BARDIYA, Nov 21: Census of endangered tiger has begun in Bardiya National Park from Sunday.

Due to the lack of post-earthquake movement, leading to build-up strain in the faults, the Himalayan region may experience an earthquake far more destructive than the 2015 7.8 Nepal quake that kill

KATHMANDU, June 1: A study has revealed climate change as one of the factors behind migration in South Asia.

DADELDHURA, May 27: Unabated extraction of resin from forests has continued in the hill districts of far-western region sidestepping the rule set by government.

Heat wave sweeping across the district since last week has adversely affected general lives in Bardiya.

Daraune Pokhari in Dapcha, Kashikhanda of Kavre district was so deep that very few people dared to venture near the pond. They would not even let their cattle wander near the pond.

NAWALPARASI, March 1: A study conducted by Drinking Water and Sanitation Coordination Committee (DWSCC) has shown that Nawalparasi district is the most hygienic among the three districts of Lumbini

KHOTANG, July 20: At a program organized for colleting feedback for the new constitution, teacher Khagendra Rai has suggested that one-horned rhino should be coined as the national animal in the ne

PARBAT July 19: More than one hundred and fifty households of fishermen have been displaced after a landslide that occurred here at Maldhunga located at district headquarters, Kusma, on Sunday morn

KATHMANDU, June 5: The death toll from the April 25 earthquake and May 12 aftershock has reached 8,712 (3902 male and 4808 and female) as of 11:00 am on Friday morning.