Stories By 'KAMAL PANTHI'
The population of critically endangered gharials (Gavialis gangeticus) is increasing in the Babai river that flows through the Bardiya National Park (BNP).
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Four Nepalis, who had gone to Indian state of Uttar Pradesh to purchase daily commodities, were detained for 10 hours by Indian police in Motipur for allegedly buying woods from smugglers.
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Bardiya National Park (BNP) authority admitted on Monday their failure to douse fire raging in the park since the last three weeks.Park officials said they could not douse the fire despite the best efforts of security staff, employees and residents.
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District Administration Office, Bardiya, has recommended that the Ministry of Home Affairs take action against 450 people who acquired Nepali citizenship by providing false details.
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The number of tourists visiting Bardia National Park has increased primarily due to the high chance of spotting the rare Royal Bengal Tiger. The lure of seeing the endangered creature in its natural habitat is proving irresistible as more than 15,000 tourists visited the park in the first nine months of the current fiscal year.
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A sharp decline of water flow in the Geruwa river, an offshoot of the Karnali river a few kilometres downstream from Chisapani, has affected wildlife in the Bardiya National Park (BNP).
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