The total forest area of the Tarai region has declined by 32,000 hectares, at an annual rate of 0.44 percent in the last two decades, according to the findings of the latest national -level forest
Green Circle Project was introduced on Tuesday with a view to encourage paper waste reduction in corporate organisations by promoting its reuse and recycle.
In December last year, the government held a weeklong awareness campaign “Pesticides Harm Lives: Eliminate Use of Highly Hazardous Pesticides” to educate people about the harmful use of pesticides
Three persons died and two others are feared dead in separate incidents of floods and landslides in mid-west and far-west regions in the past 24 hours.
In view of the rampant pollution in the rivers of the Kathmandu Valley caused mainly by house owners and large commercial complexes releasing the sewage directly into the Bagmati and other river sy
If everything goes as planned, the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA), a sole power utility responsible to charge consumers for electricity supply, will pay for the ‘excess energy’ generated by an i
Three years have passed since Deepak Nepali (Darji), 35, of Dhulabari, Mechinagar 1, was diagnosed with Tuberculosis (TB).
The construction of Nepali portion of much-touted Dhalkebar-Muzaffarpur cross-border transmission line began on Tuesday, with the Power Transmission Company Nepal Limited (PTCNL) laying foundation
Agricultural research institutes from Nepal, India and Bangladesh have teamed together to work on improving the productivity, profitability and sustainability of 7,000 small scale farmers along the
A 51-year-old woman died while scores of others were taken ill due to typhoid and viral fever in various VDCs in the district in the past two weeks.
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