Government asked to address problems of tourism sectorRSS
Tourism entrepreneurs have urged the government to address the problems facing the adventure trekking tourism sector and give an outlet from the difficulties.
Bishwokarma appointed Nepali ambassador to South AfricaThe Rising Nepal
Dr. Nirmal Kumar Bishwokarma has been appointed Nepali ambassador to South Africa.
Attorney General has not tendered resignation: Spokesperson RegmiThe Rising Nepal
The Office of Attorney General (OAG) has clarified that the news reports regarding Attorney General Agni Prasad Kharel resigning from his post were false and baseless.
Weather to be partly to generally cloudyRSS
Most of the places of the country would remain partly to generally cloudy across the country and there is possibility of rainfall and snowfall at some places due to partly influence of the Westerly wind.
All should respect judiciary's decision: DPM PokhrelRSS
Deputy Prime Minister Ishwor Pokhrel has said the democrats should accept and respect the decision of the judiciary. He said so while addressing a news conference organised by the Press Organisation Chitwan here today.
Gold price up by Rs 1,100 per tolaRSS
rice of yellow metal has gone up by Rs 1,100 per tola in Nepali market today. The gold price which remained stable on Monday has increased today.
Insufficient budget mars upgradation of Nagma-Gamgadhi road sectionRSS
The upgradation job of Nagma-Gamgadhi road section of Karnali Highway has been affected for lack of sufficient budget to advance the construction task.
Members of Badi community stage sit-inRSS
Seeking their proper settlement, the members of Badi community from Dailekh district staged a sit-in from 7:00 pm on Monday to till this morning in front of the Office of Chief Minister and Council of Ministers of Karnali Province.
'Madan Bhandari is Nepali politics' key guide'RSS
Chief Minister of Bagmati Province Dormani Poudel has said that Nepal's politics was moving ahead as per the principle of late Madan Bhandari.
'Coordination, cooperation among three-layer govt stressed'RSS
Deputy Speaker of Gandaki Province Assembly Srijana Sharma has said that coordination and cooperation among the three-tier of government was needed for the implementation of federalism. At a virtual meeting organised by Nepal Law Society, Sharma hoped that coordination and cooperation would help the nation's prosperity campaign by maintaining good-governance.
Number of visitors up in Shreesadan of Narayanhiti MuseumRSS
Shreesadan, the residence of former king Birendra and queen Aishwarya, of Narayanhiti Palace Museum has seen growth in visitors’ number in the recent weeks. Inaugurated on November 21 last year, the Shreesadan was opened for general public from November 22. Shreesadan includes the rooms of the former royal couple and the other royal family members.
Randhir now promoter of Honda ServiceThe Rising Nepal
Actor and model Randhir Shah has been appointed promoter of Honda service.
Twelve artists paint their ethnic artsThe Rising Nepal
Twelve fine artists painted different ethnic folk arts on their canvases at a province-level art workshop in Kathmandu. The two-day workshop organised by the Folk Art Department of Nepal Academy of Fine Arts concluded on Monday.
NRB to issue development bonds worth Rs. 10 bnThe Rising Nepal
Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) is set to issue development bonds worth Rs. 10 billion with a maturity period of eight years.
Gold demand going up steadilyThe Rising Nepal
Gold business has returned to normalcy in the local market with declined impact of COVID-19 and significant reduction in gold price. The gold trade, which started improving in November last year with the arrival of wedding season, is still going strong. According to businessmen, 20 kg gold is being traded daily at present.
No one can stop election: FM GyawaliThe Rising Nepal
Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali said on Monday that no one could stop the election as the country had already been ready for fresh mandate. Addressing a gathering of the leaders and cadres of the Oli-led faction of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) in Tamghas, Gulmi, he said that the election would take place on the stipulated dates. Minister Gyawali also instructed the leaders and cadres to participate in the electoral process.
Election doubts have no basis: DPM PokhrelThe Rising Nepal
Deputy Prime Minister Ishwar Pokhrel has instructed the party cadres to be prepared for elections. Speaking at a swearing-in ceremony organised for the district convention organising committee members on Monday, DPM Pokhrel said that the division in the Nepal Communist Party was due to failure in managing internal dispute in the party.
Doses Of New HopeThe Rising Nepal
It is inspiring to note that the ongoing vaccination against the COVID-19 pandemic has been moving ahead in a smooth manner across Nepal. After having received one million doses of Covishield vaccine under grant assistance from India, the government launched the much-awaited inoculation on January 27. The vaccination campaign has gathered momentum with the jabs being given to frontline workers, including doctors, nurses, security personnel, diplomats and journalist
Congress A Mute Spectator?The Rising Nepal
Even as two ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) factions have been crossing swords over the dissolution of the Lower House of Federal Parliament, the opposition party appears to be in a stupor. The Nepali Congress’s top brass has kept mum over the party's course of action to deal with the prevailing political situation arising out of the unex
SSF Scheme Should Cover More AreasThe Rising Nepal
The Social Security Fund (SSF) was launched in Nepal in 2017. The scheme was passed by federal parliament in July 2017 and ratified by the President in August 2017. The scheme has been implemented since November 2017. The SSF has been enforced in pursuant to the Labour Act 2074 and the Labour Regulations 2075. The Act and Regulations have provision for social security, which is aimed at ensuring a bright future for employees, whether from formal or informal sectors, and fulfilling the concept of...