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Over 1,000 fowls culled after bird flu (kh 24/06/2022)

Lalitpur Metropolis launches veterinary ambulance service in coordination with Sneha’s Care (rep 22/06/2022), Lalitpur launches animal ambulance service : The City has handed over the veterinary ambulance to a non-profit animal shelter. The non-profit plans to use the ambulance to rescue street dogs and stray animals in need of attention, by Anup Ojha (kp 25/06/2022)

National Veterinary Conference kicks off in Pokhara (kh 18/06/2022)

Classical swine fever detected : A team of experts and technicians confirmed classical swine fever in Dharan’s pig farms as commercial farms report a high number of swine deaths in the past two months, by Pradeep Menyangbo (kp 15/06/2022)

Nepal reports first deadly African swine fever outbreak : 934 pigs have died so far from the highly contagious virus in the Kathmandu valley, according to a report, by Arjun Poudel (kp 20/05/2022), Govt urges pig farms to be on high alert : Highly contagious African swine fever ravages six farms in valley (ht 21/05/2022)

Bird flu confirmed in 116,000 chickens in Chitwan (kh 07/05/2022)

Bird flu detected in Hetauda (rep 29/04/2022)

Bird flu spreads in 13 districts, govt appeals for high vigilance (kh 05/04/2022)

Bird flu detected again in Bhaktapur (kh 12/03/2022)

High alert measures put in place in Kavre to avoid bird-flu outbreak (kh 24/02/2022)

Experts Warn Bird Flu Could Become A Pandemic, by Mahima Devkota (rn 17/02/2022), Bird flu outbreak: Ways to protect poultry industry, by Kedar Karki (ht 17/02/2022)

Bird flu detected in Chitwan, by Arjun Poudel (kp 17/02/2022)

Bird flu detected at two locations in Morang (kh 01/02/2022), Government issues Bird Flu Control Regulation (ht 06/02/2022)

Campaign launched to sterilise stray dogs in Besisahar : Authorities in Besisahar underscore the importance of sterilisation and vaccination to control stray dog population and protect people from rabies, by Aash Gurung (kp 22/12/2021)

Nepal Targets To Reduce Rabies Cases To Zero, by 2030 (rn 28/09/2021)

74 thousand goats in Parsa vaccinated against PPR (kh 04/07/2021)

Nepal Veterinary Association starts free phone consultation service for livestock farmers and pet owners : The 24-hour service is available only on calls made from Nepal Telecom numbers and will be available throughout the pandemic, the association says (kp 10/06/2021)

Bird flu detected in Kathmandu again (kh 26/05/2021), Bird flu detected again at three places in Kathmandu (kh 27/05/2021)

Viral infection stalking canine population of Biratnagar and surrounding areas : Puppies between the ages of two and six months prone to the infection, veterinarians say, by Deo Narayan Sah (kp 05/03/2021)

Kathmandu Valley reports bird flu for a second time in less than a month (rep 26/02/2021)

Bird Flu detected in Kathmandu (rep 30/01/2021), Nepal bans import of poultry products after bird flu detected : Docs urge to take precautions (kh 31/01/2021), Bird flu scare : The outbreak of bird flu is particularly worrisome at this period of time when the country is battling against the coronavirus (ht 02/02/2021)

Lumpy skin disease hits livestock (ht 02/08/2020)

Govt implements health strategy to control zoonosis (ht 30/01/2020)

Livestock service business to be made systematic (ht 29/12/2019), Animal care: The health of animals should also be of concern to everyone, as there is an interdependent relationship with that of humans (ht 30/12/2019)

More than 20 cows found dead in Surkhet, by Suyamani Gautam (ht 31/08/2019)

Mysterious deaths of cattle send wildlife officials scrambling for answers: Last week, 44 cattle died in Sunsari which conservationists and veterinarians say could pose immediate danger to park animals and local residents, by Pradeep Menyangbo (kp 12/08/2019)

Yaks left to graze in the meadows dying of hunger, by Ananda Gautam (kp 12/05/2019)

Bird flu detected in Nawalparasi (East), by Navin Poudel (kp 10/05/2019)

Risk of rabies among animals rising in Chitwan: In Bharatpur, 12 animals have died because of rabies in a span of just eight months, by Pramita Dhakal (kp 08/05/2019)

