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India, Nepal open first cross-border pipeline in South Asia

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
India and Nepal opened South Asia’s first cross-border oil product pipeline, helping Kathmandu to cut fuel prices by Rs 2 per litre on account of reduced transportation cost. PM Modi and his Nepalese counterpart K P Sharma Oli jointly inaugurated through video-conference the 69km pipeline from state-run Indian Oil’s terminal in Bihar to Nepal Oil Corporation’s Narayani zone of southern Nepal.
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News video: NEWS AT 3 PM, SEPTEMBER 10th | OneIndia News

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PM MODI INAUGURATES SOUTH ASIA'S FIRST CROSS-BORDER OIL PIPELINE, 8 LeT TERRORISTS ARRESTED FOR THREAT POSTER IN SOPORE, PM HOSTS FAREWELL FOR PRINCIPAL SECY NRIPENDRA MISHRA, IAF CHIEF DHANOA TO 'RESURRECT' RAFALE SQUADRON, LAW STUDENT ALLEGES CHINMAYANANDA RAPED HER FOR A YEAR, DONALD TRUMP OFFERS...

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