सिंगापुर- नेपालको पासपोर्ट विश्वकै ९८ औं शक्तिशाली बरियतामा परेको छ । हेन्ली पासपोर्ट इन्डेक्सले सार्वजनिक गरेको सूची अनुसार नेपालले ९८ औं स्थान हासिल गरेको हो । विश्वकै शक्तिशाली पासपोर्टमा यो वर्ष जापान, सिंगापुर र दक्षिण कोरियाको पासपोर्ट संयुक्त रुपमा परेको नयाँ विश्वव्यापी वरियताले देखाएको छ । सिंगापुर र दक्षिण कोरियाको..
KESHAV ADHIKARI Newly constructed OPD building of Dhading District Hospital. Photo: Keshav Adhikari DHADING: Dhading District Hospital has begun Out Patient Department (OPD) services from a new building five months after it was handed over to the hospital, post construction. OPD services was started from the new building from Sunday, March 18 at the district hospital. The building, which was constructed at a cost of Rs 45.04 million was handed over to the hospital management committee on October 29, 2018. The construction was carried out by Himalayan Health Care Nepal with the financial support of Americares Foundation. Dhading Hospital had been providing OPD services from a temporary structure after its old OPD building was damaged in the earthquake of April 2015. The new building has been furnished with modern health equipment and furniture, according to..
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A herd of cattle held by police post, at Nalang Baireni of Dhading district, on Tuesday, November 20, 2018. Conveyance of herds of cattle to the northern region of the district has increased of late. Photo: Keshav Adhikari KESHAV ADHIKARI DHADING: Police in Dhading district have heightened the scrutiny as the conveying of cows and oxen to the northern highland have increased of late. Dhading District Police Office (DPO) has heightened the inspection in the area since racketeers have actively been conveying the cattle brought from the district’s southern region and neighbouring Makawanpur, Gorkha, Nuwakot and Chitwan districts. According to Superintendent of Police (SP) Dambar BK at the DPO, security personnel in civvies have been mobilised in various routes including Dhadingbesi, the district headquarters, to check the transferring of cattle. At least 20 to 25 cows and..
A view of Shree Maya Gas Udhyog Pvt Ltd at Bishaltar, in Benighat Rorang Municipality of Dhading district, on Thursday, November 22, 2018. Photo: Keshav Adhikari KESHAV ADHIKARI DHADING(November 22, 2018): People in Dhading district have been living in fear for their lives due to careless operation of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) industries, inattentive to safety measures. The LPG industries established in areas along the Prithvi Highway near the capital and main cities in the district have posed threat to human settlements. Currently, there are 19 LPG industries in operation along the highway from Khanikhola of Dhunibesi Municipality to Majhitar of Benighat Rorang Rural Municipality in the district. Few more LPG industries are being established in the area. The increasing number of industries has imposed challenges. Local residents have demanded Dhading..
KESHAV ADHIKARI An under-construction bridge meant to connect Nuwakot and Dhading district at Trishuli River. Photo: Dhading News DHADING: Construction of a motor-able bridge designed to connect Dhading and Nuwakot districts at Trishuli River is yet to conclude, five years since its inception. The Road Division Office, Bharatpur had awarded the construction contract of Rs150 million to a joint venture of Sapana Himdung and Thokar Construction Company and Nagarjuna Construction Company in 2014. As per the agreements, construction of the bridge should have been completed by 2016/17. However, contractors are throwing excuses to delay the project, said Chief of Dhading District Co-ordination Committee, Jagannath Nepal. According to locals, construction delays have compounded logistical challenges in hauling materials required to reconstruct houses and facilities..
KESHAV ADHIKARI Dhading, November 13- The Chepang Community of Benighat Rural Municipality in Dhading hasn’t received the government grant even though it was in the list of beneficiaries due to lack of landownership certificates. Sixty-nine households from Palark and Bangkurti villages of the rural municipality could not receive the government grant for reconstruction of houses. Purna Bahadur Chepang, a local, said a team of technicians deployed from the National Reconstruction Authority did not make a grant agreement even though the team had inspected houses destroyed by the 2015 earthquake. “The problem was not solved even though I visited the ward and rural municipality offices time and again,” he added. Chepangs of these two villages did not have land ownership certificates. The land at Palark and Bangkurti was surveyed under ward no 4 in Lothar Kandrang..
KESHAV ADHIKARI Vehicles navigate through a rubber speed breaker installed at Ghat Besi in Gajuri rural municipality along Prithvi Highway. DHADING: In a bid to curb road fatalities at the main entry route to Kathmandu, Prithvi Highway, authorities from Department of Roads have set up rubber speed breakers along accident prone areas in the road. The highway which serves as a major entry point to Kathmandu from 67 districts in the country witnesses road-traffic deaths almost every day. Although various measures have been put in place to reduce the number of accidents, none have been proven to reduce road mishaps so far. In this backdrop, the authorities have installed rubber speed breakers for the first time along the highway. According to department technicians, rubber breakers would bring down probability of accidents as automobile drivers would be forced..
