Bandipur to be developed as a pocket area for goat-keepingBy RSS
Preparation is made to develop the Bandipur rural municiplaity-1 as a pocket area for goat farming. The rural municipality has come up with this idea to ensure self-sufficiency in meat.
Foreign returnees start lucrative business back homeBy The Rising Nepal
Several youths in Bajura who returned home from foreign employment following the global pandemic have now started their own business ventures in their villages.
Bad weather in Kathmandu Valley affects hundreds of flightsBy RSS
The inclement weather in Kathmandu Valley and some parts of the country has affected hundreds of domestic flights from the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) for five days.
Govt to set up market alongside the Sisnekhola-Nagdhunga tunnelBy The Rising Nepal
The Department of roads gears up to initiate the construction of the market alongside the Sisnekhola-Nagdhunga tunnel, the main entry point of Kathmandu Valley.
40 per cent domestic flights cancelled due to smoggy dayBy The Rising Nepal
For an aircraft to take off or land, visibility for a naked eye needs to be five kilometers and for the Instrument Landing System (ILS) it needs to be 1600 meters. However, the visibility for the naked eye reduced to two kilometers and for the ILS it reduced to 500 meters since Friday, said General Manager Tiwari.
32 bridges under-construction on Galchhi-Rasuwagadhi roadBy The Rising Nepal
Thirty-two bridges are being constructed along the Galchhi-Trishuli-Mailung-Syaphru-Rasuwagadhi road project to connect the Rasuwagadhi border, an international trade gateway with China.
Rashuwagadhi dry port construction in limboBy The Rising Nepal
The work of the dry port under construction at Timure in Rasuwagadhi has been stopped for three months.
Export of garment, carpet drops significantlyBy The Rising Nepal
The country's overall export posted a growth, but the export of major exportable products as yarns, readymade garments and carpets declined significantly during the first eight months of the current fiscal year.
10 star hotels opened amid lockdownBy The Rising Nepal
The number of hotels in Nepal has increased despite the tourism sector being hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the data of Nepal Tourism Board, 10 star hotels were established in Nepal amid the nationwide lockdown.
Fishtail Dream fun park at final stage of constructionBy The Rising Nepal
The construction work of 'Fishtail Dream Fun Park' in Sitapaila, Pokhara has reached the final stage. The park is being constructed with international standard facilities and technology.
Work on Mid-Hill Highway begins from MadiBy The Rising Nepal
The construction work has started in Madi Rural Municipality section of Pushpalal Mid-Hill Highway. The work has been started in three different places of the Rural Municipality using excavators.
Legal reforms must to control banking malpractice, says Governor AdhikariBy The Rising Nepal
Governor of Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) Maha Prasad Adhikari has said that the legal provision needs to be reformed to control technology-based banking malpractice. Addressing a programme on 'Investigation, Prosecution and Supervision of Banking Misconduct organised by NRB' on Friday, he said that the recent trend of banking malpractice has added to the challenge.
Adverse weather affects TIA servicesBy RSS
Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) services have been affected for the past two days due to low visibility caused by adverse weather. According to TIA office, both domestic and international flight schedules have been hampered because of a weather issue.
Jajarkot’s three municipalities get communication link for first timeBy The Rising Nepal
Three remote Rural Municipalities of Jajarkot’s district are connected to the communication service for the first time after Nepal Telecom constructed 2G and 4G towers there. The newly connected Rural Municipalities are Shivalaya, Junichande and Barekot.
Kaligandaki Corridor project gains momentumBy The Rising Nepal
With the blacktopping at East Nawalparasi’s Gaidakot’s Dedhgaun, the construction of national pride Kaligandaki Corridor project has gained momentum. The corridor passes from Gaindakot Municipality to Buligantar to Boudikali Rural Municipality connecting Palpa, Syangja, Parbat and Baglung districts with Muktinath in the end, according to the project.
Fish tourism venture : From bicycle mechanic to a millionaireBy Laxman Kafle
Once a hardworking bicycle mechanic, Ramesh Chandra Murau has now become a millionaire thanks to his innovative commercial fish tourism enterprise. 13 years ago, however, Murau was leading a completely different life as an owner of a humble bicycle repair shop. With mere Rs. 2000 in his pocket, he started a bicycle maintenance business in Butwal Sub Metropolitan City -16 of Rupandehi in 1997, and continued spearheading the operation until 2007.
GIBL launches Dollar CardBy The Rising Nepal
Global IME Bank Limited has launched 'Global E-com Dollar Card' on Thursday.
Worldlink takes Wi-Fi to Shey-PhoksundoBy The Rising Nepal
Chief Minister of Karnali Mahendra Bahadur Shahi and Worldlink’s Chairman Dileep Agrawal jointly inaugurated the service at a ceremony organised by the lake, said the company in a statement on Wednesday.
Cardamom farmers attracted towards mechanizationBy RSS
Coordinator of Cardamom Bloc Operators' Committee, Jivan Bhandari, has informed that the farmers were adopting both the traditional skills and new technology to reap utmost benefit from the cardamom plantation.
Ghale Gaun’s Smart Village lures touristsBy The Rising Nepal
Ghale Gaun’s Smart Village has now become the latest tourist hot spot with increasing number of visitors. After a period of trough following the global pandemic, the picturesque village is bouncing back as it records a surge in daily number of footfalls. Locals claim that the influx of tourists, especially domestic tourists, started from January.