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Nepal’s tiger population almost double in a decade

Nepal’s tiger population almost double in a decade

–Ram Sharan Tamang Latest count puts the number at 235 Kathmandu–Tigers in Nepal have become more conspicuous despite the constant threats from poachers, receding forest areas and ...

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Invest more on science, technology

Invest more on science, technology

Kathmandu-The sixth National Science Day was marked here today with the theme ‘Science and culture for prosperity.’ To mark the day, Nepal Forum of Science Journalists, Nepal Astr ...

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NFSJ secretary and Science Journalist Dangol conferred with Science and Technology Journalism Award

NFSJ secretary and Science Journalist Dangol conferred with Science and Technology Journalism Award

KATHMANDU: Journalist Laxman Dangol, who has been working in the field of science related journalism for a decade, has been conferred with Science and Technology Journalism Award ...

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NASA astronaut Magnus interacts with NFSJ; Urges to engage school kids on space science

NASA astronaut Magnus interacts with NFSJ; Urges to engage school kids on space science

Kathmandu: American space traveler Sandra Magnus has stressed the need to organize interaction programme on space science from school level for the students. At an interaction pro ...

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Science Behind Meditation

Science Behind Meditation

“Training given to mind for happiness and health is not much different than other modern practices. Meditation is an important tool for that. The one who focuses on meditation is ...

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From orbit to earth, NASA astronaut embarks on Langtang, Annapurna trek

From orbit to earth, NASA astronaut embarks on Langtang, Annapurna trek

Rajan Pokhrel KATHMANDU: A renowned scientist, who logged over four months in orbit, has arrived Kathmandu to experience the natural and cultural beauty of Nepal. After serving fo ...

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Isolated psychosis drives mountaineers to madness, finds science

Isolated psychosis drives mountaineers to madness, finds science

Rajan Pokhrel KATHMANDU: The mountains can drive the high-altitude travellers to madness, a new scientific research has discovered. Scientists from Eurac Research and the Medical ...

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Nobel laureate’s mantra: Science education, tech entrepreneurship

Nobel laureate’s mantra: Science education, tech entrepreneurship

Rajan Pokhrel KATHMANDU: Nobel laureate Prof Dan Shechtman suggested that Nepal could motivate the country’s younger generation to establish new technological ventures, saying tec ...

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NFSJ  has  become  a  member of  WFSJ

NFSJ has become a member of WFSJ

Kathmandu–Nepal Forum of Science Journalists (NFSJ) has become a member of World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ)  as its 54th Member Association. The NFSJ was formally re ...

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Students losing interest in science, mathematics in Nepal

Students losing interest in science, mathematics in Nepal

KATHMANDU: It is high time stakeholders reviewed the existing teaching-learning techniques as well as Nepal’s education policy that contributed to a rapid decline in students’ int ...

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