IVRCL India halts the construction of Myagdi based hydel project
An Indian construction company has halted the ongoing construction of the 32 MW Rahughat Hydroelectricity Project demanding an increase in the budget.
The IVRCL India Limited, which had won the contract for constructing the Myagdi based project in 2010, has stopped the construction works, saying that the company cannot continue with the project as per the past agreement that sanctioned a budget of around 3 billion rupees. read more →
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