Important Aspects Of ShrawanThe Rising Nepal
The month of Shrawan is considered very sweet and soothing in Maithili culture. It is also considered very religious. This month is also very momentous in terms of season. Poets are very fond of this month. Even the great poet Kalidas has described its importance in his famous e
Sinti waterfall lures more domestic touristsRSS
Sinti waterfall located at Kalika Municipality-9 Chitwan district has received more domestic tourists in the recent days.
Dillibazar: Witness To Radical ChangesRenuka Dhakal
Dillibazar is a place that has witnessed the political, cultural, literary and sports movements from the time when the capital city of Kathmandu started witnessing a flurry of activities. A suburb located in the capital, Dillibazar is the most happening place and is a witness to several historical events and movements that have brought many changes in our society. Situated in the heart of the capital, the place boasts of hard work and the indomitable courage of hundreds of transformative thinking...
Understanding Dhulikhel's DevelopmentThe Rising Nepal
No nation or territory can move forward without the presence of vigorous, visionary, honest and unwavering leadership. Only such leadership has the ability to bring about sweeping changes in people's lives through the development of education, health services and other infrastructures.
The Art Of BonsaiSampada Tandan
Ever heard about bonsai ? Few of you might have and the most probable answer that would come across would be a mini tree. But let me clarify the most popular misconception about bonsai being considered as a tree. Bonsai is a lot more than just a tree. Normally, a tree would take any shape and size but, Bonsai is way more complicated than that. It takes a great deal of patience and virtue to call it a Bonsai. It is the art form of cultivating, shaping and maintaining tiny trees. It’s a way of life,...
Revenue from police actions rise by 33%The Rising Nepal
Revenue collected by Nepali Police under various criminal actions and operations has increased by 33 per cent. In the last fiscal year of 2020/21, the Nepal Police has collected Rs. 2.90 billion under various eight headings. In the fiscal year 2019/20, Rs. 2.17 billion was collected, said Basanta Kunwar, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) and Spokesperson for Nepal Police.
I haven't asked NRB to delay Monetary Policy: FMThe Rising Nepal
Finance Minister Janardan Sharma said on Thursday that Ministry of Finance (MoF) did not ask the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) to delay the Monetary Policy for the current Fiscal Year 2021/22 and instead requested to help in facilitating the economic revival through innovative programmes.
NC to resolve membership row in five daysThe Rising Nepal
Nepali Congress on Thursday decided to resolve the disputes seen in some districts over its active membership within five days. A meeting of the sitting and former office bearers of the party held at the Budhanilkantha-based residence of Prime Minister and party chief Sher Bahadur Deuba decided to solve all kinds of disputes to create a conducive environment for holding its 14th general convention slated for September 1-4.
Nepal’s First War MuseumThe Rising Nepal
It is a matter of pride that Nepalis had proven their mettle to protect the nation's territory, sovereignty and integrity by defeating the foreign forces during the Nepal-Anglo War. This is the reason why the country has never fallen into the clutches of foreign powers. Sindhuligadhi is one of the places where the Nepali soldiers had defeated the foreign troops. It was November 1767 when the Gorkha soldiers under the command of Bir Bhadra Upadhyay and Sirdar Banshu Gurung
Challenges Of COVID VaccinationThe Rising Nepal
As the developing world still grapples with a shortage of COVID-19 vaccines, new challenges of distribution and administration of available shots have emerged in recent times. Along with supply side, many afflicted countries are confronting the logistical challenges of vaccines. Definitively, those at higher risk of infection in the communities with rising caseloads should receive shots into their arms on a priority basis. Seen from the supply side perspective, there are positive signs in Nepal....
Education And Afghanistan’s SecurityThe Rising Nepal
US President Joe Biden has decided that it is time for American troops finally to leave Afghanistan, the first country to which the United States sent troops after the September 11, 2001, terror attacks. He set a fitting withdrawal deadline – the 20th anniversary of those attacks – but America’s remaining troops have left the country much sooner, with only 600 remaining in early July, along with other NATO forces and thousands of private contractors.
In Praise Of MultitaskingThe Rising Nepal
As I sit to write this piece, my web surfer has two extra tabs opened. One contains slides for the next day’s exam and the other has YouTube blaring foreign songs. If you have got a hint of my habit, that is right because I am a multitasker.
Century old motorable tunnel of Nepal being reconstructedThe Rising Nepal
Considered as the first motorable tunnel of its kind in all of South Asia, the Churia Mai Tunnel is slated to get its long-overdue makeover. The underground passageway, which cuts through the Chure Range of hills leading from Hetauda to Bhimphedi and Amlekhgunj lies in a dilapidated state due to decades of disuse, lack of maintenance, and a series of earthquakes. Built over 104 years ago, the Province Government has finally woken up to the benefits of the tunnel.
Bote language on verge of extinctionThe Rising Nepal
The language of the marginalised Bote community is dying. While the elders still speak the language, the youngsters don’t and many parents have stopped teaching the language to their children. This is causing some in the Pani Bote (those who collect gold nuggets from river sand) and Pakhe Bote (fishermen and farmers) communities of Vyas Municipality–10, Tanahun to worry that their language might go extinct in the near future. Min Bahadur Bote, 68, has seen the language decline significantly...
PM Deuba underscores key role of tiger in promoting tourismRSS
Addressing a pogramme marking the International Tiger Day today at Khumaltar of Lalitpur, he said tigers played an important role in maintaining a balanced ecosystem and the biological environment, hence the need for protecting the tiger habitat. The programme was organised by the National Tiger Conservation Committee.
Pave way for aspiring Nepali workers to go to South Korea: Parliamentary committeeRSS
The Committee's meeting today held discussions in this regard with the respective ministry and sector and victims and asked the government to make necessary arrangements to send the aspiring Nepalis who have passed the Korean language test to go to South Korea for jobs in an easy and fast way while concluding that they should not get stuck reasoning only COVID-19.
Finance Ministry seeks clarification from SEBON Chair DhunganaRSS
The Ministry asked for the clarification after dissemination of news in different media regarding SEBON Chairperson Bhishma Raj Dhungana and his family have made 'setting (undue agreement)' with a company to sell ordinary shares.
Export rises by 44.43 per cent as soybean oil export soarsThe Rising Nepal
Export amount of soybean oil accounted for almost 30 per cent of the total export in the last FY.The FTS revealed that export rose by 44.43 per cent from FY 2019/20 to FY 2020/21. The export recorded by FTS stood at Rs. 141.1 billion in FY 2020/21 up from Rs 97. 7 billion of the FY 2019/20.
COVID cases rise alarmingly, admission of patients to Valley hospital soarsMahima Devkota
As per the daily report of MoHP, a total of 239 patients, 171 in ICU and 68 in ventilators, are receiving treatment in the 12 government hospitals that provide the COVID-19 treatment in the Kathmandu Valley.
362 coronavirus infection cases in HumlaRSS
But the number of cases so far at the District Hospital has reached 95, at Sarkegad rural municipality it is 63, at Adanchuli rural municipality it is 37, at Kharpunath it is 36, at Chankheli rural municipality it is 52 and at Namkha rural municipality it is 14.