The government has declared Chure as a conservation zone, prohibiting all activities amounting to deforestation, wildlife loss, and excavation of minerals, sand and boulders.
The government has started work on amending the Land Acquisition Act to accommodate a provision of compensation based on market rate.
The widespread loss of greenery to the ongoing road expansion drive in Kathmandu Valley is set to be reverted beginning with a section on the 2.2km road spanning Maitighar and Tinkune.
The Chitwan National Park (CNP) is preparing to implement a provision barring vehicles from stopping on the Gondrang-Tikauli biological corridor in a bid to create a conducive environment for wild
Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (Nast) launched Climate Change Research Grant Programme in cooperation with the Asian Development Bank on Friday.
HIV-Aids has taken its toll on Dalit settlement at Jogbudha VDC in the district.
The Chitwan National Park (CNP) has started research on tiger activities including reproduction from a special way. The park started research with the support from different donor agencies.
The number of Oriental White-backed Vulture (Gyps bengalensis), a vulture species that is under the verge of extinction, has increased in the recent years.
A huge fire has spread at the Angale community forest at Ward No. 6, the newly-declared Api Municipality (the then Chhapari VDC) adjoining Khalanga, the district headquarters.
Consumption of water contaminated with faecal coliform is the major reason behind outbreak of jaundice that has so far claimed 10 lives in Biratnagar, according to experts.
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