Helambu's genuine hospitality: tea culture and household cleanlinessBy The Rising Nepal
The generous hospitality of the Hyolmos is best exemplified in their kitchens. A traditional Hyolmo kitchen consists of a low-lying dining table where people sit on cushions surrounding it rather than on chairs as it provides a feeling of closeness. To enhance the warmth in the atmosphere the kitchens in Helambu use a traditional fire stove known as Tandruk which keeps burning during the mealtime.
PM Oli lays foundation stone of Sunkoshi-Marin Diversion Project, Province 2 to be a province of gardensBy The Rising Nepal
Laying the foundation stone of the project today in Sindhuli, the Prime Minister said that the government was working to usher in happy days for the people by speeding up development works.
Locals from Sundarijal to Balkhu urged to remain alertBy RSS
The Melamchi Water Supply Development Board has appealed to the locals to remain alert, saying the water level in the Bagmati river might rise while testing the water supply project tunnel.
NC could support other parties run government: Senior leader PoudelBy RSS
"NC can help other parties form and run the government while remaining in its poise. The Congress' role would be even more pertinent in this. We can be positive on this topic and discussions will be held in this connection," the party senior leader said.
Kali Marsi rice finds market in JapanBy RSS
According to the locals of Jumla, this is the first time food products grown in Karnali have been exported to the overseas market. They hope that the country's name would be publicized in the international market with the export of the Jumli Marsi and beans.
Second round of talks held between Govt. and Biplov-led NCP teamsBy The Rising Nepal
The second sitting of the talks was centered on issues, according to Rajan Bhattarai, a member of the 2-member talks team of the government. The team is led by Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa.
NC won't shrug off responsibility: NC President DeubaBy RSS
He said it in response to senior leader Ramchandra Poudel's view that NC should stay in opposition rather than join government. "It does not mean NC is greedy for power and post. But, if the situation develops for its leadership, it does not miss the chance either," he reiterated.
US forces: Rockets hit airbase in Iraq hosting US troopsBy The Rising Nepal
The Iraqi military released a statement saying the attack did not cause significant losses and that security forces had found the launch pad used for the rockets. It was found in the al-Baghdadi area of Anbar, an Iraqi military official said on condition of anonymity to discuss the attack with the media.
PM lays foundation stone of integrated settlementBy RSS
People from the unprivileged Santhal and Urav community will be benefiting from the project. The land on the bank of the Ratoholi stream in Urlabari-9 is being used to settle the homeless households from the indigenous communities, according to Mayor Khadga Fago.
Blacktop road, electricity reach across Rapti River after 30 yearsBy The Rising Nepal
Raptisonari and Narainapur Rural Municipalities in Banke Constituency No. 1 have become more accessible in the last three years due to the work done in the areas of health and education including roads, electricity, bridges, embankments and irrigation.
Melamchi tunnel trial: one more week to fill tunnel with waterBy The Rising Nepal
Tiresh Khatri, Executive Director of Melamchi Water Supply Development Board, said that water has already been filled up in the 12 kilometers tunnel. The Melamchi drinking water will be made available in Sundarijal by March 10.
Dovan Bazar fire yet to come under control, 45 houses burnt downBy The Rising Nepal
Bal Nara Singh Rana, Deputy Superintendent of Police and chief at the district police office in Taplejung, informed that fire brigades, excavators were also used to douse the fire along with the locals, Nepali Army, Armed Police Force, Nepal, and Nepal Police officials.
Vyas statue being constructed in DamauliBy The Rising Nepal
The Ministry of Culture, Tourism & Civil Aviation (MOTCA) has stepped up to partner with Damauli, Tanahun district’s headquarters, for the construction of a 108-ft tall Vyas statue. The ministry extended its hand for the construction of the statue to develop and amplify tourism infrastructures in the district.
Development efforts go on from all local levels: PM OliBy RSS
''The goal of the government is to guarantee the fundamental rights of the people by exercising healthy politics, undertaking of economic activities, minimising and seeking an end to corruption and ensuring smooth and accessible service delivery to the people for the development,'' the PM said.
China to issue report on human rights violations in U.S.By The Rising Nepal
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc around the world, posing a major threat to human security. It went out of control in the United States following the government's reckless response, notes the report.
Hyolmo community celebrates annual Tsechu festival (with photo feature)By The Rising Nepal
This is followed by the Hyolmo villagers divided into females and males who sing and dance arm in arm around the bonfire in unison. The song is an auspicious one that is only meant to be sung during the Tsechu festival. This singing continues to the night and the atmosphere is that of contagious merriment.
COVID-19 update: 73 new cases, 64 recoveries, three fatalities in 24 hoursBy The Rising Nepal
The Ministry of Health and Population on Monday confirmed 73 new cases of COVID-19, taking the nation's novel coronavirus tally to 274,216.
President summons HoR session starting from 4 pm on March 7By The Rising Nepal
President Bidya Devi Bhandari has summoned the session of the House of Representatives (HoR) at 4 pm on Tuesday, March 7, according to Dr. Bhesh Raj Adhikari, the President's chief personal secretary.
Manang connected to national grid for the first timeBy RSS
Manang district, known as a district beyond the Himalayas, has been connected with the national grid for the first time. A 33-KV transmission line has been connected to the national grid recently.
Problems of Chand-led group to be resolved soon, PM Oli saysBy RSS
Stating that Nepal has been recommended for its graduation to a developing country from the least developed country, the PM said that his priority would be to make the country self-dependent. He also announced an increment in the allowance to elderly people.
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