Stories Tagged 'Singha durbar'
It’s 9:30 in the morning. A room in a newly built prefabricated building in Singha Durbar is reverberating with constant ringing of the phones.
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After nearly a year, the solar lamps in front of Singha Durbar, the nation’s administrative hub, have finally been repaired. Twenty-four solar lamps have started lighting the street since Friday, finally relieving pedestrians of the inconvenience the road, which would otherwise be engulfed in darkness, had been causing.
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For the last one year the road in front of Singha Durbar, the nation’s administrative hub, plunges into darkness at night because the concerned authorities have done nothing either to replace or repair the defunct solar lights.
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The entry point of Singha Durbar, the country’s administrative headquarters, continues to remain in darkness every night because of defunct solar lamps on the street.
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Singha Durbar, the major administrative hub of the country, is converting into a junkyard of old and abandoned government vehicles. Almost every ministry premises inside the government complex has at least one vehicle that’s been left unused for a prolonged period.
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In the fiscal year 2017-18, at least 20,334 women held various positions in government offices-making it 23 percent of the civil service. Government records show there are 87,753 civil servants across the country
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