A district monitoring team inspecting an illegal crusher and sand processing industry in Dhading, on Wednesday. Inspection team at work not to allow illegal industries to operate DHADING: District Monitoring Committee, Dhading, has started inspecting sand refineries and stone crusher industries across the district to ensure that those businesses that had been running illegally were shut. The committee’s monitoring started yesterday after the district level monitoring and coordination committee decided to shut all crusher and sand refinery plants operating illegally in the district. As per a data, there are more than six dozen illegal crusher and sand refinery plants in Pida, Baireni and Gajuri alone. According to Dipakraj Nepal, coordinator of the committee, most of the plants that had been running earlier have shut their..
DHADING: Dhading district monitoring committee has decided to shut down more than 70 sand processing industries operating illegally and evading tax for years in the district. A meeting of the monitoring committee held today at Dhadingbesi took decided to this effect. As many as 73 sand processing industries are operating at Baireni, Pida and Gajuri VDCs. There are 34, 36 and three sand processing industries operating illegally at Baireni, Pida and Gajuri VDCs respectively, district monitoring committee coordinator and CDO Dipak Raj Nepal said. A member of the monitoring committee said the committee had decided to close down the sand processing industries as 43 proprietors were operating them without registration. Earlier, district cottage and small industry development committee had issued a directive to 36 crusher industries to pull down their shutters. HIMALAYAN..
DHADING: After seven hours of obstructed due to landslides, the Machhedikhola-Baireni road section along the Prithvi Highway has come into one-way operation this morning. The traffic, which was obstructed since 3 am as incessant rainfall triggered landslides. reopened at 10 am today. Hundreds of vehicles and passengers were stranded along the highway. According to the District Police Office, Dhading, the highway came into operation after police personnel with the help of excavator cleared off the mudslides. Locals informed that landslides fell from the sandmine operated above the road at Mahesh Dobhan of Baireni-9. By-The Himalayan..
KESHAV ADHIKARI DHADING: Floods triggered by torrential rainfall has claimed a person's life in Salyankot of the district on Tuesday. According to the District Police Office, Dhanding, Pitta Bahadur Kandel (64) of Salyankot-4 was swamped away by the swollen Ansu River yesterday afternoon. The incident took place while he was trying to cross the River. Police said that the incessant rain has also destroyed properties worth millions in Charange and the adjoining areas of the district on Tuesday. Similarly, normal life in Jyamarung, Tripureshwor and Katunje of the district has also been adversely affected following incessant rainfall since Monday. According to Dambar Adhikari, former Chairman of Jyamarung VDC, the river in water level in Charange River has destroyed hundreds of ropanis of cultivated land. Meanwhile, heavy rainfall..
DHADING: Dhading is emerging as an ideal location for setting up LPG bottling plants.With major highways running through the district, the district has turned into an attractive site for entrepreneurs to set up gas plants. The district is located on Prithvi Highway that links the Capital to the rest of the country.Twenty-five per cent of the 52 gas bottling plants in the country, is located in Dhading.There are a total of 13 such plants between Khanikhola of Naubise and Majhimtar of Jogimara.Of them, three are located at Naubise, two each at Takre, Bhumesthan and Benighat and one each at Dhusha, Baireni, Gajuri, and Jogimara.According to former chairperson of Gas Entrepreneurs’ Federation Hari Prasad Pathak, most of the gas produced in the district is supplied to Kathmandu.“As the Capital has high demand for LP gas, most entrepreneurs want to set up such plants in places..
Brazilian players react after they lost their 2014 World Cup third-place playoff against the Netherlands. BRASILIA, JUL 13 - Brazil ended their home World Cup to a cacophony of boos on Saturday as the defensive errors that crushed their bid for a sixth title resurfaced in a shoddy 3-0 loss to theNetherlands in the third-place playoff match. Central defenders Thiago Silva and David Luiz were guilty of early mistakes as the Dutch scored twice in 16 minutes, sparking fears of a repeat of the 7-1 humiliation suffered in their record World Cup loss to Germany in the semi-finals on Tuesday. That defeat was Brazil 's first competitive loss at home in 39 years and brought about calls for widespread changes, with coach Luiz Felipe Scolari greeted with heavy boos when his name was read out before the kickoff in Brasilia. Scolari made six changes to his team..
0 KATHMANDU, JUL 06 - The CPN-UML faction led by Madhav Kumar Nepal has rejected the party's decision to use Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) for the Central Committee (CC) election. The Nepal faction has expressed a serious reservation over the effort of the organising committee of the ongoing ninth UML National Congress to use the EVMs for election. Organising a separate press meet on Saturday, UML politburo member, Raghuji Pant, said that a large section of the party representatives are skeptical about the use of EVMs, and demanded the use of paper ballot for the election. Pant, a close aide to Nepal, claimed that there were technical problems with the EVMs and cannot generate the right results. "Our technical team has found various errors in those machines which has been has reported to the central committee," he said. Pant also claiming that elections..
