'A 10-year-old Kiwi plant gives more income than food grains produced in 10 ropani land': story of a Kiwi farmerBy The Rising Nepal
A 10-year-old kiwi plant yields more production than the crops produced in 10 ropani of land. If you are diligent and work hard in the land, there is no problem to be self-reliant, said Budhathoki.
Two persons from Dang die of COVID-19 while under treatment in BankeBy The Rising Nepal
A 67-year-old male of Bangau, Gorahi Sub-metropolitan City-9 in Dang district died last night while another male aged 68, a permanent resident of Beluwa, Tulsipur Sub-metropolitan City-9 also in Dang district, died from the infection this morning,
Analysis: With silence, GOP enables Trump’s risky endgameBy The Rising Nepal
Republicans in Congress are engaged in a risky but calculated bet that once President Donald Trump has exhausted his legal challenges to the election, he will come to grips with his loss to President-elect Joe Biden.
Reviving traditional music in modern times: Dapha CallingBy The Rising Nepal
Dapha Calling is a four-part panel discussion series that revolved around the knowledge within traditional music groups from the Newar community which are called Dāphā Khalah in Nepal Bhasa. This series is presented by the U.S. Embassy’s Book Bus and is jointly organized by the Tahnani Dapha Khalah, Kirtipur, Satori Center for the Arts and Quixote’s Cove. The organizing committee of the event aims to create a virtual space for Dapha practitioners, researchers, music educators, policy-makers...
Kerr says she’s ‘So Happy’ ex-husband Bloom found PerryBy The Rising Nepal
Miranda Kerr couldn’t be happier for her blended family. The 37-year-old model was praised by Drew Barrymore during an appearance on her talk show on Friday for her relationship with ex-husband Orlando Bloom’s fiancee, Katy Perry. Barrymore called Kerr and Perry’s relationship “so positive and such an amazing example” of how women should be. “I adore Katy and I just feel so happy that Orlando has found someone that makes his heart so happy,” Kerr replied. “Because at the end of...
Loan Flow To Rescue Businesses In TroubleBy The Rising Nepal
The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered unprecedented economic crisis with the abrupt cessation of public mobility across the globe. Onerous lockdowns and other stringent measures, adopted to control the spread of novel coronavirus, disrupted supply chains and caused the closures of small and big enterprises. Like other South Asian nations, Nepal also suffered the economic shocks from the virus outbreak. However, Nepal’s condition is more precarious compared to its neighbours becau
Preventing Pneumonia DeathsBy The Rising Nepal
Every year 12 November is celebrated as a World Pneumonia Day with the aims to raise awareness about the illness and to advocate for global action for protection. Pneumonia is the single largest infectious cause of death in children and most prevalent in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. It, however, affects children throughout the world. Despite major advances in our understanding of the burden and epidemiology of childhood acute respiratory infections, pneumonia killed 808,694 children under...
Anti-COVID-19 Vaccine Brings Cheers To PeopleBy The Rising Nepal
Amid celebrations of Dashain, Tihar and Chhat festivals, good news has been circulated to the people around the world that the vaccines against COVID-19 have now been at their final stages. This has created a glimmer of hope that the world may become free from the coronavirus pandemic in the next couple of months or so. Pfizer, BioNTech, Moderna, Novavax, Johnson & Johnson, Novavax, AstraZeneca and Oxford have claimed that they have made significant achievement in the development of vaccines against...
NC central office seeks lists of active members in 25 daysBy The Rising Nepal
The Nepali Congress central office has directed its 77 district committees to send the lists of active membership renewal and new membership distribution within 25 days. The party was trying to finalise active membership list for its 14th general convention preparation.
LGBTIQ community raises voice against discrimination, harassment and violenceBy The Rising Nepal
On November 17, social media was awash with the people outraged by a video which had gone viral. The video in question showed Nikisha Shrestha, a transwoman, being harassed by two boys on a scooter while walking along the road in Ward No. 1 of Bhaktapur Municipality. The ones riding the scooter can be seen chasing Shrestha, a popular Tik Tok and social media content creator, across different places while hurling unsavoury and derogatory words at her. Shortly after the video was uploaded on the internet,...