7 October, Kathmandu. It has been found that the Kathmandu Municipal Corporation has started demolishing the Tukucha Khola underground tunnel from Jaynepal Hall to Kathmandu Plaza without taking any formal decision. But when the court asked to bring a decision in this regard, the metropolis is confused. On July 12, the Kathmandu metropolis had issued… Continue reading The city did not take the decision and drove a dozer in Tukucha
7 October, Kathmandu. Foundations have been found which can confirm the archaeological heritage of the structure built to subterranean Tukucha. Members of a committee set up by the Department of Archeology to study the tunnel meant for Tukucha underground have said they have found evidence to prove that the tunnel was built during the Rana… Continue reading The conclusion that the Tukucha tunnel was built during the Rana period, if the archeology is proven, cannot be damaged.
6 October, Kathmandu. The Kathmandu Metropolitan City’s campaign to trace the Tukucha River from Jaynepal Hall to Kamaladi Mode has suffered a setback. The city operated dozers from August 30 on the structure from Jai Nepal Hall to Kamaladi Mod on the grounds that the river had been constructed unauthorizedly. In that process, the structures… Continue reading Government’s reply to Balen: There is no section on the map, it can’t even be shown
4 October, Kathmandu. The Department of Archeology has shown interest in the opening of an underground tukucha (Ikshumati) in the Hattisar area by the Kathmandu Metropolitan City. The Department of Archeology has started studying the archaeological structure of Tukucha, which was built underground using traditional techniques from Jaynepal Hall to Kathmandu Plaza outside the Narayanhiti… Continue reading The interest of archeology in the underground infrastructure of Tukucha, the study team was engaged
October 3, Kathmandu. Kathmandu Metropolitan City has removed most of the structures built along the Tukucha River area. According to the Secretariat of Metropolitan Mayor Balendra Shah (Balen), most of the structure from Jai Nepal Hall to Kathmandu Plaza has been removed. According to Baleen Secretariat member Sunil Lamsal, a 35 feet deep pit was… Continue reading Most of the structures on Tukucha were removed by the metropolis.
October 3, Kathmandu. Despite the High Court’s interim order of demolition, the Kathmandu Metropolitan City continues to mine the Tukucha (Ikshumati) river. According to Metropolitan Police Chief Raju Pandey, the Tukucha river is being excavated from Monday morning in Putlisadak-Hatisar-Kamaladi area. According to him, excavation will be done in open areas and within the premises,… Continue reading Tucucha. Excavation continues to uncover
2 October, Kathmandu. Kathmandu Metropolitan City on Thursday excavated the Tukucha River in the premises of Jai Nepal Hall of Ward No. Buoyed by the discovery of Tukucha in the Jaynepal Hall area buried decades ago, the city has excavated four underground sites as of Sunday. The town, which excavated Tukucha next to Lakshmi Bank… Continue reading The campaign to open Tukucha will not stop: Metropolis
1 October, Kathmandu. Kathmandu Metropolitan City is continuing operations to find the Tukucha River. On Saturday, a team of the Municipal Corporation reached near the office of Lakshmi Bank in Kamaladi with a dozer to search for Tukucha river. Mayor Balen Shah’s secretariat told that the river was discovered after excavation there. On 12 July,… Continue reading Tukucha found near Lakshmi Bank office in Kamaladi
August 31, Kathmandu. Kathmandu Metropolitan City has excavated the Tukucha (Ikshumati) river. While excavating the premises of Jaynepal Hall in Metropolitan City Ward-1, a long lost Tukucha was found. After digging more than 15 feet over 40 minutes by dozens of Metropolitan and Roads Department, it was discovered that a brick drain had been made… Continue reading This Is the Way to Tukucha (with Map and Pictures)
July 29, Kathmandu. Minister of State for Urban Development Ram Bir Manandhar has acknowledged that an orderly freeway could be constructed by demolishing the constructions constructed by crossing the Tukucha River flowing by way of the central part of Kathmandu. Manandhar educated that Rs 200 million could be spent on this financial 12 months to… Continue reading Minister of State Manandhar says that an orderly freeway could be eradicated by eradicating Tukucha’s encroachment