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Ward No. 35
In 1991, Kathmandu Metropolitan City was expanded by incorporating Koteswar VDC as Ward No. 35. It encompasses 395 hectares and is bounded by the Manohara river in the east, the Bagmati river in the west, Ward No. 9 and Gothatar VDC in the north, and Lalitpur Sub-metropolitan City in the south. With respect to basic services, almost all homes in the ward have access to electricity, but the same cannot be said about drinking water and telephones.
There are no hospitals or nursing homes here, but the inhabitants receive health care at health centers and polyclinics. Local and other students benefit from the ward's educational institutions which range from primary schools to campuses. The main industries are garments, carpets and textiles. Privately operated cinemas, high vision halls and pool houses are the entertainment facilities available. The ward contains 8,716 households. The population in 2001 was 35,184.
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- Population and number of households
- Building structure
- Solid waste
- Number of houses with various basic services
- Areas without basic services
- Educational institutions
- Health institutions
- Financial institutions
- Service and repair centers
- Training centers
- Post office
- Parking space
- Heritage sites
- Buildings of historic and architectural importance
- Pilgrim shelters, rest houses, sacred sites, etc.
- Public grounds
- Open-air market
- NGOs, INGOs, CBOs, clubs, etc.
- Five biggest problems
- Important projects completed
- Main income sources