• Nepal: Bio-Briquettes instead of Firewood | Global 3000

    Firewood is still a primary energy source in Nepal - especially in rural areas, where it's used for cooking and heating. But the forests are disappearing and the land where they stood is eroding away. An orphanage on the outskirts of the capital is trying something new. Read more: http://www.dw.de/program/global-3000/s-11487-9798

    published: 14 May 2013
  • Alternative Bio Energy Pokhara Nepal (Bio Gas)

    Alternative Bio-Energy Pvt. Ltd. Nayabazzar, Pokhara - Nepal PH : 9802822348 Email : simrikanepal@outlook.com

    published: 02 Aug 2016
  • Development Forum Episode 29 ( Solar Lights In Road Of Nepal + Bio -Briquettes)

    Usage Of Solar Lights In Road Of Nepal + Bio-Briquettes Production In Nepal By Himalayan Naturals Pvt.Ltd VSP Group, my partner program. Get connected! https://youpartnerwsp.com/en/join?59378

    published: 07 Feb 2015
  • Bio Gas in Nepal

    This is a video about the biogas initiative in Nepal

    published: 27 Apr 2010
  • Tamur River, Eastern Nepal with Bio Bio Expeditions

    Rafting on the Tamur River in eastern Nepal with Bio Bio Expeditions

    published: 21 Nov 2013
  • Ungewöhnliche Anbaumethode aus Nepal funktioniert auch in Neuseeland

    Nur 30 Minuten von Neuseelands Hauptstadt Wellington entfernt, befindet sich im Akatarawa-Tal Mandi Lynns Blaubeer-Farm. Ein 26 Morgen großes Bio-Paradies. Mandi liebt ihre Arbeit. Sie glaubt, dass das Schicksal sie hierher geführt habe. Nach Amerika will sie jedenfalls nicht zurück. Als sie vor fünf Jahren nach Neuseeland kam, hatte sie keine Ahnung von Blaubeeren. Doch sie hatte einen Traum. [Mandi Lynn, Blaubeer-Farmerin]: „Ich hätte nie gedacht, dass ich in Neuseeland eine Blaubeer-Farmerin werde. Eigentlich bin ich gelernte Krankenschwester. Sie studierte jede Menge Bücher über Bio-Anbau, Perma-Kultur und Bio-Dynamik. Die Zeit verging, die Jahreszeiten wechselten und die Ernte war gut. Doch der Durchbruch kam erst, als ihr ein Sherpa aus Nepal, vom Mount Everest, eine ungewöhnli...

    published: 20 Sep 2009
  • A Documnetary on Market Proposect of Charocal in Nepal by Bio energy Project

    Bio-energy Project conducted Market Assessment of Charcoal Product and Accessories in 2014. In course of conducting the market assessment this documentary was developed. This is very useful video as it encompasses various aspects related to charcoal market in Nepal.

    published: 07 Aug 2015
  • Fascinating Geography of Nepal | If lay flat its area equals the size of the USA ||

    Hello & Namaste! Welcome to Edition Nepal. Today, in this video I am going to talk about the fascinating Geography of Nepal and share how it offers the most unique Geographical diversity. Nepal is a small, landlocked country, situated between China to its north, and India to its east, west and south. At latitudes between 26 and 30 degrees north and longitudes between 80 and 88 degrees east, the country covers an area of 147,181sq.km and stretches approximately 145-241 km. north to south and 850 km. west to east. It has been said that, even though Nepal’s area is actually much the same as that of the state of Florida in USA, if Nepal could be taken off the face of the earth and laid flat, its area would equal that of the whole of the United States of America! However, in fact, although o...

    published: 19 Oct 2017
  • Transforming Waste to Energy in Nepal

    Nepal is part of the larger effort to expand energy access and markets for renewable energy in the world’s poorest countries. Today, Nepal is using SREP to develop large-scale commercial, institutional, and municipal bio-energy projects.

    published: 11 Sep 2014
  • Real Magic? - Levitating Monk - Can You Believe Your Eyes -THE SUPERNATURALIST on Discovery.

    Magician Dan White meets up with a Buddhist monk, in Nepal, who has the power of levitation. THE SUPERNATURALIST on Discovery. | http://dsc.discovery.com/#mkcpgn=ytdsc1 | On a quest for magic in Nepal, magician Dan White reveals some of his magic tricks to the local residents.

    published: 08 Jul 2012
  • Kings of Nepal. History of Kings of Nepal.

