Relief materials distributed to Bajura flood victimsBy The Rising Nepal
Relief materials were provided to 120 flood-affected houses in Budhiganga Municipality, Bajura. An organisation called ‘Many Efforts in Humanitarian Service,’ Dhangadhi, distributed food materials to 120 flood-affected families.
Gorkha Palace rebuilding stalls in lack of timberBy The Rising Nepal
Reconstruction of the Gorkha Palace has been halted again owing to the shortage of wood. As the contractor could not bring timber needed for the reconstruction of the historic palace, the work has been halted completely since March 10, said the Palace Curator’s Office.
Emergency operation centers establishedBy RSS
A consultative meeting on the strategic action plan on early warning system in Karnali province was held in Birendranagar of Surkhet on Friday. The meeting was organized by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Law with support of Practical Action and Nepal Red Cross Society.
Open border: Fuel smuggling continues unabatedBy RSS
It was established through police investigation that the two tankers had been smuggling out fuel through the false chamber and selling that in India thereby incurring losses to NOC. The Bureau has arrested Ajaya Lama and Bikesh Lama of Amlekhgunj, Bara for their involvement in the smuggling and initiated investigation against them.
WB provides 24 million US dollar for Forests for Prosperity ProjectBy RSS
The Government of Nepal and the World Bank today signed loan and grant agreements of 24 million US dollar for Forests for Prosperity Project that will help Nepal advance sustainable forest management. Of this amount, 6.1 million US dollar is grant and 17.9 million US dollar is concessional loan.
Annual reports presented in HoRBy RSS
Annual reports of the Public Service Commission (PSC) and the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) were presented in the today's session of the House of Representatives (HoR).
Rainfall with thunder forecastBy RSS
The weather across the country will remain partly to generally cloudy with possibility of rain and thunder at some places of the hilly region today.
Hospitals face action for fleecing people on PCR testBy RSS
The District Administration Office here has initiated a case against two hospitals for charging more on PCR test than the amount fixed by the government. Those facing action are, College of Medical Sciences Teaching Hospital, Bharatpur; and Star Hospital, Sanepa.
Rural agriculture roads blacktopped in DolakhaBy The Rising Nepal
Haribansa Chaulagain, chairman of Ward No. 4, said that they were busy blacktopping the rural agriculture roads. “We have to facilitate the farmers to supply their products which is not possible until and unless we manage better roads,” he said.
Government urged to run classes on VAW in schoolsBy RSS
The National Women Commission has urged the government to run additional classes against violence against women in schools every week.
Baitadi People compelled to visit Gokuleshwor bazaar for mobile chargeBy The Rising Nepal
Two hundred households of Ne village of Dilasani Rural Municipality, about four kilometers away from Chameliya Khola Hydropower Station, have not been able to consume electricity.
Missing woman's dead body recovered from dam siteBy The Rising Nepal
The dead body of a woman who went missing at Molung Rural Municipality-5, Okhaldhunga a week ago has been recovered Wednesday from the dam of Molung Khola Hydropower Project.
Paanchkhal to regulate alcohol saleBy The Rising Nepal
Paanchkhal Municipality in Kavre district has made it mandatory for all to receive prior permission if they want to consume alcohol. The rule was enforced to ensure peace, civic duty and positivity in and around the municipality, Mayor Mahesh Kharel said.
Fire destroys property worth over Rs 500,000By RSS
Property worth more than Rs 500,000 has been gutted when the Prince Restaurant and Lodge caught fire at Bhimdutta municipality-18 on Wednesday night.
Over 8,000 apply for land ownership certificateBy The Rising Nepal
With the initiative to provide land ownership certificate to landless dalits, landless squatters and unorganised settlers by the government, five local levels of Makwanpur district have started data collection process.
4.1-magnitude earthquake hits KavrepalanchokBy The Rising Nepal
An earthquake of measuring 4.1 on the Richter scale occurred at 10:05 this morning with its epicenter around Sisakhani of Kavrepalanchok district, according to National Earthquake Monitoring and Research Center.
Forest fire continues unabated in OkhaldhungaBy RSS
A forest fire started at Chishankhugadhi area in Okhaldhunga district is not brought under control yet though the fire destroyed hundreds of hectares of community and private forests in the past three days. Division Forest Office Chief Gyan Kumar Lama said that they were assessing the damages caused by the forest fire.
56 yrs old man lands in jail for raping granddaughterBy RSS
The District Court, Udayapur, has sent a 56-year-old man to jail for raping his eight-year-old granddaughter. The District Court on Wednesday gave life imprisonment to the rape convict.
Visitors to Koshi Tappu increaseBy The Rising Nepal
According to the Reserve Office, the number of domestic tourists visiting elephant safaris has increased in West Kushaha. As there is only one elephant reserve in Province 1, the number of tourists has increased since the fall in COVID-19 cases, said the Conservation Officer of the reserve, Ashok Ram.