Problems of Implementing Regional Development Programs. The Case of Nepal
AbstractRegional planning has risen to a major issue in Nepal. According to the National Planning Commission “the future economic, administrative, political and social development of the country will be determined by the degree of circulation in men, materials and ideas within the country. At the present level, such communication system between the capital and other parts of the country is poorly articulated. Most of the urban centres in Nepal are either concentrated around metropolitan Kathmandu or tied to the rail-heads along the Terai border.