    Kings of Nepal. History of Kings of Nepal ( source : From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia & google. photo credit goes to its original photographers ) The Shah dynasty was the ruling dynasty of the Kingdom of Gorkha until 1768 and of the Kingdom of Nepal from 1768 to 28 May 2008. The King of Nepal, was Nepal's head of state and monarch from 1768 to 2008. He served as the head of the Nepalese monarchyShah Dynasty. The monarchy was founded in 1768 and was abolished on 28 May 2008 by the Nepalese Constituent Assembly. The subnational monarchies in Mustang, Bajhang, Salyan, and Jajarkot were also abolished in October. History Further information: History of Nepal and Kingdom of Nepal The Kingdom of Nepal was founded on 25 September 1768 by a Prithvi Narayan Shah, a Gorkha king who succeeded...

    published: 04 Jun 2016
  • Biggest Bio Gas Power Plant installed in Nepal and covered by News Channels

    200 m3 multi-feed Biogas Digester / Plant producing 40 kva of Electricity for 12 to 15 hours per day and is also used for cooking purpose. The installation is bigest in Nepal and created a Headlines in all leading News Channels and Newspapers. To watch our all uploaded Site Videos please SEARCH for 'perfectgasgenerators.in' in the SEARCH BOX of YOUTUBE or visit our website www.perfectbiowastepower.in

    published: 22 Sep 2017
  • Bio Reviving the vanishing Vultures-Nepal .wmv

    Vulture is vanishing at an alarming rate in South Asia. Scientists have pinpointed the cause of vulture decline to be the drug called Diclofenac, which is exclusively used to treat cattle in south Asia. Four species of vultures namely white rumped vulture, slender billed vulture, longed bill vulture and Egyptian vulture are listed as critically endangered category. Vulture being an efficient cleaner of environment, their decline let to increase in rats, feral dogs, which in turn increases the zoonotic diseases in human population. The Project in Bufferzone of Chitwan National Park- World Heritage, site has significantly increased the population and breeding colonies of vanishing vultures. The project has introduced the concept of declaring Diclofenac free zone and also instrumental in dev...

    published: 27 Oct 2010
  • ग्यास किन्ने पैसा यसरी बचाउन सकिन्छ ! - Bio Gas Using In Jhapa - Nepal

    Bio Gas In Nepal..... "Nepal Pride TV" is authorized to upload this video.Using of this video by another channels without our permission will be strictly prohibited. Subscribe:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO4td5yU0j6cUlllQqzaywQ?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook Link:https://www.facebook.com/Nplptv/ Tweeter:https://twitter.com/tv_nepal Google +:https://plus.google.com/117986166112939127794 Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/nepalpridetv/

    published: 06 Jun 2017
  • Bio Spirits Nepal presents Bio VODKA and WHISKY

    Dont Drink If you can .. Drink BIO if you MUST

    published: 04 May 2016
  • Biotechnology In Nepal (Part I)

    BSN talking about Biotechnology in Nepal on program "Yuwa Sansar" Radio MirMire FM (89.4 MGhz) on 2 May 2011.

    published: 04 May 2011
  • Bio Conserving the Khumbu Alpine area Mt Everest-Nepal.wmv

    The alpine landscapes in Khumbu area have been degraded over the past 20-30 years as a result of contemporary, unsustainable uses that include burning, overgrazing, increasing numbers of pack stock, and the accelerated harvesting of slow-growing shrubs for fuel wood. Especially during the last 20 years, the removal of these soil-binding shrubs from the fragile and thin alpine soils has not only contributed to dramatic increases in soil erosion, but also to accelerated landscape denudation that local people refer to as "growing glacial moraines". The goal of the project is to protect and restore the fragile alpine ecosystems of the Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park- one of the two World Heritage Site in Nepal, through the strengthening of local management and conservation capacities...

    published: 27 Oct 2010
  • Kitchen west Gas in Nepal

    Why compact bio-gas ? Environment friendly Firstly, it feeds on kitchen wastes as inputs. A large quantity of wastes generate in each household every day. Managing the wastes is a critical problem of individual household, community, village development committee and municipality. In spite of spending significant portion of budget regularly, managing the wastes appropriately and efficiently remained a dream especially in urban and fast urbanizing towns. This gas plant has potentiality to contribute in managing the kitchen wastes efficiently. If each household becomes able to manage its kitchen wastes on its own, dream of clean home and eventually clean city would be materialized sooner. Secondly, it is smoke and dust free. Health sensitive Use of firewood and bio-mass for cooking produ...

    published: 24 Dec 2015
  • Biography of Bidhya Devi Bhandari, Nepal's president

    Biography of the first female president of Nepal, Bidhya Devi Bhandari.

