Every Monday in the period from mid-July to mid-August, a crowd of women is seen waiting to get their palms painted with mehndi in front of the Shiva temple at Shiv Chowk in Janakpurdham, Sub-Metropolitan City 2.
About 95 per cent of paddy has been planted in Bara district till Monday. Jitendra Prasad Yadav, chief of Agriculture Knowledge Centre, Bara Kalaiya, said that paddy plantation has completed in 95 per cent of the paddy field in the district so far.
The District Police Office, Bardiya, has taken the responsibility of managing the stray cattle oafter they increased the risk of accidents in the town. The district police have started managing street cattle in the Gulariya Bazaar area.
he sale of petroleum products from Nepal Oil Corporation, Provincial Office, Biratnagar has decreased by almost half in the last 10 days. Although only half of the fuel was sold by the Corporation compared to the past, no problem was seen in the market.
Women and children of Terai and hilly districts of western Nepal are more vulnerable to trafficking. Organisations working to prevent and control human trafficking have said women and girls of western region are at the high risk
There is a water supply problem in the Dalit settlements of Luma and Huni in Jagannath Rural Municipality-2 in the north-eastern part of the district. More than 360 Dalit families have been living in Luma, Huni, Upper Huni, Lower Aswada and other villages of Jagannath Rural Municipality-2.
Wild animals have killed 21 goats in one day at Kaina of Mohanyal Rural Municipality in Kailali district on Monday. The goats were attacked in Kalika Community Forest Area in Ward No. 7 of Mohanyal. The goats were taken by local farmers for grazing in the
The Halji Phukden Rinjin Ling Monastery in Halji village, Namkha Rural Municipality–6, Humla is unlike any other religious structure in the country in that it can neither be rebuilt nor renovated. This has made preserving the 11th century monastery very difficult.
Literacy rate of Karnali Province is now only 62 per cent. According to the figure, more than 400,000 people in the province still cannot read and write. Kalikot, Jumla, Humla, Mugu and Dolpa of Karnali are yet to be fully become literate.
A meeting was held between Minister of Internal Affairs and Law of Sudurpaschim Province Dr. Rana Bahadur Rawal and Inspector General of Police Dhiraj Pratap Singh of Nepal Police on Monday at the former’s office.
The Kullekot Durbar, the place to deliver justice in the ancient time, located in the hill nearby Dewalhat of Dashrathchand Municipality-4, Baitadi, has been left without conservation. According to the local infor
The temples of Janakpurdham are decked in flowers and colourful lights to mark the grand Jhula festival. Lasting 13 days from the third day of the bright lunar fortnight of the month of Shrawan to the full moon day, the festival began this year on Sunday and the people all over the city are celebrating it by placing the idols of Ram and Janaki on swings and swinging them in a ritualistic manner. Janaki Temple has been specially decorated a
Limi, a village in Ward No. 6 of Namkha Rural Municipality in Humla district, has finally received 1,100 sacks of foodgrains stuck in Hilsa for the past nine months. During mid-November last year, road to Limi from Hilsa had been obstructed by heavy snowfall. As the obstruction was difficult to be removed, a warehouse was constructed in Hilsa and the foodgrains were stored. "The foodgrains have been brought to Limi by five trucks. The transportation cost has been paid by the ward office," said Paljor Tamang, Ward No. 6 chairman.