130 supervisors mobilized for Census in TanahunBy RSS
As many as 130 supervisors have been mobilized in Tanahun for the National Census-2078 BS. The supervisors have been designated in the district for the census beginning today.
Muglin- Naubise road operationalBy RSS
The Muglin-Naubise road which was blocked due to landslide has been opened for traffic. The road was obstructed since 2 am today due to the deposition of landslide debris on the road, the Area Police Office, Muglin said.
Adequate budget demanded to renovate Janakpur pondsBy The Rising Nepal
Janakpurdham, the ancient capital of Mithila and the temporary capital of Province 2, has been at the centre of Mithila civilization. There are a number of monasteries and ponds full of religious faiths and beliefs, and millions of religious tourists visit the area every year for a holy bath. Janakpur is also known as a place with Bawan Kuti Bahattar Kunda or 52 temples and 72 ponds.
Muglin- Naubise road obstructedBy RSS
The Area Police Office, Muglin said the road has been blocked by debris from a landslide near Nagdikhola, Ichchhyakamana rural municipality-5 of Chitwan district.
Two killed, six injured in Jajarkot jeep accidentBy The Rising Nepal
As many as two people were killed and six were injured after a jeep met with an accident in Jajarkot.
SC allows lawmakers Pandey, Bhatta to join CPN (Unified Socialist)By The Rising Nepal
The Supreme Court has issued an interim order allowing House of Representatives (HoR) member Som Prasad Pandey and National Assembly (NA) member Sharada Devi Bhatta to choose Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Socialist).
Cabinet will be given full shape in some days: Minister BhusalBy RSS
Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Pampha Bhusal has said the Council of Ministers will get its full shape within few days. Addressing a party cadres' meeting organised by CPN (Maoist Centre) Shuklagandaki Town Committee at local Belchautara today, she said the Cabinet expansion stalled for long will now be forwarded.
Preparation for national censusBy RSS
As part of the preparation of the national census 2078, the district census office here organized training for supervisors in seven local levels. Office Chief Yagya Murti Bhandari informed that the supervisors would begin listing in the field from September 15 to October 4.
3 killed, 24 injured in bus-truck collisionBy RSS
Three persons died and 24 others were injured in a bus-truck collision at Nawalpur along the East-West Highway this morning.
People want wires removed over houses in BegnasBy The Rising Nepal
Locals living around the Begnas Lake in Pokhara, Kaski district, have objected to the high voltage solar wires stretched above their houses. They have argued that the poles of the solar were erected near their house. The Rupa Solar Company has erected some 300 solar wire poles in the area. The NEA had opened tender for the solar production project three years ago, and the company was offered the job.
Halesi Temple open after COVID-19 cases subsideBy RSS
The Halesi Temple closed for four months has been opened since Monday in the wake of decline in coronavirus infection. The meeting of the District COVID-19 Crisis Management Centre (DCCMC) had decided to open the religious site, also known as Pashupatinath in the east, on Sunday.
Three nabbed for planting bomb at Matrika Eye CentreBy The Rising Nepal
Police have arrested three persons for planting a bomb at the Matrika Eye Centre in Old Baneshwor and demanding ransom. Among the arrested are Ashish Kunwar and Abhishek Kunwar of Tripura Sundari Rural Municipality-5 in Dhading and Ammar Bahadur Roka Magar of Kholawang of Kureli Rural Municipality-1 in Rolpa. The accused were made public at a press conference held at the Metropolitan Police Range, Kathmandu on Sunday. They were arrested by the special team formed under the command of Superintendent...
At least 233 Nepali children lose custodians to COVID-19By Arpana Adhikari
A three-year-old boy Prabin (name changed) of Dolakha and his seven-, 11- and 15-year-old sisters lost their mother, who was their only caretaker in the family, to COVID-19. Their father had died some time before the pandemic hit the country, leaving the mother to raise the four children. Unfortunately, in the first wave of the pandemic, Prabin and his three siblings lost their mother to COVID-19 infection. Following the death of their mother, Prabin and his siblings have been left in the lurch...
National Children's Day: Among missing children, 83 per cent reunited with familiesBy RSS
Of the total 3,658 children gone missing during last fiscal year 2020/21, three thousand and nine were reunited with their families, according to the Ministry of Women, Children and Senior Citizen.
Foreign Ministry directs for halting NRNA poll proceduresBy RSS
The election procedures of the Non Resident Nepali Association (NRNA)’s International Coordination Council and the National Coordination Council have been put off following the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' directives towards that end.
Light to moderate rainfall forecast in most placesBy RSS
The weather will be generally cloudy throughout the country today with chances of light to moderate rain along with thunder and lightning at most places.
‘Example of compulsory and free education act is enough to know status of law implementation’By RSS
Implementation of the constitutionally-guaranteed fundamental rights provisions has witnessed challenge when the federal parliament-delegated right to make law was not properly enforced.
Beni-Darbang road construction resumes after five monthsBy RSS
The main contractor of the Beni-Darbang road construction has resumed its works after five months. As shared, the assistant contractor had left the construction of the strategically important road section in the lurch.
Schools resume classes in NepalgunjBy The Rising Nepal
Remaining closed for four months, schools in Nepalgunj Sub Metropolitan City have resumed their classes in physical presence from Sunday. The schools were closed in April this year after the arrival of the second wave of COVID-19.
Preparations for Indra Jatra beginBy The Rising Nepal
Guthi Sansthan, the Indra Jatra Management Committee and 29 Guthi Khala have started the preparation works for the famous Indra Jatra festival. The committees have already started maintenance works of three chariots--Ganesh, Kumari and Bhairav. Gautam Shakya, president of the Indra Jatra Festival Management Committee, said that the festival would be celebrated this year by following all the health protocols, like the previous year. Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) will provide Rs. 23 million...