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.
'Chir' put up at Basantapur indicating start of Phagu FestivalBy RSS
The pole was erected at the propitious hour of 7.57 am today, the time fixed by the Nepal Calendar Determination Committee, an employee at the Hnaumandhoka Durbar Care Office, Mitharam Pudasaini, said.
Police personnel demonstrate disaster safety measures01 Mar, 2020
At least 13 police officials demonstrated disaster safety measures at the premises of Nepal Rastriya Secondary School, Tarakeshwor Municipality-11, on Sunday.
Lavish weddings, huge dowries on the rise28 Feb, 2020
Huge amount of money is being spent on lavish weddings and dowries in State 2.
Last day of Gyalbo Loshar observed in Bouddhanath26 Feb, 2020
The third day of Gyalbo Loshar, a significant festival marking new year in Tibetan calendar was observed by the Sherpa communities by organising various programs at Bouddhanath stupa.
Tharu dance compulsory in formal events of Dang26 Feb, 2020
Tharu cultural dance has become one of the most attractive ways to entertain the guests in Dang district. Be it an annual programme celebration of schools or any district-level festival, performance of Tharu dance has now become compulsory.
Ward member turns to be a successful farmer24 Feb, 2020
Bholaram Jaishi, a ward member of Budiganga Municipality-10, is known, of late, as the successful farmer of his ward. Jaishi started vegetable farming after the formation of local government.
Nepal Open Paragliding Championship kicks off in Pokhara23 Feb, 2020
89 players of 19 countries are participating in the competition. The paraglides takes off from Sarangkot and lands at Khapaudi, bank side of the Few Lake here.
NCP Chairman Prachanda inaugurates Mithilabihari God palanquin23 Feb, 2020
NCP Chairman Prachanda inaugurates Mithila circuit of Mithilabihari god palanquin by carrying the palanquin.
In pictures: Farmers adopting mulching tech in agriculture23 Feb, 2020
People of Mandandeupur Municipality-11 of Kavrepalanchowk district have stated opting for mulching technology in farming.
Maha Shivaratri observed (photo feature)21 Feb, 2020
The festival is marked with the religious faith that super Brahma, one of three main gods in Hinduism, changed into Shiva at midnight on this day and worshiping, praying and visiting Shiva temples after taking holy baths in rivers, ponds and other sources of water would bring in peace and prosperity in one's life in this world and everlasting peace in the other world after death.
Promoting palates for native foods20 Feb, 2020
The festival, which is now in its sixth year, is organised by Hotel Association Jhapa (HAJ) and features many indigenous dishes of the various ethnic groups of Nepal. As per Rajan Dangal, president of HAJ, people have preferred native foods over supposedly modern ones because of their immense health benefits.