Healthcare workers to be trained for providing critical care to childrenThe Rising Nepal
A rough sketch on training healthcare workers for providing critical care to children was formulated by the Nepal Paediatric Society (NPS) today in a meeting amidst preparation for the anticipated upcoming third wave of the Coronavirus.
Discussion to begin Pokhara-Dhaka Direct FlightThe Rising Nepal
A discussion programme has been held in Pokhara to begin the direct flight between Pokhara-Dhaka.
Mahesh Babu rejects Hrithik Roshan’s Ramayana; gives priority to SS RajamouliThe Rising Nepal
Just a month back, the news circulated that Madhu Mantena is making an attempt to pull off a casting coup by bringing Mahesh Babu, Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone together in Nitesh Tiwari's Ramayana 3D. However, it has now come to our notice that the superstar has rejected Madhu's offer of being a part of this epic.
24 dead bodies brought from MalaysiaRSS
Twenty-four dead bodies of Nepali migrant workers have been brought from Malaysia. The bodies were airlifted on a wide-body plane of Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC).
Govt. hospitals in need of 20,000 more healthcare workers to cope with predicted 3rd wave of COVID-19The Rising Nepal
The shortage of approximately 20,000 healthcare workers in government-run hospitals throughout the country has threatened to expose a vulnerable health care system to the scourge of the anticipated third wave of the Coronavirus.
They have lands but no ownership documentThe Rising Nepal
Krishna Shrestha has land and a house in a village at Ward 4 of Siddharthanagar Municipality. However, he doesn’t have the land ownership document, which has been a major hurdle for him in applying for a mortgage loan from the bank.
Bhimdatta highway obstructed due to landslideRSS
Bhimdatta highway connecting the seven hilly districts of the Sudurpaschim Province has been obstructed again.
Court removes judge from Jolie-Pitt divorce caseBBC
Angelina Jolie has clinched a victory in her legal battle with Brad Pitt after a judge they hired was disqualified from their divorce case.
First day of 2020 Olympics begins with gold for China and more Covid-19 casesThe Rising Nepal
The global pandemic postponed the Tokyo 2020 Olympics by a year, and even though the Games have now finally started, Covid-19 is still creating difficulties for athletes and organizers.
More than 93 thousand inoculatedRSS
More than 93,000 people have received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine in the district. Altogether, 93,372 people have been vaccinated with the first dose of two different companies, said the District Health Office. Of them, 23,938 have
Trade deficit with Bangladesh on the riseRSS
Import from Bangladesh to Nepal has recorded a rise in the previous fiscal year compared to export. Nepali goods worth Rs. 67.38 million was exported to Bangladesh while goods worth Rs. 7 billion 157 million was imported into Nepal in the fiscal year 2077/78, according to the Mechi Customs Office.
Tourist arrival down in ChitwanRSS
The number of tourists coming to Chitwan has recorded a fifty per cent decrease in the recent past financial year. Majority of the tourists coming to Chitwan National Park go on a jungle safari and the data on the same shows a significant decline due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the last fiscal year 2077/78, 92,209 tourists went for a jungle safari in the park, which was 182,435 in the previous fiscal year 2077/76. The number of domestic tourists visiting the park however saw only...
Industrialisation key to boost economy: FM SharmaThe Rising Nepal
Finance Minister Janardan Sharma has said that industrialisation is a must to boost the country's economy. “The government is focused on increasing domestic production and domestic investment for the economic development of the country,” he said during a meeting with a business delegation of Nepal Chamber of Commerce (NCC) on Friday.
PM Deuba ensures vaccines to allThe Rising Nepal
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has reiterated his commitment to ensuring COVID-19 vaccines to all people in the country. “Do not worry, everybody will get vaccine very soon,” he said while addressing the meeting of the House of Representatives on Friday. The Prime Minister further said that he would focus on managing vaccines for all people and save their lives from the pandemic. “No matter how expensive they are, we will purchase the vaccines for the people from anywhere they are found,”...
Pride projects show poor progress track recordThe Rising Nepal
Administrators and private sector have blamed nepotism and poor preparedness for the pathetic performance of the national pride projects. Despite giving top priority in budget, policy and procedures, about 85 per cent of the projects are facing cost and time overrun.
Maternity health programme getting effective in KawasotiThe Rising Nepal
'Maternity Health Programme' introduced three years ago in Kawasoti has become effective in controlling maternal deaths. A total of 2,640 people have been benefitted from the maternal health service being run by the Kawasoti Municipality of East Nawalparasi.
After spending over Rs. 8m, Miklajung locals get wooden bridge finallyThe Rising Nepal
A bridge over the Solti Khola at Miklajung Rural Municipality Ward No. 5 of Morang has been in a state of disrepair for the past three and a half years. The bridge over the river connects Miklajung’s Dhanekheti to Gupti and Kholitar.
Teacher is who enlightens others with knowledge-PM DeubaRSS
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has said it is the teacher (guru) who enlightens others with knowledge and dispels the ignorance. In a message of best wishes on the occasion of Guru Poornima and Byas Day, Prime Minster and Nepali Congress President Deuba expressed gratitude to all teachers (gurus), including his own. It would be less no matter how teachers are revered in recognition of their contributions to nurture morality among the people through knowledge and consciousness,...
Nepal’s Search For Political StabilityThe Rising Nepal
The notion of political stability largely rests on the resilience of polity to withstand political challenges, bring political parties to civic order and continuously foster the quality of life of citizens. Disorientation of leaders from the values and goals of the constitution
Ego Clash Fuels UML’s FeudThe Rising Nepal
Nepali politicians, who often project themselves either as democrats or communists, mostly grew up in a feudal and semi-feudal social milieu. Despite the embrace of modern ideas and technology, residues of feudalism have not gone away from the society. Politicians of all hues have yet to completely get rid of their feudal character, attitude and behaviour. The CPN-UML leaders and their followers are not an exception. Nonetheless, the UML’s organisational structures and activities have been moulded...