Five political parties call for managing vaccines immediatelyBy RSS
Five political parties active in Kaski have demanded with the province and the federal governments for managing vaccines against coronavirus infection for the people.
Vaccination campaign halted in KMCBy RSS
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has stopped the programme of adminstering the vaccines against COVID-19 to people of 60 to 64 years of age.
UNICEF envoys urge G7 leaders to supply COVID-19 vaccines to poor countriesBy The Rising Nepal
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassadors Priyanka Chopra Jonas, David Beckham, Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom, Whoopi Goldberg, Angélique Kidjo, and Liam Neeson have joined an extraordinary call by 28 high-profile UNICEF Ambassadors and Supporters demanding that G7 leaders commit to donating doses of COVID -19 vaccines to poorer countries, including Nepal. In an open letter, published on Tuesday ahead of the three-day G7 Leaders’ Summit, they urged the G7 leaders to commit to sharing a minimum of 20 per cent...
MIS-C, post COVID-19 illness seen in children, has well defined treatment, symptoms with high prognosis: PediatriciansBy The Rising Nepal
“Redness in the eye, difficulty in breathing, sore throat, rashes, fever, blue skin, lips or nails, fatigue, stomach ache, diarrhea and problem in lungs are the major symptoms of disease,” said Dr. Bichha.
Flood in Baskhet rivulet damages dozen housesBy RSS
The flood on the rivulet following heavy rain from Wednesday night damaged the houses. A local, Bhojraj Bhatta, said that the flood on the Baskhet rivulet damaged more than one dozen houses of Adtola and Baita villages.
Rhino horn foundBy RSS
A rhino horn has been found at Kalika Municipality in eastern Chitwan.
News related to CM Gurung’s resignation is false: Province chief’s officeBy RSS
The office of the Chief of Gandaki Province has refuted the news of Chief Minister Prithvi Subba Gurung’s resignation.
Minister Tamang reveals property detailsBy RSS
Minister for Health and Population Sher Bahadur Tamang has made public his property details. Minister Tamang after being appointed to the post of the minister revealed the proprties in his and his wife’s name following the existing laws.
Leopard killed in fight with another in Nuwakot (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
A leopard has been found dead at the Tarakeshwor Rural Municipality of Nuwakot District.
A case of disappearing woodBy The Rising Nepal
A case of disappearing of seized Sal wood has surfaced in Saptari. A tractor full of wood was seized in Thelaiya area of Kanchanrup Municipality but it disappeared on the way back to the authorities.
Two musk deer found deadSchoolsBy The Rising Nepal
Two musk deer were found dead in Sagarmatha National Park (SNP)
Civil Hospital receives health support worth Rs 11.8 millionBy RSS
The Minbhawan-based Civil Hospital has received medical assistance worth amounting to Rs 11.8 million. Bagmati Province Assembly member Deependra Shrestha took the initiative to raise support and hand over them to the hospital.
Province-2 cabinet expanded; three minsters from NC take oathBy RSS
Province-2 Chief Minister Lalbabu Raut has expanded the Council of Ministers. He inducted three province assembly members of the Nepali Congress (NC) to the cabinet on Wednesday evening.
‘Curbing black carbon emissions can slow glacier melt’By The Rising Nepal
Black carbon deposits originating from factories, cooking and vehicles are compounding the effects of climate change to speed up the melting of the Himalayan glaciers. More aggressively curbing black carbon emissions can slow glacier melt and improve the security of water resources in the region, according to a new report published by the World Bank.
Schools gearing up for new academic sessionBy The Rising Nepal
Schools across the country have started preparing for the next academic session, scheduled to get started from mid-June. Recent announcement by the local governments that the schools can publish the final results of their students through internal assessment cleared the way to move in that direction. Local governments made that announcement after the federal government asked schools to enroll their students for the next session from mid-June in a virtual manner.
Speaker Sapkota invites PM, political leaders for Friday meetingBy RSS
The Speaker has written to the leaders of political parties represented in the dissolved House of Representatives (HoR) including CPN (UML) Chair and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli inviting them for the discussion. According to Speaker’s media expert Shreedhar Neupane, the incumbent Prime Minister, former Prime Ministers and leaders of all political parties in the dissolved HoR have been invited to the meeting.
Party Congress will be held by mid-September: NC President DeubaBy The Rising Nepal
Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has made it clear that the party congress will be held within mid-September and urged all the party leaders to not cast doubt over the possibility of the congress and make similar expression in the public.
Government insists on extraction of aggregates from only identified quarriesBy RSS
Saying attempts have been made to politicise this provision in the budget in the name of Chure though the point 199 of the budget has not mentioned about Chure, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Bishnu Prasad Poudel said that there would not be any interference on the Chure ecology.
JSPN, NC and CPN (Maoist Centre) agree on reshuffle of government in Province 2By RSS
The Janata Samajwadi Party Nepal (Upendra Yadav Group), the Nepali Congress and the CPN (Maoist Centre) have agreed on reshuffling the government in Province no 2.