KATHMANDU, April 25: The government has reduced the budget ceiling heavily for the projects related to physical infrastructure for the upcoming fiscal year.

POKHARA, November 17: The sacked Minister for Physical Infrastructure, Urban Development and Transport Management of Gandaki Province, Kumar Khadka, has warned of exposing the wrongdoings of Chief Minister Krishna Chandra Nepali Pokharel by making public his sensational audio. Two days after his dismissal, Khadka held a press conference and said that he would reveal the audio clip involving the chief minister to the public.

KATHMANDU, July 18: The Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport, which has the main responsibility for advancing the developmental projects in the country, has spent only 53 percent of its allocated budget on capital expenditures in the previous fiscal year 2021/22. This is the lowest in the last 6 years. Additionally, the ministry’s expenditure is less this year than that seen during the COVID-19 pandemic.

KATHMANDU, Aug 7: Deliberation on the issues of public importance on constructing tourism-related physical infrastructure reflecting unique Nepali architecture presented by parliamentarian Dr Bimala Poudel has begun in today's meeting of the National Assembly.