Durga Prasad reunites with mother after 40 yearsBy The Rising Nepal
Dhanamaya Timsina, 85, had a different charm on her face on Sunday. As her son Durga Prasad Timsina, who had gone missing, was returning home after 40 long years, her happiness knew no boundary. However, she had no idea that her son had served 40 years in prison in India. Her relatives and neighbours had not let her know that her missing son was returning home after being released from prison.
Holi formally begins in MithilanchalBy RSS
Holi, the festival of colours, has officially kicked off in Mithilanchal today. A 15-day procession named Mithila Madhyamiki Parikrama is organized to observe the festival.
Timsina returns home after 40 years imprisonment in IndiaBy The Rising Nepal
Durga Prasad Timsina has arrived at his home, Mai Municipality-10 of Ilam this afternoon after 40 years.
NTB to lead 25 companies in SATTE to promote domestic tourismBy RSS
Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) has geared up to revive the domestic tourism hit by the coronavirus crisis. The NTB will be taking part in the South Asia Travel and Tourism Exchange (SATTE) to be organised by the International Tourism Promotion Board in India.
Can’t wait to meet my mother, says freed TimsinaBy RSS
Durga Prasad Timsina, originally from Mai Municipality-10 of Ilam, arrived at Kakadvitta, Jhapa after being released from four-decade-long jail life in India. He was recently released from Dum Dum Correctional Home of Kolkata, India.
Overloaded carriers to face actionBy RSS
The Transport Management Department has decided to prevent the vehicles from carrying the load more than their capacity. If the containers are found carrying overload, they would faction action.
Holi festival begins, Chir put up at Basantapur (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
With the erection of Chir at Basantapur today Holi festival has been formally started.
One dies after falling off cliffBy RSS
A man has died after falling off a cliff in Narayansthan hills of Bethanchowk rural municipality-3, Kavre.
One more killed in road accidentBy RSS
A person injured in a road accident that took place in the tea garden road section in Damak municipality-4 on Friday has died.
Woman killed in elephant attackBy RSS
A woman has died after being attacked by a wild elephant. The deceased has been identified as Tilmaya Bhujel,50, of Ujelinagar in Bharatpur metropolitan city-13.
Quake hits Japan area devastated a decade ago, tsunami alerts liftedBy The Rising Nepal
An earthquake struck northeastern Japan on Saturday, hitting areas devastated by the 2011 disaster, generating a tsunami of 1 metre and shaking buildings.
Earthquake of magnitude 7.0 strikes off Japanese coast: GFZBy The Rising Nepal
A magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck near the east coast of Honshu, Japan on Saturday, the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences said.
Pakistan PM Khan tests positive for COVID-19, health minister saysBy The Rising Nepal
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has tested positive for COVID-19, the country’s health minister said on Saturday, two days after the premier got his vaccination.
79 new cases of COVID-19, 82 recoveries in 24 hoursBy The Rising Nepal
The Ministry of Health and Population on Saturday confirmed 79 new cases of COVID-19, taking the nation's novel coronavirus tally to 275,829.
Jhapa village across Mechi river illuminated for first timeBy RSS
Out of four settlements in Mechinagar Municipality-15 across the Mechi river at the Nepal-India border that lack basic facilities like electricity, education, health and transportation, Gwalbasti has been finally illuminated.
PM Oli bids send off to mountaineer SherpaBy RSS
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli today handed over the national flag and bid farewell to Maya Sherpa who is setting out to climb Mt Annapurna and Mt Dhawalagiri.
Arghakhanchi Hospital takes first place in terms of minimum service standardsBy RSS
Arghakhanchi Hospital has stood first in Lumbini Province and third across the country in terms of minimum service standards and its performance review, according to the hospital administration.
Pati, Pauwa and Thanti on verge of extinction (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
The existence of Pati, Pauwa and Thanti (different types of rest houses) which holds religious and environmental importance in the urban and rural areas of Tanahun are facing crisis in these days.
Weather: Rain with thunder forecast in hilly regionBy RSS
The weather will be partly to generally cloudy throughout the country with chances of rainfall accompanied by thunder at some places of the hilly region today.
Postal highway construction moving at snail’s paceBy The Rising Nepal
Three years on, construction of the road from Siraha’s Balan River to Kamala River along the ambitious Postal Highway passing through the central Terai still remains incomplete despite extending the initially stipulated deadline.