Proposed Vision For National Building CodeBy The Rising Nepal
Nepal is one of the most seismically active countries. It ranks the 11th most vulnerable country to earthquakes in the world, and Kathmandu is the most at-risk city. Nepal has witnessed several devastating prominent earthquakes in the past of magnitude greater than 7.5 (in 1255, 1408, 1505, 1833, 1934 and 2015). Not to mention, Nepal has also witnessed earthquakes of lesser magnitudes in 1980, 1988 and 1994. During the 2015 Gorkha earthquake, Nepal suffered about 9,000 casualties and 22,000 injuries....
Our Current Education SystemBy The Rising Nepal
Before the unification of our country Nepal, our education was based on the Gurukul system. The motto of the Gurukul system is to develop knowledge on several subjects i.e. spiritual awakening, awareness about nature and society, self-control and discipline in life and so forth. The relationship between Guru and Shishya was sacrosanct and Gurus were regarded as Gods. After the unification of Nepal, the motto of education was also
Children's RightsBy The Rising Nepal
A child is any person under the age of 18. In law, a minor is a person under a certain age, usually the age of majority, which legally divides childhood from adulthood. Every child should have a secure future by which the child should benefit directly from it and should also help that child contribute to the well-being of society. The Children Rights are a subset of human rights with specific attention to the righ
Part-time Jobs: Earning While StudyingBy The Rising Nepal
In recent years, the part-time job has become a popular fad among students. A part-time job generally describes jobs that one is engaged in between 1 to 34 hours per week. Workers are considered to be part-time when they work fewer than thirty hours per week. Those workers do not receive additional benefits such as health insurance, sick leave, paid holidays, or vacations. A part-time job also can reduce the amount of stress that you’re under b
Importance Of Sindhuli DistrictBy The Rising Nepal
The book under review, entitled, “Gaurabmaya Sindhuli” (Glorious Sindhuli) is a collection of essays on Sindhuli, one of the historically famous districts of Nepal. The author of the book is the late Kul Chandra Koirala, who has dozens of books already published to his credit on subjects of literature and culture. Koirala, who himself was born in Sindhuli, had a multi-dimensional personality. Originally, with a background in Sanskrit study and speaking talents, he even performed Saptaha Puran....
Five Attractions Allure Visitors To Barju LakeBy The Rising Nepal
Having spanned over 152 Bighas of landmass, Barju lake is probably the biggest lake in the whole of Province No. 1, if not in the whole of Terai plains of Nepal. Barju is not just a lake. It is a lake system. Three parallel lakes spanning over 32 Bigha, 45 Bigha and 75 Bigha jointly become 152 Bigha giving an exact area of the lake system. Barju lake, situated in the southern Sun
Man hit by actor Rajat Bedi’s car dies during treatment; police add section 304-A to FIRBy The Rising Nepal
Actor Rajat Bedi had recently made headlines after his car hit a man in an accident. The pedestrian involved in the car accident died during the treatment. Following the death of the victim, the DN Nagar police have added section 304-A (Causing death by negligence) of the Indian Penal Code in the FIR registered against the actor.
Luv Films announces a biopic on cricket legend Sourav GangulyBy The Rising Nepal
Today, on September 9, Luv Films has announced a biopic movie on the Maharaja of Indian cricket Sourav Ganguly. Sourav Ganguly, popularly known as Dada has undisputedly been one of the most successful and controversial cricket captains of India. He has a special place in the hearts that beat for cricket.
Colourist is a reputed profession: PhagoBy The Rising Nepal
Renish Phago is one of the popular colourists of Nepali film industry. He has been working in the Nepali film industry for over 12 years. He is the first colourist to colour films shot by the Red4K camera (Digital cinema camera) in Nepal. Kathmandu was the first film for which Phago worked as colourist in 2008. Since then, he has worked as a professional colourist for over 60 films, 100 music videos, 65 TV commercials and a few documentaries
Colourist is reputed job: PhagoBy The Rising Nepal
Renish Phago is one of the popular colourists of Nepali film industry. He has been working in the Nepali film industry for over 12 years. He is the first colourist to colour films shot by Red4K camera (Digital cinema camera) in Nepal. Kathmandu was the first film for which Phago worked as colourist in 2008. Since then, he has worked as a professional colourist for over 60 films, 100 music videos, 65 TV commercials and a few documentaries Phago recently talked to Renuka Dhakal of The Rising Nepal....
