Subdivisions of Nepal Current Affairs, GK & News
The Government of Nepal has launched an ambitious 45-day ‘Everest Cleaning Campaign’ to bring back tonnes of trash from Mt. Everest from 14th April 2019. The campaign is led by Solukhumbu district’s Khumbu Pasanglhamu Rural Municipality and aims to collect nearly 10,000 kgs of garbage from Mt. Everest. Every year, hundreds of climbers, Sherpas and ..
Topics: British Mount Everest expedition • Khumbu • Khumbu Pasanglhamu • Landforms • Mount Everest • Namche Bazaar • Province No. 1 • Sherpa people • Solukhumbu District • Subdivisions of Nepal • Tengboche • Tenzing Norgay
Around 27 people have been killed and 400 others injured by the massive rainstorm that has hit several places in Southern Nepal. The storm has given devastating effects like flipping vehicles and toppling trees and electricity poles. The rainstorm swept through villages in Bara and Parsa districts leading to 26 deaths in Bara which is ..
The Nepal-India Franchise Investment Expo and Conclave will be held in Kathmandu from 15th to 16th May, 2019. The event primarily focuses on building the relations between India and Nepal through entrepreneurship development. The conclave is organised by Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FNCCI) in association with Embassy of India and Franchise ..
The Conservation Assured | Tiger Standards (CA|TS) survey is the first and largest rapid assessment of site-based tiger conservation across Asia. CA|TS was developed by tiger and protected area experts. Officially launched in 2013, CA|TS is an important part of Tx2, the global goal to double wild tiger numbers by the year 2022. CA|TS is a set ..
Topics: Chitwan National Park • Conservation-reliant species • Endangered species • Narayani Zone • National symbols of India • Panthera • Province No. 3 • Provinces of Nepal • Sikhote-Alin • Subdivisions of Nepal • Tiger • Tx2
In Nepal, the famous Bisket Jatra is being celebrated in Bhaktapur and other parts of Kathmandu valley. The 9- day annual festival marks beginning of Nepali new year. The Jatra begins four days before the start of new year. It is believed that the festival started during Malla dynasty. There are many legends associated with ..