Stories By 'DIWAKAR SAPKOTA'
Oh, the cold desert is expanding,The Himalayas hold no more hidden surprises,The beauty nothing could surpass is fading,Once you feel the greed to keep what is between the eyes.
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There are more than 7 million types of plants and animals on earth. An archaebacteria is the smallest and the blue whale is the biggest creature in the world.
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The Chure hills extend east to west along the south of the Mahabharat hills.
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Degrading forests in the Tarai, increased demand for forest products and inappropriate management practices characterise the present situation in the forestry sector. Scientific forest management (SFM) is a framework that can lead to sustainable forest management.
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Defining religion doesn’t have cookbook rules and perceptions vary. But most people say that the rules and beliefs associated with a religion keep people disciplined and encourage them to help the helpless.
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Around 225 species of owl are found in the world; of which, two were listed on the IUCN Red List last year.
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