Ferry operators charge unreasonable pricesBy The Rising Nepal
Set up by the Nepal Army, the ferries operating along the Karnali Corridor have been collecting transportation charges. However, these ferries have been alleged of charging unreasonable prices much to the chagrin of vehicle drivers.
Teenaged victim leads to arrest of five sex traffickersBy Nayak Paudel
A 16-year-old girl had been living with her father, a daily wage worker. The duo hardly sustained their daily livelihood. However, when the father received a job proposal for her daughter Ramita (not real name) at a cloth shop in Kathmandu, he sent her to Kathmandu with a man thinking that his daughter could now lead a decent life.
Halted Beni-Jomsom road resumesBy RSS
The Beni-Jomsom road that links Mustang with the national highway has restarted today allowing vehicles.
Lawmakers urge to resolve telecom-related problemsBy RSS
Lawmakers have suggested finding a long-term solution by carrying out a study of telecom problems seen in rural areas.
Mustard crop production increases in Kailali sending happiness to farmersBy RSS
Mustard crop production has increased by almost double this year as compared to the previous year, according to the Agriculture Knowledge Centre, Kailali.
Belahiya border point tightened to contain virus spreadBy The Rising Nepal
With rising COVID-19 cases in India, security has been beefed up at several Nepal-India border points, especially at the Bhairahawa-Sunauli (Belahiya) border point.
Sugarcane farmers receive paymentsBy The Rising Nepal
Sugar mills have failed to pay hardworking sugarcane farmers their outstanding dues for two years. Farmers continuously resorted to protests demanding payments throughout the nation and even in Kathmandu.
Cheap tour packages for domestic tourists in LumbiniBy The Rising Nepal
With an aim to attract domestic tourists to Lumbini, budget-friendly packages have been rolled out by Lumbini Hotel Association for the target groups.
U.S. Handovers Antiquities to NepalBy The Rising Nepal
The Acting Consul General of Nepal Bishnu Prasad Gautam has received three Nepali lost antiquities from Joan Illuzzi-Orbon, Executive District Attorney of New York County District Attorney's Office in New York.
Youth injured in explosion diesBy RSS
A youth who was injured seriously in a bomb blast at Badigad Rural Municipality of Baglung district died last night.
Finance Minister Poudel for practicable budgetBy RSS
Finance Minister Bishnu Prasad Poudel has urged the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation to propose the programmes for the coming budget which the ministry is capable to implement.
Distribution of Melamchi water at Balaju area todayBy RSS
The Kathmandu Upatyaka Khanepani Limited (KUKL), water supply authority in Kathmandu Valley, has begun distributing Melamchi water at Balaju area. The drinking water is being supplied from 5:00am today.
Close watch key to prevent drowning incidentsBy The Rising Nepal
Twelve-year-old Kamlesh Kahar had left his home for a pond located in Ward No. 12 of Lumbini Sanskritik Municipality in Lumbini to cleanse the stains on his body and clothes left by the colours of Holi festival on Monday. But he never returned home. He got drowned in the pond. The boy was rescued right after he was spotted falling into the pond and then rushed to the Universal College of Medical Sciences and Teaching Hospital for treatment but died while undergoing treatment.
Minister vows access to information and technology to allBy RSS
Minister for Communications and Information Technology Parbat Gurung has underscored the need to ensure all Nepalis access to information and technology.
PM Oli directs to bring master plan for overall development of educationBy RSS
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has directed the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology to make a master plan for the overall development of the education sector and the use of human resources.
International airlines companies can use telecommunications service in Nepali skyBy RSS
Now international airlines companies can use the internet and telecommunications service in the Nepali sky.
KUKL to issue shares to the general publicBy The Rising Nepal
Kathmandu Upatyaka Khanepani Limited (KUKL) is going to issue an Initial Public Offering (IPO) as KUKL is projecting a good revenue source with the commencement of regular supply of the Melamchi Water.
Call for using Devanagari letters and numbers in 'embossed number plate'By RSS
A delegation of Nepal Law Professionals, the Bhasa Sahitya Pratisthan (Language and Literature Foundation) and Nepal Democratic Lawyers' Association met with Nepali Congress president Sher Bahadur Deuba today and urged him to use his good offices for using the Devanagiri scripts in the embossed number plates of vehicles.
CPN (Maoist Centre) to decide soon over its support to incumbent governmentBy RSS
An informal meeting of the standing committee held at the party headquarters, Perisdanda, today decided to take decision on the course of the current political scenario within one or two days, said Spokesperson, Narayankaji Shrestha.
Wildfires in community forests posing high risk to settlements in DotiBy RSS
Wildfires broken out in at least a dozen community forests in Doti district are yet to be put out. The nearby settlements are at high risk due to this. The natural disaster continues for a week now which has destroyed trees and wildlife habitat.