Struggling To Stay AfloatBy The Rising Nepal
Nepalis aren’t exactly known for their museum-going culture. Several of them prefer to spend our free time relaxing at home or parks and open spaces. We would rather go for lunch with our friends than visit a museum and ponder about the days of old.
Academic Writing Enhancing Communication SkillsBy The Rising Nepal
Academic writing is central to communication since it has a wide range of significance in communicating written messages at large. Mary R. Colonna and Judith E. Gilbert define academic writings as a social endeavour, a way of communicating with others, informing them, persuading them, debating with them. They perceive writing as not only an expression of one’s individuality and personality but also as an active social process involving discussion, interaction with teachers, group work and peer...
Significance Of Make In Nepal CampaignBy The Rising Nepal
The 'Make in Nepal' campaign should be designed to transform the country into a world trade hub. Because it includes attractive offers for local and foreign companies. This campaign can focus on creating valuable and respectable employment. It provides skill enhancement in almost every field to improve the condition of the youth of the country.
Age of 'Emotion Economy'By The Rising Nepal
The tech companies, especially Google and Facebook, have emerged so powerful that they have succeeded in controlling almost the entire world's information, thereby posing a serious threat to the nations' capability to information gathering, storage, use and institutionalisation.
Artificial IntelligenceBy The Rising Nepal
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a wide-ranging tool that enables people to rethink how we integrate information, analyse data, and use the resulting insights to improve decision making—and already it is transforming every walk of life.
Irrigation facility elates farmers in Lamahi, DangBy Laxman Kafle
Installated at a cost of Rs. 1.5 million, with 85 per cent subsidized, the water lifting pumps is helping them irrigate 15 Bighas of land throughout the year. “We are very happy to see that our fields can now grow crops and vegetables three times a year,” said Lal Bahadur Budha Magar, Chairman of Gurung Khola Agriculture Cooperative. “Our arid village is now converted into a green area. We had to rely on rain water for crops plantation, and the yield was very low because of the lack of irrigation...
Rural agriculture roads blacktopped in DolakhaBy The Rising Nepal
Haribansa Chaulagain, chairman of Ward No. 4, said that they were busy blacktopping the rural agriculture roads. “We have to facilitate the farmers to supply their products which is not possible until and unless we manage better roads,” he said.
One killed in tiger attackBy RSS
Rawat had joined two other women to collect green fodder from the Bardia National Park when the incident took place on Tuesday. A joint team of Nepal Police and Nepali Army found the body of Rawat today.
Houses handed over to 219 familiesBy The Rising Nepal
At a special programme organised on Tuesday, 14 houses built in Musahar settlement at Kankai-4 were handed over to the poor families jointly by Christi Stickney, chief of Habitat Nepal, Rajendra Kumar Pokharel, Mayor of Kankai Municipality, and Chief District Officer Shrawn Kumar Timilsina.
Nadhiman Lake of Sarlahi in state of neglectBy The Rising Nepal
Nadhiman Lake in Sarlahi district, which was once an attractive destination for domestic tourists, is now lying in ruins. Located between Wards 6 and 7 of Chandranagar Rural Municipality, the lake is gradually losing its beauty because of a lack of conservation.
Vehicles crush 354 wild animals of Banke National Park in seven yearsBy The Rising Nepal
The highway goes through the national park so many wildlife are caught in an accident while crossing the road, said Shyam Kumar Shah, chief conservation officer of the Banke National Park, adding that the 40 kilometers per hour speed limit have been enforced with an aim to reduce such casualties.
Nagma-Gamgadi highway being graveledBy The Rising Nepal
“We have already monitored the route, and so far the work has been impressive,” said Division Road Office Chief, Lila Bahadur Bhandari. Thodung Constructions has been responsible for the road extension and upgradation responsibility. “The entire work contracted at Rs. 22 million has been done and dusted,” informed Chief Bhandari.
Students forced to study under open sky in HumlaBy The Rising Nepal
"The painful thing is this that it is not certain for how long students of this schools will have to continue studies by sitting on the ground with the sky as the roof," lamented Dharma Raj Jaishi, a guardian.
Avoiding Communication Gaps In Health EmergenciesBy The Rising Nepal
Around the globe, there are increasing evidences that communities are at risk of emergencies and disasters including those associated with infectious disease outbreaks, conflicts, and natural, technological and other hazards. New diseases, like COVID-19, are emerging at unprecedented rates disrupting people’s health and causing adverse social and economic impacts. In addition to increasing morbidity, mortality and disability, emergencies may result in severe disruptions of the health system.
Fascinating Journey of HumansBy The Rising Nepal
The history of human beings has always been a fascinating topic for me. We being the youngest species of the planet and the most advanced there is a certain amount of gravitas about humans and their evolution as a whole.
Learning A Lesson From Melamchi ProjectBy The Rising Nepal
Melamchi Water Supply Project (MWSP) is likely to become the first national pride project to be completed since the announcement of the pride projects about a decade ago. It has beaten the Bhairahawa-based Gautam Buddha Internati
Kathmandu’s Hippie Days In DiaryBy Aashish Mishra
Diaries are not usually written for a reader. They are personal notes kept by the writer for his/her own reference, to be revisited some years or decades later and recount the interesting and not-so-interesting events that happened in their life. However, when a diary is written by someone who has lived as intriguing a life as Prakash A Raj, it becomes a de facto account of history and an encapsulation of an era long gone
250,000 plus pilgrims pay homage to Pashupatinath till late morningBy RSS
Despite the threat of coronavirus infection looms large, the devotees across the country are thronging the Shiva temples today on the occasion of the Mahashivaratri.
Maha Shivaratri being observed (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Millions of devotees have thronged the Pashupatinath temple since this morning on the occasion of Mahashivaratri. All the four doors of the temple were opened for the occasion in the early morning. A flock of people was observed standing in a queue and waiting for their turn to worship their God Shiva even before the main gates were open. Mahashivaratri, celebrated every year at midnight on Falgun Krishna Chaturdashi, is a special day to please and honor Lord Shiva.