    published: 30 Oct 2015
  • "Chulo"- Smokeless Kitchen In Nepal

    "Chulo" Stoves with Chimneys- Smokless kitchens in Nepal Unlike gas or electric stoves found in urban kitchens in Nepal, in most villages traditional clay stoves called chulo are being used. Timber and non- timber forest products are burnt in these stoves for every meal prepaed. In a scenario where bio gas stoves are getting popular, efforts to improve traditional Nepali chulo are underway. The main goal is to add a chimney that lets out the smoke. By evacuating the smoke there are health benefits as well. 3 French student members of a French Humanitarian organization named Soleil Vert helped to build 6 smokeless stoves in Sauraha Chitwan and other VDCs in upper Dhangadi. Smokeless Chulo is a smart choice for many villagers because it helps them avoid damage to their lungs and ey...

    published: 10 Dec 2012
  • Biography Of Miss Nepal Nikita Chandak | को हुन मिस नेपाल 2017 बिजेता निकिता चन्दक?

    Biography Of Miss Nepal Nikita Chandak || को हुन मिस नेपाल 2017 बिजेता निकिता चान्दक?? Turning Path Biography of Paul Shah : https://youtu.be/UPz-09jR9Nw Biography of Niti shah : https://youtu.be/zXQ8xy2gkCM Biography of Pooja Sharma : https://youtu.be/MBPRI2q7Vlc Kale dai Hot dance : https://youtu.be/Pm615BAXpOU © Turning Path यस च्यानलमा भएका कुनै पनि भिडियोहरु Download गरी अन्य Channel मा अपलोड गरेको पाईेएमा प्रचलित कानुन बमोजिम कारवाही गरी सो च्यानल बन्द गराईनेछ । ****Follow me: ***** Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/turningpath/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/turning1_path

    published: 03 Jun 2017
  • Danny Denzongpa - Biography

    Subscribe for More Biographies - http://bit.ly/PeopleAndHistory Danny Denzongpa (born 25 February 1948) is an Indian actor, singer and film director of Sikkimese Bhutia descent. He has mainly worked in Bollywood films, though he has also appeared in several Nepali, Tamil, Bengali and Telugu films. Know more about Celebrities, Actors, Personalities, Events, Festivals etc. Click Here ► https://www.youtube.com/user/PeopleandHistory to find out more about your favourite stars. ► Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PeopleAndHistory ► Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/People_History ► Circle us on G+: google.com/+PeopleandHistory ► Follow us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/peoplehistory/ ► Website: http://www.ultraindia.com

    published: 18 Aug 2017
  • Biogas - A New Source of Energy for Nepal | Global Ideas

    A climate protection project under the aegis of the World Wildlife Fund is treading new ground in the Nepalese lowlands. In order to protect local ecosystems, 7,500 small biogas plants are being constructed and installed for farmers and their families, reducing the demand for non-sustainable firewood and diminishing carbon emissions as a consequence of deforestation. One plant can deliver sufficient cooking energy for a family with at least two cows or buffaloes.

    published: 09 Nov 2010
  • National News in NEPAL : Electricity Generation from Biogas & Cylinder filling for Cooking in NEPAL

    First of its kind Biogas Electricity Generation Plant of 40 KVa in Nepal, which also is the biggest Biogas Plant producing 200 m3 of Bio Gas per day. The Plant is built on "Turn Key" basis by Perfect Bio-waste & Power Management Pvt. Ltd. (India) with the total cost of US$ 60,000. To watch our all uploaded Site Videos please SEARCH for 'perfectgasgenerators.in' in the SEARCH BOX of YOUTUBE.

    published: 03 Jan 2016
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Nepal: Bio-Briquettes instead of Firewood | Global 3000

Nepal: Bio-Briquettes instead of Firewood | Global 3000

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Firewood is still a primary energy source in Nepal - especially in rural areas, where it's used for cooking and heating. But the forests are disappearing and the land where they stood is eroding away. An orphanage on the outskirts of the capital is trying something new. Read more: http://www.dw.de/program/global-3000/s-11487-9798
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Alternative Bio Energy Pokhara Nepal (Bio Gas)

Alternative Bio Energy Pokhara Nepal (Bio Gas)

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Alternative Bio-Energy Pvt. Ltd. Nayabazzar, Pokhara - Nepal PH : 9802822348 Email : simrikanepal@outlook.com
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Development Forum Episode 29 ( Solar Lights In Road Of Nepal + Bio -Briquettes)

Development Forum Episode 29 ( Solar Lights In Road Of Nepal + Bio -Briquettes)

