Province minister urges to focus on road and bridge constructionBy RSS
Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Urban Development of Karnali province, Padma Bahadur Rokaya has directed the contractor company to speed up ongoing construction of road and bridge.
Westerly low-pressure system brings rainfallBy RSS
According to the Meteorological Forecasting Division, high hills and mountainous areas are generally to fully clouded while Terai weather is partially cloudy.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth tests positive for Covid-19By TRN Online
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has tested positive for coronavirus, Buckingham Palace announced Sunday. The 95-year-old sovereign -- who is celebrating her 70th year on the throne -- is experiencing mild cold-like symptoms but expects to continue light duties at Windsor over the coming week, the palace said.
70 animal firms in Baglung selected for grantsBy RSS
Seventy firms involving in poultry and animal farming in Baglung district have been selected for grants given by the government under the campaign to promote small scale trade. The Veterinary Hospital and Livestock Service Expert Centre, Baglung with assistances from the Gandaki provincial government has launched the campaign to promote small scale firms.
Nearly 200 still missing in Brazil flood-hit cityBy BBC
Bad weather has hampered the search for survivors in the Brazilian city of Petrópolis, four days after devastating flash floods and mudslides. Emergency teams had to suspend their work several times on Saturday because of torrential rains.
Man arrested with bear bile and YarsagumbaBy RSS
Police have arrested 57-year-old Brikha Kami from Bandevi Mandir in Krishnapur Municipality-1 on Saturday evening along with bear bile and Yarsagumba.
Human rights situation still grimBy RSS
Although the incidents of human rights violations have decreased in Karnali the situation still remain grim.
Child labor in the brick industry of TulsipurBy RSS
Brick kilns in Tulsipur Sub-metropolis of Dang have been found employing child labor. It has been found that there are around 350 child laborers working in the brick industries within the sub-metropolis.
Commuting along Karnali Highway riskyBy The Rising Nepal
After completing the construction, Karnali Highway was opened in 2007 as the major road to Jumla. The 232-km highway connects Jumla with Surkhet. The highway has helped people and vehicles commuting to and through the Himalayan district of Jumla but the narrow paths along the highway have made it risky. According to pedestrians and vehicle operators, the highway has several narrow roads where two vehicles coming from opposite sides cannot cross at once.
48 schools selected for PERPBy The Rising Nepal
A total of 48 schools in Tanahun have been selected for the President Educational Reform Programme. Under the annual programme of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology for the current fiscal year 2078/79, these schools have been selected for the President Educational Reform Programme. According to the Education Development and Coordination Unit (EDCU), Tanahun, 10 schools are selected for 2-room buildings, 22 schools are selected for 12-room buildings and 26 schools are selected for...
Four persons die in separate incidents in BhaktapurBy RSS
Similarly, yet another man was found dead at Suryabinayek-9 in the district. According to Metropolitan Police Range, Bhaktapur, 78-year-old Shivaram Shreemali died after falling off the ladder at his home in Sanothimi. Deputy Superintendent of Police Raju Pandey said Shreemali died while receiving treatment at Nepal-Korea Friendship Hospital.
197 paramedics promotedBy TRN Online
The Department of Health Services (DoHS) has promoted 197 professionals of the paramedic’s group from the fourth tier to the fifth tier.
20 crocodiles released in Rapti RiverBy RSS
Twenty crocodiles of locally known as Ghariyalas were released into the Kasara-based Rapti River today. The animals were reared at the Crocodile Breeding Center of the Chitwan National Park. With this, the number of crocodiles released in various rivers in the current fiscal year has reached 107.
Bird counting through 'Chhimeki Chara' for the first time in NepalBy RSS
Counting of birds will begin through 'Chhimeki Chara' app at 66 districts including Kanchanpur from February 19. The Bird Conservation Nepal is going to carry out counting of birds through app for the first time in Nepal. Ornithologist Hirulal Dagaura said that the organisation is mobilizing the volunteers to count the birds through app.
44 lepers found in six months in BankeBy RSS
Forty-four new cases of leprosy have been found in the six months of this fiscal year in Banke district. Leprosy resource person at Public Health Office Manab Nepali informed that they were found at eight local levels in the district.
18,115 more voters in KalikotBy RSS
Kalikot district has recorded 18,115 more voters in the latest update. The District Election Office here informed that it totaled the voters for the coming May 13 local level election at 83,076.
Two electrocutedBy RSS
Two persons from the same family died with short circuit at Tinau Rural Municipality of Palpa district on Thursday evening. Suraj Sunar, 20, and his brother Rakesh Sunar, 14, were electrocuted while fishing at Tinau-2.
32 schools in Lamjung selected for PERPBy RSS
Thirty two schools in Lamjung district have been selected for the President Educational Reform Programme (PERP). Under this programme, the selected schools will get Rs 62 million in grant, according to the Centre for Education and Human Resource Development (EHRD) under the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.
Cabinet expansion political need: CM RaiBy RSS
Chief Minister at Province-1 Rajendra Kumar Rai has said the Cabinet was expanded to lessen the burden and address political needs. CM Rai argued that the previous government had not done any good work.