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  • Nepal Police installing CCTV cameras in 75 places

    Kathmandu,Dec 24: Annapurna Post reports that Nepal Police in collaboration with local government has put up to 75 CCTV cameras around the Kathmandu valley. There are plans to install even more.

    Government to clear legal hurdles buy weapons from US

    Kathmandu,Dec 24: The Kathmandu Post in its two-column story reports that the government is preparing to ‘clear’ legal hurdles procure assault rifles from the United States. The US has said it can only deliver the guns, necessary for Nepal’s peace-keeping operations under the aegis of the UN, if Kathmandu can pay up at one go. This, however, is against the national procurement law as it requires sums to be paid in three installments. The report says that the government is...

    NEA establishing 20 charging stations for evehicles

    Kathmandu,Dec 07: Supporting the government policy to increase the presence of electric vehicles in the country, the Nepal Electricity Authority has decided to establish 20 charging stations in various parts of the country, reports Abhiyan in its lead story. The Authority says it is currently searching for pieces of land to begin the construction works. Meanwhile, some private bus services are also planning to establish such stations, according to the report.

    Nepal, Bangladesh to form panels for energy cooperation

    Kathmandu,Dec 05: Abhiyan and Karobar report on their front pages that Nepal and Bangladesh have agreed to form two joint committees in order to identify new hydropower projects for investment and study the feasibility of cross-border transmission line. Both the countries have agreed to form the committees within next one month. Each panel includes three members from each side. A meeting of the officials held in Kathmandu made the decision.

    Parliament commissions team to study Nepal’s hydropower development

    Kathmandu, November 28 The Finance Committee in the House of Representatives has formed a team to carry out a study on various dimensions of hydropower development in Nepal. A meeting of the Committee on Wednesday decided to form the five-member panel. Ruling Nepal Communist Party’s Ghanashyam Bhusal leads the team. Other four members are Ram Kumari Jhankri, Ram Babu Kumar Yadav, Sarbat Aara Khanam Halwaini and Hari Raj Adhikari. The Committee has asked the team to submit its report...

    Kathmandu city installs 12 smart solar dustbins; more soon

    Kathmandu, November 27 The Kathmandu Metropolitan City recently installed 12 smart solar dustbins along Maitighar-Baneshwor road. The local government says more such dustbins will be installed in different parts of the city soon. The programme is launched under the Public-Private Partnership Division of the local government. In the next phase, the bins will be installed around Tundikhel and Ranipokhari, along New Road-Basantapur, Maitighar-Thapathali and Bhadrakali-Singhadarbar roads, according to the Division’s Director Mahesh Kaphle. The city government currently has around...

    Chinese company Vivo allotted land for manufacturing smartphones in north India

    NEW DELHI, Nov. 26 (Xinhua) — Chinese mobile manufacturing company Vivo has been allotted around 68 hectares of land in India’s northern state of Uttar Pradesh to expand its manufacturing capacity. The land approved by the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) is located in the state’s business township Greater Noida. Vivo currently has a rented manufacturing facility of about 20 hectares in the township, with a capacity of manufacturing 2.4 million mobile phones per year. Local media reports...

    Building and construction expo kicks off in Kathmandu

    Kathmandu, November 22 The Building and Construction Expo-2075 has begun in the Capital from Thursday with an objective of providing information related to building and construction at one place. The Youth Community for Nepalese Contractors (YCNC) has organised the expo, where all the information regarding materials needed for construction would be imparted, says YCNC Treasurer Raju Phunyal. Construction materials needed for constructing quake resistant buildings as well as cement, iron rod, furniture, tiles and pipes have been put on...

    Australian wine becoming more alcoholic due to global warming: experts

    CANBERRA, Nov. 22 (Xinhua) — The alcohol content of Australian wine is on the rise as a result of climate change, according to experts. Rob Geddes, one of Australia’s leading Masters of Wine (MW), said that grapes being grown for wine are being harvested earlier every year because of hotter, drier conditions, resulting in riper wines with higher alcohol content. “The climate change issue is one of sudden heat spikes as well as continuing heat and high temperatures and...

    Oldest hospital to get new surgery building

    Kathmandu, November 18 Nepal’s oldest hospital will son get a separate well-equipped building for surgery within the next two years. While a new building is being built next to the historic hospital, officials are also procuring equipment required to run the facility when it is completed. The new building is to have a post-operative ward; a 40-bed surgical ward; an Intensive Care Union (ICU); and a library. The new infrastructure will also be senior citizen and disabled-friendly.  The whole...

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