Man murdered in ItahariBy RSS
A man was murdered cold-bloodedly in Sunsari district on Monday. Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) of Sunsari Nagendra Karki said that Keshav Karki of Itahari Sub-Metropolitan City-2 was killed after piercing his body by a metal rod while he was sleeping.
Youth held with 7 kgs marijuanaBy RSS
A youth from Belaka Municipality-8 in Udayapur district was held for illegally possessing seven kilograms marijuana.
12 persons returned from India test positive for coronavirusBy RSS
The number of coronavirus infected persons has increased in the recent days in a temporary corona hospital in Dhangadhi.
Flood victims in Bajura wait for safe places to live inBy The Rising Nepal
Most of the flood and landslide victims in Bajura district are worried about safe place to shelter their heads than food to eat. The floods in the local Budhi Ganga River on the night of July 10 last year swept away all of their houses and lands. Again the rainy season is coming soon and they are worried about safe place to live in.
Fire spreading in Sarlahi forestsBy The Rising Nepal
Neither the locals nor the consumer committees are worried about the wild forests. In a couple of places, the locals have taken initiatives to put out the blaze only if it is heading to their settlements. However, no one is concerned about the burning forests.
Stray cattle to be fitted with GPS collar in KathmanduBy The Rising Nepal
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has proposed to track the movement of domesticated cattle by strapping a Global Positioning System (GPS) collar onto their necks.
Man killed in tusker attack in DhanushaBy RSS
An elderly man was killed when a wild elephant attacked him at Khaptari Tol in Mithila Municipality-7 in Dhanusha district on Sunday night. Padam Bahadur Khaptari Magar, 80, was attacked to death by the elephant while he was sleeping at his home, said the police.
Jhapa records 553 cases of elephantiasisBy RSS
The District Health Office Jhapa said that the district has recorded as many as 553 cases of elephantiasis. Kumarkhod of Jhapa rural municipality has the highest 32 elephantiasis cases in the district, according to the health office sources.
Baglung murder case; postmortem of two bodies underwayBy RSS
Police investigation team has moved to the incident site wherein two youths died in a scuffle at a fair organized on the occasion of Holi festival.
Mayor's two dozers set ablazeBy RSS
An unidentified group put the dozers (Bhe 1 Ka 4636 and Bhe 1 Ka 1294) on fire in the forest between Jufal and Lahara in course of the construction of road linking wards 5 and 6, shared Police Inspector Hariram Dangi.
NA defuses two bombs found in Thehe villageBy RSS
A Nepal Army (NA) team has defused a sutali bomb planted in-between two houses at Simkot rural municipality-2, Thehegaun in Humla. House owner Log Bhandari had informed the Thehe police post once the bomb plantation was suspected between the houses of Bhandari and Tula Rawal.
Holi festival fosters national unity: Tourism Minister DhakalBy RSS
Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Bhanubhakta Dhakal expressed hope that the Holi festival, also called the Fagu Poornima, would foster mutual harmony and intimacy among the people in Nepali society.
Devotees ignore Covid restrictions, celebrate Holi at Basantapur (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Fagu Purnima, the festival of colours, is being celebrated today in Kathmandu Valley. Though the government had urged everyone to not crowd the public places and to not walk in groups, hundreds of people have gathered and celebrated Holi in mass at Basantapur this afternoon.
Smog to stay some more days in Kathmandu ValleyBy The Rising Nepal
The smog blanketing the Kathmandu Valley since Friday is to stay some more days. The Department of Hydrology and Meteorology informed that the air pollution caused by wildfire in most of the districts, long drought and lack of strong wind is behind the smog.
Office assistant asked to repay Rs. 1m over retirement date rowBy The Rising Nepal
A discrepancy in his date of birth and bureaucratic delays has put Ram Bahadur Basnet of Rangeli Municipality–8, Morang in a position of having to return salaries and allowances of 33 months. The date of birth of Basnet, who has been working as an office assistant at Rangeli Hospital for the past 40 years, mentioned in his citizenship does not match with the date included in his employment records.
800,000 doses China aid COVID-19 vaccines arriving MondayBy The Rising Nepal
The 800,000 doses of the China aid COVID-19 vaccine will arrive in Nepal by Monday. Chinese ambassador to Nepal Hou Yanqi tweeted on her Twitter that vaccines have arrived at the Beijing Capital International Airport today and they will be sent to Nepal very soon.
Still some days more for weather to improveBy RSS
Thick haze is seen in the Kathmandu Valley as the pollutants' particles have accumulated in the atmosphere due to the forest fires in most of the districts of the country in recent days.
Mental health training imparted to workers of mountaineering sectorBy RSS
The training was organised at joint coordination of Foreign Employment and Welfare Department, Women and Youth Department and Health Committee under the Non Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) where 39 workers associated with mountaineering association had participated.
Sudurpaschim folks returning home in droves due to surge in Coronavirus in IndiaBy RSS
A large number of people from the Sudurpaschim (far west) region have started returning back to their home abandoning work in India following a surge in Coronavirus cases there.