Barpak sets up oxygen mini plantBy RSS
In its bid to ensure a regular supply of oxygen to the needy ones at a time of treatment, an oxygen plant has been established at Barpak village in the Gorkha district.
Nepal receives health supplies from Ireland, DenmarkBy RSS
The Government of Ireland has provided different health supplies to Nepal. Under the European Union’s Civil Protection Mechanism, Nepal received tranches of critical healthcare equipments an supplies supported by the Government of Denmark and the Government of Ireland to help Nepal fight against COVID-19, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
Water-level in Mahakali river increases, locals urged to stay alertBy RSS
Water-level has increased in the Mahakali River due to incessant rainfall.
Air service disrupted since 5 daysBy RSS
The air service linking Humla district with other districts remains disrupted for the last five days. Flights to and from the district could not take place due to the incessant rains throughout the country including in Humla.
Gandaki Province CM to take vote of confidence todayBy The Rising Nepal
Chief Minister of Gandaki Province Krishna Chanda Nepali Pokharel is set to take the floor test at 11:00 am in the provincial assembly today.
Farmers busy with paddy plantation in Kailali (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Farmers of the Kailali district are busy planting paddy these days. With the arrival of the monsoon, farmers have started the paddy plantation in their paddy fields.
Relief goods dispatched to Melamchi areaBy RSS
Relief materials worth more than Rs 2 million have been dispatched for distribution to the flood and landslide victims in Melamchi area of Sindhupalchok district.
Seven persons still missing after rainstorm in Jaljala highlandsBy RSS
The condition of seven persons who went missing in the Jaljala highlands of the district after a rainstorm is still not known. They had gone to the alpine meadow in Jaljala on Tuesday for grazing their livestock.
Take aim to bust small arms smugglingBy The Rising Nepal
Frequent confiscation of small arms show that the authorities need to intensify coordination and surveillance to control their smuggling. According to Nepal Police data, 324 small arms were confiscated till May 14 of the Fiscal Year 2020/21. Similarly, 338 arrested individuals were charged under Arms and Ammunition Act, 1962. in FY 2018/19, 284 small arms were seized and 361 individuals were arrested.
Two Chinese and one Indian national die in Sindhupalchok floodsBy RSS
Three foreign nationals have died after they were swept away by flash floods in the Melamchi rivulet and the Indrawati rivulet following incessant rains in Sindhupalchok district. Thirteen persons are still missing in the floods, it is stated.
NC general convention from September 1By The Rising Nepal
Nepali Congress has amended the calendar of its 14th general convention. A Central Working Committee meeting held on Thursday discussed the calendar amended earlier by a meeting of the office bearers and endorsed the amendment to it.
KMC to provide Rs. 20m to Melamchi flood victimsBy The Rising Nepal
Kathmandu Metropolitan City has announced to provide Rs. 20 million for the emergency assistance to the landslide and flood victims of Melamchi Municipality of Sindhupalchowk. Mayor Bidhya Sundar Shakya announced the emergency assistance to Melamchi Municipality at the 9th convention and the meeting of the Municipal Council held on Thursday.
Four go missing in Tungtung landslide in JumlaBy RSS
Similarly, two others injured in the incident Suk Bahadur Nepali and Tara Nepali are reported to be in serious condition, said district police office Chief Dan Bahadur Thapa. He added that two more injured in the landslides are yet to be identified. It has been reported that they had been there in search of precious medicinal herbs.
One way traffic resumed along Butwal-Palpa road sectionBy RSS
One-way traffic has been resumed at the Butwal-Palpa road section along the Siddhartha High Way from this afternoon. The road section obstructed at Gaindepul along the road section due to landslides resumed from this afternoon, said Butwal Traffic Police Office.
Millennium old monastery of Limi village in Humla being repairedBy The Rising Nepal
Paljor Tamang, ward chair of Namkha Rural Municipality ward number 6, said that the repair work was carried out by a local consumer group and that replacement of wooden structures including staircases and laying of stone slab in the inner open space of the monastery was at the final stage.
Police arrest man with pistol, ammunitionsBy RSS
The police have arrested a man with a pistol and five live cartridges from Triyuga-12 in Gaighat in Udayapur district.
COVID Special Hospital comes into operationBy RSS
The Province no 2 government has brought into operation a COVID Special Hospital in Janakpurdham.
Three arrested in possession of over 143 kilos marijuanaBy RSS
The police have nabbed three persons in possession of over 143 kilogrammes of marijuana from Hetauda Sub Metropolitan City-11 along the East-West Highway.
75 Yarshagumba pickers stranded at Phu area in ManangBy The Rising Nepal
Bishnu Lamichhane, Chief District Officer of Manang district, informed that 75 locals of Manang have been stranded as trails have been damaged due to heavy snowfall and rains.
KMC to provide emergency aid of Rs. 20 million for Melamchi flood victimsBy The Rising Nepal
As many as seven people have been confirmed dead including six foreign nationals while 20 others went missing when swollen Melamchi and Indrawati Rivers flooded the Melamchi bazaar on Wednesday night, according to a statement of the Sindhupalchowk district administration issued on Thursday.