Locals tend to form 'Farmers’ Group'The Rising Nepal
These days, a tendency to form 'Farmers’ Group' has grown in rural municipalities. Farmers are being united to demand financial grants for their agricultural necessities. In each rural municipality, almost 100 Farmer Groups are registered. They are seen communicating frequently to the ward and municipality officials about the procedure to take the grant from the municipality. Annually, almost a dozen notices for a variety of agricultural production, equipment and material are published by municipality...
Karnali draws tourism master plan for 10 yearsThe Rising Nepal
Karnali Provincial Government has formulated a 10-year master plan for tourism development. This was done to develop and regulate tourism in the area. Karnali possesses infinite possibilities in the field of tourism, however, due to lack of vision and investment, nothing has been done there.
Informant mobilisation by police results in clashThe Rising Nepal
Police in Makwanpur have been highly criticised over time for its use of ‘vigilantes’ in a bid to control marijuana cultivation and smuggling in the rural areas of the district. The same vigilantes used by the police caused dispute with the locals leading to clash, fire in the air, injuries and arrests in Ward 1 of Raksirang Rural Municipality on Saturday night.
‘Rupandehi role model for long-term projects’The Rising Nepal
Following the foundation stone laying of Lumbini Cable Car last week by Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, Finance Minister Bishnu Paudel laid the foundation stone for yet another cable car in Butwal on Sunday. The cable car, which is stipulated to come in operation in the next 18 months, will connect Butwal Deurali Danda to Palpa’s Nuwakot, according to Siddhartha Cablecar Pvt. Ltd., the company tasked with the completion of the project. The company aims to operate a total of 25 gondolas on the ropeway...
No alternative to House reinstatement: PaudelThe Rising Nepal
Nepali Congress senior leader Ram Chandra Paudel has said that the House of Representatives will be reinstated. Speaking at a press meet organised by Nepal Press Union Saptari chapter in Rajbiraj on Sunday, senior leader Paudel said that there was no alternative to the reinstatement of the House as Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli had not abided by any Article of the Constitution while dissolving the House of Representatives.
Driver change in long-route buses not enforcedNayak Paudel
It was in February 10, 2019 that Nepal Police launched a mobile application to keep track of the long-route buses and their drivers. The move was strictly followed in the beginning but two years later it is now not abided by.
Govt restricts use of junk food in school mealThe Rising Nepal
With a target to control the use of junk food as day meal for school children, the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) has released a menu of 60 different foods that could be fed to the children.
A Democratic OptionThe Rising Nepal
Nepal’s politics now stands at a critical juncture. With the dissolution of the House of Representatives (HoR), the entire political realm has been divided into two lines of thought. One school of thought is that the country should go to the election to pick fresh representatives in the HoR which will give a new government to the nation. Prime Minister and Chairman of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) KP Sharma Oli is defending this line of argument. On the other, another faction of NCP is...
Emerging Asian AgeThe Rising Nepal
During the 1952 presidential election campaign in the United States, the eventual winner Dwight Eisenhower made a blatantly dubious comment: “If there must be war, let it be Asians against Asians with our support on the side of freedom.” But he opposed land wars in Asia
Making Payment Through QR CodeThe Rising Nepal
QR Code, an abbreviated form of Quick Response Code, is a two-dimensional barcode that allows encoding of characters containing information about the item to which it is attached. In practice, QR codes often contain data for a locator, identifier, or tracker
UK’s Double Standard On Press Freedom?The Rising Nepal
By banning China's law-abiding television network in Britain and blasting Beijing for pulling BBC World News off the air over regulation violation, London has laid bare its true colours of playing a hypocritical double-standard game on press freedom.
How long will the bull rein in share market?The Rising Nepal
Share market in Nepal has continued to make records in terms of rise in the index as well as transaction amount but many still worry whether the bullish trend would continue for a foreseeable future.
Follow spirit of brave ancestors: PM OliRSS
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has urged everyone to follow the spirit of brave ancestors in addition to the recollection of, and honor to them. PM Oli said it while inaugurating a seminar on 'Rastriya Sewa Dal on volunteering role' organized at Nepal Army Headquarters today.
No confidence proposal against Province 1 CM presented before assemblyThe Rising Nepal
The proposal of no confidence registered against the Chief Minister of Province 1 Sherdhan Rai was presented in the Provincial Assembly today.
80 new COVID-19 cases, 121 recoveries in 24 hoursThe Rising Nepal
In 3,325 Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) tests done in the last 24 hours, 80 persons were found infected with SARS-CoV-2.
Locals hope development with Staff College in BanepaRSS
Locals at Namobuddha Rural Municipality in Kavrepalanchowk district are hopeful that the construction of Nepal Administrative Training College (Staff College) in their locality would give an impetus to other development works here.
Four new variants of coronavirus foundRSS
Stating that different four variants of coronavirus have been seen and the vaccines are effective for new variants as well The UK, California, and the Asian and South African continents reported the new variants of the SARS COV-2.
One Million Covishield Vaccines Arrive In Kathmandu From India (Photo Feature)The Rising Nepal
One million doses of India-made Covishield vaccines have been arrived in Kathmandu from India today.
Election be taken as opportunity: RPP Chair ThapaRSS
Rastriya Prajatantra Party's central Chair Kamal Thapa has said the election was an appropriate means to find a way out to the existing crisis and it should be taken as an opportunity.