RSS contact office comes into operation in DolakhaBy RSS
Dolakha Contact Office of the Rastriya Samachar Samiti (RSS) has come into operation from today. Minister for Communications and Information Technology Parbat Gurung made an on-site inspection of the office this morning.
Dr Rawal appointed as Vice-Chancellor of Karnali Academy of Health SciencesBy RSS
Dr Mangal Rawal has been appointed as the Vice-chancellor of Karnali Academy of Health Sciences (KAHS). Prime Minister and Chancellor KP Sharma Oli appointed Dr Rawal to the post.
Lone woman driving Nepal’s anti-landmine campaignBy The Rising Nepal
Globally, thousands of people lose their lives to landmines every year. Those who survive suffer life-altering injuries. In a bid to remember those who lost their lives to these lethal weapons of war and to spread awareness regarding their harmful effects, International Day for Mine Awareness is observed every year on April 4.
Relief being provided to 112 fire victimsBy The Rising Nepal
According to Istiyak Ahmad Sah, chairman at Narainapur Rural Municipality, 112 families whose houses were destroyed have been relocated to 40 temporary tents for now.
Hearing on proposed SC judges on April 16By RSS
The parliamentary hearing on the proposed judges for Supreme Court, Kumar Chundal and Nahakul Subedi is scheduled for April 16, according to Committee's President, Laxman Lal Karna.
56 home returnees antigen-tested, positive for Covid-19By RSS
As many as 56 Nepali people, who have returned home from various cities of neighbouring India, have been antigen-tested and found positive for Covid-19 on Friday and Saturday alone.
Dolakha's Baghkhor-Bhainse-Sitali road selected for strategic road network, locals happyBy The Rising Nepal
A road section from Baghkhor of Sailung Rural Municipality to Sitali of Melung Rural Municipality in Dolakha has been chosen in the 165 strategic road projects inaugurated by Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Saturday.
Speaker administers oath to HoR member Janaki DeviBy RSS
Speaker Agni Prasad Sapkota administered the oath of office and secrecy to newly appointed House of Representatives (HoR) member Janaki Devi Ram.
Substandard equipment 'making mountaineering riskier'By The Rising Nepal
The mountain guides have appealed to the government to put concern on the protection of the mountain climbers as the risk of fatalities is high for lack of the prior management of rules and regulation for mountain climbers.
NC President Deuba stresses reviewing common agenda of educationBy RSS
Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has stressed the need of reviewing the common agenda of education as guaranteed in the constitution.
Among 106 cases of missing in eight months, 77 children foundBy The Rising Nepal
“In most of the cases, the children leave the houses on their whims, without informing their parents,” said Bhimarjun Adhikari, Chief at the Women and Children Help Centre of the Rupandehi District Police.
Two killed, seven injured in road accidentBy RSS
Two people have died and seven others were injured in a road accident that took place at Rangrung in Salikot rural municipality-2 of the district. The accident took place on Saturday evening when a jeep (Na. 5 Cha. 3298) returning from Barpak fell off some 200 meters below the road.
Bheri Hospital named best hospitalBy The Rising Nepal
Bheri Hospital that is serving thousands of patients in western Nepal became the best medical service provider in the country. Quality Control and Regulatory Division under Ministry of Health and Population has certified the public hospital as the best hospital after its field visit and evaluation in its annual progress report. “Bheri Hospital served the best to the patients,” it is mentioned in evaluation report.
Food crisis afflicts Limi Valley in Humla, delegation reaches Simkot for helpBy The Rising Nepal
Braving a long journey through hostile snowcapped mountains and rugged terrain, a delegation of 25 residents from Limi Valley arrived in Simkot, the district headquarters of Humla. With alarming food scarcity problems at all of Limi’s three high-altitude villages, Halji, Jang and Til, the group led by the Namkha Rural Municipality –Ward No. 6 Chairperson Paljor Tamang have come to Simkot to table their concerns.
Minister Ale directs to provide treatment of the injuredBy RSS
Minister for Forests and Environment Prem Bahadur Ale has directed the authorities concerned not to leave any stone unturned to provide treatment to the employees and enumerators who were injured in an attack of wild elephant 'Dhrube' during rhino census.
24 India returnees test positiveBy RSS
Twenty-four people tested positive in the antigen test carried out to check for coronavirus among those returning home from India. The test was carried out at the Gaddachauki and Trinagar check posts on Friday.
One killed by elephantBy RSS
A man has died after being attacked by a wild elephant at Janaki rural municipality-6 of Kailali district.
Influx of tourists to Antu and Kanyam (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
The tourism business of Antu and Kanyam, which collapsed owing to the lockdown after the COVID-19 pandemic, is now flourishing.
NY District Attorney’s Office hands over three lost antiquities to NepalBy The Rising Nepal
The Consulate General of Nepal in New York received three lost Nepali antiquities from the New York County District Attorney’s Office on Friday. Joan Illuzzi-Orbon, executive district attorney of New York County, handed over the antiquities to Acting Consul General Bishnu Prasad Gautam at a ceremony organised by the District Attorney’s Office on its premises.
Stalled work of postal highway resumesBy The Rising Nepal
Work on the long-stalled Sarlahi section of the postal highway has finally started moving forward. According to Ramesh Kumar Goit, engineer at the Division Road Office (DRO), Chandranigahpur, the contractors started working after the DRO began a process of taking action against them.