‘My body is weak, but my struggle to return to homeland is strong as ever’By The Rising Nepal
Dr. Rai, a Bhutanese refugee leader and chairman of the Bhutanese Refugee Repatriation Committee (BRRRC), was 39 years old physician of the Bhutanese Royal family when he was expelled from Bhutan 33 years ago.
Live music resumes in Thamel’s hip spotsBy The Rising Nepal
With the pandemic hitting hard the economy of the country, music too has had its share. Ban on big concerts have affected well-established artists. Cancellation of more intimate gatherings deprived local acts from their decent source of bread and butter more. The different lockdown phases brought a hiatus of earning for many sectors, however, the entertainment fraternity continues to suffer immensely even when things seem to slowly pick up a normal pace. Thamel, the highlight of tourists and...
Internet star Ranu Mondal’s biopic Miss Ranu Maria to be released next summerBy The Rising Nepal
However, her fame was short-lived. Now, her life story will soon be adapted for the screen. Ranu Mondal's biopic will be directed by Hrishikesh Mondal with Eshika Dey as the actress. The film has been titled, Miss Ranu Maria.
Preparations underway to reopen Pashupatinath TempleBy The Rising Nepal
“We are waiting for the direction of the District Administration Office to reopen the temple and preparing how to open and manage the crowds after reopening, said Bhola Prasad Sitaula, director of the Pashupati Area Development Trust (PADT).
Oxygen Therapy In COVID-19 ManagementBy The Rising Nepal
During the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, we faced an acute shortage of life-saving oxygen just like India had experienced. In big cities and hospitals, several COVID-related deaths occurred due to a lack of oxygen. The same kind of crisis has continued till now. In paediatric and neonatology, it’s an established fact that too much oxygen inhalation is considered bad. Oxygen is given only when it’s necessary. Researchers have looked
Averting UML Split Mandela Style Dialogue Could Have WorkedBy The Rising Nepal
Almost six years ago, this writer had participated in a training course on multi-stakeholder dispute mediation led and facilitated by conflict mediation expert Chris Spies who hailed from South Africa. Chris is an experienced conflict transformation practitioner and facilitator of capacity building workshops in a wide variety of settings in Africa, Asia and the beyond. The multi-stakeholder disputes do constitute the type of conflicts, which involve two or more parties or g
Opportunities To Observe Magnificence of Planets, StarsBy The Rising Nepal
The night sky during this month would present optimum opportunities to observe and marvel at the magnificence of planets, stars and constellations along with other numerous celestial entities. The elusive planet Mercury will reach its greatest eastern elongation (sparsely 26.8 degrees) from the Sun on 14 September. Although it would be staying at its highest point above the western horizon after sunset, appreciating it would be doubtfully difficult. Planet Venus can be viewed after sundown in the...
Ghatta: Traditional WatermillsBy The Rising Nepal
Over time, people have become accustomed to the vagaries of climate and permanently settl ed in the foothills. This is a rather dangerous way of life in the mountains. Snowy peaks in the spring begin to melt and the bubbling mountain river runs at a scary speed, wiping down everything in its path. Sometimes people have had to give up in front of nature, and at the beginning of the spring, they would embark on a nomadic way of life. However, the mountains are always captivating them to come back.
On Emotional IntelligenceBy Pushpa Priya
Students and professors have been actively engaged in the teaching and learning process to achieve certain goals that ensure academic excellence and further professional excellence of the students. Despite making a good effort in im
A Book On Socialist DemocracyBy The Rising Nepal
'Socialism' is an attractive term for public utility and progressive ideals. This scribe who is a student of language, literature, culture, prefers to stay away from political associations has remained ignorant of the power of sweet words.