Woman from Mali gives birth to nine babies -- two more than expectedBy The Rising Nepal
A woman from Mali has given birth to nine babies -- two more than the seven that ultrasounds had detected -- according to the country's Ministry of Health.
Nepal Telecom offers data, voice pack at cheaper priceBy The Rising Nepal
Nepal Telecom (NT) has brought an offer where the customers can buy data and voice packs at a cheaper price.
Eight-year-old girl found dead under suspicious conditionBy RSS
The deceased identified as Sanjiba Bohara of the village was found dead in an animal shed that belongs to her parents. The deceased was playing with her friends before the incident, it has been said.
Grande Hospital starts telemedicine serviceBy RSS
The Grande International Hospital at Dhapasi in Kathmandu launched telemedicine service to facilitate the patients to treat them remotely in the wake of outbreak of second wave of Covid-19 in the country. In view of the alarmingly increasing cases of new variant of Covid-19 in the country, the Hospital started the service to remotely provide counselling to the Covid-19 patients undergoing treatment in hom
764 Vehicles held for defying prohibitory order, MoHP urges not to step out until urgently requiredBy The Rising Nepal
Despite being on the brink of COVID-19 despair and the continuous flow of awareness in the regard from all sources, denizens of the capital are still on the roads disregarding the prohibitory order.
Schools, colleges go for virtual classes without delay this timeBy The Rising Nepal
Although most of the academic institutions were in dilemma for long to operate classes in an alternative way during last year's lockdown, many academic institutions have already started virtual classes without doing any delay this time after the government decided to close schools and colleges of the urban areas after the second wave of COVID-19 began spreading.
Social media is a lifeline for desperate Indians. And a threat for Narendra ModiBy The Rising Nepal
New Delhi's intervention has put the social media companies in a difficult position in one of their biggest markets, wedged between their users and a government that recently introduced new rules that could make them liable for not removing controversial posts.
Kathmandu Valley roads wear deserted look (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Saturday is the third day of the prohibitory order in Kathmandu Valley which was effective from Thursday to break the chain of the spread of coronavirus.
Sudurpaschim Province CM Bhatta’s greetings on Int’l Workers’ DayBy RSS
Chief Minister of Sudurpaschim Province Trilochan Bhatta has said that the province could pursue its prosperity, development activities and economic and social transformation by properly utilising efficiency and skills of workers.
Minister Rai instructs quality treatment for COVID-19 patientsBy RSS
Minister for Social Development in Province No 1 Ushakala Rai has instructed the concerned authorities at Koshi Hospital Covid-19 Treatment Centre, Biratnagar to render quality and credible treatment to the Covid-19 patients.
Prohibitory order's second day; Traffic police detains 1,136 vehiclesBy The Rising Nepal
As many as 1,136 vehicles on roads without passes or listed in essentials have been taken into hold by the Traffic Police, on the second day of the prohibitory order of the Kathmandu Valley.
Karnali Province to arrange budget of Rs 1 billion for COVID-19 preventionBy RSS
In a press meet on Thursday, province government minister for social development Bimala KC shared that a budget of Rs 1 billion would be allocated to overcome the crisis of coronavirus pandemic and protect the lives of the people.
Medical tools purchased for preventing COVID-19 gather dust in Mahottari District HospitalBy RSS
The hospital was developed as a Covid-19 special hospital last year. Five set of ventilators, beds, monitors and equipment for ICU facilities were provided for the 50-beded hospital a year ago.
The US lost, ancient megacityBy The Rising Nepal
It's what Cahokia didn't have that's startling, writes Annalee Newitz in their recent book Four Lost Cities: A Secret History of the Urban Age. The massive city lacked a permanent marketplace, confounding old assumptions that trade is the organising principle behind all urbanisation.
FNJ’s new building bulldozed without prior informationBy RSS
Newly constructed building of the Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) in Dadheldhura district has been bulldozed without notifying the FNJ in advance.
Former Queen Komal Shah in ICUBy RSS
She is receiving treatment in ICU from Wednesday evening after she developed respiratory complications, said Information Officer at Norvic Hospital, Somnath Banstola. Banstola shared former Queen Komal has been kept on high-flow oxygen support.
Climate change: World's glaciers melting at accelerating rateBy The Rising Nepal
The world's glaciers are melting at an accelerating rate, according to a comprehensive new study.
COVID-19 cases sharply rise in KarnaliBy RSS
With the emergence of second wave of COVID-19 and its spread at the community level, the districts of Karnali Province have recorded a large number of Corona Virus patients.
NA team defuses pipe bomb in OkhaldhungaBy RSS
A bomb disposal squad of Nepali Army (NA) defused a pipe bomb in Khijidemba Rural Municipality of Okhaldhunga district.