Sauraha wears a deserted look (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Sauraha, one of the most happening tourist destinations in the nation, has worn a deserted look due to the COVID-19 pandemic followed by series of prohibitory orders.
People throng at Teku Hospital to get vaccination certificate (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Dr. Sher Bahadur Pun, coordinator of the clinical research unit in the hospital, said, "The hospital has been densely crowded with people to receive the vaccination certificate."
Prime Minister Deuba inspects vaccination centers in capital (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has inaugurated the Johnson & Johnson vaccination campaign today in Kathmandu.
Devotees worshipping at Pashupatinath on first Monday of Shrawan (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Hindu devotees have marked the first Monday of Shrawan by worshipping Lord Shiva at the Pashupatinath temple premises today morning.
Painting Mehendi on palms and wrists (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
At the beginning of the month of Saun (July-August) married and unmarried females are seen drawing Mehendi art over their palms and wrists in Kathmandu streets.
Visitors in Begnas Lake after prohibitory order relaxation (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Visitors have begun to visit the Begnas Lake area of Pokhara after the relaxation of the Prohibitory Order in Kaski.
Massive landslides in Beni (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
With the continuous rainfall, landslides have obstructed the Beni-Darbang and Beni-Jomsom roads.
Elderly people receiving 2nd dose of Vero Cell in Kathmandu (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Elderly people from 60-64 years are receiving a second dose of Vero Cell vaccine in Kathmandu from today.
After removing odd-even rule and allowing all public vehicles in Kathmandu Valley (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
With the resumption of all public vehicles and removing of odd-even rule, Kathmandu Valley has seen a rise in the number of vehicles on Tuesday.
Astronomy Photo Competition shortlist revealed (Photo Feature)By BBC
The Royal Observatory Greenwich's 13th Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition has announced its shortlist of extraordinary celestial scenes. The shortlisted photographers captured sights from across our Solar System, galaxy and the wider Universe.
Domestic flights resume from today (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
After almost two month's halt due to the second wave of COVID-19 domestic flights have resumed from today.
Public vehicles begin to ply Kathmandu Valley roads (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
With the relaxation of the prohibitory order, public vehicles have begun to ply Kathmandu Valley roads from Tuesday.
Fruits plantation in jungle to keep monkeys away from village (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
In order to keep the monkeys in the jungle, the Division Forest Office of Tanahun has begun to plant saplings that will bear fruits for the monkeys.
Muted Yoga Day celebrations due to Covid-19 (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
People in India and around the world are marking the seventh International Day of Yoga. But celebrations have been scaled down this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Mechanical tillers provided to farmers on 50 per cent grant in BeniBy The Rising Nepal
As many as 48 hand mechanical tillers were distributed to farmers of Pulachaur in Beni Municipality-5.
Farmers busy with paddy plantation in Kailali (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Farmers of the Kailali district are busy planting paddy these days. With the arrival of the monsoon, farmers have started the paddy plantation in their paddy fields.
Sithi Nakha being celebrated in Bhaktapur (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
A religious and eco-friendly festival ‘Sithi Nakha’ is being celebrated in the Newar community by cleaning the water sources today.
Flooded Kaligandaki erodes embankment, Beni bazaar at great risk (Photo feature)By The Rising Nepal
About a hundred meter of embankment from Jaycees upward has been swept away due to erosion of the flooded river. Water level in the river has gone up since Tuesday night with the incessant rainfall fearing risk of further erosion of the embankment.
Floods wreak havoc in Melamchi: at least four go missing, houses inundated (with photos)By The Rising Nepal
Rajan Adhikari, Superintendent of Police (SP) and Chief of District Police Office, informed that three men and a woman have gone missing in the flood. Their identity is yet to be ascertained, he said.