Keshav Adhikari DHADING: Every year, a huge amount of fund is allocated for the Bhimdhunga-Lamidanda (Sitapaila-Galchhi) road but only a 45 kilometre stretch of the road has been completed in 28 years. Construction of the 52-km road had started as an alternative route to Naubise –Nagdhgunga road as monsoon rains damage the latter road every year and disrupt vehicular movement. With an aim to connect Sitapaila in Kathmandu with Galchhi in Dhading through Goganpani, Kewealpur, Jivanpur and Chhatredeurali, the road construction had started with support from the German Agency for Technical Cooperation around three decades ago. Till now, the fund allocated by GATC, DDC, and budget from the Parliament Development Fund have crossed over Rs 200 million mark, local UCPN-Maoist leader Ram Bahadur Acharya said. On the request of Dhading District Panchayat President Rajendra Pandey,..
KATHMANDU - A total of 25 foreign banks are interested to become strategic partner of Agricultural Development Bank. These banks from China and other countries have demanded 51 percent share ownership but the government has taken a decision to sell only 31 percent of its stake of 51 percent in the bank. Chief Executive Officer of the bank Tej Bahadur Budathoki revealed that the 25 banks, that are in contact of the consultant appointed by the Finance Ministry and the Asian Development Bank (ADB), have expressed interest to become strategic partner. The government is preparing to rope in a stragegic partner for the bank, and preparation of the due diligence audit (DDA) of the bank is in the final stage. “We will complete special audit within mid-July. Decision about how and in what capacity the partner should be brought will be taken after that,” he added. The bank stated that it..
Earlier in March‚ police had arrested Basnet and his friends in possession of illegal arms in Kathmandu. DHADING: A central leader of Nepal Students Union (NSU), student wing of the ruling Nepali Congress (NC), has been arrested on charge of poaching in Dhading. Shubharam Basnet, also the President of Free Students Union of the Kathmandu-based Shankar Dev Campus, was held with possession of a carcass of deer and a rifle from Thankre of the district yesterday. According to police, Basnet and five others were trying to smuggle the game on a SUV (Na 2 Cha 4057) to Kathmandu. A 22-magnum rifle and 19 bullets were also confiscated from the Pajero. The other arrestees include Harish Bhandari, Roshan Khadka and Raman Rai of Kathmandu, Chandra Gadaili of Dhanusha and Madan Thapa of Tanahun. Acting Chief of the District Forests Office Krishna Prasad Adhikari..
DHADING: At least two persons died while a container truck fell off a road in Jogimara of Dhading on Friday morning. According to police, one of the deceased is identified as Binod Sah Kalbar of Kalaiya, Bara district. He was driver of the ill-fated vehicle (Na 5 Kha 1741). Identity of the other deceased, who is said to be the driver's assistant, is yet to be ascertained. Police said the truck fell around 50 meter down the road along the Prithvi Highway at around 6:30 am today. The vehicle was heading to Chitwan from Kathmandu. Four persons had died in a separate accident in the district, yesterday. THT..
KESHAV ADHIKARI DHADING: Three persons, including two children, were killed and others five were injured when a truck met with an accident at Sylankot-1, the northern part of Dhading district today. The truck was heading to Sylankot village from Ganeshthan before it skidded off the mud road and fell some 200 meters down in the jungle. The deceased are Mina Nepali (60), her granddaughter Sundari Basyal (9) of Sylankot-4 and Rabindra Rana (1) of Sylankot-1. Injured all five passengers are being rushed to Dhadingbeshi, the headquarters of the..
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DHADING, MAY 08 - While many health institutions across the country are struggling to provide basic services to patients, a sub-health post in the district has managed to provide round-the-clock ambulance and maternity services to local people. The sub-health post at Salyankot-7 is the only rural health facility to provide such service in the district, according to the District Public Health Office (DPHO). “We have been able to provide 24-hour maternity service with assistance from the DPHO while the ambulance service has been operated at the initiative of local residents,” said Assistant Health Worker (AHW) Gyan Bahadur Dahal, incharge of the sub-health post. Presently, there are four health personnel at the sub-health post while arrangements have been made for a separate staffer to handle maternity cases. “We do our level best to provide health services to..
KATHMANDU, MAY 08 - The government has announced 72 newmunicipalities . A Cabinet meeting held at Singha Durbar on Thursday announced the new municipilities incluidng 41 declared earlier but unimplemented. The proposal was put forward by the Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development. With this announcement, the number of municipalities all over the country has reached to 130. However, the announcement of four proposed municipalities --Manthali of Ramechhap, Shankharapur of Kathmandu, Karya Binayak and Champapur of Lalitpur districts--could not take place due to criterion disputes. The government has formed a Municipal Area Determination and Recommendation Committee under Professor Keshav Nanda Giri to settle the disputes and recommend the VDCs that fulfill the infrastructural criteria to be a municipality. The..