Upper Tamakoshi to run in full 456 MW capacity from Sept. 9By The Rising Nepal
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project Bigyan Prasad Shrestha said that commercial production from all six units of the project would begin as soon as the main test of all the units was completed.
CPN (Unified Socialist) party becomes largest party in Sudur Paschim, one more lawmaker join it todayBy The Rising Nepal
On Monday, one more lawmaker namely Maya Tamang Bohara verified for the Unified Socialist deserting the CPN (UML) while there were 13 lawmakers with the party till Sunday.
Schools in Kathmandu allowed to resume physical classes from Sept 17By The Rising Nepal
A joint meeting between the Kathmandu district administration and the local levels in the district on Monday decided to resume school classes in physical presence of the students starting from September 17.
Family hacked to death in SankhuwasabhaBy RSS
Six members of a family have been murdered in Sankhuwasabha district. Among the dead include two minors and one octogenarian. An unidentified group allegedly killed the family of one Tej Bahadur Karki of Khola Gaun of Madi municipality-1.
Influence of monsoon wind: precipitation in most placesBy RSS
Rainfall has taken place in most of the places throughout the country due to the influence of the monsoon wind. The precipitation will occur until Tuesday evening.
Bulbule Taal to be expandedBy RSS
Surkhet's iconic pond and major touristic spot, Bulbule Taal, is set for expansion. The Surkhet Valley Town Development Committee has prepared a master plan for this purpose.
Torrential rain inundates several places in KathmanduBy RSS
Incessant rain since last night has inundated 385 households of the Kathmandu Valley. As many as 247 flood survivors were rescued.
Seven injured in lightning strike, a dozen of properties damagedBy The Rising Nepal
Bishnu Kumari Khadka, Tulasa Dhamala, and Anisha Khadka of Siddhicharan Municipality-10, Betini have been severely injured and are currently under treatment at Okhaldhunga Community Hospital in Subaru.
Landslide disrupts Helambu HighwayBy RSS
Road traffic has been obstructed after continuous landslide in Melamchi-12 Bahunepati and Fatakshila of 13 Melamchi-Jirokilo road section since last night.
Nepal–EU Film Festival from September 17By The Rising Nepal
The Delegation of the European Union to Nepal has informed that the 10th edition of the Nepal-European Union Film Festival- 2021 (NEUFF) will begin on September 17. Films selected for the festival will be screened through the virtual streaming platform ‘Festival Scope’. Organising a virtual press conference on Sunday, the Delegation of the European Union informed that the 10th edition of the NEUFF will be held from September17 to 25. The nine-day festival brings 15 award-winning films and...
Incessant rainfall inundates settlements in Kathmandu (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Various places in the Valley have been inundated due to the flooding in the rivers caused by incessant rainfall from last night.
Nine people’s representatives choose Unified SocialistBy RSS
As many as nine people’s representatives, including Deputy Chief of District Coordination Committee Devimaya Nepali on Sunday have authenticated their signatures in favour of the CPN (Unified Socialist) led by Madhav Kumar Nepal in Taplejung district.
Conduct training in integrated manner: Finance MinisterBy The Rising Nepal
Finance Minister Janardan Sharma has directed to make policy preparations to conduct training programmes in an integrated manner. “Programmes of the same nature are being carried out by many government bodies. In this way, the work is not effective. Prepare to centralise them,” he said at a programme organised at the Ministry of Finance Sunday. "There is a problem of giving the same training to the same person every year. It should be stopped,” he said. He stressed on the need to conduct...
Army HQ bids farewell to CoAS ThapaBy The Rising Nepal
Nepali Army Headquarters Sunday formally bid farewell to Chief of the Army Staff (CoAS) General Purna Chandra Thapa. In the farewell ceremony organised by the Acting Army Chief Prabhu Ram Sharma inhonour of outgoing Army Chief Thapa this evening, the Army Headquarters provided separate tokens of love to the retiring CoAS. The Acting Army Chief, Defence Secretary Begendra Raj Sharma Paudyal, chief of Nepal Police Shailesh Thapa Kshetri, Shailendra Khanal, Chief of Nepal Armed Police Force and Ganesh...
64 representatives of Salyan choose CPN (US)By The Rising Nepal
As many as 64 people’s representatives of Salyan, who were elected on CPN-UML tickets, joined the CPN (Unified Socialist), Saturday. Out of 23 ward chairpersons elected from CPN-UML in the district, 16 ward chairpersons have verified themselves in favour of the Madhav Kumar-led CPN (Unified Socialist), after reaching the district office of the Election Commission.
'Professional and Creative administration: Development, Prosperity and Good Governance' – Catchphrase of Civil Service DayBy RSS
The government has determined the slogan for the civil servants for the next five years. A meeting of the Civil Service Day Main Programme Committee chaired by Chief Secretary Shanker Das Bairagi fixed the slogan - 'Professional and Creative administration: Development, Prosperity and Good Governance' – as the motto from 2078 BS to 2082 BS.
Kathmandu CDO to hold meeting with local level representatives on resumption of schoolsBy The Rising Nepal
As the local levels of Kathmandu district have informed that they would resume physical classes from the coming week, the District Administration Office, Kathmandu has called authorities from local levels to hold discussions on the matter.
Two more lawmakers switch to NCP (Unified Socialist) in Province 2By The Rising Nepal
Two more provincial assembly members of Province 2 have identified themselves as the member of newly formed NCP (Unified Socialist).
The hill of Helambu continues to slide down, Koshi and Kamala directing towards settlementsBy RSS
In some places, dry landslides were falling from the hills, while in others, there were mounds of rocks and mud. The lower level of the river bank has been piled up by the floodwaters from above. The river continued to cut along the banks of the river. The rising water level in the upper part of Helambu has not stopped flowing as it reaches the lower level.
Oli asks govt to make its stance clear on MCCBy The Rising Nepal
CPN-UML Chairman and former PM KP Sharma Oli asked Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ to make the government’s stance clear on the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) agreement.