LALITPUR, April 9: Sahadev Niraula, 48, says he was never this upset in his life. When Republica telephoned him on Wednesday morning, he said he was bringing fodder in his bike from Khokana of Lalitpur. If he fails to manage enough of it on time, his cattle may die, he said.

OKHALDHUNGA, Aug 8: The locals of Palapu in Champadevi Rural Municipality of Okhaldhunga district have been spending sleepless nights after a tiger killed 21 goats and injured a local in a span of just three days.

MUGU, July 5: At least 85 goats and sheep have been killed by lightning on Thursday late afternoon in Mugu district.

DHADING, May 3: Police and Veterinary Hospital, Dhading on Wednesday seized a truck, which was allegedly smuggling old cattle to India.

BARA, April 10: On Tuesday, Ram Kumari Devi Mandal, 42, of Rampurwa along with her six little children were found sharing their makeshift tent with their buffalo and six goats. As they cannot keep their cattle outside due to the torrential rainfall, the victims of the-ever recorded tornado in Nepal are obliged to sleep with their cattle.

BHIMDUTTANAGAR, Feb 12: The Mahendranagar bench of High Court, Dipayal on Monday issued a mandamus order in the name of four municipalities of Kanchanpur district to pay attention towards the management of stray cattle.

DHADING, Jan 28: Two persons have gone missing on Sunday after being buried by a landslide triggered by heavy snowfall in Rubi Valley Rural Municipality-4.

June 26: Scores are dead after vicious weekend clashes in central Nigeria between mostly Muslim cattle herders and Christian farmers, with one report citing police saying 86 people were killed.

POKHARA, Mar 12: With the objective of controlling and managing stray cattle, Pokhara-Lekhnath Metropolitan City has started a campaign to tag all the cattle in the city.

TIKAPUR, Jan 16: Until some time ago, cattle menace had been a headache for the locals of Tikapur. Farmers had to leave their fields barren as their crops often used to be eaten by the stray cattle.

BUTWAL, Sept 27:  The high number of stray cattle loitering on the roads of Butwal has not only disturbed vehicular movement but also has increased the risk of accidents. So, the Butwal Sub-metropolis has forwarded a work plan in coordination with various stakeholders for the management of such animals.

Pokhara: Though unmanaged infrastructures and narrow roads are common reasons for traffic congestion, cattle roaming on the roads have been adding to the traffic woes in the Lake City. The lack of management by authorities concerned has been attributed to the haphazard abandonment of cattle.