Melamchi Project warns of filing case against Italian contractor at Singapore court

The Melamchi Water Supply Project says it will file a case against the contractor company of the project, CMC, at a court in Singapore. The Secretary at Ministry of Water Supply and Sanitation, who also heads the project’s board of directors, has already given their approval for the same. The company had started the construction
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Nepal government says  it has received three proposals to build big hotels in and around Kathmandu City, in which the three foreign groups have proposed to invest around Rs 1.5 billion in total. Officials at the Department of Industry under the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supplies say this is the biggest pledge of investment
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The Nepal Electricity Authority has announced to provide sufficient electricity to all special economic zones (SEZs). NEA Executive Director Kul Man Ghising declared to provide the required amount of electricity to the government announced special zones. Speaking at a programme organised in the Capital on Sunday, Ghising also urged the concerned authorities to stop complaining
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Crackdown on contractors won’t stop despite Mahaseth’s assurance: Home Ministry 4 SHARES FacebookTwitterEmail Onlinekhabar L-R: Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa and Physical Infrastructure Minister Raghubir Mahaseth Kathmandu, June 18 The Ministry of Home Affairs says it will not stop the ongoing crackdown on underperforming and nonperforming contractors just because Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Raghubir Mahaseth reportedly assured that no contractors would be arrested. Mahaseth allegedly told contractors that they could contact him if they faced any action from the Home authority so that he could protect them. But, Home Ministry’s spokesperson Ram Krishna Subedi says the ongoing action would not stop. Whereas Mahaseth has been claiming that the Home Ministry crossed its jurisdiction and entered his sector by launching the crackdown, the Home Ministry says the issue is directly associated with people’s safety and security. “Members of the public have told us that they have been facing problems, they are unsafe because of delay in infrastructure development,” Subedi says, “It is our responsibility to address people’s problems. We can take action to make concerned stakeholders responsible.” “It is not against any law. The administration has to solve people’s problems.” Published on June 18th, Monday, 2018 11:44 AM Download Onlinekhabar App. Android click here & IOS click here . Keep in touch with us on Facebook, Twitter & YouTube. Related News From the Kathmandu Press: Monday, June 18, 2018 Home Minister tells businesspersons to inform him about extortionists Victims want Sudheer Basnet arrested again, Home Minister assures justice Ministry of Home Affairs Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport Raghubir Mahaseth Ram Bahadur Thapa No Comments Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. Comment Name Email Website

The Ministry of Home Affairs says it will not stop the ongoing crackdown on underperforming and nonperforming contractors just because Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Raghubir Mahaseth reportedly assured that no contractors would  be arrested. Mahaseth allegedly told contractors that they could contact him if they faced any action from the Home authority so
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The Ministry of Water Supply says it has launched an investigation into alleged reports that Nepal Water Supply Corporation officials embezzled the government’s budget while purchasing pipes. The Ministry started the investigation upon receiving a complaint that Rs 250 million was embezzled by the Corporation’s officials. The Ministry has formed a five-member investigation committee under
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