Bird flu outbreak confirmed, but under control, by Ujjwal Satyal (ht 08/04/2019)

Samples of dead crows and chickens to be sent to Australia for laboratory tests: Over 350 crows died of H5N1 virus in Kathmandu in recent weeks, by Arjun Poudel (kp 07/04/2019)

Over 2,900 H5N1 virus infected chickens culled in Bhaktapur: A separate team was deployed at Tokha Municipality in Kathmandu  to slaughter bird flu-infected poultry, by Arjun Poudel (kp 05/04/2019)

Eggs worth Rs 185,000 destroyed in Ramechhap (ht 04/04/2019)

Over 41,000 chickens to be slaughtered in Hetauda, by Pratap Bista (kp 17/03/2019), Bird flu detected in two Kathmandu poultry farms (kp 18/03/2019), Over 77,000 chickens slaughtered: H5N1 outbreak in Kathmandu, Makwanpur and Kaski confirmed, by Arjun Poudel and Lal Prasad Sharma (kp 19/03/2019)

PM Oli inaugurates livestock vaccine plant in Kavre, by Krishana Prasain (kp 15/02/2019)

Hoof-and-mouth disease breaks out in Ramechhap (ht 24/01/2019)

Rabid dogs terrorising Triyuga locals (ht 06/01/2019)

Right against epidemics: Poultry experts show red card to Newcastle; Animal husbandry provides 150,000 jobs across Nepal, by Nayak Paudel (kp 21/11/2018)

600 fowls die of ‘Ranikhet’ disease in Rukum West (kp 18/06/2018)

Stray dogs call the shots in city: Five people die in Kathmandu after dogs infected with rabies virus bite them, by Anup Ojha (kp 06/06/2018)

‘Bird flu’ fear brings down consumption, price of chicken in the country (ht 06/06/2018)

KMC to sterilise stray dogs, vaccinate them against rabies (ht 02/06/2018)

Bird flu outbreak in Kathmandu (ht 26/05/2018)

Bird flu detected in Chitwan (kp 19/05/2018), Epidemiology team starts work in areas affected by bird flu (kp 21/05/2018)

Wildlife hospital of Sauraha in final stage of construction, by Sabita Shrestha (rep 12/04/2018)

Chitwan on high alert for bird flu (ht 26/03/2017)

Avian influenza: Fowl plague, by Kedar Karki (ht 22/03/2017)

DoAH boosts surveillance after outbreak of H5N8 virus confirmed (ht 15/03/2017)

Rabies-infected wild rats terrorise locals (ht 13/03/2017)

Bird flu detected in Taltalaiya children park (kp 09/03/2017)

Chitwan taking measures to check bird flu, by Bimal Khatiwada (kp 07/03/2017)

One swine flu case detected in Kathmandu (kp 03/03/2017)

Bird flu in poultry farm in Pokhara alarms officials, by Lal Prasad Sharma (kp 26/02/2017), 300 fowls culled in ‘flu infected area’, by Lal Prasad Sharma (kp 27/02/2017)

Warning against mongoose-transmitted rabies (ht 31/01/2017)

Bird flu biggest threat to poultry industry, by Bimal Khatiwada (kp 12/01/2017)

Kathmandu to get advanced vet hospital (ht 18/08/2016)

Only veterinary hospital struggling to survive (ht 09/06/2016)

PPR epidemic still not under control in Bajura district (ht 14/03/2016)

20 tuskers infected with tuberculosis (ht 26/02/2016)

Viral disease affecting goats and sheep spreads to Humla, by Jay Bahadur Rokaya (kp 20/02/2016)

3k goats, sheep dead from viral disease, by Arjun Shah (kp 18/02/2016)

Free health camp for pet, stray dogs (kp 27/09/2015)

Three dozen sheep die of ovine rinderpest (ht 25/04/2015)

Veterinarians object to Act amendment move (ht 01/04/2015), Vets rally against government move: As per the Cabinet decision even non-veterinary personnel can qualify for key positions at the Nepal Veterinary Council (kp 02/04/2015)

PPR taking toll on sheep (ht 06/03/2015)

Without vehicles, livestock service thrown out of gear, by Anup Ojha (kp 04/01/2015)

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