Chitwan National Park to relocate 10 one-horned rhinos to Bardiya and Shuklaphanta

RATNANAGAR, Jan 16: Chitwan National Park is set to relocate 10 one-horned rhinoceros to Bardiya National Park and Shuklaphanta National Park within a month. Last year, 5 rhinos were transferred Bardiya National Park. The Park targets to shift 30 rhinos to Bardiya National Park and Shuklaphanta National Park in three years. Director General of the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation Man Bahadur Khadka said informed that the translocation of rhinos will begin as soon as Chitwan National Park finishes bringing back the wild buffaloes from Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve. Information officer at CNP informed that a total of 83 rhinos were relocated to Bardiya National Park over the years but are dwindled to 34 because of hunting and killing. The current rhino population in Nepal is 645, of which Chitwan National Park alone houses about 600.

  • Banana plantation in Chitwan under threat

    CHITWAN, Jan 16: Chitwan district is known in the country for its extensive banana plantations. But concerns have been expressed over these plantations becoming displaced due to the expanding land fragmentation for housing plots. The Chitwan District Chamber of Commerce and Industry has been promoting banana farming under the 'one village one product' theme. According to the District Agricultur यो [...]

  • ‘Local level election date will be announced within mid February’

    URLABARIi, Jan 16: State Minister for Federal Affairs and Local Development, Sri Prasad Jabegu, today claimed that the date for the local level elections will be announced in full consensus within mid February. At an interaction programme held by Urlabari Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Urlabari, Morang, State Minister Jagebu said the country has now embarked towards the goal of holding ele यो [...]

  • Bhaktapur Transport Office to issue driving license now

    KATHMANDU, Jan 15: Bhaktapur Transport management office, Jagati has started to issue driving license now. Distribution of driving license began from the office today. Inaugurating the service, Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Ramesh Lekhak said that the ministry was working out to update licenses in online system. He further directed the concerned bodies to develop the tri यो [...]

  • Rapper Yama Buddha found dead in London

    KATHMANDU, Jan 15: Nepali rapper Anil Adhikari –famously known as Yama Buddha- was found in London on Saturday. He was found hanging by the neck in his belt at his London-based apartment. The 30 year old rapper was living with his wife and in-laws at Ruislip in South Harrow, London. The body of the deceased artist has been kept at Northwick Park Hospital. His family has also been informed ab यो [...]

  • Pari Kalpana to represent Nepal in Mrs. Asia International Pageant 2017

    KATHMANDU, Jan 15: Pari Kalpana Rai is representing Nepal in Mrs. Asia International Pageant 2017 that is taking place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The beauty contest which runs from June to July will feature women representatives from 35 countries including Nepal. Nepal is participating in this contest for the first time. "I am very happy for this opportunity." said Parikalpana Rai, who is यो [...]

  • I will appeal for insuring of Tharu privilege in the constitution: Rishi Dhamala

    KATHMANDU. Jan 14: President of Reporters Club Nepal, Rishi Dhamala has said that the issues and demands of Tharu community should be addressed by the constitution. Addressing the Inaugurating ceremony of the Tharu National Maghi Festival 2073 organized in Tundikhel, Kathmandu on the occassioin of Maghe Shankranti on Saturday- organized by Tharu Students Society, Dhamala said, "To secure the righ यो [...]

  • Three Chinese nationals held in possession of illegal currencies worth over Rs 42 million

    KATHMANDU, Jan 14: Police here arrested three Chinese nationals in possession of the huge stash of illegal foreign currencies amounting to more than Rs 42 million. Acting on a tip-off, a team of police deployed from the Metropolitan Crime Division, Teku, seized Rs 42.6 million currencies from two women and a man at Nagdhunga this morning. Preliminary investigations showed that the three were try यो [...]

  • Metropolitan Police abducts 15 kg gold in Balaju

    Kathmandu, Jan 14: The Metropolitan Police Circle, Balaju  have arrested a man with illegal 15 kg  gold at Chamiti in Balaju on Saturday. The abducted  gold  was being imported from Kerung point of Nepal-China border in a TATA Sumo vehicle with plate No. Na 1 Ja 4964. The  driver of the vehicle, who was taken into custody, has been identified as Rabindra Bhjuel, 30, of Suryabinayak, Bhaktapur. यो [...]

  • ‘Judges appointed in an inclusive manner

    KATHMANDU, Jan 14: Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Ajay Shanker Nayak has said that the 80 high court judges were appointed by the Chief Justice in an inclusive manner, on the recommendation of the Judicial Council. Talking to RSS, Minister Nayak, who is also member of the Council, said from among the 25 legal practitioners six women, eight janajati, five madhesi, two from Kar यो [...]


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