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Nepal launches hydropower growth plan - Financial Times

Economic TimesNepal launches hydropower growth planFinancial TimesNepal is to start exploiting the untapped hydropower resources of its Himalayan rivers by signing the biggest foreign investment deal in its history to build a $1.4bn project on the upper Karnali River. Investment Board Nepal signed the agreement with ...Xi Jinping in no mood to challenge Modi in NepalRepublicaNepal clears GMR Group's $1.5 billion Hydel projectEconomic TimesGMR signs agreement with Nepal for 900MW hydro projectLivemintBusiness Standard -mydigitalfc.comall 45 news articles »

India and Nepal Tackle Border Disputes - The Diplomat

The DiplomatIndia and Nepal Tackle Border DisputesThe DiplomatOn the heels of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reinvigorated regional diplomacy, representatives from the Indian and Nepali survey offices sat down this week in Kathmandu, Nepal to work out border disputes that have risen as the frontiers ...and more »

Bouncing Back: Nepal's Tigers Survive Civil Turmoil - National Geographic

National GeographicBouncing Back: Nepal's Tigers Survive Civil TurmoilNational GeographicDhaka, Bangladesh?For years the Himalayan nation of Nepal lacked a functional government. Years of war and subsequent reorientation of the state, left vulnerable the nation's rich fauna and in particular its tigers to the rampant poaching that has ...

Nepal Clears Indian Firm to Build Hydropower Plant - ABC News

BBC NewsNepal Clears Indian Firm to Build Hydropower PlantABC NewsNepal's government signed an agreement Friday with Indian company GMR to build the Himalayan nation's largest hydroelectric plant in a small step toward easing chronic power shortages and attracting new investment. The $1.15 billion Upper Karnali ...India to build Nepal power plantBBC NewsNepal clears India's GMR plan for $1.4 billion hydroelectric plantReutersDecks cleared for India's GMR to develop Nepal power projectOdisha Sun Timesall 141 news articles »

Last King of Nepal Suffers Heart Attack - ABC News

ABC NewsLast King of Nepal Suffers Heart AttackABC NewsThe last king of Nepal is in stable condition in a hospital after suffering a heart attack, doctors said Sunday. Gyanendra Shah was brought to the hospital Saturday night, and was recovering in the intensive care unit and was out of danger, said Dr ...and more »

Powering Nepal - E Kantipur

Powering NepalE KantipurAt last, there is some good news from Nepal in the energy sector. On September 18, the Cabinet approved a Power Trade Agreement (PTA) with India as well as a Project Development Agreement (PDA) with GMR, the Indian sponsor of the planned 900 MW ...

Nepal loses its final Asian Games match to Japan 4-0 - Republica

RepublicaNepal loses its final Asian Games match to Japan 4-0RepublicaNepal loses its final Asian Games match to Japan 4-0. REPUBLICA. KATHMANDU, Sept 21: The U-23 Nepali football team concluded its Asian Games campaign on Sunday without even scoring a goal -- but conceding 14 goals in total. Nepal, which was ...Nepal U23 vs Japan U23 - Live UpdatesGive me Goalall 3 news articles »

Disappointing day for Nepal in Asian Games - Republica

RepublicaDisappointing day for Nepal in Asian GamesRepublicaA day after wushu player Jharana Gurung and menīs badminton team had earned winning result, Nepali players failed to achieve any success in badminton, cricket, football, gymnastic, judo sepak takraw, shooting, swimming, tennis, weight lifting, and ...Nepali women cricketers make it to quarters of Asian GamesE KantipurGurung? shuttlers advanceHimalayan Timesall 11 news articles »

Swami Ananda Arun proposes HEART formula to develop Nepal - Republica

Swami Ananda Arun proposes HEART formula to develop NepalRepublicaAddressing a seminar on īNepal-India Relations Possibility and Development: New Visionī in the New Delhi-based headquarters of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) recently, Arun said development of Hydropower, Energy, Agriculture, Railways and Tourism ...

Jitu Rai: Farming potatoes in Nepal to first gold for India at Asian Games - Indian Express

Indian ExpressJitu Rai: Farming potatoes in Nepal to first gold for India at Asian GamesIndian ExpressJust eight years ago, a teenaged Jitu Rai was growing paddy, potatoes and corn on his family farm in a tiny village in eastern Nepal. And on Saturday he was standing on top of the podium, receiving India's first gold medal of the 2014 Asian Games.Asian Games Live, Day 2: Jitu Rai finishes 5th in 10m Pistol finalIBNLiveall 304 news articles »

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