POKHARA/MUSTANG, Jan 24: The debris of caved land accompanied by broken trees temporarily blocked the flow of the Kaligandaki River in Mustang on Wednesday. However, the river has returned to its natural flow after a short halt.
PARBAT, Dec 3: Detailed feasibility study of Kaligandaki Multipurpose Project commenced from Friday, with Phalebas Municipality of Parbat district starting a discussion with the technical team of Ministry of Energy, Water Resources, and Irrigation.
PARBAT, Sept 14: At least 200 houses along the Kaligandaki river side are at high risk of flooding. The river swollen by rains occurred in the higher area of Myagdi and Mustang on Wednesday is eroding its banks so rapidly posing risk to the houses along the river.
PALPA, May 31: Tansen is popular for its natural beauty, rich history and culture. However, it is also equally infamous for water scarcity. The headquarters of Palpa has long been struggling for fulfilling its water needs.
PALPA, April 14: Two teenage boys have gone missing while taking a bath in the Kaligandaki River in Palpa Saturday. They arrived at Ranimahal, the historic place in the district, to celebrate the Nepali New Year.
PALPA, Nov 7: Hari Bahadur Gaha of Pokharathok, Bagnaskali Rural Municipality-2 who had been swept away the Kaligandaki River in Ramdi as he had been there to attend the cremation of his grandmother last Wednesday was found dead. The body of the 26-year-old youth was retrieved from Asardi of Rambha Rural Municipality Monday, the Ramdi Area Police said.
PALPA, Nov 12: The invaluable Shaligram shells found in the Kaligandaki river of Nepal are fast disappearing with people seeking the fossilized stones for religious and commercial use increasing by the day.
PHALEBAS (Parbat), Oct 6: Left in dilapidated condition for around a decade, construction of the Kaligandaki Highway that links Indian border in South and Korola border with China in North has been expedited.
POKHARA, July 19: Parts of the hill supporting dam of the 144 MW Kaliandaki ‘A’ Hydropower Project in Syangja district have started eroding due to continuous floods in the river, according to officials of the project.
FALEBAS (Parbat), July 1: The Early Warning System (EWS) is to be installed in two big rivers of the district with high chance of risks to different settlements due to growing water current in rivers in rainy season.