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Power utility gets go-ahead to chop down 38,545 trees

Forests will be cleared in Rautahat and Bara districts for the planned Hetauda-Dhalkebar-Duhabi transmission line.Power utility gets go-ahead to chop down 38,545 trees
The 288-km long transmission line extending from Hetauda to Inaruwa is a component of the multimillion-dollar strategic Nepal-India Electricity Transmission and Trade Project.  Post file photo.
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Prahlad Rijal
Published at : August 24, 2019
Updated at : August 24, 2019 07:02
Kathmandu

Prahlad Rijal

Prahlad Rijal is a business reporter at The Kathmandu Post, focusing on the energy sector. Before joining the Post, Rijal was an online reporter at The Himalayan Times.


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