Bashu Dev Deshar

Bashu Dev Deshar
Rissho University · Department of Economics

Phd in Environmental Economics

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Education
April 2009 - March 2014
Rissho University
Field of study
  • Environmental Systems Analysis and Economics

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Publications (12)
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Tripiṭaka, also referred to as Tipiṭaka, is the traditional term for the Buddhist scriptures.[1][2] The version canonical to Theravada Buddhism is often referred to as Pali Canon in English. Mahayana Buddhism also reveres the Tripitaka as authoritative but, unlike Theravadins, it also reveres various derivative literature and commentaries that were...
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In this modern age, most people in developed and developing countries are affected by mental illness. There are many mental illnesses, and their differing symptoms impact peoples' lives in different ways. These illnesses affect the way people think and feel, as well as how they behave with others. Mental illness results from compound interactions b...
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Stone mining industries in Chapagaon, Lalitpur area is in regular operation since more than 35 years. In this long period, the operators of mines and stone crushing have cleared up the vast area of forest for the purpose of stone mining. As a result the fragile forest ecology, biodiversity and scenery beauty of this area have been widely devastated...
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This paper is a review of agricultural degradation and its impacts on economy and environment in Nepal. It includes an overview of agriculture in Nepal and the changes that have taken place. This paper has basically been applied descriptive cum analytical research design to complete. Agricultural development has been sluggish, and has failed to kee...
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The History of squatter settlements on the bank of Bagmati River shows that these were established more than 50 years ago but they were few in comparison to the present. Growth rate is 37.94 percent in relatively small; some comprise fewer than 20 households are located on public land on the bank of rivers, these are heterogeneous not only in terms...

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