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.
Meeting of NC office-bearers going on at BudhanilkanthaThe Rising Nepal
The meeting of office bearers of Nepali Congress (NC) is currently going on at Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba's personal residence in Budhanilkantha.
91 per cent population has access to internet serviceRSS
As per the statistics, the biggest contributor is mobile internet. Mobile internet users comprise 65.68 per cent of the total internet user population till mid-June. More than 12.052 million people have access to 3G internet service. Of them, 9.590 million people are using the 3G internet service of Nepal Telecom, which is the largest number, and 2.462 million people are using the internet service of Ncell.
MoHP reports 2,335 new cases of COVID-19The Rising Nepal
In 9,555 Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) tests done in the past 24 hours, a total of 2,335 persons were found infected with SARS-CoV-2, informed the Ministry of Health and Population in the weekly press briefing .
China interest in Afghanistan could be 'positive', says US BlinkenBBC
"No one has an interest in a military takeover of the country by the Taliban, the restoration of an Islamic emirate," said Mr Blinken, who was asked about the talks while on a visit to India.
Sugarcane farmers come to Kathmandu again to press Govt implement its pledgeThe Rising Nepal
He said the farmers were yet to get 41 million rupees from six sugar mills. "We will again propose that the government takes a step so that the mills give us our money by mid-September and if that does not happen we will have no option but to take to the street."
PM Deuba, Maoist Centre Chair Prachanda discuss Cabinet expansionRSS
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and CPN (Maoist Centre) chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' have held a meeting this morning.
Health security tightened at Jamunaha border pointRSS
High health security alert has been adopted in Jamunaha, Nepal- India border point, in view of increasing possible risk of COVID-19 pandemic.
Deepak re-elected as President of NRNA South KoreaRSS
Deepak Pun Magar has been re-elected to the post of President of Non-Resident Nepali Association, South Korea.
52 thousand metric tonnes fertilizer arrives from BangladeshRSS
A total of 52 thousand metric tonnes of urea fertilizer imported from Bangladesh has arrived in Nepal.
It is responsibility of present generation to preserve heritages: CM PoudelRSS
Chief Minister of Bagmati Province Dormani Poudel has said it is the responsibility of the present generation to preserve the heritages handed down by the ancestors.
Electricity tariff should be reduced: Minister BhusalRSS
Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation, Pampha Bhusal, has pointed out the need of reducing electricity tariff.
International Tiger Day: Tiger conservation encouraging, human- tiger conflict increasingRSS
Today, July 29, is the International Tiger Day. It is being observed with the theme- 'Their Survival Is In Our Hands'.
Ten local levels sealed in Jhapa to contain coronavirusRSS
Ten local levels in the district have reported that they were at high risk of COVID-19. The local levels of Mechinagar, Haldibari, Buddhashanti, Kankai, Kamala, Damak, Gauradaha, Shivasatakshi, Arjundhara and Birtamod have resorted to restriction to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Transportation halts after bridge subsidesRSS
The incessant rainfall occurred for some days in Nuwakot caused floods and landslides in various parts.
NC may change general convention calendarThe Rising Nepal
The Nepali Congress on Wednesday concluded that its 14th general convention related calendar would be amended by looking at the COVID-19 situation in the country. A meeting of the sitting and former office bearers of the party held on Wednesday at the Budhanilkantha-based residence of party president and Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba decided this, said NC spokesperson Bishwa Prakash Sharma after the meeting.
Abstract artworks reflect artists’ imagination power: RanaThe Rising Nepal
An artist and a successful woman entrepreneur Shivangini Rana has come up with her first solo art exhibition. Entitled “Bold and Beautiful”, her abstract art works painted in acrylic colour are now put in display at Siddhartha Art Gallery, Babar Mahal, Revisited.
Indrawati III hydropower resumesRSS
The Indrawati III hydropower project, damaged by the floods in Melamchi and Indrawati Rivers, resumed power production after repair since Wednesday.
Biden to launch vaccine push for millions of federal workersThe Rising Nepal
Hoping to set a model for employers nationwide, President Joe Biden will announce Thursday that millions of federal workers must show proof they’ve received a coronavirus vaccine or submit to regular testing and stringent social distancing, masking and travel restrictions.