DOLAKHA, July 15: Tamakoshi Rural Municipality of Dolakha recently purchased land for 19 squatter families, as stated in the local unit's policies and programs for the last fiscal year to provide land to those families which have been landless for the past three generations.

KATHMANDU, March 24: On April 11 last year, Prime Minister KP Oli had toured the project site of Upper Tamakoshi in Dolakha and ordered the project administration to complete the project on time.

SINGATI/DOLAKHA, Dec 4: Outsiders visiting Singati Bazaar these days will doubt if this small market was really badly rattled by the 2015 devastating earthquake. Except landslide debris just above the settlement, anyone visiting the place for the first time will find no marks of the devastation that affected one-third of the country.

KATHMANDU, June 28: Nepal has formally sought financing for Tamakoshi V Hydropower Project from Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). The project is designed to be developed at the tail end of the under-construction Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project.

KATHMANDU, June 10: Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Ltd has received approval from the Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon) to float its primary shares to the affected communities in the project area and the general public.

DOLAKHA, April 12: The country is suffering a loss of around Rs 1.2 billion per month due to delay in the construction of the 456 MW Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project, according to project officials. The national pride project was initially expected to be completed by the end of 2015.

DOLAKHA, April 11: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has directed the officials and stakeholders to complete the construction works of Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project on time, without delaying even a single day.

DOLAKHA, Jan 31: Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project (456 MW) is facing the risk of missing its completion deadline due to the negligence of Indian company Texmaco Rail & Engineering Ltd - the contractor of the mega project's hydro-mechanical works.

KATHAMNDU, Jan 6: Utilizing resources to optimum capacity is the rule of thumb  while fixing the installed capacity of any hydropower plant. But fixing such capacity for Tamakoshi-3 Hydropower Project has caused controversy.

DOLAKHA, Nov 20: Sunday's breakthrough in digging the 8.4 km long tunnel of the Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project has almost ensured that the project will begin producing electricity by this time next year.

DOLAKHA, Nov 19: The construction of main tunnel (8.2 kilometers) of Upper Tama Koshi Hydro Project of 456 Mw capacity has been completed. According to the project office, 90% of the project under civil sector has been completed.

KATHMANDU, Nov 9: The Supreme Court on Wednesday stayed the October 11 decision of the Ministry of Energy to award the 650 MW Tamakoshi III hydropower project to TBI Holdings till November 15 and summoned the government authorities to attend a hearing on November 15 to discuss whether or not to extend the stay order.

KATHMANDU, Nov 8: A writ petition has been filed at the Supreme Court on Tuesday seeking immediate intervention of the Supreme Court against the government decision to award the 650 MW Tamakoshi III Hydropower Project to TBI Holdings without soliciting competitive bidding.

CHARIKOT, Aug 20: Monsoon rain coupled with other factors have affected the construction works of Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project.

KATHMANDU, Feb 11: Investment Board Nepal (IBN) has proposed to launch an international bidding for Tamakoshi III Hydropower Project.

LAMABAGAR(Dolakha), Dec 21: Works to develop the 456-Megawatt Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project based in Dolakha are going on in full swing with a target of taking it to the power production phase within one and half years.

DOLKHA, Nov 21: Work of Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project is going on in full swing.

KATHMANDU, Aug 25: The China Machinery Engineering Corporation (CMEC), a government-owned company of China has expressed interest in making investment in two important hydropower projects of Nepal.

DOLAKHA, Aug 10: Monsoon rains have affected different works of Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project which was already battered by last year's earthquake and Indian blockade.