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Karnali Corridor

Blocked Karnali corridor opened

Aug 15, 2022
The blocked Karnali corridor was opened

Army man dies falling off cliff in Karnali corridor

Aug 12, 2022
An army man deployed for the construction of the Karnali corridor at Lalibagar of Kharpunath Rural Municipality-1 in Humla district died after falling off cliff

Rain obstructs Karnali Corridor

Jul 31, 2022
The Lapha section under the Karnali Corridor has been damaged due to rain halting transportation for one week

Commuter near Karnali River at high risk of flood and landslide

Jul 26, 2021
Some human settlements of Kalikot district near the Karnali River are reeling under high risks of flood and landslide.

Construction of Humla's Karnali corridor completed

Jul 16, 2021
The construction work of Karnali Corridor, National Pride Project, has been completed.

Nepal Army hands over Humla's Khulalu-Salisalla road

Jul 16, 2021
Nepal Army (NA) has handed over the Khulalu-Laiphu Salisalla road section of the Karnali corridor to the Hilsa-Simkot road project of the Department of Roads.

Karnali Corridor road operated in Kalikot

Jul 2, 2021
The Karnali Corridor Road, which was disrupted due to a huge dry landslide at Bhaurekuna of Sanni Triveni Rural Municipality-1, Kalikot district, has become operational from today.

Karnali Corridor obstructed due to landslide in Kalikot

Jun 27, 2021
The road in Sanni Triveni Rural Municipality in Kalikot district, which lies in the Karnali Corridor, has been obstructed due to a landslide.

One dies after being hit by falling boulder in Karnali

Jun 20, 2021
A man has died after being hit by a boulder that fell from the area above the road in Karnali corridor.




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