An interaction program on the topic of ‘Nepal-China Economic Co-operation Forum: Prospects of Investment in Nepal’s Energy Sector’ was held in Beijing today at the aegis of the Embassy of Nepal, in collaboration with China Association for International Economic Co-operation.
The reconstruction of the historical Rani Pokhari damaged by the earthquake of April, 2015, three years ago, will further delay, thanks to various reasons. The Kathmandu Metropolitan City, the authorized authority to undertake the reconstruction, had called the bidding for the project second time.
The construction work of the 42 MW capacity Mistrikhola hydel project has been obstructed by the local residents of Narchyang in Annapurna rural municipality-4.
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau have signed an agreement on establishing a bilateral consultation mechanism between Nepal and Canada.
The Lower Modi Hydropower Project located in Parbat district is expected to generate hydroelectricity within a month, the project officials confirmed. The project with the capacity of 20 megawatt was scheduled to generate power in the last fiscal year but it got delayed due to locals' obstruction, natural disasters and other causes.
The Nepalese Army has urged one and all not to doubt on the completion of the Kathmandu-Tarai/Madhes Fast-track Project, a project of national pride and strategic importance, in the stipulated time.
Chairperson of Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said the enforcement of the protocol of the transport and transit agreement reached between Nepal and China was discussed from various dimensions during his visit to the northern neighbour.
A South Korean Consultancy Company has been selected to prepare the Detailed Project Report (DPR) of the Kathmandu-Terai Madhesh Fast-Track project, a mega project of national pride and strategic importance.
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.