Increasing numbers of vulture encourage conservationistsBy RSS
Conservationists are encouraged with the rising vulture population. Vultures are fed on dead animals and are regarded as the natural scavengers.
Six killed, two go missing in Parbat landslideBy RSS
Six people died and two others have gone missing in a landslide that occurred in Parbat district on Thursday night. The landslide had occurred at Durlung of Kushma municipality and Modi rural municipality-5 following heavy rainfall.
Over 600 thousand people get first shot of vaccine against COVID-19 in SudurpaschimBy RSS
More than 600 thousand people of Sudurpaschim Province including Baitadi district have been administered COVID-19 vaccines so far.
Poudel seeks support of all to make general convention a successBy RSS
Nepali Congress senior leader Ram Chandra Poudel has said that the party's 14th general convention should be made a success despite the tough time of the COVID-19 pandemic and monsoon season.
Five dead, three missing in Parbat landslidesBy RSS
Two persons were found dead and three others of a single family went missing in a landslide occurred at Durlung of Kushma Municipality-3 following a heavy rain last night.
Kavre to run four water supplies projectsBy RSS
Four mega projects of drinking water supplies are being developed in Kavre district with the purpose to supply drinking water to a large number of people in four different local levels.
Most complaints at CIAA related to local govtsBy The Rising Nepal
The Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) received the highest number of corruption complaints related to local governments even in first three months of 2078 BS. The CIAA received 32.72 per cent complaints related to local governments out of the total number of complaints it received. Sector-wise, it has received 15.61 per cent complaints related with education, 9.09 per cent complaints related with land administration, 5.01 per cent complaints related with forest and environment...
Govt to mark 7th Constitution Day for three daysBy The Rising Nepal
The government has decided to observe the 7th Constitution Day by organising various programmes for three days. The meeting of the concerned officials held at PM’s Office under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba took the decision to mark the Constitution Day for three days from Asoj 2 to 4 (September 18-20). The meeting also decided to form the main celebration committee under the chairmanship of PM Deuba and other subcommittees, according to PM’s personal secretary Badri...
UML split leaves impact on district politicsBy The Rising Nepal
The CPN-UML was formally split a week ago after the Election Commission registered and certified CPN (Unified Socialist), a breakaway faction of UML. The split now has an impact on the district politics. Though the impact of the split is less among the people's representatives, it mostly affected the district committee of UML.
Sadhguru returns after Kailash visitBy The Rising Nepal
Indian spiritual leader Sadhguru has returned to Nepalgunj after viewing Mount Kailash and the Mansarovar Lake from Lapcha. According to tourism entrepreneur Bijay Lama, Sadhguru made his way from Lumi Tumling, where he was staying, to Lapacha on foot on Tuesday and viewed the holy mountain and lake from Lapcha. He again made the journey by helicopter on Wednesday to view them once more.
Ten more Nepalis return home from AfghanistanBy The Rising Nepal
Nepali migrant workers continue to return to their home from Afghanistan. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) informed that additional 10 Nepalis arrived in Kathmandu on Wednesday and Thursday. “Six individual came to Kathmandu via regular flight of Fly Dubai and two via Qatar Airways on Wednesday evening. Likewise, two migrants returned to the country from Qatar Airways’ regular flight on Thursday,” read the statement.
NC convention from today, Paudel braces to have single candidateBy The Rising Nepal
The Nepali Congress is all set to hold its lower committee or the ward level general convention from Friday. NC Central Election Committee coordinator Mahadev Yadav informed that the 14th general convention begins from Friday in 56 districts, where the active membership issue was resolved. Meanwhile, NC rival faction led by senior leader Ram Chandra Paudel on Thursday said the faction would choose a single party president candidate by forging a consensus. Orgnising a press meet at the party central...
NC Ward conventions to begin in 56 districts from FridayBy RSS
About nine hundred thousand NC active members are voters of the party's village/municipal ward conventions. As per the Congress statute, the active members elect the ward committee and regional representative of their ward. The ward convention will elect one chair, two deputy chairpersons, two secretaries and two joint secretaries. In addition, ward members and regional representatives will be elected in proportion to the number of voters.
Order not to hear the dispute related to the Constitutional CouncilBy RSS
A single bench of Justice Hari Prasad Phuyal today issued an interim order not to hear the dispute over the ordinance in the Constitutional bench till the final settlement of the writ petition. As a result, the hearing of the dispute over the ordinance, which was pending with the order on Friday, has also been stopped.
CPN (Unified Socialist) sets up parliamentary party officeBy RSS
The CPN (Unified Socialist) has established its parliamentary party office here today.
Over 10 million get COVID-19 vaccines in Nepal, acknowledgement from WHO regional directorBy RSS
Over 10 million people in Nepal have received COVID-19 vaccines. The vaccination campaign is going on from the government level.
Lumbini Province Assembly meeting put off till Sept 15By RSS
A meeting of Lumbini Province Assembly called for today has been postponed. The fifth meeting of ninth session was put off till 15th September by issuing a notice.
NC’s ward convention put off in KathmanduBy RSS
The Nepali Congress (NC) convention has not been ascertained in some districts, including federal capital Kathmandu when only a day is to go for its pre-scheduled ward convention.
Four women die when Sisne rivulet sweeps away a carBy RSS
At least four women died when a rivulet took away a car in Dang. DSP Mukunda Prasad Rijal informed that all four persons onboard died when a flood-fed Sisne rivulet of Ghorahi sub-metropolis-4 swept away the Ghorahi-bound car (Province 3-01-24 Cha 4440) from Nepalgunj on Wednesday evening.