Wild elephant kills one in SunsariBy RSS
A youth was killed in an elephant attack here this morning. The deceased is Pramod Yadav, 28, of Shreepurjabdi of Koshi rural municipality-7.
Lower Humla gets connected with national road networkBy RSS
Humla, the only Himalayan district left to be linked with national road network, now has come to the access of road linkage.
‘Upper Rahughat’ hydropower construction beginsBy RSS
The 48-MW Upper Rahughat hydropower project is being constructed in Raghuganga rural municipality of Myagdi district.
Unauthorised structures on Phewa shores demolishedBy The Rising Nepal
Pokhara Metropolitan City (PMC) has started demolishing the unauthorised walls and structures built by the locals around Phewa Lake. Bharat Poudel, the metropolitan’s information officer, informed that the unapproved structures built in Khaupadi were demolished. “The metropolis has the right to pull down any structures constructed without its permission,” Mayor Man Bahadur GC said.
Gongabu Bus Park introduces computerized ticketingBy RSS
It had remained shut down for around six months due to increasing coronavirus infections. According to organization Chair Deepak Kunwar, the new system was for minimizing the people’s crowds in the ticket counter and avoiding infection risk. "The introduction of technology is as per government’s direction. The government has, with changing time, envisaged the ‘digital Nepal’ campaign and we are committed to heading towards that direction," he said.
Bala Chaturdashi marked in Pashupatinath Temple (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Bala Chaturdashi, which falls on Marga Krishna Chaturdashi every year, has been marked at Pashupatinath Temple in presence of a huge crowd despite the threat of the spread of COVID-19.
799 HIV infected taking ARTBy RSS
A total of 799 people infected with HIV/AIDS are taking regular Anti-retroviral Treatment in the district.
Financial support to family of deceasedBy RSS
The Dakneswari municipality has provided financial support to the family of a person who was beaten to death.
Foundation laid for Industrial zoneBy RSS
Minister for Industry, Tourism, Forest and Environment of Gandaki Bikam Lamsal laid the foundation stone for the industrial zone being established in Tarakhola rural municipality on Saturday.
Menstruating girls still facing restrictionsBy The Rising Nepal
Menstruating girls in Nepal continue to face restrictions during a host of activities ranging from religious to untouchability and food consumption due to the lack of adequate knowledge on menstruation among the parents and their children alike, a nationwide survey report shows. The nationwide survey carried out jointly by the Nepal Health Research Council (NHRC) and the World Vision International Nepal, an INGO, have reached that conclusion. Surveyed among 3,675 adolescent girls (aged 10-19 years),...
Dashrathchand municipality decides to open schools from SundayBy RSS
The schools here have remained closed since November 27 due to a the latest lockdown enforced by the local government, owing to a rise in COVID-19 cases Municipality deputy mayor Meena Chand said the municipal executive meeting had decided to open schools which have remained closed for long due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Call on to minimize ornaments on childrenBy RSS
Police in Rasuwa has urged guardians in the district to not adore their children with golden ornaments.
Non-functional ICUBy RSS
The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) set up at the district hospital in Baitedi is yet to come into operation for lack of technical personnel.
Mayor buys ambulance through personal expenseBy RSS
Mayor of Dhorpatan municipality in Baglung district, Dev Kumar Nepali, has purchased an ambulance on his personal expenses.
Two die on the spot in road mishapBy RSS
Two persons died in a road accident at Ichchhakamana rural municipality-6 of Chitwan district this morning.
Stakeholders to recommend for declaration of Phewa conservation areaBy RSS
The Greater Watershed Management Centre, Gandaki, is preparing to recommend the federal government to immediately declare Phewa watershed conservation area meant for conserving Phewa Lake.
Meaningful participation of women stressedBy RSS
As the country marked the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, stakeholders and activists have laid emphasis on meaningful participation of women in all three layers of the government.
ANTA distributes relief materialsBy The Rising Nepal
A bag of 25 kg rice, a blanket and other materials have been handed over to each poor family amid a function on Saturday, ANTA president Aprajita Jha said.
Pakistan lauds Nepal's role to take SAARC forwardBy The Rising Nepal
"Foreign secretary underscored importance Pakistan attaches to cordial and multifaceted ties with Nepal and our resolve to further upgrade them," said Pakistan's foreign ministry.