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Friday, November 22, 2019

Aussie scientists find a profitable way to recycle plastic waste

Sydney : Although plastic is a strong, cheap and hygienic material, its durability presents major problems when it comes to the environment. Unable to...

KMC to be declared beggar-free metropolis

Kathmandu : The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has decided to declare itself as the 'Beggar-free Metropolitan City'. This declaration would be made on December...

ADB-Nepal conduct joint review of projects

Kathmandu : The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of Nepal today conducted a tripartite portfolio review meeting of ADB-supported projects in the...

Construction of public toilet to gain pace

Kathmandu : The government has planned to speed up the construction of public toilets to move towards full sanitation. The plan has come at...

CC cameras installed in alpine meadows to monitor wildlife

Dolpa : CC cameras have been installed at various alpine meadows in the district for wildlife conservation and census. Dolpa is the largest district...

‘Transformational benefits’ of ending outdoor defecation: Why toilets matter

Ending the practice of defecating in the open, rather than in a toilet, will have “transformational benefits” for some of the world’s most vulnerable...

Private forest becoming good source of income

Hetauda : Locals have expanded sources of income by developing their uncultivated land as private forest.. It has gained momentum in Hetauda with the...

Upper Trishuli 3 ‘A’ Hydroelectricity Project sees light of day after a decade

kathmandu : The Upper Trishuli 3 'A' Hydroelectricity Project has come online after a decade, after its formal inauguration today. Prime Minister KP Sharma...

PM inaugurates Upper Trishuli 3 ‘A’ Hydroelectricity Project Expresses concern over growing tendency to...

Kathmandu : Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has expressed concern over 'the practice of seeking undue compensation' in the works of development and construction....

17 deep tubewells worth over Rs 30 million constructed in Bara, Parsa

Hetauda : The Division Office of Water Resources and Irrigation Development in Parsa district has constructed altogether 17 deep tubewells at the cost of...