दक्षिणी रामेछापका बासिन्दा खानेपानीलाई नै गाग्रीको ५ देखि ७५ रुपैयाँसम्म तिर्न बाध्य छन्Read more: ‘घर बनाउन पानी छैन’
In a bid to regulate water-supplying tankers and drinking water business, the government has introduced a directive requiring all water tankers operating in the country to acquire business licence from the Kathmandu Valley Water Supply Management Board (KVWSMB).Read more: Business licence for water tankers to be compulsory
The much-awaited Melamchi Drinking Water Project is unlikely to meet its latest deadline of supplying water to the Kathmandu Valley by mid-October this year.Read more: Missing deadline
KATHMANDU - Of the total health facilities across the country, around 20 percent of the health facilities in Nepal lack drinking water facility and toilet for service-seekers, a survey shows.Read more: 20% health facilities in Nepal has no drinking water and toilet facilities
Interestingly, our ‘real’ spring water must also have better ‘spring water quality’. National policy makers and entrepreneurs should manage and explore the highly concentrated Kathmandu-based so-called water processors to move ahead.
-HARIHAR GURAGAINRead more: Price of priceless water: Explore market