LEKHNATH, July 22: Tourism entrepreneurs have become active to remove water hyacinth after Phewa Lake turned ugly due to water hyacinth.

POKHARA, Feb 16: A demarcation committee has prepared a report stating that the new area of Fewa Lake is 5.72 square kilometers (11,255 ropanis).

KATHMANDU, Dec 29: Yeti Holdings, which secured leases and a lease extension for prime properties belonging to the Nepal Trust such as Gokarna Forest Resort and land on Durbarmarg and in Kalimati at bargain-basement rates, has initiated quiet political maneuverings to secure a lease on yet another prime property belonging to the Trust, in Pokhara.

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POKHARA, Jan 28: The Pokhara Metropolitan City (PMC) has started cleaning the periphery of the Fewa Lake to keep it clean. It also extracted debris produced the Bangladi River. After cleaning the Bangladi River, the PMC will also clean the Firke River and other sources that pollute the Fewa Lake, according to Ganga Lal Subedi, information officer at the metropolis.

Stunning tourism destination, Pokhara, is not just the capital of Gandaki Province. It is also a commercial hub for adventure tourism and activities like paragliding. Every year, an avalanche of international tourist enjoys the surreal feeling of paragliding from Sarangkot Hill of Pokhara. Tourist can fly for several minutes enjoying the majestic view of Machhapuchhre Mountain Range and the Phewa Lake.

KATHMANDU, Nov 22: The Supreme Court has ordered the government to fortify the shrinking Phewa Lake within six months.

POKHARA, Nov 15: After extensive efforts by various organizations to conserve water sources of Phewa Lake turned futile, locals of Pokhara metropolis have joined hands in the same endeavor to preserve the lake that has become their identity.