Works to develop Tourism Satellite Account in full swingBy The Rising Nepal
Preparations to arrange a Tourism Satellite Account to record the data of international tourists visiting Nepal are underway.
COVID-19 turns youth to self-employment in BajuraBy The Rising Nepal
COVID -19 has forced the youth of Bajura to work in their own villages rather than going back abroad. The youth who were working in India had to come back home after their workplace has shut down due to the lockdown.
Buddha to add flights to Bhairahawa, NepalgunjBy The Rising Nepal
Buddha Air is conducting one additional flight from Kathmandu to Bhairahawa and Nepalgunj.
Constitutional bench: comments on performance from lawyers and ex-justiceBy RSS
Former Chief Justice Kalyan Shrestha has underlined that the Justice should strongly present their wisdom, conscience, quality and capacity so as to cut through the growing frustration to the judiciary.
Democratic panel announces candidacy for FNJ leadershipBy RSS
Amidst a programme in the capital on Wednesday, as many as 11 organizations, including Nepal Press Union, Press Center and Press Chautari Nepal have announced the panel under the leadership of Bipul Pokharel.
FNJ publishes final list of candidatesBy The Rising Nepal
A total of 165 candidates are vying for 38 different positions in the upcoming election of the Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ). According to the final name list published by the FNJ Election Committee on Wednesday, four persons – Gajendra Singh Budhathoki, Nirmala Sharma, Ram Prasad Dahal and Bipul Pokharel – are contesting for the post of president in the umbrella organisation of Nepali journalists.
Apitherapy benefitting leader KhanalBy The Rising Nepal
Apitherapy, an alternative treatment method done by using bee venom, has become an unfailing medicine for former Prime Minister and senior leader of the CPN-UML Jhalanath Khanal, who has been suffering from various diseases including back pain.
86 incidents of rape in eight months in SunsariBy The Rising Nepal
As many as 86 cases of rape and rape attempts have been reported in the last eight months in Sunsari district, according to the data maintained by the District Police Office (DPO), Sunsari.
Construction of Bhimphedi-Kulekhani Tunnel slow pacedBy The Rising Nepal
Although the provincial government set up a project office for the Post Bahadur Bogati Tunnel Road in September last year, work has not gathered momentum yet owing to a lack of manpower and other problems.
‘Government achievements overlooked’By RSS
Nepal Communist Party (Maoist Center)’s Dev Prasad Gurung reminded the House of the provision requiring the Prime Minister to win the vote of confidence from the parliament in the aftermath of Supreme Court’s verdict to reinstate it. He accused the government of rendering the parliament devoid of business.
Municipalities should formulate plans based on scientific criteria: CM RaiBy RSS
Saying building a new Nepal is the only one goal of federal, provincial and local government, the Chief Minister shared that the province government would collaborate with municipalities for building a beautiful country in a planned manner.
Increasing incidents of forest fires add to rising pollutionBy The Rising Nepal
With the smoke emanating from forest fires covering the atmosphere, other pollutants are mixing and pushing the rate of air pollution higher in Nepal and other countries. Forest fires are more intense in Asia and Central Asia than in any other countries in Europe and the North American countries.
Land worth Rs. 1 billion being returned to governmentBy The Rising Nepal
Recommendation has been made to the Ministry of Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation to register 180 Bighas land located at Khadsari, Khajura Rural Municipality-6 in Banke in the name of the government.
Seven girls missing from Mahottari found in IndiaBy The Rising Nepal
Seven girls, who went missing from Bhangaha Municipality-8 of Mahottari since Tuesday afternoon, have been found in Sitamarhi, an Indian district that falls under the state of Bihar.
Two women arrested, eight rescuedBy RSS
Police have arrested two women from Damak municipality for involving women in prostitution by confining them in a house.
KMC re-approaches DoA for evicting unauthorized business outletsBy RSS
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has re-approached the Department of Archeology (DoA) to make concrete efforts towards removing the unlawfully operated business outlets in and around Basantapur area –the world heritage site.
CM Rai pledges to develop 'Khuwalung' a tourism areaBy RSS
Province-1 Chief Minister Sherdhan Rai has pledged to conserve and develop 'Khuwalung' – the religious and cultural heritage of Kirant – as a tourism hub.
106 community school buildings reconstructed after earthquakeBy RSS
Reconstruction of 106 community school buildings has been completed in Khotang after the destructive earthquake that took place in 2015.
Bird flu in Kathmandu Valley, about 1,500 birds culled in NakhuBy The Rising Nepal
Bird flu was detected last Friday while testing PCR samples of ducks, chickens and battai reared by farmers in Nakhu at the Central Veterinary Disease Investigation Laboratory, Tripureshwor, read the press statement of the Department.
Guragain bags Madan Bhandari Memorial Journalism AwardBy RSS
More than a dozen working journalists have been awarded on the occasion of the 23rd anniversary of Reporters Club Nepal. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli presented the prizes to and felicitated the media persons at a programme organised at the City Hall today.