Barpak sets up oxygen mini plantRSS
In its bid to ensure a regular supply of oxygen to the needy ones at a time of treatment, an oxygen plant has been established at Barpak village in the Gorkha district.
India’s roadside restaurateurs count cost of pandemicThe Rising Nepal
"We are in a very bad situation and the restaurant is on the verge of dying," said the 35-year-old. "We have no work and so many expenses to bear. Our condition is pathetic."
Two die in separate incidents in DangRSS
A girl died of snakebite in Deukhuri in Dang district today. The deceased has been identified as Reshma Bohara, 12, of Gadawa rural municipality-7, Bijaypur, according to Lamahi Hospital.
Ireland, Denmark extend support to Nepal to fight COVID pandemicThe Rising Nepal
“It is important that we stand with the people of Nepal in their moment of need. The Irish Aid programme, managed in my Department, is supporting the delivery costs of the donation, which has come from the Health Service and others, including the Nepal Ireland Society,” said Simon Coveney Foreign Minister of Ireland, as stated in the press release issued on Friday by the Delegation of the European Union to Nepal.
Sirijanga rural municipality to provide scholarship for MBBS studentRSS
The Sirijanga rural municipality in Taplejung has announced to provide free education to students originally from the rural municipality wishing to pursue an MBBS degree.
California ends mask requirements for fully vaccinated workersThe Rising Nepal
Fully vaccinated Californians won’t have to wear masks in the workplace after state regulators voted Thursday to end mask requirements and the governor immediately signed an executive order to allow the changes to quickly take effect.
Nepal receives health supplies from Ireland, DenmarkRSS
The Government of Ireland has provided different health supplies to Nepal. Under the European Union’s Civil Protection Mechanism, Nepal received tranches of critical healthcare equipments an supplies supported by the Government of Denmark and the Government of Ireland to help Nepal fight against COVID-19, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
Water-level in Mahakali river increases, locals urged to stay alertRSS
Water-level has increased in the Mahakali River due to incessant rainfall.
'We have done a lot for development of tourism'The Rising Nepal
When we assumed office, there was no infrastructure of any kind in the rural municipality. One of the main things we did was build a road to connect Borekot with the district headquarters with the rural municipality’s own budget. All the nine wards of Borekot have also been connected by road.
Budhigandaki river sweeps away housesRSS
The flooded Budhigandaki river after the incessant rainfall occurred for some days swept away two houses at Dharche Rural Municipality-1 in the district of Gorkha.
Air service disrupted since 5 daysRSS
The air service linking Humla district with other districts remains disrupted for the last five days. Flights to and from the district could not take place due to the incessant rains throughout the country including in Humla.
Gandaki Province CM to take vote of confidence todayThe Rising Nepal
Chief Minister of Gandaki Province Krishna Chanda Nepali Pokharel is set to take the floor test at 11:00 am in the provincial assembly today.
Farmers busy with paddy plantation in Kailali (Photo Feature)The Rising Nepal
Farmers of the Kailali district are busy planting paddy these days. With the arrival of the monsoon, farmers have started the paddy plantation in their paddy fields.
Relief goods dispatched to Melamchi areaRSS
Relief materials worth more than Rs 2 million have been dispatched for distribution to the flood and landslide victims in Melamchi area of Sindhupalchok district.
Seven persons still missing after rainstorm in Jaljala highlandsRSS
The condition of seven persons who went missing in the Jaljala highlands of the district after a rainstorm is still not known. They had gone to the alpine meadow in Jaljala on Tuesday for grazing their livestock.
Heifer International Nepal supports Rs 2.7 million in COVID FundRSS
Heifer International Nepal has provided Rs 2.7 million to four local governments in Tanahu district in their fight against COVID-19.
COVID-19: Impact On Agriculture And Way ForwardThe Rising Nepal
COVID-19 has left no sectors untouched and agriculture is not an exception to this. The coronavirus, being a new virus to the world, the countries around the globe struggled much to find the strategies to control it as it popped up for the first time in human history. Along with contract tracing, testing, and quarantining, the lockdown has been one of the promising ways to save the countries from its scourge. As lockdown is continuing and has brought myriad adverse effects in human lives, this essay...
Pandemic: What Can We Do?The Rising Nepal
The world is currently going through one of the worst possible humanitarian crises, the biggest of our generation. Not even a single one of us could have predicted or somehow prevented this crisis. Every part of the world has faced an adverse effect due to the outbreak of COVID – 19.
Boosting Financial And Digital LiteracyThe Rising Nepal
Financial literacy is simply an ability to understand financial matters such as earning, budgeting, saving, investing etc. It is a way of developing financial knowledge and skills, and apply them for effective financial management. It includes personal as well as organizational financial management skills such as how to make income, how to budget, how to track expense, how to save and how to invest effectively along with understanding the time value of money. Peop