KESHAV ADHIKARI Two arrested in possession of marijuana Two teen girls arrested for their alleged involvement in peddling illegal drugs Bed Bahadur Sarki and Thakur Ram Praja of Ruding area in Benighat Rorang Rural Municipality-4 with sacks of marijuana, in Dhading. Police arrested the duo through a campaign launched to control drugs peddling. Photo: Keshav Adhikari/Dhading News DHADING: Police in Dhading district, on Friday, reportedly arrested two persons in possession of illegal marijuana. Police in the district have launched a campaign to control illegal drugs by making the rounds of villages. The arrested have been identified as Bed Bahadur Sarki and Thakur Ram Praja of Ruding area in Benighat Rorang Rural Municipality-4. Acting on a tip-off police raided the residence of Sarki and Praja and..
Budhigandaki River where the Budhigandaki Hydropower Project will be carried out. Photo Courtsey: Nepal Government BHPDC Kathmandu, September 23 - Nearly a year after the Sher Bahadur Deuba-led government scrapped the contract with China Gezhouba Group Company Ltd for the construction of the 1,200-megawatt Budhigandaki hydropower project, a national pride project, a Cabinet meeting on Friday decided to award the contract for the project to CGGCL again. The Deuba-led government had rescinded the contract with CGGCL on November 13, stating that the bidding process was not competitive and the deal lacked transparency and flouted the Public Procurement Act requirements. Earlier, the Pushpa Kamal Dahal-led government had awarded the contract to construct the Budhigandaki project to CGGCL on May 15, 2017, nine days before he was to resign from the PM’s..
KESHAV ADHIKARI An undated image of Lamichhane’s passport with mistyped nationality and place of birth. Photo: Keshav Adhikari/Dhadingnews DHADING: The Department of Passport made a serious error while issuing passport to a Nepali woman referring her as a Tibetan national in her passport. Permanent resident of Dhading, Gajuri Municipality-1, MuktiKala Lamichanne was issued a passport not only with a mistyped nationality, but also with wrong address, her name and residence. The erroneous passport issued by the department under Ministry of Foreign Affairs reads her name as MuktiKala in the first page and Mokti Kala on the next. Moreover, her address has been mistyped as Gajuri, Doti instead of Gajuri, Dhading. Doti district falls in Province 7 while Dhading is a neighbouring district to the capital in Province 3. Lamichhane who has a master’s..
A view of a landslide that obstructed vehicular movement along the Aadamghat-Kiranchowk road section in Gajuri Rural Municipality, Dhading, on Sunday, August 12, 2018. Photo: Dhadingnews.com Dhading, August 13 - Transportation service has been obstructed for the past three weeks due to the landslide that occurred along the Adamghat-Kiranchowk road section at Ramche of Gajuri Rural Municipality in Dhading. Locals are facing problems due to landslide debris that has yet to be cleared from the road. Ward No 6 Chair Arjun Bhujel of Gajuri Rural Municipality said clearing the debris had been difficult due to continuous downpour. “The road will be cleared after the rains stop,” he added. The locals of Gajuri Rural Municipality and Galchhi Rural Municipality have been at the receiving end due to halted transport service. The price of daily essentials, including..
KESHAV ADHIKARI A coffee plant ripe with beans pictured at the farm of Himalayan On-Top Organic Coffee Estate Pvt Ltd in Dhading. Photo: Keshav Adhikari DHADING: Merely seven years ago, Chaturmai Hill in Siddhalek Rural Municipality-2, Dhading was covered with Wall ex Hook (Gleichenia gigantea) and wild mint plant commonly known as Rudilo; in absence of nearby drinking water sources and irrigation facilities, building a settlement or farms seemed an insurmountable challenge to the locals. Yet today, as one travels by the region, the transformation which the hill has undergone is conspicuous. Chaturmai now has become well known among the locals and tourists as the Coffee Hill after Tourism Entrepreneur Dinnath Regmi face-lifted the wild wasteland with an estate with 52,000 coffee plants and a resort operated by Himalayan On-Top Organic Coffee Estate Pvt..
[caption id="attachment_31550" align="alignnone" width="800"] An elderly chepang woman grinding maize at a traditional stone grinder at Brussbang village in Dhading district. Photo: Dhadingnews.com[/caption] KESHAV ADHIKARI DHADING: For the first time, a high level team from the district has reached a remote Chepang settlement in Brussbang for a field visit, in Dhading district . The team, comprising District Coordination Committee Chief Jagannath Nepal, Chief District Officer Shyam Prasad Bhandari and other high level officials from the district, held meeting with the Chepang community. After returning to Dhadingbesi, district headquarters the team recommended to relocate Brussbang Chepang Community to safe place in the district citing plummeting temperature in the mountains. One of the locals, Phul Maya Chepang shared during an interaction with the team,..
KESHAV ADHIKARI Relatives visit their loved ones as they prepare to depart for various foreign countries, at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, on Wednesday, November 9, 2016. Photo: RSS [caption id="attachment_31401" align="alignnone" width="768"] Relatives visit their loved ones as they prepare to depart for various foreign countries, at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, on Wednesday, November 9, 2016. Photo: RSS[/caption] DHADING: At least 46 persons from Dhading districts who have gone to foreign countries for employment have still been reported missing. According to the Save Migration Project run by Chandrajyoti Unified Rural Development Society Dhading under Information and Counseling Centre, reported most of them were said to be missing in Malaysia. Most of them dreamt of earning handsomely in abroad..