Motihari-Amlkehgunj Petroleum Pipeline project is certain to start operation from coming mid- April onwards. The project remains as the first cross-border project in the entire South-Asia. Under this project, petroleum products
While the energy sector remains a prominent enabler of India-Nepal trade ties, the establishments on both sides often do not give it its due. It is a fact that most India-led power projects in Nepal are not faring in the spirit that they were set up in.
India and Nepal have agreed to set up an energy banking mechanism to prevent spilling of electricity when production surpasses demand, according to The Kathmandu Post.
As per an earlier agreement, the meeting of the Power Exchange Committee of Nepal and India will be held in New Delhi on Wednesday. Nepali government officials will be travelling to India for the purpose on Tuesday
The first trans-national fuel pipeline in between Nepal and India is near completion with only 12.2 kilometres remaining to be laid down. About 65 per cent of the Motihari-Amlekhganj Pipeline project that covers
India and Nepal are set to connect via railways with new shiny rails connecting the 34 kilometres (21 miles) between Janakpur in southeastern Nepal and Jay Nagar in the Indian state of Bihar.
Though rich in hydropower, crunched in production capacity, Himalayan country Nepal is going to increase its power import from India. While brightening Nepal’s dry winter time power profile, the trade will help India also in remaining as strong contender
India has the potential to more than triple its trade with its South Asian neighbours to $62 billion against its actual trade of $19 billion, said a World Bank report released here on Monday.
Nepal and India on Tuesday held a meeting on a range of bilateral trade related issues including oil and gas co-operation between the two countries. Visiting Minister Commerce, Industries and Supplies Matrika Prasad Yadav
Minister of Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali today said the report finalised by the Eminent Persons Group on Nepal-India Relations would help ‘reset’ Nepal-India relations in line with the realities of the 21st century.