One killed in road accident in BhimfediBy RSS
One person has died when a container truck hit a motorcycle at Sanutar in Bhimfedi rural municipality of the district. The accident took place last night when a container truck (Na. 5 Kha. 8129) hit the motorcycle (Na. 19 Pa. 896) coming from the opposite direction.
Special attention needed on development works: CM BhattaBy RSS
Chief Minister of Sudurpaschim Province Trilochan Bhatta has said that special attention should be paid while carrying out development and construction works in the province.
New VISA rule for foreigners in South KoreaBy RSS
The Law Ministry of South Korea has introduced a new rule of VISA extension for foreign citizens in the country. According to the new rule, VISA extension will now apply only on valid passports i.e. the passport which has not expired and has a valid date.
Quake-damaged 56 school buildings reconstructed in MyagdiBy RSS
Reconstruction of 56 school buildings damaged by the 2015 Gorkha earthquake in Myagdi district has been completed. The reconstruction drive took place five years ago.
Rhino census begins at Shuklaphanta National ParkBy RSS
Counting of the one-horned rhino, enlisted in the list of rare wildlife, has begun at Shuklaphanta National Park from Thursday. Eight technicians, 10 managers and 12 elephants have been mobilized for counting the population of one-horned rhino.
U.S. Handovers Antiquities to NepalBy The Rising Nepal
The Acting Consul General of Nepal Bishnu Prasad Gautam has received three Nepali lost antiquities from Joan Illuzzi-Orbon, Executive District Attorney of New York County District Attorney's Office in New York.
Midday meal at community schoolsBy RSS
The scheme launched with the financial assistance of Education Ministry is expected to improve students' performance. The schools have claimed that with the launch of the midday meal, students have been attracted to schools and their learning activities have improved
Democracy at risk: Leader PoudelBy RSS
Senior leader of the Nepali Congress, Ramchandra Poudel, has expressed worry over the activities that were jeopardizing democracy and country.
Five held for forcing women into sex tradeBy RSS
Police have arrested five persons on the charge of forcing women into sex work.
Relief distributed to 400 poor single women and new mothersBy RSS
Different goods including rice, blankets, and clothes have been distributed to poor single women and new mothers of two local levels of Kavrepalanchowk district under the Inclusive COVID-19 Resilience Project.
Still few more days to get completely clear weatherBy RSS
Air pollution has been reduced to some extent due to rainfall occurred in the hilly areas of the country including Kathmandu Valley on Wednesday evening.
ANNISU demands return of fees charged during lockdownBy The Rising Nepal
ANNISU District Chairman Tekendra Malla on Wednesday handed over a letter to Ram Suresh Yadav, head of the Education Development and Coordination Unit of the district, demanding that the fees collected by the educational institutions for the shutdown period be refunded.
Rhino Census begins in Bardiya National ParkBy The Rising Nepal
By Mukunda Subedi, Bardiya, Mar. 31: Rhino census has begun in Bardiya National Park from today. The counting will take place for 14 days with the help of 10 elephants in the park.
Educational reforms to be prioritised in Province no 2: Education MinisterBy RSS
"It is necessary to formulate plans and implement them for ensuring quality education befitting the 21st century. We are clear on the notion that the country's prosperity would not be possible unless there was the right education policy," he said.
Iron mine exploration started in BaitadiBy RSS
Exploration of iron mine found at Sigas rural municipality in Baitadi has begun. According to Sigas rural municipality chair Hari Singh Dhami, the mine has been detected at Sugarkhal of Sigas-1.
Communication services disrupted for two weeksBy RSS
Communication services remain disrupted at Mudkechula rural municipality of Dolpa district for two weeks. The communication services were cut off as a telecommunication tower which was damaged due to lightning has not been repaired yet.
Weather unlikely to improve immediatelyBy RSS
Meteorologist Samir Shrestha said the monsoon system should develop with either the occurrence of heavy rainfall or gusty wind for the haze to clear out. "There is no possibility of such a system developing in the coming two or three days," he said.
One dies after falling from cliffBy RSS
An elderly person died after falling from a local cliff at Raksirad rural municipality in Makawanpur district.
Khimti Substation nears completionBy The Rising Nepal
According to the agreement, 47 km-long transmission line has been installed from Gongar to Devitar of Ramechhap district, along with the construction of 127 towers, said Dr. Ganesh Neupane, UTHP spokesperson.
Viral fever grips locals in BaitadiBy RSS
The District Hospital and other majority of the health facilities have been receiving increasing number of viral fever patients lately. Apart from viral fever, the health facilities were also attending to patients suffering from diarrhoea patients according to District Hospital, Baitadi Chief Basantaraj Joshi.