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GMR Energy signs an agreement with IFC for Nepal project.
GMR Energy signed an agreement with the International Finance Corporation to jointly develop the 600 MW hydro power project in Nepal. "GMR Energy Limited signed a Joint Development Agreement (JDA) ...
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Govt okays ₹5,723-crore hydro project in Nepal.
Ramdev to invest billions in Nepal, create 20,000 jobs.
Patanjali to set up herbal food park in Nepal.
A2Z Infra Engineering jumps 12% on order win in Nepal.
VA Tech bags second order in Nepal.
SJVNL is proposing to set up Arun-III Hydro Electric Project in Nepal
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Govt approves oil pipeline from Raxaul to Amlekhgunj.
The Cabinet recently approved signing of an agreement to lay an oil pipeline from Raxaul in Bihar to Amlekhgunj in Nepal to supply ...
Nepal's CG Corp invests Rs. 50 cr in Concept Hospitality.
Nepal's CG Corp Global has invested Rs. 50 crore in Indian hotel management company Concept Hospitality. According to the partnership ...
India eyeing LPG pipeline in Nepal.
India has agreed to send a technical team to Nepal for conducting a feasibility study for setting up an LPG and natural gas pipeline ...
Two Indian Firms in Fray for Big Nepal Road Project.
Indian investments in Nepal are set to get another boost with two Indian firms -- an Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services ...
Leela to open 4 hotels in Nepal.
The Leela Palaces, Hotels and Resorts and Summit Group of Nepal signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on the first of ...
Nepal nod for Reliance, Satluj to invest billions in cement and hydropower projects.
Two prominent Indian business houses have received Nepal government's approval to invest NRs 144 billion for setting up cement and ...
GMR signs agreement with Nepal for 900MW hydro project.
Infrastructure conglomerate GMR Group recently said it has signed a project development agreement for executing the 900 megawatt (MW) ...
GMR inks pact with Nepal Govt for 900-MW hydel project.
GMR Group has entered into a Project Development Agreement with the Nepal Government for the 900-MW Upper Karnali Hydro Power Project. The ...
Environmentalists oppose Pancheshwar dam.
The bilateral talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Nepal Prime Minister Sushil Koirala during the former's recent Nepal ...
Om Metals Infraprojects has secured an order worth Rs 54 crore from Nepal
Om Metals Infraprojects has secured an order worth Rs 54 crore from the Ministry of Water Resources, Nepal. The order is for the ...
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SJVNL is proposing to set up Arun-III Hydro Electric Project in Nepal : Agreement signed
Britannia Industries plans to set up its new unit in Nepal.
Arun–III HE Project.
Patanjali Ayurveda has set up organic medicine unit in Nepal.
Expansion of a water treatment plant at Sundarijal, Nepal.
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