each household will have to pay Rs 219 per month as waste collection service fees.
KATHMANDU, Nov 13: The capital city of a country exercises a primary status as it seats the central government and drives the entire nation. Hence, it is vital for the capital of any country to look and feel developed in comparison to other parts of the territory.
KATHMANDU, Oct 31: It is said “We are what we eat”, may be that is why we Nepalis prefer hot and spicy food. Kathmandu is a melting pot of different cultures and traditions that bring along various cuisines from each corner of the country and abroad. With Newar population in majority, spicy choila and sour aalu tama are some relished snacks here.
KATHMANDU, Sept 7: One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. For German artist Lena Koester, Kathmandu’s everyday trash is her inspiration for her upcoming art exhibition ‘You are the Observer’ that will be hosted from September 9 to September 13 at ARTUDIO, Center for Visual Arts in Swoyambhu.