947 new cases of COVID-19 in Kathmandu ValleyThe Rising Nepal
The Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) on Tuesday confirmed 947 new cases of COVID-19 in Kathmandu Valley.
We are committed to an independent judiciary: NCP Chair PrachandaRSS
Chair Prachanda's secretariat stated this in a press note it issued today. It has clarified that the topic mentioned in the political proposal presented in the party's Secretariat Meeting on November 13 was not related to the prestige of the independent judiciary.
China launches Chang'e-5 to collect, return moon samplesThe Rising Nepal
China Tuesday launched a spacecraft to collect and return samples from the moon, the country's first attempt to retrieve samples from an extraterrestrial body.
Xiplomacy shows China's sense of responsibility in time of pandemic, global recessionThe Rising Nepal
Attending an array of international events in the past week that virtually gathered leaders of the world's major economies, Xi has demonstrated China's firm commitment to helping the world defeat COVID-19, building an open world economy, and advocating multilateralism.
Teacher turns to sculptor, earns Rs. 15 lakh a yearThe Rising Nepal
He said that a statue is worth around Rs. 15,000-20,000 and he has been selling statues at the same rate.
COVID-19 update: 1,790 new cases, 2,791 recoveries, 24 deaths in 24 hoursThe Rising Nepal
With 1,790 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed on Tuesday, Nepal's COVID-19 tally has surged to 224,078.
Five killed, six injured in Baitadi jeep accidentThe Rising Nepal
The jeep with registration no. Na 1 Jha 2196 en route to the district headquarters from Jhulaghat met with an accident near Budda Jhal in the afternoon on Tuesday.
Thus grade 12 students take exams amidst COVID-19 pandemic (photo feature)The Rising Nepal
A total of 433,000 students from 4,105 schools are participating in the annual exam which got postponed for over six months due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Two killed in road accidentRSS
Two people travelling on a motorcycle were killed when a gas bullet hit their bike on the East-west highway at Hardi, Rapti Municipality-6 on Monday evening, police said. The deceased are the locals of Hardi. They died on the way to hospital in Bharatpur.
KMC operates mobile van to collect swabRSS
Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has started collecting swab by operating mobile van at every tole in order to make activities related to preventing, controlling and treatment of coronavirus infection more effective.
Price of yellow metal goes down by Rs 1,800 per tolaRSS
Price of yellow metal has decreased by Rs 1,800 per tola in Nepali markets today.
Six local levels resume schools, four others planningRSS
Six among 10 local levels in the district have resumed schools while four others are planning for it. After the federal government gave authority to the local levels to continue teaching-learning disrupted much with Covid-19 pandemic, the six levels here resumed the schools.
Agreement between Manamohan Technical University and Karuna Foundation to run training centreRSS
The Manamohan Technical University of Province-1 and Karuna Foundation have signed agreement to run a skilled oriented training and resource centre.
Biden’s transition gets green light as Trump at last relentsThe Rising Nepal
The federal government recognized President-elect Joe Biden as the “apparent winner” of the Nov. 3 election on Monday, formally starting the transition of power after President Donald Trump spent weeks testing the boundaries of American democracy. He relented after suffering yet more legal and procedural defeats in his seemingly futile effort to overturn the election with baseless claims of fraud.
Crusher industries running illegally in KaskiRSS
The crusher industries in the district are found running illegally here. They have been violating the criteria the government set for the operation.
Harry, Meghan let princess Eugenie move into Frogmore CottageThe Rising Nepal
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have opened up Frogmore Cottage, their U.K. home, to Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank. A source familiar with the situation but not authorized to speak publicly confirmed to USA TODAY that the royal couple is delighted to allow Eugenie and Brooksbank to move in as they start their own family, though it remains Harry and Meghan’s home across the pond.
Credibility Of PCR Reports In QuestionThe Rising Nepal
The credibility of some hospital labs has been questioned after the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test reports of COVID-19 they issued were found to be false. The dubious test reports came to light after some air passengers with virus negative PCR reports tested positive upon being re-tested in the destination country. Actually this may not be the case related to the air passengers alone. There may be many other infected people moving around with virus negative reports. Such an anomaly must be...
Challenge Of Reopening SchoolsThe Rising Nepal
Schools have remained closed since March 18 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Even examinations were postponed. This has affected millions of students across the country. They are worried about their studies. The current academic year, which should have started in Baisakh, has not got off the ground, albeit some schools have started online classes and conducted online examinations, too. Framework
Local Govt’s Role In Disaster ManagementThe Rising Nepal
We were successful in containing COVID-19 by identifying transmission chains with the help of widespread testing and contact tracing,” said Baldev Chaudhari, Mayor of Triyuga Municipality of Udayapur. Chaudhari said that his office mobilised the local people in different layers of anti-pandemic campaign that included isolating new cases and quarantining. The municipality is in the limelight for its exemplary efforts to overcome the threat of deadly virus. With the second largest number of COVID-19...