The New York based Human Right Watch published a report accusing Nepal of increased restrictions on Tibetan refugees following the pressure from China.
Another incident of Tibetan self immolation protest against China\'s occupancy of Tibet occurred in Kathmandu on Aug 6.
The Chinese archaeologists have found a very small \"pagoda\" -- it sounds more like an ornate reliquary shaped like a pogoda -- that allegedly contains a gold coffin bearing part of the Buddha\'s skull inside a silver box.
5th \'World Tiger Day\' was celebrated in Kathmandu on 29th July. According to the report pulbished, Tiger population increased by 63% since 2009. 198 Tigers were counted in last census. The number increased from 212 in 2010. Of the 198 tigers, 120 are in Chitwan National Park, 50 in Bardiya National Park, 17 in Shukla Phanta Wildlife Reserve, seven in Parsa Wildlife Reserve and four in Banke National Park.
Nepal Tibet border remained closed in Autumn 2015 for foreigners. Tourists rerouted their visit via Hilsa, Simikot or flying in and out of Lhasa. The overland trip will resume from April 2016
The leading travel guide book publisher, Rough Guide has listed Nepal as the number one destination of the top ten travel destination of 2016.
Prince Harry\'s is taking an official tour of Nepal to observe how the country is recovering from devastating April 2015 earthquake.
Prince Harry completed official visit of Nepal on 28th March with the message that the country is ready to welcome tourists again after the devastating earthquake of April 2015.
International Buddhist conference is held in Nepal to celebrate 2,060th Buddha Jayanti. The conference is supposed to highlight Lumbini as birthplace of Buddha and Nepal as the land of the origin of Buddhist philosophy.
Recent count has recorded increased number of Indian Bison - Gaur in Chitwan National park, a natural heritage sites enlisted by UNESCO.
National Geographic has listed Nepal in its top 10 destination to visit in 2016. The country needs tourism to rebuilt, it says.