Stories By 'Anup Ojha'
The Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers has decided to take initiatives to control the practice of haphazardly throwing used recharge cards and tobacco products’ packets on the roads as part of a fresh bid to beautify the city.
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Marking the World Heritage Day on Thursday, the Kathmandu Metropolitan City unveiled a master plan to link two world heritage sites—Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square and Swayambhunath Stupa which lies in 2.2km walking distance.
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Hundreds of service seekers at different transport offices across the country had to return home without getting any of their work done on Wednesday due to technical difficulties.
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The Kathmandu Metropolitan City is planning to unveil a master plan for a 2.2km heritage walk route connecting two world heritage sites—Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square and Swayambhunath.
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The Kathmandu Metropolitan City office introduced a new law last week to take action against drivers if they do not prioritise pedestrians but authorities say monitoring and implementing the law will be challenging and next to impossible until pedestrian amenities and road surface markings are upgraded.
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With the breathalysers going kaput, traffic cops, it appears, may have to go back to the old days to detect alcohol consumption: by smelling people’s mouths, which could--as it has before--invite public ridicule.
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