National Census, 2021 to start on November 11By RSS
The main census programme are scheduled for November 11-25 while the household enumeration programme will begin on September 15-October 4, said Director General of National Bureau of Statistics, Nebin Lal Shrestha. The census was scheduled for June 8-22 prior to this.
CPN (UML) disrupts parliament meetingBy The Rising Nepal
In response, Speaker Sapkota urged the UML lawmakers who were chanting slogans against the Speaker to read again section B and C of Rule 21 of Parliament Regulation 2075 BS. He urged them to not go beyond the grace and norms of the parliament.
Constitution Day to be observed by hoisting national flag at every houseBy RSS
The Seventh Constitution Day-2078 is to be observed as the National Day from September 18-20 within the country and abroad. On the occasion, illumination would be organised in the country and Nepali Embassies and diplomatic missions abroad.
International Literacy Day today: 23 districts to be declared fully literateBy RSS
The International Literacy Day is being celebrated today in the country through virtual and other means. The theme of the International Literacy Day this year is “Literacy for a human-centred recovery: Narrowing the digital divide.”
Call for not making hasty decision to open schoolsBy RSS
Preparations are underway in a way to resume the operation of schools at local levels of in Kathmandu and other districts from September 17 being based on the risk analysis of COVID-19.
Dr Poudel declares candidacy for NRNA’s general secretaryBy RSS
Aspiring candidates for leadership have stepped up their preparation in view of the election of the Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA0 – the largest and significant umbrella organization of Nepali immigrants and Diaspora – scheduled for coming October 23-25.
Two men en-route to Qatar arrested with 4kg hashishBy The Rising Nepal
Police have arrested two individuals with 4.035 kilograms of hashish from the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) on Monday. The duo was en-route to Doha via Qatar Airways. According to the Tuesday's news bulletin of the Nepal Police Headquarters, the duo has been identified as 36-year-old Shyam Prasad Roka and 35-year-old Bir Bahadur Roka. Both are the residents of Mangala Rural Municipality in Myagdi district.
80 civil servants receive prizes on Civil Service DayBy The Rising Nepal
The government has rewarded 80 government officials for their excellent service on the occasion of Civil Service Day, 2021. The prizes were distributed to the best civil servants of the year 2019 and 2020 amid a special programme organised by the Civil Service Day event organising committee on Tuesday.
NTB to provide temporary jobs to 1,000 tourism workersBy The Rising Nepal
Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) has launched a campaign in collaboration with the Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) to provide short-term employment to 1,000 workers involved in the tourism sector. The campaign has been launched under the umbrella of the two-and-a-half-years Sustainable Tourism for Livelihood Recovery Project (STLRP) initiated by the board with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to help people involved in Nepali tourism financially recover from...
NC determines slogan for its upcoming general conventionBy RSS
A meeting of the party's Information, Communications and Publicity Department set 'Enthusiasm, Unity and Transformation in Nepali Congress- Let's make the 14th General Convention Successful' as the slogan of the upcoming general convention.
Over 1.8 million people get full dose of vaccine against COVID-19 in Bagmati provinceBy RSS
A total of 1 million 848 thousand 588 people in Bagmati Province have got full dose of vaccine against COVID-19 so far. According to the Social Development Ministry of the Province, 32 per cent of people above 18 years have been vaccinated with full dose of vaccine against COVID-19 in the province.
CM Pokharel calls for investment in large scale projectsBy RSS
World Bank's Country Director for Nepal, Faris Hadad-Zervos, paid a courtesy call on Chief Minister of Gandaki Province, Krishna Chandra Pokharel.
Devotees throng Gokarneshwor Temple (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
A large flow of devotees was witnessed in Gokarneshwor Temple, Kathmandu on the occasion of Kushe Aunshi.
Monsoon activities to intensifyBy RSS
The monsoon will be further active for two more days, the department of Hydrology and Meteorology said in a special bulletin today.
10 people's representatives including DCC chief enter CPN (Unified Socialist)By RSS
Ten people's representatives including Chief of District Coordination Committee here registered themselves as the leaders of CPN (Unified Socialist).
40 civil servants named for Civil Service PrizesBy The Rising Nepal
The government has decided to award 40 government officials on the occasion of the Civil Service Day, 2021. Of the 40 government employees, 10 will receive the ‘Best Civil Service Prize’ while 30 will get Civil Service Prize.
NC to clear stalemate: Leader SinghBy RSS
Nepali Congress leader Prakash Man Singh has said NC had always cleared the stalemate the country faced.
Programmes to make freed haliyas self-reliant: CM BhattaBy RSS
Chief Minister of Sudurpaschim Province, Trilochan Bhatta, has said programmes would be launched in a planned manner to make the freed haliyas self-reliant.
Father’s Day todayBy The Rising Nepal
Nepali Hindus are observing father’s day on Tuesday. People mark the day, which falls on the new moon day of Kuse Aunsi in the Nepali month of Bhadra by showing respect to their fathers and offering them sweets, gifts and delicious food items. Married women visit their fathers’ home to celebrate the day with him.
‘Beating climate change impacts becoming harder’By The Rising Nepal
After planting saplings at Indrayani Park in Lalitpur Metropolitan City-2 on the occasion of Civil Servants' Day, Minister Bhusal said, "As a consequence of the activities of developed countries, we have to bear the impact of climate change.”