GAIGHAT, Udaypur, July 17: Around 37 per cent population in Udaypur district has been suffering from different diseases every year due to consumption of water of open well.
Urban Development Minister Narayan Khadka on Wednesday said that it is a matter of shame that thousands of families in Kathmandu district do not use toilets as yet.
The number of people living with HIV worldwide has remained virtually unchanged in the past two years and AIDS-related deaths are at their lowest since peaking almost a decade ago, according to a r
The government has formed a nine-member committee to conduct, supervise and systematize the ongoing pesticide residue checking system at the Kalimati Vegetables Market.
Despite government´s attempts to clamp down on poaching, illegal hunting of endangered animals is on the rise in some highland forests under the coverage of Langtang National Park over the recent w
Mistrust between the government and community forest users has turned out to be an impediment to conservation of the Chure range.
SAPTARI, July 7: The number of people suffering from Typhoid is on the rise in the district, with the rise in temperature and rainfall.
Chillagad Dham, a historical site in Jhapa district, faces the danger of being swept away by the raging Kankai River. The river has been eroding the land near the site every year.
Kathmandu, July 4: An earthquake measuring 4.6 on the Richter scale and with its epicentre around the Mt.
International Center for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) on Wednesday announced the title of its upcoming conference: "Mountain people adapting to change: solutions beyond boundaries bridg
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