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References Diakonoff A. 1964. Tortricidae. [In:] Lepidoptera des deutschen Nepal-Expedition. Teil II, Veröffentlichungen der Zoologischen Staatssammlung München 8 : 43-50, pls. 24-26. Diakonoff A. 1976. Tortricoidea from Nepal, 2. Zoologische Verhandelingen 144 , 145 pp., 14 pls. Razowski J. 1966. World fauna of the Tortricini (Lepidoptera, Tortricidae). Państwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe, Kraków, 576 pp, 41 pls. Razowski J. 1981. Notes and system of Polyorthini (Lepidoptera, Tortricidae). Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia 25 : 309-318. Razowski J., Wojtusiak J. 2009

References Acharya, S. (2015). Rights of Nepal as landlocked country in reference to the transit relation with India and China. Retrieved December 22, 2016, from Asia Times. (2017). Nepal angry after India ‘cuts off ‘ essential supplies in dispute over constitution. Retrieved May 20, 2017, from Baral, B. (2016). India’s blockade has opened the door for China in Nepal. The Wire. Retrieved

Globally, around 16 million people inject (illicit) drugs and 3 million of them are living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. On average, 1 of every 10 new HIV infections worldwide is caused by injecting drugs using contaminated apparatus. People Who Inject Drugs (PWID) are at a high risk of HIV infection, and are increasingly targeted to prevent the spread of HIV [ 1 ]. In Nepal, the HIV epidemic among PWID is severe [ 2 , 3 ]. Nepal is recognized as a country facing a concentrated HIV epidemic. The National Centre for AIDS and STD Control (NCASC

References Acharya K.P., Rokaya M.B. 2005. Ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants traded in the streets of Kathmandu valley. Scientific World 3(3): 44-48. Acharya K.P., Rokaya M.B. 2010. Medicinal orchids of Nepal: are they well protected? Our Nature 8. 82-91. DOI: 10.3126/on.v8i1.4315. Acharya K.P., Vetaas O.R., Birks H.J.B. 2011. Orchid species richness along Himalayan elevational gradients. J. Biogeogr. 38: 1821-1833. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2699.2011.02511.x. Bajracharya D.M., Shakya L.R. 2002. Nepalese orchids: its status and systematics. Journal of Natural

measures in blood transfusion [ 17 ]. In 2012, the neighboring country of Nepal in South Asia, India has launched a hemovigilance program, which is known as Haemovigilance Programme of India and makes a significant portion of a pharmacovigilance program at a nationwide level. With a roadmap of five years with four phases of hemovigilance, i.e., the phase of launching, the phase of expanding and partnership, the phase of development and conservation, and the phase of optimizing, it is an all-inclusive, integrated, and well-structured method [ 18 ]. Scope of Hemovigilance

References Bhusal S. J., Thapa R. B. (2006) - Response of colony strength to honey production: regression and correlation analysis. J. Inst.Agric. Anim. Sci ., 27: 133-137. [on line] Bhusal S. J., Kafle L., Thapa R. B., Shih Ch. J. (2011) - Effect of colony strength on the performance of honeybees ( Apis mellifera ) in Nepal (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Sociobiology , 58(2): 435-447. Farrar C. L. (1937) - The influence of colony populations on honey production. J. Agric.Res ., 54(12): 945

., & LEE S. H. 2010: Revision of the plant bug tribe Phylini from Nepal (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae). Entomologica Americana 116 : 1–48. GHAHARI, H., CARPINTERO D. L. & OSTOVAN H. 2009: An annotated catalogue of the Iranian Anthocoridae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Cimicomorpha). Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae 49 : 43–58. GHAURI M. S. K. 1972: The identity of Orius tantillus (Motschusky) and notes on other Oriental Anthocoridae (Hemiptera, Heteroptera). Journal of Natural History 6 : 409–421. HENRY T. J. 1988: Family Anthocoridae. Pp. 12–28. In: HENRY T. J

References Ahmad F., Joshi S. R., Gurung M. B. (2003) -The Himalayan cliff bee Apis laboriosa and the honey hunters of Kaski. ICIMOD; Kathmandu, Nepal. pp.52. Deodikar G. B., Ghatge A. L., Phadke R. P., Mahindre D. B., Kshirsagar K. K., Muvel K. S., Thakar S. S. (1977) - Nesting behaviour of Indian honeybees. III. Nesting behaviour of Apis dorsata Fab. Indian Bee J. , 39: 1-12. Dyer F. C., Seeley T. D. (1994) - Colony migration in the tropical honey bee Apis dorsata. (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Insectes soc. , 41: 129-140. Hepburn H. R. (2011) - Absconding

Drilini. Zootaxa 4012 : 78–96. KUNDRATA R. 2012a: Taxonomic review of the Himalayan species of Selasia Laporte, 1836 (Coleoptera: Elateridae: Agrypninae: Drilini). Annales Zoologici 62 : 261–266. KUNDRATA R. 2012b: Description of Selasia socotrana sp. nov. (Elateridae: Agrypninae: Drilini) from Socotra Island, with notes on S. homhilia. Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae 52 (Supplementum 2) : 213–218. KUNDRATA R. 2017: New species of Selasia Laporte, 1836 (Elateridae: Agrypninae: Drilini) from Nepal and Pakistan. Zootaxa 4344 : 380–386. KUNDRATA R

References 1. SAARC Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS Centre (STC). Tuberculosis Control in the SAARC Region-An update 2007. STC. Thimi, Bhaktapur 2007; p. 36-40. 2. Department of Health Services, Government of Nepal. Annual Report. Kathmandu; 2008. 3. Harries A, Maher D, Uplekar M. National Tuberculosis Programme of Nepal: A Clinical Manual, National Tuberculosis Centre. Thimi, Bhakatpur; 1998. 4. Uplekar MW, Rangan S, Weiss MG, Ogden J, Borgdorff MW, Hudelson P. Attention to gender issues in tuberculosis control. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 2001; 5: 220-4. 5. Shrestha L