Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Ishwar Pokharel has stressed on the need of carrying out works regarding the construction of the Kathmandu-Tarai Madhesh Fast-track within the deadline, describing this project as the bedrock of the country's development.
Various factures and figures documented by the National Planning Commission (NPC) here today shows that achieving the development agenda would be challenging in lack of adequate investment from both government and private sector.
The first meeting of the joint steering committee formed for energy cooperation between Nepal and China is scheduled to take place in Kathmandu on September 27-28.
A higher level of electricity trade between Nepal and India has begun with the operations of the high-voltage Dhalkebar Substation in southern Nepal, as part of a World Bank project to promote exchanges of electricity between the two neighbors.
After twenty-two years of the existence of Nepal India Integrated Mahakali Treaty, finally the Indian side has taken the lead to construct the main canal of Mahakali Irrigation Project under the Treaty.
The Investment Board of Nepal (IBN) and the CW Investment under the Chinese Three Gorges held talks on forging agreement on beginning the West Seti hydropower project.
The Nineteenth Session of the BIMSTEC Senior Officials’ Meeting successfully concluded today, considering the report of the Secretary General and reviewing the progress made under different agreed areas of cooperation under the BIMSTEC.
A fleet of 17 new high-tech, low-emission buses to help reduce congestion and pollution in the capital city of Kathmandu has been rolled out as part of a project funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Finance Minister Dr. Yuba Raj Khatiwada has underscored the need of more cooperation from various sectors for Nepal's graduation to a developed country status from the least-developed country status by 2022.