Big music festival announces lineup for return to Las VegasBy The Rising Nepal
The Life is Beautiful arts and music festival announced its performer lineup on Wednesday, making a return of large annual events to Las Vegas after they were canceled last year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Court remands man for raping own daughter in custodyBy The Rising Nepal
Dilip Kumar Giri, Deputy Superintendent of Police at the District Police Office, said that the man had repeatedly raped his 13-year-old daughter for the past five years. Identities of both the victim and the father were not revealed.
Ridham becomes ‘Miss Global International Nepal-2021’By The Rising Nepal
Ridham Ghising has won the beauty pageant title of ‘Miss Global International Nepal-2021’ organised by Kaji Production. Along with the title, Ghising has now got an opportunity to represent Nepal in the 'Miss Global International 2021' to be held in Dubai this year.
Extraordinary life stories of women from ordinary householdsBy The Rising Nepal
There has been a change in the outlook of working women and we can see them in each household, but it is still under the rug. So, this March we call for gender parity by highlighting the stories of women from ordinary households to show their contribution and struggles, said Sita Nepal, aged 48 from Madhyapur Thimi Municipality-2.
Number of domestic tourists in Niluwa lake of Baglung rises after road construction (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
The beauty of snow-capped mountains and the melodious music of birds are what pulls the tourists to the place.
Women should be fighter, not to play women card: RekhaBy The Rising Nepal
Terminologies like injustice, inequality, exclusion and discrimination have been in use for a long time. The society is changing with time. Even the Constitution has embraced the concept of equality and inclusion and has kept all citizens within the ambit of equality.
Shrawn Kumar's statue erectedBy The Rising Nepal
Treta-era legend has it that Shrawn Kumar, who was on a pilgrimage with his elderly parents and who at the time was desperately seeking water to quench their thirst, got killed by the arrow released by Dashratha, father of Lord Ram. The legend goes on to mention that the tears coming out from the eyes of the inconsolably sobbing parents of Shrawn Kumar resulted in the formation of the lake.
Fun park ready to open in Tilathi KoiladiBy The Rising Nepal
A ‘grand’ water fun park will soon be ready at Tilathi Koiladi for people to indulge in some splashy summer time getaway. The project has already moved beyond the conception phase with the Detailed Project Report (DPR) already prepared. Rural Municipality Chairperson, Satish Kumar Singh informed that the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has invested Rs. 34.9 million for the project while the local level has contributed Rs. 50 million.
Priyanka Chopra’s NYC restaurant SONA has a Dubai connection!By The Rising Nepal
Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas has been making news for all things new. The actress who recently launched her haircare brand Anomaly a few weeks back has stepped into the hospitality business and launched her new restaurant in the bustling city of New York.
Srishti becomes ‘Super Plus Size Model Nepal- 2020’By The Rising Nepal
Srishti Upreti has won the “Super Plus Size Model Nepal”- 2020 of Season 3. She won the title amid the programme held at the National Dance Academy in Jamal, Kathmandu.
New infrastructure of Lumbini Buddhist University being constructed in DevdahaBy RSS
The office of the Dean of School of Development Studies and Applied Sciences under the University has been established at Devdaha. The University has made preparation to build new infrastructures along with Tapoban there.
Third Pole Council Fighting Glacier Melting MenaceBy The Rising Nepal
Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed did something uncommon on the 17th of October, 2009. He held his cabinet meeting underwater. He along with ministers went to scuba diving to caution the world that his nation could sink unless the risks of global warming are taken seriously across the divide.
Gargles Prevent COVID-19 SpreadBy The Rising Nepal
Oral and dental health care providers are considered to be at the highest risk of acquiring the infection because of prolonged face-to-face exposure to patients, exposure to respiratory secretions and aerosols produced during procedures like ultrasonic scaling and cavity/access preparation using a high-speed air rotor with water jet cooling systems. Dental procedures causing splatters, fomites and aerosols can propel a high viral load in the procedure room thereby increasing the risk of cross-infection...
Celestial Dance To Enthrall Planet-HuntersBy The Rising Nepal
As it darkens, the night skies of this spring month would fascinate sky-gazers with the planets, stars, constellations and other cosmic wonders that are spreading spectacularly all over the heavens.
Confession Of A CovidiotBy The Rising Nepal
My guess is most of us have heard enough of 2020, its widespread social and economic impacts, and all the dramas of a standstill world. I am not here to present you the same labyrinth of research, data or the emotional toll COVID-19 has taken on humanity;
Inspiring MemoriesBy The Rising Nepal
To look back on life through writing is an art and the person who does it is an artist. There are many delicate things, which can be better felt than to be written or explained in words. This is true to everyone; even a layman has oceanic feelings to share from personal memories.
Cooperatives Mobilisation In NepalBy The Rising Nepal
Since the establishment of cooperatives some 65 years ago, the number of cooperatives in the nation has risen to 35, 000. However, no significant changes have taken place in the working procedure and the mindset of administrators.
Helambu's genuine hospitality: tea culture and household cleanlinessBy The Rising Nepal
The generous hospitality of the Hyolmos is best exemplified in their kitchens. A traditional Hyolmo kitchen consists of a low-lying dining table where people sit on cushions surrounding it rather than on chairs as it provides a feeling of closeness. To enhance the warmth in the atmosphere the kitchens in Helambu use a traditional fire stove known as Tandruk which keeps burning during the mealtime.
Ancient idol of Lord Vishnu found while digging pond in BaraBy The Rising Nepal
Aspiring fish farmer, Kisundar Mahato Koiri, a local, had commissioned a JCB excavator to dig out his land for building a pond, but much to his astonishment, the excavator discovered a magnificent Lord Vishnu statue buried in mud and scrape. “The black statue is now safely housed at the Ward’s Shiva temple,” informed SP Dipendra Shahi of the District Police Office.
88 species of birds counted at BarekotBy RSS
Barekot is rich in biological diversities and the study spanned for three days. The bird survey was economically assisted by the Network and was held in partnership of the Danfe Youth Club. The survey team includes Network's coordinator Saroj Shrestha, Chitwan Bird Society Chair Ramesh Chaudhary, local teacher Kali Bahadur Thapa and the community forest rangers.