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After forest fire, rolling boulders raise road safety concerns

 Disaster: A fire that started in Taksha, Wangdue and spread south to Tsirang is almost under control, forest officials said. However, those plying down the Wangdue-Tsirang highway are cautioned to watch out for rolling stones after crossing Taksha in Wangdue. Tsirang forest division senior ranger DB Chhetri said, “It’s risky for vehicles to ply on […]

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