Smog to stay some more days in Kathmandu ValleyBy The Rising Nepal
The smog blanketing the Kathmandu Valley since Friday is to stay some more days. The Department of Hydrology and Meteorology informed that the air pollution caused by wildfire in most of the districts, long drought and lack of strong wind is behind the smog.
Office assistant asked to repay Rs. 1m over retirement date rowBy The Rising Nepal
A discrepancy in his date of birth and bureaucratic delays has put Ram Bahadur Basnet of Rangeli Municipality–8, Morang in a position of having to return salaries and allowances of 33 months. The date of birth of Basnet, who has been working as an office assistant at Rangeli Hospital for the past 40 years, mentioned in his citizenship does not match with the date included in his employment records.
Reconstruction of Kasthamandap’s roof delayed in shortage of woodBy The Rising Nepal
The reconstruction works of the roof of Kasthamandap has been delayed in a lack of wood. Kasthamandap Reconstruction Committee (KRC) recently brought 600 cubic feet of wood that will be used to complete the remaining work of the inner section of the Kasthamandap.
Traffic inspection intensified in Kathmandu Valley (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
On the occasion of Holi festival (Phagu) traffic in Kathmandu Valley have intensified the inspection of vehicles today.
800,000 doses China aid COVID-19 vaccines arriving MondayBy The Rising Nepal
The 800,000 doses of the China aid COVID-19 vaccine will arrive in Nepal by Monday. Chinese ambassador to Nepal Hou Yanqi tweeted on her Twitter that vaccines have arrived at the Beijing Capital International Airport today and they will be sent to Nepal very soon.
Adverse weather affects TIA servicesBy RSS
Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) services have been affected for the past two days due to low visibility caused by adverse weather. According to TIA office, both domestic and international flight schedules have been hampered because of a weather issue.
High-level mechanism advised for effective implementation of RTIBy RSS
The National Information Commission has advised the government to form a high-level mechanism for implementing the Right to Information (RTI) Act effectively.
Melamchi project set to supply water from SundayBy The Rising Nepal
The Melamchi Water Supply Project (MWSP) has expedited work to distribute water to the denizens of Kathmandu Valley.
Doti issues health alerts for Covid-19By RSS
All the nine local levels in Doti, a district in the Far-West Province are on alert following the rising coronavirus cases in neighbouring India. The district people who went to India for jobs have started returning home with the increasing infections rate there. It is said presently India is battling a second wave of coronavirus.
Rising wildfire incidents call for effective responseBy The Rising Nepal
On Friday morning, residents of Hetauda woke up to a strange sight. Dawn resembled dusk as smoke from smouldering wildfire enveloped the city and several places across Makwanpur district.
Still some days more for weather to improveBy RSS
Thick haze is seen in the Kathmandu Valley as the pollutants' particles have accumulated in the atmosphere due to the forest fires in most of the districts of the country in recent days.
Kathmandu records worst air pollution level of the yearBy The Rising Nepal
Air pollution in the major cities across the nation including Kathmandu Valley reached the highest on Friday, the Department of Environment reported.
Masks made compulsory on public transportBy The Rising Nepal
Masks have been made compulsory in public transport in order to prevent and control the possible spread of the novel coronavirus.
Agreement to collaborate between universities of Nepal and OmanBy RSS
Nepali Ambassador to Oman, Sarmila Parajuli paid a courtesy call on Dr Fahad AlJulanda AL Said, Vice-Chancellor of Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) of Oman on Tuesday.
DNA sample of accused matches with Bhagrathi's vaginal swab: PoliceBy The Rising Nepal
The police have informed that the DNA of the accused in Bhagrathi murder case that took place a month ago in Baitadi has matched with the DNA found in Bhagrathi Bhatta's vaginal swab.
Durga Prasad Timsina receives citizenshipBy The Rising Nepal
The District Administration Office (Ilam) provided citizenship to Timsina, who had returned home on Sunday after serving 40 years in prison.
Durga Prasad Timsina to receive citizenship todayBy The Rising Nepal
Even though Timsina was born in 2017 BS, he did not have a birth certificate or citizenship until now. As citizenship is necessary for Timsina's treatment and to fulfill other procedures for compensation, the DAO is coordinating to provide Timsina with the certificate at the earliest.
Junk food prohibited as midday meal in Baglung schoolsBy The Rising Nepal
With the aim of prohibiting junk food as a midday meal in schools and promote locally produced food across the public schools of the Tamankhola Rural Municipality, Baglung, the Municipality has ordered schools to strictly prohibit feeding junk food as lunch in the schools.
KMC proposes to build mega hall at BhrikutimandapBy The Rising Nepal
In a bid to build a marvellous gathering centre in the capital the Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has proposed the construction of a mega meeting hall at Bhrikutimandap in the capital. For that KMC has taken the necessary process forward, but it is yet to be finalized as the land is owned by the Social Welfare Council.
Batule Ghars on verge of extinctionBy The Rising Nepal
Batule/Ghumaune Ghar or Round House that used to be an identifying feature of the Darai community is now on the verge of extinction. Found mainly in Tanahun district, such houses are no longer constructed. As modern houses made of concrete have gradually replaced them, the community fear there won’t be any left before long.