Annapurna Rural Municipality introduces local curriculumBy RSS
Annapurna Rural Municipality in the district has prepared a local curriculum. The education, youth and sports section of the rural municipality published a book on local curriculum and is introducing it from the new academic session.
NRCS Tahanu publishes book on disaster response planBy RSS
Tahanu chapter of Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) has published a book on disaster response plan. The book was prepared by the disaster management committee chaired by Chief District Officer.
Melamchi flood survivors meet PM Deuba, requesting for reliefBy RSS
Flood survivors from Melamchi of Sindhupalchowk district today called on Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, seeking the role of government in the prevention and management of possible disaster in the future.
Kavrepalanchok reopens public schools in defiance of Govt's directionBy RSS
Many local levels in Kavrepalanchok district have reopened schools physically amid COVID-19 risks in defiance of the central government's direction for all educational institutions to hold online classes until further notice.
Five month-old child murdered by cousinBy RSS
A family dispute under the influence of alcohol has led to the tragic death of a five-month-old girl child in Nawalparasi. The incident took place in a family in Mirtung of Devchuli-6 of the district.
Rural municipality shut downBy RSS
The Hupsekot rural municipality in Nawalparasi (Bardaghat-Susta east)has shut down all its services today. The decision was taken to mourn the demise of one of its village council members.
Dhimal women trained to make petaniBy The Rising Nepal
The new generation of Dhimal community is now being trained to make their ethnic traditional dress ‘petani’ after it is being pushed to oblivion. Kamala Dhimal, 30, of Setumari, Damak-10, Jhapa, had no skill to make petani. “Not only myself but also many new generation women of the village did not know how to make petani. It had to import the required petani after the petani stopped being made domestically,” she said. Lok Bahadur Dhimal, Chairman of the Dhimal Caste Development Centre,...
Around 5,000 get shelter in Siraha and SaptariBy RSS
Some 5,000 Dalit and impoverished families in Siraha and Saptari have got shelters under the People's Housing Programme.
24 dead bodies brought from MalaysiaBy RSS
Twenty-four dead bodies of Nepali migrant workers have been brought from Malaysia. The bodies were airlifted on a wide-body plane of Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC).
Bhimdatta highway obstructed due to landslideBy RSS
Bhimdatta highway connecting the seven hilly districts of the Sudurpaschim Province has been obstructed again.
Three cheats arrestedBy RSS
Police here have arrested three persons on the charge of cheating Rs 749 thousand 500. The Central Investigation Bureau of Nepal Police arrested them on the charge of swindling different persons promising to send them to USA.
FNJ UK Chapter provides fellowship to journalistsBy RSS
The Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) UK Chapter raised fund to provide fellowship to journalists affected from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Japanese PM congratulates PM DeubaBy RSS
Japanese Ambassador to Nepal Kikuta Yutaka and Australian Ambassador to Nepal Felicity Volk called on Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba on Thursday at the PM's official residence in Baluwatar.
Man shot dead in ChitwanBy RSS
A man was found dead at a canal near Mansingh Chowk at Bharatpur Metropolitan City-17 in Chitwan district.
Green bangles sale soars during month of ShrawanBy The Rising Nepal
With the beginning of the month of Shrawan of the Nepali Year from July 16, the sales of green bangles have risen exponentially once again.
Two adolescents drowned to death in a canalBy RSS
Two adolescent boys drowned to death in a canal. Ankeet Joshi, 16, and Bibek Sharma, 14, of Bharatpur metropolitan city-2, Chhetrapur died after being drowned in a canal.
Two weeks on, disaster-blocked road yet to resumeBy RSS
Normal life has been adversely hit hard when the landslide-disrupted road has not yet reopened in over two weeks.
Jumla students to get textbooks soonBy The Rising Nepal
District COVID Crisis Management Committee (DDCMC) of Jumla decided to at least make available textbooks to school children as soon as possible. The DCCMC took the decision after it received complaints that students of the district schools were not getting their textbooks, said assistant chief district officer of Jumla Nandaram Chaulagai. Though the new academic session began from mid-June, still many students of the district have been unable to buy textbooks.
UML Chair Oli urges Madhav-led faction for party unityBy RSS
In the third day of the ongoing central committee meeting on Wednesday, Chairman Oli made it clear that he was effortful to implement the 10-point agreement for the party unity.