KATHMANDU, Aug 13: The iconic administrative center, the Singha Durbar complex, is poised for a comprehensive makeover with an anticipated investment of approximately Rs 10 billion. This endeavor aims to restore the historical significance of the site by incorporating five meticulously designed ponds that pay homage to Nepal's rich culture and heritage.
SINDHUPALCHOWK, July 13: Once vibrant with the high mobility of people, the Tatopani bazaar, a northern transit of Nepal with China, now wears a deserted look as there are dilapidated and empty commercial and office buildings, worn out hoardings and signboards, and shabby roads.
KATHMANDU, Feb 28: The reconstruction of the dilapidated temple of Lord Brahma in the Pashupati area has started. Brahma is the Hindu god of creation and is credited with creating the universe and life.
MYAGDI, June 18: The historic fort house at Beni Municipality-8 of Myagdi has been reconstructed. The fort was built in the 16th century in Beni, the winter capital of the then Parbat kingdom, during the reign of Malla kings.
Kathmandu, June 14: A helipad is set to be constructed in the major administrative center of the country, Singha Durbar. According to the Singha Durbar Secretariat Reconstruction Committee, it has been proposed to construct a helipad on the Singha Durbar premises to be used for special guests in case of emergency and if necessary.
KATHMANDU, March 5: The reconstruction of the house of Asanbhalu Ajima (Goddess Annapurna) at Bhotahiti in Kathmandu Metropolitan City-27 has begun. The Metropolis Mayor Bidya Sundar Shakya laid the foundation stone for the reconstruction work amid a function here on Friday.
KATHMANDU, Nov 15: Instead of rebuilding the much-talked-about Melamchi Drinking Water Project, which was damaged by the floods and landslides a few months ago, the government has put forward two new options. This has created confusion whether the project will be repaired anytime soon.
KATHMANDU, Nov 15: The Embassy of India in Nepal in association with National Reconstruction Authority (NRA), UNDP and UNOPS organized an event in Kathmandu on Monday to mark the successful completion of Government of India- funded reconstruction of 50,000 houses in Gorkha and Nuwakot districts of Nepal.
KATHMANDU, Sept 11: The country's oldest campus, Trichandra College, and its clock tower (Ghanta Ghar) are set to be reconstructed while maintaining their original style to reflect their historical significance. Finance Minister Janardan Sharma has announced plans to renovate Trichandra College and Ghantaghar through the revised budget for fiscal year 2021/22 under the bill to replace the financial ordinances presented in parliament on Friday.
KATHMANDU, April 24: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Saturday inaugurated the recently reconstructed Dharahara tower amid an event held on the premises of the historical heritage in Sundhara, Kathmandu.
KATHMANDU, Feb 15: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has inaugurated the three facades of Singha Durbar following the restoration of the structures. The post-earthquake rebuild project was completed recently. Singha Durbar which serves as the main administrative hub was damaged by the 2015 April earthquake.
KATHMANDU, Jan 28: The Government of Japan has officially handed over the BP Highway to Nepal after completing the reconstruction of the road segment which was damaged by the earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25, 2015.
KATHMANDU, Dec 24: The reconstruction of the historic monument, Dharahara, in the federal capital has witnessed the completion of RCC construction of 20 of the 24 stories including two underground floors.
KATHMANDU, Nov 26: Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Yogesh Kumar Bhattarai has claimed that the earthquake-damaged cultural and religious heritages would be reconstructed within two years.
KATHMANDU, July 7: The National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) had targeted completing the reconstruction of the earthquake-demolished Dharahara tower by October this year. However, due to the nationwide lockdown enforced on March 24, the reconstruction is sure to miss its completion deadline.
KATHMANDU, July 3: The reconstruction of the Malla-era Rani Pokhari (Queen's pond) which was heavily damaged by the 2015 mega earthquakes has reached the final stage as the works are on even at the time of lockdown enforced to contain the spread of novel coronavirus disease in the country.
RASUWA, Feb 19: Pemba Tamang's house was badly hit by the devastating earthquake of 2015 and the powerful aftershocks. Just like any other quake victim, he was sure that he would get government support to rebuild his house. However, his dream to shift to a safe house has not been fulfilled yet. With his family, he is living in the same quake-damaged house that can collapse anytime.
KATHMANDU, Feb 7: The World Bank has approved an additional credit of US$ 200 million, approximately Rs 22.82 billion, for the implementation of the Earthquake Housing Reconstruction Project (EHRP) in Nepal.
DHADING, Feb 5: The earthquake in 2015 destroyed private homes, schools, hospitals and government buildings. Nearly five years on, post-quake reconstruction has picked up pace and government buildings are once again rising in the district headquarters and millions of rupees has been spent for that. However, the service-seekers are rarely found in these big government buildings.
SINDHULI, Jan 22: It has been 56 months since the devastating earthquake of 7.8 magnitude hit the country in 2015. In Sindhuli, not more than 55 percent of reconstruction works have completed, as per the data of the National Reconstruction Authority.
Kathmandu, Jan 16: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has appealed to all for the preparedness in view of the natural disaster like earthquake. In a message given on the occasion of the 22nd National Earthquake Safety Day today, PM Oli wished the Earthquake Safety Day inspired everyone to be able to cope up the disasters.
SINDHUPALCHOWK, Jan 9: The earthquake-ravaged Ratna Rajya Secondary School of Sindhupalchowk has got three newly-built blocks and other infrastructures worth Rs 1 billion with the financial support from the Chinese government. The light maroon buildings with a total of 137 rooms set up against the backdrop of scenic mountains to the north make the school arguably the “costliest ” community school in the country. To the south of the school flows Bhramayani River. The new look of the school has left teachers and students awestruck.
The progress, or lack thereof, of the post-earthquake reconstruction has remained the major concern among Nepali people in the last four years since the devastating earthquakes in 2015 killed thousands of people and destroyed hundreds of thousands of houses and other infrastructure. The first two years saw slow progress.
The National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) is marking its fourth anniversary tomorrow. It is said the Authority set up after the April 2015 Gorkha Earthquake has completed 83 percent of the reconstruction works related to the private houses and other sectors, and the remaining work is ongoing in an expeditious manner.
KATHMANDU, Dec 26: The National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) on Thursday said that there has been 83% progress made in the post-earthquake reconstruction of private housing, schools, government buildings, health institutions and cultural heritages during four years of its establishment.
RASUWA, Dec 10: The inability of the authorities to demolish the building of Navavijayai Mahendra Secondary School, which was hit by the earthquake of 2015, has deprived the school of a new school building. As a result, classes are being run in a building with dilapidated and vulnerable rooms where the authorities have pasted red stickers.
KATHMANDU, Oct 19: A mission of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has expressed concern over the reconstruction progress of the heritage sites damaged by 2015 earthquake in Nepal.