Space4K Television's commitment is to excel beyond entertainment. We take pride in delivering a quality show that not only entertains but also educates and awakes our audience. Our vision is to be a trusted source of information and entertainment, contributing to the intellectual and cultural enrichment of Nepal.
As a part of the Galaxy Media Group Pvt. Ltd., we benefit from a rich legacy of media expertise and a strong network of resources. This enables us to stay at the forefront of technological advancements and continuously enhance the viewing experience for our audience.
Our core values of transparency and integrity guide our operations. We believe that by highlighting issues related to corruption and advocating for transparency, we can play a vital role in promoting good governance and a fair society in Nepal. We actively collaborate with various stakeholders, including government bodies and civil society, to drive positive change and foster development in our nation.
In short, we are a dedicated and responsible media organization committed to providing valuable content, championing important causes, and contributing to the growth and progress of Nepal.
For more updates, you can find us on "Facebook", "Twitter," "Instagram," "TikTok" and 'Link Tree'. Whether your interests lie in politics, sports, entertainment, health, or lifestyle, #space4ktv is the perfect media platform for you.
In the Himalayan district of Manang, the sheep and goats taken to the lake for grazing have been culled.
As the cold weather has started to increase, the shepherds of the sheep and goatherds have started to move their sheds.
Sagar Gurung, who was raising cattle and sheep in Kerkin, Ngisyang rural municipality-6 of Manang, said that the push started from the 3,600-meter-high lake.
He said that after the snow began to fall, the bed frame was moved. In Manang Ngisang-8 Zulu, 37 families have been rearing sheep collectively.
He said that as the grass dries up and it gets colder, the cowsheds have started to be moved from the lake to Bensi.
Gurung complains that the government is not interested in animal husbandry as a business.
He said that Veterinary Hospital and Animal Services Expert Center Manang also showed no interest.
Gurung said, "Last year, 22 Yaks and 55 Changras died of various diseases, but no help was received from anywhere.
"Last year, more than 250 sheep and goats died in an avalanche," he said, "now snow leopards are also bothering us."
Animal husbandry farmer Yangdung Gurung said that leopards are now more harassing than before.
He said, "In the past, there were many Yak and sheep herds. But adoption has decreased.
Increasing leopard attacks have added to the problem.” Gurung said that now it is difficult to protect the small cubs.
"We were able to chase away some of the cubs when they attacked.
Sometimes you don't know how many times you have eaten. There is trouble for relief.
He complains that when he comes to get Rs.5-10,000 for the relief, it costs Rs.25 to 30,000 to prepare various documents.
Gurung said, "There is no grass like before. Due to lack of grass, now more and more upper lake cowsheds have to be moved.
It does not snow at the right time, which is why the grass is becoming a problem. He said that the farmers are suffering because we cannot adjust to the weather.
Narendra Rai, head of the Veterinary Hospital and Animal Services Expert Center Manang, said that there is a problem with the complicated process as the barn will be built in Bhedachangra, Chawri Lake.
He says that he is doing awareness work for the relief and services provided by the government to the locals here.
Since last June, the shepherds have been grazing the sheep and goats that have been taken to the high lake.
With the growing cold, the lake has been emptying. From the middle of October, feeding is done by keeping a cow around the house.
Now the sheepfold and chawri shed will be kept at the Hocha place.