New trekking route to Mardi Himal constructedBy RSS
The 500 metres long route that begins from Melbot in Pokhara Metropolitan City-25 passes through Astam, Dhital, Dhampus, Pritam Deurali, Dhital Lwang and Ghalel Kalimati.
Rhino found dead at CNP's buffer zoneBy RSS
An endangered rhino has been found dead at buffer zone of Chitwan National Park (CNP).
UML demands govt to correct its decision of scrapping Land Issue Resolving CommissionBy RSS
He made it clear that there would always be the solidarity of the party towards the genuine demands and voices of the landless, squatters, and Dalits, adding the CPN (UML) is always aware and sensitive towards their rights and welfare.
Around 3,000 Bhutanese refugees immunized against COVID-19By RSS
Around three thousand Bhutanese refugees living in camps in Damak of Jhapa and in Pathari Sanischare of Eastern Morang have been immunized against COVID-19.
Flood sweeps away Surma road sectionBy RSS
Flood in Bahuli rivulet on Tuesday night has obstructed Surma road section linking Chainpur to Surma rural municipality.
Horticulture students padlock Ilam campusBy The Rising Nepal
B.Sc. Horticulture students of Mahendra Ratna Multiple Campus, Ilam, padlocked the campus administration building blaming that their future has become uncertain due to negligence of the campus administration. The students, who have been protesting for about a month now, have locked the offices of the campus chief, assistant campus chief and head of the concerned department. The students studying the courses of the Tribhuvan University blamed that their future had become uncertain as the Public...
Boat tragedy: They were on way to immunise their kidsBy The Rising Nepal
The villages of Ranga Malekha and Bijaura Bazaar are not only located in two different rural municipalities but in two different districts. Ranga Malekha is in Ward No. 3 of Mohanyal Rural Municipality, Kailali district while Bijaura Bazaar is in Ward No. 4 of Chaukune Rural Municipality, Surkhet. But despite this administrative division, they are actually physically pretty close to each other, only separated by the river Karnali flowing between them.
The moment Haiti's President was assassinatedBy The Rising Nepal
When Haiti's president was brutally assassinated in his bedroom last month, just one witness was there to see it. She happened to know him better than anyone else. Martine Moise, the first lady of Haiti, was found bleeding on the floor next to the body of her husband, Jovenel Moise, on July 7. But she survived the mysterious attack -- and is now lighting a fire under the search to bring the killers to justice.
Minister of State Shrestha not to take state facilities except PSOsBy RSS
Minister of State for Health and Population Umesh Shrestha has said that he as a minister of state would not take any state facilities except for personal security officers.
Two bills tabled in National AssemblyBy RSS
The report related to the Standards, Weights and Measurement (Fifth Amendment) Bill, 2076 has been tabled at the National Assembly.
Bhainse-Bhimphedi route resumesBy RSS
The Bhainse- Bhimphedi road in Makawanpur has resumed. The route was disrupted following landslides at multiple places including Dhorsing last night.
Eight District Hospitals in Bagmati Province to get oxygen plantsBy RSS
The Bagmati Province government is to take forward installation of oxygen plants in eight of the 13 District Hospitals in view of the risk of third wave of COVID-19.
Prohibitory order extended in Doti for a weekBy RSS
The local administration has extended prohibitory order for a week in Doti due to growing risk of COVID-19.
Unmanaged waste plagues Nawalparasi municipalitiesBy The Rising Nepal
Garbage management has emerged as a major challenge in municipalities of East Nawalparasi.
SCO Promotes Traditional Medicines Against COVID-19By The Rising Nepal
“The SCO countries are dedicated to promoting extensive inter-governmental and people-to-people exchanges in education, medical treatment, research, and medicinal material resources of traditional medicine,” stated a press statement issued by the Forum.
Badi families receive new homes after 35 yearsBy The Rising Nepal
Badi families, who are historically marginalised community of Arghakhanchi and who have been living miserable lives in tarpaulin huts built inside the forest, have received their house after 35 years. A total of 13 families, including 11 Badi and two Dalit families of Sandhikharka-2 have received brand new houses in a model integrated village. The community is thrilled at the prospect of living in tin-roofed homes after the Lumbini Provincial government built houses for them.
Border seal off to intensify search for theft crown of goddessBy RSS
Massive police mobilization has been made following theft of the goddess crown (Mukut) made up of silver from Chinnamasta Sakhadeswori temple in Chhinnamasta rural municipality of Saptari.
Student unions demand quick probe over Darchula tuin incidentBy The Rising Nepal
Five student unions affiliated to the opposition alliance have demanded quick investigation over the Darchula Tuin incident and immediate action against the culprit.
Karnali Highway obstructedBy RSS
The Karnali Highway has been obstructed after a landslide occurred at Chaukhola of Khandachakra Municipality-10 at 10:00 am today.