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Year: 2017
Global warming leading to climate change is a rapidly growing global threat to humanity and environment of the world
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Year: 2016
The M7
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Year: 2009
Nepal's armed conflict (1996-2006) has created enormous impact on biodiversity, the economy and society
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Year: 2009

The research explores the current and future conservation regime, and local population ecology of globally threatened water bird Sarus Crane (Grus antigone antigone) in Rupandehi, and Kapilvastu districts of Nepal

A total of 168 Sarus Cranes were recorded in the area (100 in Rupandehi and 68 in Kapilvastu district). Overall population density of Sarus Crane was 9.3 individual/100 km2. Seventy percent of Sarus Cranes were using farmland while 30% using wetland as a regular habitat. Current threats to the Sarus Crane population are habitat loss and degradation, high electrical cable line, sugar cane cultivation surrounding the Sarus crane habitat, dam and cementation in water canal, water pollution due to nutrients and chemical leakage in water bodies, environmental contamination and other anthropogenic causes
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Year: 2008
Women's participation in mountain tourism in Nepal started during the 1920s and 1930s with portering
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Year: 2008
The people’s resistant movement of April 2006 in Nepal (hereinafter referred to as April movement) was a non-violent struggle by the people to end the autocratic rule of the King and restore peace by transforming the armed conflict into a viable democratic political system
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Year: 2008
The common proverb “Save seed in famine and save life in crowd” has even more relevance in the context of corporate globalisation and privatisation of genetic resources
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Year: 2007?
The recent great political transformation of Nepal as a democratic republic has raised high expectations of mountain communities in socio-economic sphere through mountain tourism as well
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Year: 2007
The ‘people’s war’ waged by the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (February 1996-April 2006) and the people’s movement of April 6-24, 2006 not only seriously questioned the relevance of the nearly 400 year-old royal dynasty, but it also paved the way for a fundamental socio-political transformation of the country
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