A new train last year was welcomed with much fanfare. It never ran

Political, legal and technical issues have prevented the brand new locomotives that Nepal bought from India from coming into operation—on a new track. A new train last year was welcomed with much fanfare. It never ran
Two trains that Nepal bought from India last year lie unused at Inarwa platform in Dhanusha. Ajit Tiwari/TKP
Sangam Prasain, Prithvi Man Shrestha & Shuvam Dhungana
Published at : September 19, 2021
Updated at : September 19, 2021 07:15

Sangam Prasain

Sangam Prasain is Business Editor at The Kathmandu Post, covering tourism, agriculture, mountaineering, aviation, infrastructure and other economic affairs. He joined The Kathmandu Post in October 2009.

Prithvi Man Shrestha

Prithvi Man Shrestha was a political reporter for The Kathmandu Post, covering the governance-related issues including corruption and irregularities in the government machinery. Before joining The Kathmandu Post in 2009, he worked at and Rising Nepal primarily covering the issues of political and economic affairs for three years.

Shuvam Dhungana

Shuvam Dhungana was a crime and social affairs reporter for The Kathmandu Post. Before joining the Post, Dhungana worked for The Himalayan Times and Republica.