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Nepal's rhino population grows to highest in decades as pandemic pauses tourism

The Citizens 15 Apr 2021
The population of rhinos across four national parks in Nepal increased to 752 in the latest count, up by more than 100 from 645 animals in 2015, according to Haribhadra Acharya, information officer at Nepal's Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation (DNPWC).
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Nepal chokes on smoke and ash as drought-worsened wildfires rage

Post Bulletin 14 Apr 2021
Hundreds of such fires have been spreading across the country since November, in the worst wildfire season Nepal has seen in a decade ... According to Bijay Raj Subedi, a forest officer in Dang, wildfires in Nepal are most often caused by humans, either internationally or by accident, such as when a cigarette is carelessly discarded.
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Nepal chokes on smoke and ash as drought-worsened wildfires rage on

Taipei Times 14 Apr 2021
Thomson Reuters Foundation, DANG, Nepal ... through his village in western Nepal last month ... Bijay Raj Subedi, a forest officer in Dang, said wildfires in Nepal are most often caused by humans, either internationally or by accident, such as when a cigarette is carelessly discarded.
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Committee on the Rights of Migrant Workers Discusses the Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Migrants and the Ratification of the Convention in a Meeting with States and Other Stakeholders

Reliefweb 14 Apr 2021
14 April 2021 ... Migrant workers and their families were in an even more vulnerable situation ... Azerbaijan Ombudsman Office, Global Detention Project, and National Human Rights Commission of Nepal ... Mr ... Mr ... National Human Rights Commission of Nepal said efforts had been made to protect the rights of migrants, such as monitoring the detention of migrants ... .
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Nepal chokes on smoke and ash as drought-worsened wildfires rageVillagers say the fire has been ...

Deccan Herald 13 Apr 2021
Hundreds of such fires have been spreading across the country since November, in the worst wildfire season Nepal has seen in a decade ... According to Bijay Raj Subedi, a forest officer in Dang, wildfires in Nepal are most often caused by humans, either internationally or by accident, such as when a cigarette is carelessly discarded ... Nepal.
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Focus on containment zones, Noida readies more surveillance teams

The Times of India 13 Apr 2021
Noida ... This is a big problem, especially in areas where the numbers are high,” said Dr Obaid Quereshi, the nodal officer for containment zones in Noida ... They will prepare a list of such patients and send that to the testing teams, who will then collect their samples for Covid tests,” said Dr Nepal Singh, the nodal officer for surveillance ... Download ... .
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JSP-N weighing options on new govt

The Himalayan 12 Apr 2021
The Janata Samajbadi Party-Nepal, which is a key ...
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Visually-impaired Chinese climber aims to summit Everest

TeluguStop 10 Apr 2021
Everest, he will be the first Asian visually-impaired person to scale the world's tallest peak," Dawa Steven Sherpa, chief executive officer of Asian Trekking, one of the leading expedition organising companies in Nepal, told Xinhua news agency on Friday.
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Chinese climber aims to be first visually impaired Asian to scale Mt. Qomolangma

People Daily 10 Apr 2021
Qomolangma, he will be the first Asian blind person to scale the world's tallest peak," Dawa Steven Sherpa, chief executive officer of Asian Trekking, one of the leading expedition organizing companies in Nepal, told Xinhua on Friday ... According to Sherpa guides, the Chinese mountaineer who arrived in Nepal on March 30, set out for Mt.
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How a 46-year-old Visually-impaired Chinese Climber Aims to Summit Mount Everest

Yahoo Daily News 10 Apr 2021
Everest, he will be the first Asian visually-impaired person to scale the world’s tallest peak,” Dawa Steven Sherpa, chief executive officer of Asian Trekking, one of the leading expedition organising companies in Nepal, told Xinhua news agency on Friday.
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Baseline study on the use of evidence in the UNFPA-UNICEF Global Programme to Accelerate Action to End Child Marriage in South Asia

Reliefweb 08 Apr 2021
The GPECM is structured in four phases.. Inception . 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2015 ... Another workshop was held in August 2019 with the UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia (ROSA) and UNFPA Asia Pacific Regional Office (APRO) and their respective country offices in Bangladesh, India and Nepal to contextualize the ToC ... Bangladesh, India and Nepal ... .
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No cold chain, no immunization

Reliefweb 07 Apr 2021
“Getting the vaccines themselves is one part of the work, but without proper storage and transport systems, it’s not possible to take them to the community”, says Bade Babu Thapa, Senior Pharmacy Officer at the Central Vaccine Store in Kathmandu, under the ...
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Madhubani killings: Caste militias in spotlight again

Hindustan Times 07 Apr 2021
“Of late, it has become active on social media in some pockets of Gopalganj as well,” said a police officer on the condition of anonymity ... “The Parshuram Sena operates in Sheohar, Sitamarhi, Samastipur, Darbhanga and Madhubani districts of north Bihar, besides adjoining Nepal, and has a more wider reach that Ravan Sena,” said a police officer.
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UP man shot by Nepal cops dies in Lucknow hospital

Hindustan Times 06 Apr 2021
A 32-year-old man succumbed to his injuries on Sunday night over a month after he was injured in firing along the India-Nepal border in Uttar Pradesh’s Pilibhit district on March 4, a police officer said ...
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Nepal and India to conduct joint study on construction

Beijing News 06 Apr 2021
As per Gyawali, the Government of Nepal earlier also had sent a team led by the Chief Survey Officer of Darchula district to make a field study of the security wall being constructed by India on its side of Mahakali River on January 6 amid reports of encroachment.
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