JAJARKOT, Dec 3: Although the locals have been demanding construction of a suspension bridge over Seureni river located at Junichande rural municipality for the past 15 years, the government agencies concerned have failed to show interest to meet locals’ demand.
TANAHUN, June 14: The construction of a suspension bridge over the Sanghe Stream in Tanahun has neared completion. The bridge that connects Byas Municipality-7 and Myagde Rural Municipality-6 in the district is likely to be readied by the end of June. The cost of the project is Rs 4.3 million.
KATHMANDU, March 28: Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation, Pampha Bhusal inaugurated a suspension bridge that establishes an easy link between Karyabinayak and Machhindra Bahal at Lalitpur Metropolis-22 today.
DHARCHULA, April 1: A Nepali migrant worker died after falling from a suspension bridge along the Nepal-India border in Darchula as he was on the way back to home from India after India announced a nationwide lockdown against the coronavirus pandemic. The deceased has been identified as Agabar Singh Thagunna, 42, of Marma rural municipality-2 in Darchula.
Badagaon-Kaiya Suspension bridge is situated at Parbat district. It is Nepal's one of the tallest suspension bridges located at the height of 156m above ground and has 347m length.These days domestic tourists are also attracted to this place.
DARCHULA, June 16: The suspension bridge that links Nepal to India in Darchula is to be closed for four days for maintenance. The bridge will be out of service from June 16 to 19, according to Chief District Officer Shanker Bahadur Bista.
DARCHULA, May 22: Residents of Darchula villages bordering Mahakali River continue to use tyre tubes to cross the river even though a suspension bridge over the river was completed six months ago. The suspension bridge that connects Nepal and India and is situated in Lekam Rural Municipality – 3 of the district is yet to come into operation.
HUMLA, March 27: Humla residents continue to risk life while crossing rivers in lack of safer bridges. They still depend on risky tuins (a makeshift cable crossing) to cross rivers and reach their destinations.
GALKOT, March 23: Chairman of the National Assembly Ganesh Prasad Timilsina has said marketization of local products through entrepreneurship would help boost the economy, and the economy finally contributes to prosperity.