Central Zoo reopens after eight monthsBy RSS
The Central Zoo in Jawalakhel has been reopened after eight months of a closure due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
1,529 private houses reconstructed in Baglung; reconstruction progress nears 66 percentBy RSS
As many as 1,529 private houses have been reconstructed in Baglung district in nearly five years since the ‘Gorkha’ earthquake occurred.
Relatives suspect foul play in accident deathBy The Rising Nepal
Relatives of a woman, who lost her life in a car accident in Bhaktapur last Saturday night, have suspected that she may have been killed in a planned manner. Even four days after the woman's death, her relatives have been refusing to perform an autopsy of the body demanding a fair investigation. Riya Shrestha, 30, of Dhumbarahi in Kathmandu was killed in a car accident on December 5.
Livestock Insurance programme to save snow leopardBy RSS
Livestock Insurance Programme has been implemented to save rare animal, snow leopard.
Rickshaw driver returns Rs 700 thousand to ownerBy RSS
A rickshaw driver here has returned a bag along with Rs 740 thousand to the owner. Rickshaw driver Devraj Verma of Nepalgunj Sub-metropolitan City-14 returned the bag containing the amount to Datta Bahadur Nath.
Fire guts property worth Rs 1.3 millionBy RSS
Property worth Rs 1.3 million was gutted when fire broke out at a house in Phidim Municipality-4 of Panchthar district.
Cold-related illness increases in DadeldhuraBy RSS
An increasing number of people are suffering from cold-related illness in Dadeldhura with a dip in temperature.
Fire guts property worth Rs. 1.2 millionBy RSS
Property worth Rs 1.2 million was gutted by fire at Bishnupur rural municipality of Sarlahi on Monday night.
Cyber bureau launches 'hackers hunt operation'By RSS
The police have arrested three persons for unauthorized access to government information system. Those arrested are from Kathmandu and Pokhara.
Efforts on to restore religious tourismBy RSS
The entrepreneurs of transport and tourist sector in Pokhara launched a three-day introduction visit since Monday in a bid to restore religious tourism. Gandaki chapter of Nepal Tourism Transport Entrepreneurs' Association came up with this scheme in the wake of Covid-19 menace that afflicted tourism industry.
Transporters demand end to odd-even ruleBy The Rising Nepal
Transport entrepreneurs and commuters are displeased with the current odd-even rule on the movement of vehicles and want the government to end it. Under the rule, only even numbered vehicles (the numbers being that of their licence plates) are allowed to ply the road on even dates and only odd numbered vehicles are allowed on odd days. This rule has been in place since September 10 but now, transport entrepreneurs are threatening to disobey it.
Ventilators at Udayapur district hospital remain uselessBy RSS
While many hospitals across the country are crying for ventilators amidst numerous COVID-19 patients, two ventilators set up at the District Hospital, Udayapur have remained useless. Lack of technicians to operate the equipment is blamed for its uselessness.
Provision to ensure disabled people access to informationBy RSS
The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has come up with policy-level provision as it seeks to ensure easy access of people with disabilities to information network of all bodies.
Dowry system and flashy weddings continue to gain momentum in Province 2By The Rising Nepal
Although voices are being raised and various efforts are being taken to wipe out the dowry system, which is the rooted cause for violence against women in Province 2, the wedding season this year has reflected the opposite. Neither the dowry system has been eradicated, nor have the ostentatious and flashy wedding celebrations toned down.
Tarakeshwor Municipality to provide Rs 5,000 to COVID-19 infected peopleBy RSS
Tarakeshwor Municipality is to provide Rs 5,000 to its denizens who are in home isolation after contracting COVID-19. The municipality is giving the money as 'nutrition allowance'.
Two persons die in Chitwan road mishapsBy RSS
Two persons including a policeman died in separate road accidents in eastern Chitwan on Sunday.
67 % women with disabilities suffer violenceBy RSS
A report by the National Federation of the Disabled Nepal (NFDN) said that 67 per cent of the women with disabilities have become victim of violence or various sorts, but only 16 percent of them have reported the case to the concerned authorities.
Pedestrian dies in road accidentBy RSS
A pedestrian died after being hit by a motorcycle in Shivasatakchi municipality of Jhapa last night.
Myagde Rural Municipality distributes Rs 3,000 in allowance to pregnant womanBy RSS
Myagde Rural Municipality in Tanahun district has been distributing Rs 3,000 in allowance to each pregnant woman who has undergone delivery at a government health institution.