King cobra spotted in BaglungBy RSS
A king cobra has been spotted at Mulpani of Baglung municipality-7. The poisonous snake was found in the house of local Sudip Gautam.
Drought exacerbates risk of forest firesBy Mahima Devkota
The government has warned that the persisting dry weather will trigger pernicious forest fire incidents in the coming days.
Locals delight after seeing bus in their villageBy The Rising Nepal
Locals of Barekot Rural Municipality in Jajarkot district became extremely happy on Friday after a passenger bus reached their village for the first time.
Drinking water woes set to end after five decadesBy The Rising Nepal
Residents of Badeda, Budhiganga Municipality-10, have breathed a sigh of relief after the drinking water facility finally arrives at their settlements after 50 years of wait.
Reconstruction of Sindhuligadhi Palace beginsBy The Rising Nepal
Reconstruction of the historic Sindhuligadhi Palace in Kamalamai Municipality has started.
Secrets of gorilla communication laid bareBy BBC
The bigger a male gorilla, the better he is at beating his chest to signal to friends and foe just how powerful he is, scientists have confirmed.
Recommendation made to restrict gathering of more than 25 peopleBy The Rising Nepal
Considering the possibility of a surge in COVID-19 cases, the Ministry of Health and Population has recommended the COVID-19 Crisis Management Committee (CCMC) to prevent the gathering of more than 25 people.
Pedestrians reluctant to use overhead bridges in RupandehiBy The Rising Nepal
In Bhairhawa and Butwal overhead bridges had been built in various Chowks but not many of them are used by pedestrians. The majority of the pedestrians avoid using the overhead bridges which leads to traffic congestion.
KMC to operate Banchare Danda landfill site from May 15By The Rising Nepal
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City has prepared to operate the Banchare Danda landfill site from 15th May this year.
MoHP reports 339 new cases of COVID-19By The Rising Nepal
The Ministry of Health and Population on Wednesday confirmed 339 new cases of COVID-19, taking the nation's novel coronavirus tally to 278,819.
VAW on rise, seven rape cases reported daily in NepalBy The Rising Nepal
The data shows that on average, seven women or girls are raped daily in Nepal. According to Nepal Police, 144 cases of rape and 687 cases of attempt to rape were registered in the last fiscal year. Likewise, 1,221 women and girls were raped from March 2020 to August 2020.
COVID-19 active cases reach 1,979 with 260 new infectionsBy The Rising Nepal
In 4,243 Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) tests done in the last 24 hours, 260 persons were found infected with SARS-CoV-2
Two dead due to water tank outburst in BajhangBy RSS
Two people died following an outburst of a water tank set up under the Prime Minister Agricultural Modernisation Programme at Talkot rural municipality-1 in Bajhang.
Plan to produce CNG and Briquettes from waste in final stageBy The Rising Nepal
According to Sarita Rai, the Environment Administration Division Chief of the Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) the agreement with NepWaste will be set for a period of 20 years after which the KMC will take over its responsibility.
Facebook leak: Irish regulator probes 'old' data dumpBy BBC
Ireland's Data Protection Commission (DPC) said it is looking into a data dump of personal information from hundreds of millions of Facebook users.
Air pollution: experts advise for staying indoorsBy RSS
Public health experts have advised against going outside the house except for emergency purposes bearing in mind the rising pollution level across the country.
Covid-19 PPE litter is killing wildlifeBy The Rising Nepal
Waste from lifesaving personal protective equipment (PPE) is killing birds, fish and other wildlife across the globe, a study has found.
Exemplary initiative of health unit: loan to patients for treatmentBy The Rising Nepal
Located at Kathekhola Rural Municipality-3, Dhamja, the health unit lends Rs. 20,000 without interest to those patients who are referred to other hospitals or health institutions from the unit for treatment.
Among 106 cases of missing in eight months, 77 children foundBy The Rising Nepal
“In most of the cases, the children leave the houses on their whims, without informing their parents,” said Bhimarjun Adhikari, Chief at the Women and Children Help Centre of the Rupandehi District Police.