CHITWAN/BARDIYA, July 30: Nepal might be inching closer to setting a record by doubling its tiger population, but Chitwan National Park, once famed for tigers, is in a middle of crisis.  With shrinking habitat, declining prey and rise in human-wildlife conflict, the endangered tigers are dying in a record number.

KATHMANDU, July 30: With the recent tiger survey putting the number of wild tigers in Nepal at 235, the country is headed toward becoming the first country in the world to double the number of tigers by 2022.

MYAGDI, Feb 14: Musk deer living in the mountain forests of Myagdi have started migrating to other areas due to increasing temperature and human activities.

KATHMANDU, Aug 23: Nepal has fared marginally better in the recently released Habitat Commitment Index (HCI), which tracks every country's performance record as against the commitments made during Habitat II in Istanbaul in1996.

KATHMANDU, Aug 11: The government has decided to send a team of experts to China to find suitable habitat for Nepali one-horned rhinos, which Nepal has decided to gift to China.

BARDIYA, July 29: The Bardiya National Park (BNP) is becoming the appropriate habitat for tigers in the recent times.