Nepal and India have finally agreed to take ahead with the Pancheshwor Multi-purpose Hydropower Project, which has been left undecided for a long time since the Mahakali Treaty between the two countries.
The two sides shared an agreement to advance the project after they held the bilateral talks- between visiting Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in India on Saturday. The delegation-level bilateral talks were held at Hyderabad House, which was followed by the press meet.
Even the detailed project report (DPR) has not been prepared despite the passage of two and half decades since the Mahakali Treaty. The sharing of water from the Mahakali River between Nepal and India has…
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