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Usage Of Solar Lights In Road Of Nepal + Bio-Briquettes Production In Nepal By Himalayan Naturals Pvt.Ltd VSP Group, my partner program. Get connected! https://youpartnerwsp.com/en/join?59378
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Bio Gas in Nepal

Bio Gas in Nepal

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This is a video about the biogas initiative in Nepal
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Tamur River, Eastern Nepal with Bio Bio Expeditions

Tamur River, Eastern Nepal with Bio Bio Expeditions

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Rafting on the Tamur River in eastern Nepal with Bio Bio Expeditions
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Ungewöhnliche Anbaumethode aus Nepal funktioniert auch in Neuseeland

Ungewöhnliche Anbaumethode aus Nepal funktioniert auch in Neuseeland

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Nur 30 Minuten von Neuseelands Hauptstadt Wellington entfernt, befindet sich im Akatarawa-Tal Mandi Lynns Blaubeer-Farm. Ein 26 Morgen großes Bio-Paradies. Mandi liebt ihre Arbeit. Sie glaubt, dass das Schicksal sie hierher geführt habe. Nach Amerika will sie jedenfalls nicht zurück. Als sie vor fünf Jahren nach Neuseeland kam, hatte sie keine Ahnung von Blaubeeren. Doch sie hatte einen Traum. [Mandi Lynn, Blaubeer-Farmerin]: „Ich hätte nie gedacht, dass ich in Neuseeland eine Blaubeer-Farmerin werde. Eigentlich bin ich gelernte Krankenschwester. Sie studierte jede Menge Bücher über Bio-Anbau, Perma-Kultur und Bio-Dynamik. Die Zeit verging, die Jahreszeiten wechselten und die Ernte war gut. Doch der Durchbruch kam erst, als ihr ein Sherpa aus Nepal, vom Mount Everest, eine ungewöhnliche Anbaumethode präsentierte: [Mandi Lynn, Blaubeer-Farmerin]: „Als Nima mir zum ersten Mal davon erzählte, traute ich meinen Ohren nicht. Es schien so verrückt. Ich meine, ich habe davon gelesen, doch es klang für mich eher wie ... Vodoo! Und ... als wir es im ersten Jahr so machten...nach einem Monat ... ich war gerade dabei den Rasen zu mähen ... Ach du meine Güte! Es wuchs wie verrückt, unglaublich! In Nimas Heimat gibt es keine Blaubeeren. Doch er hat seine eigene Art mit Pflanzen umzugehen und auch ein spezielles Rezept. [Mandi Lynn, Blaubeer-Farmerin]: „Das ist ein Stück Kot, das in ein Kuhhorn gesteckt wird ... und es kommt nur so eine kleine Menge heraus ... nur so klein ... wie homöopatisch aufgerührt." Doch das ist nicht ihre einzige erfolgreiche Methode. Es gibt etwas, dass den Farmern die schlimmsten Alpträume beschert. [Mandi Lynn, Blaubeer-Farmerin]: „Im ersten Jahr, hatten wir eine Jahrhundertflut - eine zwei Meter hohe Wand aus Wasser." Und mit der Flut kam eine primitive und doch elegante Lösung: Anstatt wie üblich, das ganze Unkraut um die Wurzeln herum zu entfernen, wurde nur ein wenig davon ausgerissen. [Mandi Lynn, Blaubeer-Farmerin]: „Diese Methode entwickelten wir nach der Flut. Wo das Unkraut entfernt wurde, war alles vom Wasser fortgespült. Die Pflanzen, um die das Unkraut noch nicht entfernt wurde, bewegten sich hin und her, aber die Beeren hingen noch dran. Ich habe keine Ahnung, wie das passiert ist. Diese Methoden von Mandi und Nima scheinen zwar unkonventionell, aber sie funktionieren. Und sie teilen die Früchte ihres Erfolges mit ihren Besuchern und mit jedem, der auch ein bisschen vom Anbau im Mount Everest Style erfahren möchte. NTD, Wellington, Neuseeland.
https://wn.com/Ungewöhnliche_Anbaumethode_Aus_Nepal_Funktioniert_Auch_In_Neuseeland
A  Documnetary on Market Proposect of Charocal in Nepal by Bio energy Project

A Documnetary on Market Proposect of Charocal in Nepal by Bio energy Project

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Bio-energy Project conducted Market Assessment of Charcoal Product and Accessories in 2014. In course of conducting the market assessment this documentary was developed. This is very useful video as it encompasses various aspects related to charcoal market in Nepal.
https://wn.com/A_Documnetary_On_Market_Proposect_Of_Charocal_In_Nepal_By_Bio_Energy_Project
Fascinating Geography of Nepal | If lay flat its area equals the size of the USA ||

