Although the date of visit of Nepalese prime minister Sher Bahadur Deuba to India is yet to announce, the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Nepal is reportedly fixed. However, the date is yet to announce. According to newly launched www.ghtnarabichar.com, the date of foundation laying ceremony of the Arun III project will decide only after the completion of access road which Nepal is currently building and it is final stage of completion.
Indian state undertaking Satlaj is given permission to construct 900 MW project aiming to export power to India. It is the first such a big project Indian state owned company is constructing.
According to newly launched www.ghtnarabichar.com and Ghatna Ra Bichar Weekly, Indian Prime Modi will visit Nepal to lay foundation of Arun III hydroelectric power. According to the online, Indian Prime Minister Modi has already given green signal to his visit.
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba will pay his first official visit to India only after August 16. According to www.ghatnarabichar.com, which quoted source at Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the preparation for Prime Minister Deuba’s Visit is to start. Source told Ghatna Ra Bichar that prime minister Deuba will pay official visit to India before third round of local election slated for September 18.
Chief justice Gopal Prasad Parajuli launched www.ghatnaravichar.com, Online last week amid a function. Sister media of Ghatna Ra Vichar weekly, Dev Prakash Tripathy is a founder chief editor of www.ghtnarabichar.com and Babita Basnet as editor.
According to founding editor Tripathy, the online aims to serve the interest of people and country by disseminating objective, impartial and independent news and views