KATHMANDU, Dec 21: Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA)’s plan of laying underground electricity cables on the main roads of the Kathmandu Valley has become challenging. Due to the lack of necessary coordination between the NEA and the Department of Roads, the extension of the underground electric lines has become more problematic.
KATHMANDU, Oct 29: The first phase of underground laying of electricity wires, which was targeted to be completed in two and a half years in Kathmandu, has witnessed a progress of only 40 percent in 20 months.
India, the world’s largest groundwater user, is seeing levels declining across the country with farmers in Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan facing the prospect of having no groundwater left for irrigation by 2025.
#Underground is all about exploring different musicians and their journeys in the field of music. In this episode, MyCity features Sunil Maharjan, one of the founding members and guitarist of the metal band Dead Mariners.
KATHMANDU, Aug 5: The construction of the first-ever underground electricity transmission line of the country has completed its 48 percent work. One thousand three hundred nine meters long underground line is to be made at Matatirtha under Trishuli-Kathmandu 220 KV double circuit transmission line.
KATHMANDU, July 2: The city denizens are likely to see a change as the authorities are planning to lay underground wire system after a detailed study. The city is seeking Rs 5.5 billion loan from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to make this project happen.