CHITWAN, June 11: The Chitwan National Park (CNP) has arrested a person involved in rhino poaching and smuggling wildlife parts. CNP's Wildlife Poaching Control Unit arrested Khadka Bahadur Gurung alias Soma and Min Bahadur Gurung from Gaindakot.
CHITWAN, Aug 13: The Chitwan National Park (CNP) here has lost 25 elephants since 2002. Of this number, 15 died of tuberculosis. Tuberculosis was first seen in the elephants in CNP in 2002 and it continued up to 2016.
CHITWAN, July 17: The last fiscal year did not produce any encouraging news to the wildlife conservationists especially those concerned about the rhinoceros and people associated with the country's oldest Chitwan National Park (CNP), as the park lost a total of 26 rhinos to various causes in this period.
CHITWAN, May 4: Chitwan National Park has completed capturing all four rhinos that are to be gifted to the northern neighbor China. The park had already captured three one-horned rhinos. The fourth, a female rhino, was captured from the western area of the national park on Thursday at around 11:15 am.
CHITWAN, Jan 31: Although the country is celebrating no rhino poaching year for the past three consecutive years, 17 rhinos have died in the Chitwan National Park (CNP) in the past six months, officials said.
CHITWAN, Jan 30: Despite of the poor shape of Mugling-Narayanghat road, which affected movement of tourists, as well as Rapti River floods, the number of tourists visiting Chitwan National Park increased over the first half of the current fiscal year.
CHITWAN, Nov 10: A one-horned rhino which was rescued from Balmiki Tiger Reserve in India, and brought to the Chitwan National Park (CNP) on Thursday, has been released into the CNP today. The female rhino of about 15 years of age, which was swept away from the CNP in a flooding four months ago, was spotted at the Reserve, around 20 kilometers east from the Nepal-India border, some days earlier.
CHITWAN, Nov 5: Massive flooding this monsoon has polluted Chitwan National Park (CNP) by dumping piles of garbage. Plastic bags, bottles, slippers, shoes, clothes and even utensils are dumped within the park’s forest and water resources near the eastern side of Sauraha.
CHITWAN, Nov 56: Massive flooding this monsoon has polluted Chitwan National Park (CNP) by dumping piles of garbage. Plastic bags, bottles, slippers, shoes, clothes and even utensils are dumped within the park’s forest and water resources near the eastern side of Sauraha. Since the area is home to wild animals like rhino and elephants and many aquatic animals, the garbage is posing risk to their health.
RATNANAGAR (CHITWAN), June 4: The Chitwan National Park (CNP) has issued a notice calling on the locals and visitors to adopt extra alertness when heading near any rivers citing crocodile breeding season.
CHITWAN, April 11: Despite serious reservations from locals and conservationists, the government has translocated three one-horned rhinos from Chitwan National Park (CNP) to Babai Valley of Bardiya National Park, which is not considered a safe habitat for rhinos.
KATHMANDU, Jan 3: The Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation has started construction of an enclosure within the Chitwan National Park (CNP) for transfer of water buffaloes from Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve.
CHITWAN, Aug 4: Whether or not the outgoing Oli government has met people’s expectations during its tenure, it has certainly left Swami Kamalanayanacharya a pleased man. Just ahead of stepping down, it decided to free a huge portion of land covered by the so-called spiritual guru’s arshram from the authority of Chitwan National Park (CNP).
Ratnanagar, Aug 2: Are you happening to stop your vehicle somewhere along the bio-corridor inside the Chitwan National Park (CNP) for any unwarranted activities or defecation? Beware! You may be caught and booked. You will be under surveillance of CCTV cameras all the time during your travel through the road in the area.
CHITWAN, June 26: Minister for Forest and Soil Conservation Agni Prasad Sapkota today inspected the storage of body parts of various wild animals in the Armed Forest Guard Training Centre at Tikauli and Chitwan National Park Office in Chitwan.