Fascinating Geography of Nepal | If lay flat its area equals the size of the USA ||

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Hello & Namaste! Welcome to Edition Nepal. Today, in this video I am going to talk about the fascinating Geography of Nepal and share how it offers the most unique Geographical diversity. Nepal is a small, landlocked country, situated between China to its north, and India to its east, west and south. At latitudes between 26 and 30 degrees north and longitudes between 80 and 88 degrees east, the country covers an area of 147,181sq.km and stretches approximately 145-241 km. north to south and 850 km. west to east. It has been said that, even though Nepal’s area is actually much the same as that of the state of Florida in USA, if Nepal could be taken off the face of the earth and laid flat, its area would equal that of the whole of the United States of America! However, in fact, although occupying just 0.1% of the earth’s surface, Nepal is one of the richest countries in the world in terms of bio-diversity due to its unique geographical position and altitudinal variation. The elevation of the country ranges from less than 100 metres above sea level in the Terai, to the highest point on earth, the summit of Mt. Everest, at 8,848 metres, all within a distance of about 150km, resulting in climatic conditions ranging from sub-tropical to Arctic. Nepal is topographically divided into three regions: the Himalaya to the north, the middle hills consisting of the Mahabharat range and the Churia Hills, and the Terai to the south. The Himalaya and its foothills make up the northern border of the country and represent 16% of the total land area. This is the least inhabited region of Nepal, with less than 8% of the population living there. Most permanent settlements are at less than 4000m altitude, although there are summer settlements as high as 5000m. The middle hills cover about 65% of the total land area and are home to around 45% of the population of the country. This area is the home of the ancient ethnic people of Nepal. The climate is very good and most of Nepal’s lakes and beautiful valleys are located in the middle hills. Areas in the eastern hills receive most rainfall because of the monsoon clouds, which come from the Bay of Bengal. The middle hills provide a very good habitat for wild life, such as leopard, deer, bear, monkeys, butterflies and over four hundred indigenous species of birds. The Terai is the southern part of Nepal and is an extension of the Gangetic plains of India. It covers 17% of the total land area, providing excellent farming land as well as space for large industrial areas. Until 1950, the Terai was predominantly an area of heavily malarial sub-tropical forest, inhabited only by the Royal Bengal tiger, leopard, wild boar, several species of deer, one-horned rhino, wild elephant and gharial and mugger crocodiles. But after the eradication of malaria in the 1960s, many people from the middle hills migrated to the Terai in search of farming land. Today, about 48% of the population occupies this region. So Nepal has a very interesting and exciting bio-diversity due to its unique geographical position and altitudinal variation. Probably, Nepal is only country in the world, which could provide such opportunity: in a period of just two weeks it is possible to travel from sub-tropical lowlands to alpine glaciers, to experience altitudes from as low as 60m to the base of the highest mountain on the earth, temperatures from +40 degrees celsius to -40 degrees celsius and a climate ranging from monsoon and humid to dry rain shadow and frozen zone. Nepal occupying only 0.1% of the earth is home to: - 2% of all the flowering plant species in the world; - 8% of the world's population of birds (more than 848 species); - 4% of mammal species on earth; - 11 of the world's 15 families of butterflies (more than 500 species); - 600 indigenous plant families; - 319 species of exotic orchids. Follow Us: https://www.facebook.com/Edition-Nepal-142059656374260/ Thank You Pritam Garbuja Pun For Beautiful Flute Music!
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Transforming Waste to Energy in Nepal

Transforming Waste to Energy in Nepal

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  • Updated: 11 Sep 2014
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Nepal is part of the larger effort to expand energy access and markets for renewable energy in the world’s poorest countries. Today, Nepal is using SREP to develop large-scale commercial, institutional, and municipal bio-energy projects.
https://wn.com/Transforming_Waste_To_Energy_In_Nepal
Real Magic? - Levitating Monk - Can You Believe Your Eyes -THE SUPERNATURALIST on Discovery.

Real Magic? - Levitating Monk - Can You Believe Your Eyes -THE SUPERNATURALIST on Discovery.

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Magician Dan White meets up with a Buddhist monk, in Nepal, who has the power of levitation. THE SUPERNATURALIST on Discovery. | http://dsc.discovery.com/#mkcpgn=ytdsc1 | On a quest for magic in Nepal, magician Dan White reveals some of his magic tricks to the local residents.
https://wn.com/Real_Magic_Levitating_Monk_Can_You_Believe_Your_Eyes_The_Supernaturalist_On_Discovery.
Kings of Nepal. History of Kings of Nepal.

