Water supply stalled in Birendranagar due to spring floods

Water supply stalled in Birendranagar due to spring floods

October 21, Surkhet. Due to incessant rains, the water supply in the Birendranagar valley has been cut off due to landslides in the springs. Water supply in Virendranagar valley was cut off from 2 pm on Thursday after landslides occurred in Juparkhola, Kharikhora and Borikhol mouths. Surkhet Valley Drinking Water Consumer Organization, which is distributing … Read more

Use of alternative energy in Tansen’s water supply

Use of alternative energy in Tansen's water supply

29 July, Rampur. Solar panels have been installed in the drinking water of Tansen. To reduce the electricity bill, 15 kW capacity solar panels have been installed in four number of pumps. Provincial Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Minister Bir Bahadur Rana said that since the billing for drinking water brought to Tansen is high, … Read more

The first decision of Gandaki province was to be completed in 2 years

The first decision of Gandaki province was to be completed in 2 years

July 16, puddle. In the first meeting of the Gandaki Province Council of Ministers held on February 4, 2074, it was decided to provide drinking water to all households within two years. Along with this, another first decision of the government was to declare Ujjwal province within two years. The first decision of the Prithvisubba-led … Read more

Drinking water crisis is increasing in the northern region of Mahottari

Drinking water crisis is increasing in the northern region of Mahottari

March 24, Mahottari. While the noise of local level elections is increasing in the country, people in the northern region of Mahottari are troubled by the shortage of drinking water. With the end of the month of Chait, the drinking water crisis has increased in the northern part of the district. Drinking water crisis has … Read more

‘One house, one stream’ in 53 houses

Due to low budget allocation, it is difficult to complete the drinking water project on time.

March 26, Kavre. The streams have been distributed to the residents of Ghabring and Balkhop of Mahabharat Village Municipality-6 of Kavrepalanchok. With the special grant of the Bagmati State Government for the financial year 2077/078 BS and village participation budget, 380 residents of Bagmati have been able to consume drinking water by distributing ‘one house, … Read more

The ruling coalition panel won the election of Butwal’s drinking water company

The ruling coalition panel won the election of Butwal's drinking water company

22 Phagun, Butwal. Claiming its stronghold, UML has won the election of Drinking Water and Sanitation Consumer Organization in Butwal. A panel of Nepali Congress led by a group close to the Maoist Centre, CPN (Unified Socialist), CPN (Unified Socialist), Biplav-led CPN (Maoist) and Bamdev Gautam, has thrown out the UML from Majuwa’s convention. Drinking … Read more

Minister Chaudhary’s instructions to control the leakage of drinking water

Minister Chaudhary's instructions to control the leakage of drinking water

March 15, Kathmandu. Drinking Water Minister Umakant Choudhary has directed the Nepal Drinking Water Corporation to control the leakage of drinking water and recover the arrears of drinking water charges. Addressing the annual function organized at the Central Office, Tripuraeshwar on Sunday on the occasion of 32nd anniversary of Nepal Drinking Water Corporation, Minister Choudhary … Read more

Demand for 43 crore liters of water in Kathmandu, distribution of 130 crore liters

President inaugurates Melamchi water distribution from Bhrkuti Pavilion on Friday

4th December, Kathmandu. Only a third of the demand is supplied to the Kathmandu Valley. Despite the daily demand of about 430 million liters of water in the Kathmandu Valley, Kathmandu Uptyaka Khanapani Limited (KUKL) produces and distributes less than a third of it, i.e. only about 130 million liters. Though 130 million liters of … Read more

After the rain in Simkot, the scarcity of drinking water drained the water sources

Due to low budget allocation, it is difficult to complete the drinking water project on time.

October 5, Humala. Due to incessant rains since Sunday night, the source of drinking water has been washed away due to landslides. The landslides washed away the mouths of the Human and Chyaldar rivers. At present, people of the district headquarters have to stand in line for hours for taps in all the three drains … Read more

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