COVID-19 update: 285 new cases, 259 recoveriesBy TRN Online
Three people succumbed to the virus infection taking the national COVID-19 death tally to 11,529 in the same period.
Shuklaphanta National Park displaced ones await for justice for nearly two decadesBy RSS
Although the government rehabilitated many displaced ones in various phases, the plight of displaced ones here has not come to the light of the local authority. The local authority has already formed over two and half dozen of Commissions to address the issues but to no avail.
National Congress of RPP begins in KathmanduBy TRN Online
Rajendra Lingden, general secretary of the RPP, informed that the national congress of the RPP has commencedd at Bhrikutimandap in Kathmandu.
Chepang children in Dhanding in need of warm clothesBy RSS
Many of the indigenous Chepang children at Simthali in Benighatrorang rural municipality-2 in Dhading district have been deprived of two square meal and warm clothes due to acute poverty, orphan state and lack of proper parental care.
Snowfall forecast due to influence of Westerly troughBy RSS
Snowfall has been forecast in the country for the next three days due to the influence of the Westerly trough and the low-pressure system formed at the Arabian Sea. According to the Meteorological Forecasting Division, there is presently generally to mostly cloudy in Gandaki Province, Lumbini Province, Karnali Province and Sudur Pashchim Province and partly to generally cloudy in rest of the Provinces.
5,931 motorcycles captured by the KMC for illegal parking this yearBy TRN Online
A total of 5,931 motorcycles have been captured in the current fiscal year by the Metro Police force under the Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC).
Three people killed in separate accidentsBy RSS
Three persons have died in two separate road accidents occurred in Jumla and Baglung today.
Newly-appointed Economic Affairs Minister sworn inBy RSS
The newly-appointed province Minister for Economic Affairs and Planning, Bindaman Bista has taken oath of office and secrecy.
New variant of Novel Coronavirus detected in South KoreaBy RSS
The first suspected case of Omicron variant of the Novel Coronavirus has been detected in South Korea, health authorities said on Tuesday, as the nation tightened its entry restrictions to prevent the virus from spreading in the country.
Alcohol, meat sale prohibited around Pashupati areaBy The Rising Nepal
Local administration has begun controlling the sale and consumption of meat, alcohol and other intoxicating items at the Pashupatinath area. With joint initiative of ward office and community police, some shops of meat and alcohol have been removed from Sifal area of Kathmandu Metropolitan City-7. The haphazardly opened alcohol shops have invited unnecessary squabbles among the alcoholics which creates an unholy atmosphere at the holy site.
Accessible public restroom opens at PatandhokaBy The Rising Nepal
A model universally accessible public toilet has come into operation at Patandhoka, Lalitpur. The toilet has been specially designed to accommodate the needs of people with disabilities, senior citizens and gender and sexual minorities and also has sanitary pad vending and disposal machines along with breastfeeding areas and diaper changing station, according to AEROSAN, the social enterprise which set up the toilet. AEROSAN Country Representative Prakash Amatya informed that the toilet was also...
Anti-child marriage campaign confronts challenges in BankeBy The Rising Nepal
Stakeholders have stressed that campaigns against child marriage in Banke face several challenges due to cultural norms. Government and non-government organisations are joining hands across Banke to declare wards of the district as ‘child marriage free’ areas but argued it was not an easy task. “The majority of communities in the district are Madheshi, Muslim and Tharu. The culture of solemnising marriage in small age is common among the communities and it is hard to make them convince that...
Over 37 % fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in SudhurpaschimBy The Rising Nepal
More than 37 per cent of the population of the Sudhurpachhim Province has been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. According to the Ministry of Social Development of the province, 731,790 people have received full dose of the vaccine. Similarly, 787,342 people have received first dose of the jab. With this, 37.56 per cent of the population has received both the doses and 40.41 percent first dose.
Gorkhapatra's contribution great to preserve national languages, script: CM RaiBy TRN Online
Executive Chairman Subedi shared that works are underway in such a way that the readers will find a different taste of an improved design and content of the publications after February 19.
Law on railways in the offing: Minister YadavBy RSS
Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Renu Yadav has said that preparations are being made to bring necessary laws related to railway operation through an ordinance.
CM Shahi presents proposal of vote of confidenceBy RSS
Chief Minister of Karnali Province, Jeevan Bahadur Shahi, has registered a proposal seeking a vote of confidence in today's meeting of the provincial assembly.
12th National Census: Preliminary report to include Kuti, Gunji and Nabhi villages in DarchulaBy RSS
The preliminary report of the 12th National Census (November 11-25, 2021) is likely to be unveiled within the next three months. The document is to incorporate details concerning Lipulek, Limpiyadhura and Kalapani as well.
IGP Thapa returns home attending INTERPOL General AssemblyBy RSS
Inspector General of Police (IGP) Shailesh Thapa Chettri arrived home today after participating in the 89th INTERPOL General Assembly held in Istanbul, Turkey from November 23-25 this year.
Minister Bhusal instructs for timely construction of hydels in Dordi CorridorBy RSS
Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Pampha Bhusal today inspected the under-construction hydropower projects and transmission lines at Dordi Corridor in Lamjung.
Three local levels in Jumla launch ambulance serviceBy RSS
Three local governments in Jumla, the district in Karnali Province, have lately launched the ambulance service. Hima, Sinja and Kanakasundari rural municipalities that lie in the Sinja Valley have recently started the facility, according to Hima rural municipality Chair Raj Bahadur Shahi.