Online system boosts revenue collectionBy The Rising Nepal
The revenue collection has increased with the introduction of online system in the Land Revenue Office of Panchthar. Since the leakage of revenue has been stopped after the implementation of online system since June 2017, the trend of revenue collection has also increased.
Dhanusa to vaccinate all aged above 18 from December 10By The Rising Nepal
The vaccines against COVID-19 are being administered to everyone above 18 years of age in the Dhanusha district of Province 2 from December 10 to 14. During an interaction programme with the media organised at the Health Office, Dhanusha, the office informed that the Vero Cell vaccine would be administered to people aged 18 and above across the district for five days starting from December 10.
Vivah Panchami being celebratedBy The Rising Nepal
The festival of Vivah Panchami is being celebrated throughout the country on Wednesday by worshipping and paying homage to Lord Ram and Goddess Sita. The day is magnificently celebrated at the Janaki temple in Janakpurdham, Dhanusha. The religious and cultural festival is observed on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha, according to Hindu calendar.
President extends best wishes on Vivah PanchamiBy The Rising Nepal
President Bidya Devi Bhandari has said that Vivah Panchami, the ancient festival, will help strengthen mutual harmony, tolerance and national unity. Extending her best wishes on the occasion of Vivah Panchami, President Bhandari said, “I am confident that this ancient cultural festival will help deepen the spirit of mutual harmony, tolerance and brotherhood in the geographically and culturally diverse Nepali society by preserving and promoting our original culture.”
Chhaupadi Still PrevailsBy The Rising Nepal
Discrimination against menstruating women is still prevalent in Nepal. Women are considered impure during their periods. This stigma is prevalent among women of all socio-economic groups. But Chhaupadi practice, in which menstruating women an
Dealing With Digital DisinformationBy The Rising Nepal
There is a general correlation between online media and a fast track vehicle. In the quest to upload news as soon as possible, the online dailies are like a fast track vehicle where people are rushing even inside the running vehicle. “The online media has only become a medium where news is given in a rush. It is yet to become effective in verifying facts and presenting important public interest issues,” says Shiva Gaule, editor Onlinekhabar.com.
NCP Split And Missed OpportunityBy The Rising Nepal
The communist movement emerged in Nepal with the establishment of the Nepal Communist Party on September 15, 1949. The founding General Secretary of the party was Pushpa Lal Shrestha. The main objectives of the party were to depose the Rana regime and eliminate feudalism and imperialism. Since then, much water has flowed under the Bagmati bridge. The communists have split and re-united umpteen times. However, the merger in May 2018 between the CPN-UML under the l
Trials Of YouthsBy The Rising Nepal
The youth today has to contend with a plethora of adversities such as climate change, unemployment, pandemic fears and a bleak future especially to the disadvantaged. Additional worries over mental and emotional health too take a toll on the young minds.
Dangerous storm threatens havoc across Hawaiian archipelagoBy The Rising Nepal
From the empty shores of Oahu’s Waikiki Beach to the snowy summit of the Big Island’s highest peak, an unusually strong winter storm is clobbering the Hawaiian Islands and raising the threat of dangerous flash floods, landslides and crashing tree limbs.