Kings of Nepal. History of Kings of Nepal.

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Kings of Nepal. History of Kings of Nepal ( source : From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia & google. photo credit goes to its original photographers ) The Shah dynasty was the ruling dynasty of the Kingdom of Gorkha until 1768 and of the Kingdom of Nepal from 1768 to 28 May 2008. The King of Nepal, was Nepal's head of state and monarch from 1768 to 2008. He served as the head of the Nepalese monarchyShah Dynasty. The monarchy was founded in 1768 and was abolished on 28 May 2008 by the Nepalese Constituent Assembly. The subnational monarchies in Mustang, Bajhang, Salyan, and Jajarkot were also abolished in October. History Further information: History of Nepal and Kingdom of Nepal The Kingdom of Nepal was founded on 25 September 1768 by a Prithvi Narayan Shah, a Gorkha king who succeeded in unifying the kingdoms of Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur into a single state under his Shah dynasty. The Kingdom suffered a major defeat in the Anglo-Nepalese War (1814–16) against the British East India Company. The Treaty of Sugauli was signed in 1816, ceding large parts of the Nepali territories of Terai and Sikkim (nearly one third of the country) to the British, in exchange for Nepalese autonomy. From 1846 until 1951, the country was de facto ruled by the hereditary Prime Ministers from the Rana dynasty, reducing the role of the Shah monarch to that of a figurehead. The Kingdom of Nepal was an absolute monarchy for most of its history. In November 1990, after the Jana Andolan movement, the new Constitution was adopted and the country became a constitutional monarchy. On 13 February 1996, the Nepalese Civil War was launched by the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), with the aim of overthrowing the kingdom and establishing a 'People's Republic'. On 1 June 2001, Crown Prince Dipendra went on a shooting spree and murdered his father, King Birendra, his mother Queen Aishwarya, and several other members of the royal family. Afterwards, he shot himself. Immediately after the massacre, Dipendra was proclaimed king while in a coma, but he died on 4 June 2001, after a three-day reign. His uncle, Prince Gyanendra, was appointed regent for the three days, then ascended the throne himself after Dipendra died. On 1 February 2005, as the security situation deteriorated in the civil war, King Gyanendra declared a state of emergency, suspended the Constitution and assumed direct control over the country. Prithvi Narayan Shah बडामहाराजधिराज पृथ्वीनारायण शाह Prithvi Narayan Shah of Nepal Pratap Singh Shah प्रतापसिंह शाह Pratap Singh Shah of Nepal Rana Bahadur Shah रण बहादुर शाह Rana Bahadur Shah of Nepal Girvan Yuddha Bikram Shah गीर्वाणयुद्ध विक्रम शाह Girvan Yuddha Bikram Shah of Nepal Rajendra Bikram Shah राजेन्द्र बिक्रम शाह Rajendra Bikram Shah of Nepal Surendra Bikram Shah सुरेन्द्र बिक्रम शाह Prithvi Bir Bikram Shah पृथ्वी वीर बिक्रम शाह Prithvi Bir Bikram Shah of Nepal Tribhuvan Bir Bikram Shah त्रिभुवन वीर बिक्रम शाह Tribhuvan Bir Bikram Shah of Nepal Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah ज्ञानेन्द्र वीर बिक्रम शाह Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah of Nepal Tribhuvan Bir Bikram Shah त्रिभुवन वीर बिक्रम शाह Tribhuvan Bir Bikram Shah of Nepal Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah महेन्द्र वीर बिक्रम शाह Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah of Nepal Birendra Bir Bikram Shah वीरेन्द्र वीर बिक्रम शाह Birendra Bir Bikram Shah of Nepal Dipendra Bir Bikram Shah दीपेन्द्र वीर बिक्रम शाह Dipendra Bir Bikram Shah of Nepal Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah ज्ञानेन्द्र वीर बिक्रम शाह Murder of the royal family On 1 June 2001, a number of members of the Shah dynasty were murdered in the royal palace. A High Commission report concluded that the royal family was slaughtered by Crown Prince Dipendra. This remains controversial.[citation needed] Among the dead were the Crown Prince's father, King Birendra and his brother, Prince Nirajan. After the attack, Dipendra was in a coma and was declared king for a short time. He died a few days later. Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev, Dipendra's uncle, took the throne. In February 2005, he dismissed the parliament in order to govern in his own right.
https://wn.com/Kings_Of_Nepal._History_Of_Kings_Of_Nepal.
Biggest Bio Gas Power Plant installed in Nepal and covered by News Channels

