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Pashupati trust removes concrete from Vishwarup temple site

Kathmandu, Feb. 12 -- After widespread criticism from conservationists, activists and locals, the Pashupati Area Development Trust has removed the concrete fill from the 12 pits that were dug for the ... Read More


Fire at warehouse guts property worth Rs 50million

Kathmandu, Feb. 11 -- A fire broke out at a warehouse in Bhaisapati-25, Lalitpur Metropolitan City on Monday, gutting property worth Rs50million, according to Metropolitan Police Range Lalitpur. Howev... Read More


A day in the life of "Hello Sarkar" officials

Kathmandu, Feb. 4 -- It's 9:30 in the morning. A room in a newly built prefabricated building in Singha Durbar is reverberating with constant ringing of the phones. "Hello, welcome to Hello Sarkar. H... Read More


China formally hands over Kalanki-Koteshwor road expansion project

Kathmandu, Jan. 29 -- The Chinese government officially handed over the 10.5 km Kalanki-Koteshwor road expansion project to Kathmandu Ring Road Improvement Project on Monday. Chinese Ambassador to Ne... Read More


From a sleepy town to a business hub

SANKHU, Jan. 28 -- It's three in the morning. Overnight, the temperature has dropped to five degrees. But the biting cold does not deter Tulsi Narayani Shrestha from heading out to an open market on t... Read More


KMC declares new far-fetched target

Kathmandu, Jan. 24 -- The Kathmandu Metropolitan City has come up with yet another ambitious plan to make Kathmandu a 'smart city': it now aims to construct 'smart public toilets' in the metropolis. ... Read More


City authority vows stern action against litterbugs

Kathmandu, Jan. 23 -- The Kathmandu Metropolitan City has announced that it will take strict action against those who litter the city's roads. "We are currently organising public awareness programmes... Read More


Pashupati road being operated against Supreme Court directive

Kathmandu, Jan. 22 -- The roadway alongside the Sleshmantak jungle-between Tilganga to Tamarganga-which falls under a Unesco world heritage site is currently functioning illegally, despite the Supreme... Read More


With 60 percent zebra crossings faded, pedestrians at risk of being run over

Kathmandu, Jan. 20 -- Kathmandu has become a precarious place for pedestrians, and crossing the road is one of the major problems. With 60 percent of the zebra crossings in Kathmandu Valley lying dis... Read More


452 ideas at urban technology challenge

Kathmandu, Jan. 19 -- The Smart Urban Technology Challenge-2018 has received 452 ideas from four different categories to identify and solve problems related to urban development in the metropolis. Th... Read More