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Mid-hill Highway develops cracks, halting vehicular movement in Jajarkot

Constructed just five years ago, the Mid-hill Highway has potholes and developed cracks along the Jajarkot section. Use of substandard construction materials and landslides are blamed for the pathetic situation of the road. Millions of rupees have been spent on the road construction, but it lacks quality resulting in the damage, said local resident Atal Acharya. Denied transportation, the lo...


NC unveils five-year road map for development

he Nepali Congress ( NC) has unveiled a five-year roadmap for the countrys socio-economic development. The roadmap presented on the eve of the second phase of the elections to the House of Representatives and Province Assemblies has set the target of completing the under-construction projects of national pride and those in the implementation phase within the next five years. The plan focus...


Deuba: "Communists trying to impose authoritarian rule"

Addressing a rally organised by his party Nepali Congress in Myanglung on Monday, Deuba said the left alliance of the CPN-UML and the CPN (Maoist Centre) was a threat to loktantra. NC President Deuba also claimed that people would be denied freedom of expression and movement if the communists ruled the country. Unity among the democratic forces is a must in the present context to safeguard the con...


Timbu Pokhari drawing more tourists
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Timbu Pokhari drawing more tourists

Timbu Pokhari, the famous touristic destination in eastern Nepal, attracts thousands of trekkers annually. There has been a significant increase in the number of tourists visiting the place, of late. The place also holds a high religious significance. A beautiful pond on the lap of the Himalayas that lies on the border of Taplejung and Panchthar districts is grabbing staggering number of t...


PM vows to bring Kimathangka-Biratnagar road into operation within 2 years

KATHMANDU: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that the Kimathangka-Biratnagar road would be brought into operation within two years. At an interaction organised by the Kimathangka-Biratnagar Transport and Development Concern Committee at the official residence of the Prime Minister in Baluwatar today, Prime Minister Oli expressed his commitment before peoples representatives and stakeholders...


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