Around 90 per cent children and labourers working in brick factories in Bhaktapur district are found suffering from skin disease and respiratory related problems, said doctors.
Nepal added a new milestone in conservation by achieving zero poaching of rhinos, tigers and elephants for the year period ending in February 2014.
Everest climbers will each be made to carry at least 8kg (18lb) of rubbish back with them on the way down, under new rules to eradicate a growing garbage problem on the world’s highest peak.
Chepang and Majhi communities of Ghyalchowk VDC in Gorkha district have rejected grant assistance provided by the government of Nepal for constructing toilets, saying that the assistance is insuffi
Former Prime Minister and senior leader of CPN-UML Madhav Kumar Nepal has said that the people of Kathmandu needs to become aware and active in order to make the rivers in the valley clean and poll
The eighth meeting of Nepal-India Joint Committee on Inundation and Flood Management (JCIFM) was held during 4th – 8th February, 2014 in Kathmandu.
A new mystery has come to light that Nepali territory has been used as a transit point for illegal trade of wildlife besides drugs and fake currency.
A mass drug administration program is to be undertaken in 40 districts of the country beginning February 8 under the Elephantiasis Control Program.
The population of birds in Chitwan is found to have increased by 4,046 in the past one year.
Herds of wild tuskers are unleashing terror among the locals of Thori in Parsa by destroying their crops, plantation and houses, said Prem Lama, a local teacher.
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