Biggest Bio Gas Power Plant installed in Nepal and covered by News Channels

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200 m3 multi-feed Biogas Digester / Plant producing 40 kva of Electricity for 12 to 15 hours per day and is also used for cooking purpose. The installation is bigest in Nepal and created a Headlines in all leading News Channels and Newspapers. To watch our all uploaded Site Videos please SEARCH for 'perfectgasgenerators.in' in the SEARCH BOX of YOUTUBE or visit our website www.perfectbiowastepower.in
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Bio Reviving the vanishing Vultures-Nepal .wmv

Bio Reviving the vanishing Vultures-Nepal .wmv

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Vulture is vanishing at an alarming rate in South Asia. Scientists have pinpointed the cause of vulture decline to be the drug called Diclofenac, which is exclusively used to treat cattle in south Asia. Four species of vultures namely white rumped vulture, slender billed vulture, longed bill vulture and Egyptian vulture are listed as critically endangered category. Vulture being an efficient cleaner of environment, their decline let to increase in rats, feral dogs, which in turn increases the zoonotic diseases in human population. The Project in Bufferzone of Chitwan National Park- World Heritage, site has significantly increased the population and breeding colonies of vanishing vultures. The project has introduced the concept of declaring Diclofenac free zone and also instrumental in developing Vulture conservation National Plan 2009-2013.
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ग्यास किन्ने पैसा यसरी बचाउन सकिन्छ ! - Bio Gas Using In Jhapa - Nepal

ग्यास किन्ने पैसा यसरी बचाउन सकिन्छ ! - Bio Gas Using In Jhapa - Nepal

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Bio Gas In Nepal..... "Nepal Pride TV" is authorized to upload this video.Using of this video by another channels without our permission will be strictly prohibited. Subscribe:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO4td5yU0j6cUlllQqzaywQ?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook Link:https://www.facebook.com/Nplptv/ Tweeter:https://twitter.com/tv_nepal Google +:https://plus.google.com/117986166112939127794 Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/nepalpridetv/
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Bio Spirits Nepal presents Bio VODKA and WHISKY

Bio Spirits Nepal presents Bio VODKA and WHISKY

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  • Updated: 04 May 2016
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Dont Drink If you can .. Drink BIO if you MUST
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Biotechnology In Nepal (Part I)

Biotechnology In Nepal (Part I)

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  • Updated: 04 May 2011
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BSN talking about Biotechnology in Nepal on program "Yuwa Sansar" Radio MirMire FM (89.4 MGhz) on 2 May 2011.
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Bio Conserving the Khumbu Alpine area Mt Everest-Nepal.wmv

Bio Conserving the Khumbu Alpine area Mt Everest-Nepal.wmv

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The alpine landscapes in Khumbu area have been degraded over the past 20-30 years as a result of contemporary, unsustainable uses that include burning, overgrazing, increasing numbers of pack stock, and the accelerated harvesting of slow-growing shrubs for fuel wood. Especially during the last 20 years, the removal of these soil-binding shrubs from the fragile and thin alpine soils has not only contributed to dramatic increases in soil erosion, but also to accelerated landscape denudation that local people refer to as "growing glacial moraines". The goal of the project is to protect and restore the fragile alpine ecosystems of the Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park- one of the two World Heritage Site in Nepal, through the strengthening of local management and conservation capacities. The project targeted the local porters especially the indegenous Sherpa, who are famous for the climbing the Himalayas. Activities including the production of Seabuckthorn juice, drinking water and renovation of Porter's Rest house was promoted to build sustainable livelihood.
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Kitchen west Gas in Nepal

Kitchen west Gas in Nepal

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Why compact bio-gas ? Environment friendly Firstly, it feeds on kitchen wastes as inputs. A large quantity of wastes generate in each household every day. Managing the wastes is a critical problem of individual household, community, village development committee and municipality. In spite of spending significant portion of budget regularly, managing the wastes appropriately and efficiently remained a dream especially in urban and fast urbanizing towns. This gas plant has potentiality to contribute in managing the kitchen wastes efficiently. If each household becomes able to manage its kitchen wastes on its own, dream of clean home and eventually clean city would be materialized sooner. Secondly, it is smoke and dust free. Health sensitive Use of firewood and bio-mass for cooking produces smoke and shoot that create in-door air pollution causing problems on eye and respiratory system on those who are exposed to it for longer time. It is additional financial burden for health services and necessary medicines. This gas produced from the compact biogas plant is smokeless and order-less. There is no or less health risks associated with comparison to firewood, bio-mass and cattle-dung cake being used widely in the communities. Technology Name : Kitchen west Gas Production Company : Birgunj Nepal Business Consultancy Pvt.Ltd. Address : Birgunj-14, Parsa (Nepal) Contact Person : Sunil kumar sah Contact No. : 00977-9802023172 E-mail Address : bnbc67@yahoo.com
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Biography of Bidhya Devi Bhandari, Nepal's president

