Stories Tagged 'Kathmandu'
The Kanti Highway—a nearly 90-km-long feeder road connecting Lalitpur, Satdobato to Buddha Chowk, Hetauda—which is currently undergoing upgradation works, is expected to be fully operational by October after missing its April deadline.
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Metal might deal with teenage angst, frustration and anger, but it often tends to do so in an extreme fashion. For instance, one of Ugra Karma’s earliest and most popular of records, Chandal Saitaan, hints at the band’s affection with themes of gore and serial killing:
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Kathmandu Metropolitan City has already started operating its five new broomer machines on the streets of the city, but it is clueless about how it should go about managing the dust it collects.
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With the restaurant in full-swing, tables full, it becomes evident who this restaurant targets. The prices would be prohibitive for many, singling out a kuire crowd, but a small handful of Nepalis do appear later in the evening.
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But things got better once I reached Jarsing Pauwa, which is 7 kms from Sankhu. From Jarsing Pauwa, the road narrowed and the vistas got more scenic. There were deep valleys, hills with vertigo-inducing terraced fields, and beautiful hillside cottages of all colours. From Chowki Bhanjyang to Bhotechaur, there were more hills and more terraced fields, which from afar looked like they had been stacked on top of each other.
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A bridge to fear

Mar 18 2019

A recent report published in this paper highlighted how over half a dozen overhead bridges in the Capital city are in dilapidated condition because of lack of effective maintenance. Most of these flyovers are in the Ratna Park area.
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