A bomb has exploded at the office of a major hydropower project being constructed with Indian assistance in Nepal, the second such incident at the facility in over a month.
An unidentified group exploded an improvised explosive device in the office of Arun III hydropower in Tumlingtar, nearly 500 km from. The explosion did not cause any serious damage and no one was injured in the incident, according to the police.
Security arrangements have been intensified following the incident, he said. No group has so far claimed responsibility for the blast. Read More
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