Biography of Bidhya Devi Bhandari, Nepal's president

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Biography of the first female president of Nepal, Bidhya Devi Bhandari.
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"Chulo"- Smokeless Kitchen In Nepal

"Chulo"- Smokeless Kitchen In Nepal

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"Chulo" Stoves with Chimneys- Smokless kitchens in Nepal Unlike gas or electric stoves found in urban kitchens in Nepal, in most villages traditional clay stoves called chulo are being used. Timber and non- timber forest products are burnt in these stoves for every meal prepaed. In a scenario where bio gas stoves are getting popular, efforts to improve traditional Nepali chulo are underway. The main goal is to add a chimney that lets out the smoke. By evacuating the smoke there are health benefits as well. 3 French student members of a French Humanitarian organization named Soleil Vert helped to build 6 smokeless stoves in Sauraha Chitwan and other VDCs in upper Dhangadi. Smokeless Chulo is a smart choice for many villagers because it helps them avoid damage to their lungs and eye irritation. By making simple improvements their smokeless kitchen becomes a great place for family gatherings. Heat loss is avoided because this stove helps heat to get concentrated in a narrow space under the cooking pots.
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Biography Of Miss Nepal Nikita Chandak | को हुन मिस नेपाल 2017 बिजेता निकिता चन्दक?

Biography Of Miss Nepal Nikita Chandak | को हुन मिस नेपाल 2017 बिजेता निकिता चन्दक?

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Biography Of Miss Nepal Nikita Chandak || को हुन मिस नेपाल 2017 बिजेता निकिता चान्दक?? Turning Path Biography of Paul Shah : https://youtu.be/UPz-09jR9Nw Biography of Niti shah : https://youtu.be/zXQ8xy2gkCM Biography of Pooja Sharma : https://youtu.be/MBPRI2q7Vlc Kale dai Hot dance : https://youtu.be/Pm615BAXpOU © Turning Path यस च्यानलमा भएका कुनै पनि भिडियोहरु Download गरी अन्य Channel मा अपलोड गरेको पाईेएमा प्रचलित कानुन बमोजिम कारवाही गरी सो च्यानल बन्द गराईनेछ । ****Follow me: ***** Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/turningpath/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/turning1_path
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Danny Denzongpa - Biography

Danny Denzongpa - Biography

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Subscribe for More Biographies - http://bit.ly/PeopleAndHistory Danny Denzongpa (born 25 February 1948) is an Indian actor, singer and film director of Sikkimese Bhutia descent. He has mainly worked in Bollywood films, though he has also appeared in several Nepali, Tamil, Bengali and Telugu films. Know more about Celebrities, Actors, Personalities, Events, Festivals etc. Click Here ► https://www.youtube.com/user/PeopleandHistory to find out more about your favourite stars. ► Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PeopleAndHistory ► Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/People_History ► Circle us on G+: google.com/+PeopleandHistory ► Follow us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/peoplehistory/ ► Website: http://www.ultraindia.com
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Biogas - A New Source of Energy for Nepal | Global Ideas

Biogas - A New Source of Energy for Nepal | Global Ideas

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A climate protection project under the aegis of the World Wildlife Fund is treading new ground in the Nepalese lowlands. In order to protect local ecosystems, 7,500 small biogas plants are being constructed and installed for farmers and their families, reducing the demand for non-sustainable firewood and diminishing carbon emissions as a consequence of deforestation. One plant can deliver sufficient cooking energy for a family with at least two cows or buffaloes.
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National News in NEPAL : Electricity Generation from Biogas & Cylinder filling for Cooking in NEPAL

National News in NEPAL : Electricity Generation from Biogas & Cylinder filling for Cooking in NEPAL

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First of its kind Biogas Electricity Generation Plant of 40 KVa in Nepal, which also is the biggest Biogas Plant producing 200 m3 of Bio Gas per day. The Plant is built on "Turn Key" basis by Perfect Bio-waste & Power Management Pvt. Ltd. (India) with the total cost of US$ 60,000. To watch our all uploaded Site Videos please SEARCH for 'perfectgasgenerators.in' in the SEARCH BOX of YOUTUBE.
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