Government expenditure increases by 30 per centBy The Rising Nepal
The federal expenditure for the first two months of the current fiscal year has increased by 30 per cent in comparison to the same period of the previous fiscal year (FY).
Sanu Sherpa climbing Dhaulagiri to set record of conquering 14 highest peaks twiceBy The Rising Nepal
Sanu Sherpa, who has set a world record by climbing 14 mountains above 8000 meters, is going to climb Dhaulagiri mountain again to set a new record. He said that he is going to climb Dhaulagiri to become the first person in the world by climbing 14 high mountains above 8000 meters twice.
'Researches elevate educational sector'By The Rising Nepal
The University Grant Commission of Nepal (UGC) has stressed the need for various researches and investigations to boost the education sector and overall development of the country.
Indra Jatra begins with erection of lingo at Basantapur (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
One of the biggest festivals celebrated in Kathmandu valley Indra Jatra has begun with the erection of a lingo (sacred wooden pole) at Hanumandhoka premises in Basantapur Darbar Square on Saturday morning.
World will defeat COVID with science and technology: PMBy The Rising Nepal
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that the world would defeat COVID-19 soon by using science and technology. Addressing the 9th Science Day event virtually, the Prime Minister, who is also handling the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, said the government had a plan to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from the investment in scientific research and its promotion.
Missing border pillars await installation in IlamBy The Rising Nepal
Maintenance of age-old border pillars that have been lost or in dilapidated conditions in the eastern district of Ilam has been mired in limbo for years now. Though Nepal-India Joint Survey team is tasked with keeping the record and monitoring of such pillars, the team has yet to visit the places because of various reasons, including the coronavirus pandemic. Chief District Officer of Ilam, Dhurba Bahadur Khadka, said that many borders demarcating Nepal-India border had been missing from the Sandakpur-Jirmale...
Hanumandhoka museum starts issuing separate ticketss to foreign visitorsBy The Rising Nepal
Hanumandhoka Durbar Museum has begun issuing its own ticket to foreign visitors entering the museum from Friday, separate from the one issued by Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC). This means that international tourists will now have to buy a ticket of Rs. 300 to enter the museum in addition to a Rs. 1,000 ticket they need to purchase to enter the Hanumandhoka Durbar Square. Sandeep Khanal, executive director of the Hanumandhoka Durbar Museum Development Committee, said that the museum was forced...
Large flock of small pratincoles seen in Mohana RiverBy The Rising Nepal
The largest flock of small pratincoles, called Pani Gauthali in Nepali, has been found in the Mohana River in Kailali. This is the second time such a large number of small pratincoles have been observed outside a protected area in Nepal.
Music video ‘Himal Bata Hiun Pagli’ releasedBy The Rising Nepal
A collection of Nepali lyrical poem Pattharko Mutu written by Chintamani Siwakoti and a music video of one of the songs Himal was released on Friday. The music video Himal Bata Hiun Pagli of the song and the book consisting of 52 songs were released amid a programme in Kathmandu. Lyricist Siwakoti is the former Deputy Governor of Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB).