Two die of COVID-19 while undergoing treatment at Bheri Hospital in BankeBy The Rising Nepal
Tej Oli, focal person of the District COVID-19 Crisis Management Center (DCMCC), Banke, said that a woman, 39, of Nepalgunj Sub-metropolitan City-17 died last night while a man, 65, of the ward no. 12 of the same local level died this morning while undergoing treatment in the hospital.
Village sealed off after death from coronavirousBy RSS
With the second wave of coronavirus crisis deepening in India, Doti people reached India as migrant workers have started returning home and they seem reluctant to stay in quarantine which has put the entire village at high risk of infection, it is said. Lately, over 1,000 people returned home from India in Doti.
People waiting buses at Gongabu Bus Park (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Passengers are waiting for buses at Buspark to go home from Kathmandu ahead of the week-long prohibitory order to be enforced in Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur.
The women who tasted Hitler’s foodBy The Rising Nepal
Members of the SS would serve the food, wait the hour to see if the girls keeled over, and if they didn’t, the food would be taken to Hitler. But in between each meal, the young women had little to do except sit around and wait to see if they died.
More incidents of forest fire recorded in ParbatBy RSS
Parbat district recorded more incidents of forest fires than the last year.
Youths arrested with banned drugsBy RSS
Police on Monday evening held two youths from Gaighat bazaar in Triyuga Municipality for possessing banned drug brown sugar.
Call for unconditional release of journalistBy RSS
Condemning the arrest by police of Ujyalo Network online editor Anis and General Manager Durga Lal on Sunday, the Organization has demanded to immediately stop such acts.
Continuous dialogue stressed for resolving issues of working journalistsBy RSS
Various speakers have said that it would be easier for resolving the problems of working journalists when the editors of different media make their relations cordial with newsroom. At a dialogue organized by Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) Pratishthan Province Committee with editors of different media on Sunday, they said continuous dialogue with media entrepreneurs along with federation members and editors could only resolve the problems of working journalists.
Italian town is selling houses for one euroBy The Rising Nepal
The pandemic is raging, quarantine rules are changing by the day, and there's still uncertainty over when we might vacation again, but one thing remains constant in the travel world: the €1 houses of Italy.
Three DAOs of Valley to provide only urgent service from tomorrowBy The Rising Nepal
Kali Prasad Rijal, Chief District Office (CDO) of Kathmandu, informed that a joint meeting of the CDOs of the three districts of the valley held today took a decision to this effect.
India prepares to execute first woman since 1955By The Rising Nepal
Those in the country who have been campaigning to abolish the death penalty feel that executing a woman for the first time in 66 years would be a step in the wrong direction.
Pathibhara darshan stopped for a monthBy The Rising Nepal
Pathibhara Development Trust has restricted worshipping the famous holy shrine for a month as coronavirus is spreading everywhere.
Local level leaders making rounds to ministries demanding budgetBy The Rising Nepal
People's representatives from Shuklagandaki Municipality in the Tanahun district have been rushing to the federal ministries demanding budget allocation for their area's plans.
Woman killed in road accidentBy RSS
A woman has died in a road accident in Birtamode on Saturday. The deceased has been identified as Susana Rai,27, of Arjundhara municipality-7.
Hailstorm destroys vegetables worth Rs. 480mBy The Rising Nepal
An inspection committee of the Agriculture Division at Chhathar Jorpati prepared and made public a report of hailstorm’s damage. The damage was higher in Ward 2, 5 and 6 of the local level while three other wards also saw some damage.
Prime Minister Oli inaugurates historical DharaharaBy The Rising Nepal
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli inaugurated the newly rebuilt historic Dharahara today.
Corona infection rises in KavreBy RSS
The number of Corona Virus infection is rising the district since the past few days. According to the District COVID-19 infection control, prevention and treatment centre, 23 new infections were reported on Friday.
Hundreds entering Nepal daily through Belahiya border pointBy The Rising Nepal
With the coronavirus ravaging various parts of India, the number of Nepalis returning to Nepal through the Belahiya border point in Rupandehi district has increased significantly. According to the Area Police Office, Belahiya, an average of 250 people are entering the country every day through the border point.
Nepal aims to establish crime-free cities: Home Minister ThapaBy RSS
Minister of Home Affairs Ram Bahadur Thapa stressed that the establishment of an inclusive, resilient, and prosperous society in a safe and secured environment is a topmost priority of the Government of Nepal.
Six local levels in Dang sans fire engineBy RSS
Six local levels in Dang are yet to ensure prompt fire service. Only four, out of ten local levels, in the district of Lumbini province, have ensured the service. It means other local levels have to seek help from the four local levels in case of emergency.