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Salal Project, Jammu And Kashmir
The Salal Project mainly deals with the power generation function in Jammu and Kashmir.
 
 Salal Project, Jammu And KashmirThe Salal Project or the Salal Power Station generates around 690MW. Supervised by NHPC, the dam site is maintained beautifully. Triveni Structurals Ltd made the massive structure of Dirversio Tunnel gates.

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(Last Updated on : 28/02/2012)
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