Computer education for daughter-in-laws23 Jun, 2020
The Ward 5 office has started providing computer education to the daughters-in-law from indigenous communities.
Youth back from cities, overseas revive agricultural activities in villages23 Jun, 2020
After the villagers who had migrated to mainland of Pokhara such as Lakeside, Khappaudi, Pame, Birauta and the like in search of entrepreneurship opportunities started returning to the village due to the COVID-19 pandemic followed by nationwide lockdown, the daily routine of Sidhane village has altered.
Humla locals using Tuins by putting their lives at risk19 Jun, 2020
The locals of Humla district are compelled to use Tuin, cable contraptions as a means to cross the mighty Karnali despite the government declaring Nepal as a Tuin-free country.
People welcome monsoon with paddy plantation on outskirts of Kathmandu17 Jun, 2020
People on outskirts of Kathmandu have welcomed the monsoon season by planting paddy seedlings in the fields.
Kathmandu drenched in heavy rainfall (Photo Feature)26 May, 2020
The valley observed a heavy rainfall today, in the afternoon. Bicyclists and pedestrians were seen getting soaked in the rain. Pictures: Sujan Gurung
Eid al-Fitr observed amid lockdown (Photo Feature)25 May, 2020
Considering the increasing risk of COVID-19 pandemic, the National Muslim Commission, by issuing a notice had urged everyone to limit their celebrations and recite Namaz within their homes.
Free e-libraries may help enhance learning, utilise lockdown period29 Apr, 2020
The idle time caused due to the ongoing lockdown has aptly been used for reading through e-library. There is an increasing usage of virtual library to save time and financial resources.
Police enforce lockdown in Kathmandu (Photo Feature)28 Apr, 2020
Following the decision of council of ministers to extend the lockdown for 10 more days, the police have been enforcing lockdown more stringently.
Rato Machhindranath chariot procession uncertainBy RSS
The procession of Rato Machhindranath, the deity of good harvest and rain, has come across uncertainty due to lockdown enforced to prevent COVID-19 outbreak.
Bhimeshwor temple closed for the first time due to COVID-19 scare15 Apr, 2020
Mohan Kumar Shrestha, priest of the temple said that the temple was closed for all worshippers considering the threat of COVID-19 pandemic.
Robot delivering food to COVID-19 patients successfully tested at TUTH14 Apr, 2020
The robot, made in the initiation of Robotics Association Nepal (RAN) with leadership of Prithvi Chaudhari, was successfully tested in TU Teaching Hospital.
Hydroxychloroquine consumption without doctor's prescription may take your life25 Mar, 2020
The side effects of Hydroxychloroquine include damage in retina of the eye, hair fall, heart diseases, loss of hearing, slowing down of heart rates and compression of respiratory tract.
Holi being observed in the Terai10 Mar, 2020
Fagu Purnima (Holi) is being celebrated with much enthusiasm in the Terai Region today by smearing colors to each other and exchanging best wishes.
Foreign tourists too bathe in Holi colours (photo feature)09 Mar, 2020
Tourism entrepreneurs say many tourists visit Nepal during the Holi festival so as also to feel the joy of the festival of colours.
Damak municipality provides training to make single women self-reliant08 Mar, 2020
Single women in the office of Damak Municipality-10, of late have been taking cobbler trainings.
Miss world organization to support ChepangsBy RSS
Chairperson of the Miss world organization, that runs the annual Miss world competition, Julia Morley has pledged to support the operation of a maternity centre in the Chepang settlement of Makwanpur. The health centre to host the maternity centre was built at the initiative of former Miss Nepal Shrinkhala Khatiwada.
Virus dampens hopes of prospective Holi revelersBy Sampada Anuranjanee Khatiwada
Holi (Fagu Purnima), the festival of colours, is set to be affected by COVID-19. The festival, which is popular especially among the youths, is celebrated by organising various concerts and gatherings. But this year, the Kathmandu District Administration Office (DAO) has directed the public to not organise and be a part of such gatherings and celebrations, including Holi.