Pollution degrades ambience of Ghodaghodi LakeBy The Rising Nepal
The famous Ghodaghodi Lake of Kailali, which is listed in the World Ramsar Area, is in danger of losing its beauty due to increasing pollution. The lake, which is very important for biodiversity, is at risk of losing its credibility. The Lake area was listed as a World Ramsar Site in 2003. However, in recent times, the lake has become dirty and polluted. Plastic and lead bottles are strewn all over, including inside the lake. Rajan Chaudhary, secretary of the Nature Conservation Club Bardiya and...
Baniya, Sharma, Balayar, Shahi elected NC chairs in Bagmati, Gandaki, Karnali & SudurpaschimBy The Rising Nepal
Results of Nepali Congress Provincial Committee election have started pouring in. Results of three provinces have already been made public while counting continues in other three provinces. However the provincial committee general convention has become uncertain in Province-2. Indra Baniya has been elected as Bagmati Province Committee chair of NC by defeating Jagadish Narshingh KC. Baniya received 1058 votes while KC got 927 votes. Bir Bahadur Balayar has been elected Sudurpachim Province Committee...
Cabinet sanctions automatic promotion up to SP in policeBy The Rising Nepal
Nepal Police personnel from junior ranks up to Superintendent of Police (SP) post will now enjoy one level automatic promotion from their existing post when he/she receives compulsory retirement after serving the organisation. The provision will come into effect in Nepal Police after the Cabinet meeting held on November 29 endorsed its 9th amendment proposal to Nepal Police Rules-2014 tabled by the Ministry of Home Affairs as per the recommendation of Police Headquarters. According to Senior...
Stick To Academic CalendarBy The Rising Nepal
Importance of quality education needs no explanation. Education plays an important role in the intellectual growth of individuals as well as all-round development of the nation. This is a reason why the countries across the world make huge investment in education. A nation can make strides in economic sector with its educated and hard-working citizens, even if it lacks natural resources and capital. Higher education helps people become good citizens, creative and independent
Preparing For The ‘Unlikely’By The Rising Nepal
This is no pontification or sermonising but a fact of life: Facing the inevitability does not rob anyone of the ground reality, and death is one such prospect to members of any station in society and of any qualification. After suffering some health complications recently, British Queen Elizabeth, 95, cancelled her scheduled visit to Northern Ireland and spent a night in hospital for undisclosed “preliminary investigations” before resuming official work, even if with reduced schedule.
Stop Politics In Apolitical InstitutionsBy The Rising Nepal
It is a well-known assumption that the government once instituted by the majority is also the government of the minority. Whereas there can be several parties, governments cannot be established in equal numbers within a single state. So, the government of a nation is a common platform for all citizens. Even as several parties contest in the election with their partisan views, they are expected to forget party differences once the election is over and the elected officials c
Pros And Cons Of Social MediaBy The Rising Nepal
It needs no mention that social media is a virtual network where people interact, share their ideas and exchange information with others from around the world. This is an open book for individuals having enthusiasm to explore things. So, this regarded as a good platform for one and all to socialise. The use of social media has increased for years. Around 3.78 billion people in the world now use social media. This figure accounts almost for half of the total global population. But, the time spent...
Lumbini, Janakpur hospital equipped with oxygen generation plantsBy The Rising Nepal
Two new oxygen generation plants came into operation in Lumbini Provincial Hospital in Lumbini Province and Janakpur Provincial Hospital in Province 2 as of December 5, 2021. These plants financed by the World Bank are part of a long-term solution for augmenting Nepal’s capacities for a stronger response to the COVID-19 pandemic and boost self-reliance of provincial hospitals to meet the needs of therapeutic oxygen.
COVID outbreak on cruise ship approaching New OrleansBy The Rising Nepal
The Norwegian Breakaway had departed New Orleans on Nov. 28 and is due to return this weekend, the Louisiana Department of Health said in a news release. Over the past week, the ship made stops in Belize, Honduras and Mexico.
Franklin rescues title favorite ManangBy The Rising Nepal
Cameroonian defender Franklin Kuete Talla rescued title favourites Manang Marsyangdi Club from defeat at the ongoing Martyr's Memorial 'A' Division League as Manang and Sankata Club played 2-2 draw in a dramatic way at Dashrath Stadium, Tripureshwor, Kathmandu on Saturday.