Friday Feb 3, 2023
Friday Feb 3, 2023

International Tiger Day

Nepal's contribution in tiger population

Jul 29, 2022
The highest number of 128 tigers in Nepal is found in Chitwan National Park.

Significant success in increasing the number of tigers

Jul 29, 2022
Twelve years ago, thirteen tiger nations gathered at the Tiger Summit to set a plan to double the number of tigers by 2022

In Pics: International Tiger Day marked in Dhaka

Jul 29, 2022
A Royal Bengal Tigers in Bangladesh National Zoo in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Awareness essential to minimize human-wildlife conflict: President Bhandari

Jul 29, 2022
President Bidya Devi Bhandari has said the expansion of habitat and increase in the number of prey as a food chain

Tigers could be means of promoting tourism in Nepal: PM Deuba

Jul 29, 2021
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that it is essential to protect the environment and the habitat of tigers for their conservation.

Their survival is in our hands: International Tiger Day

Jul 29, 2021
The International Tiger Day is being observed with the theme - 'Their Survival Is In Our Hands' today.

President confident about increasing tiger population

Jul 29, 2021
President Bidhya Devi Bhandari has expressed confidence that there will have an increased population of tigers as per its commitment in the international forum.
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