Two dead, 25 injured in bus accident in AchhamBy TRN Online
At least two passengers have been killed while 25 others have sustained injuries when a passenger bus en-route to Dhangadhi from Mangalsen collided near Kailash Khola of Mangalsen this afternoon.
Two school buildings inaugurated in DarchulaBy RSS
Two school buildings have been constructed in Darchula District. The buildings were constructed with financial assistance provided by India.
Mother, her two children found dead in SarlahiBy TRN Online
Wife of Shiva Hajari Pasawan of Hajariya Naya Bazar, Kabita, 26, and their daughter, 6-year old Soni and son, 4-year-old Swagat have been found dead.
Students taking no-objection letters for abroad study reduced to halfBy Mahima Devkota
The number of students who had taken no-objection letters to abroad study for graduate and undergraduate programs has reduced to 50 per cent in comparison to pre-pandemic following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Earning while learning" programme to be made more effective: Minister PoudelBy RSS
Similarly, Minister Poudel pledged to launch technical education in as many as community schools, to print colourful and quality books until grade 12 and taking forward the vacancy announcement for the permanent teachers among others.
How child sex abuse rose during pandemic in IndiaBy BBC
According to activists and police officials, there has been a surge in the online demand and dissemination of child abuse imagery in the country since last year, as lockdowns imposed to contain Covid-19 confined people to their homes.
Australia declares La Niña weather event has begunBy BBC
Australia has said a La Niña event has developed for a second consecutive year, meaning there is a greater risk locally of floods and cyclones. Last time the weather phenomenon contributed to "once in a century" rains battering parts of Australia. But La Niña can lead to significant weather changes in different parts of the world.
Why schools are failing children on climate changeBy BBC
Ever since children have been taking centre stage in the fight against a rapidly warming world. And as they do, many are pushing for schools to add climate change to their curriculum.
Amazon sees worst deforestation in 15 yearsBy BBC
Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon rainforest has hit its highest level in over 15 years, official data shows.
Good COP, bad COP? Why the experts are still worriedBy BBC
Scientists and leading climate experts have voiced concerns about the outcomes of the COP26 climate conference, in Glasgow.
Nepal achieving progress in health, education: Education Minister PaudelBy RSS
Minister for Education, Science and Technology, Devendra Paudel, has said that the building of an atmosphere capable of encouraging Nepalis abroad to return home is underway due to the increased possibility of job opportunities.
Martial arts on the fourth day today under Kattik NaachBy RSS
The dance is being performed in the evening as per the tradition of staging 'Kattik Natya Mahotsav' in the Lalitpur Durbar area every year.
Nepali organisation selected for research in ChinaBy RSS
The China-Nepal Friendship Medical Research Center of Prof. Rajiv Kumar Jha, an organisation set up at the Xi'an Medical University in Xian of China, has been selected among the research institutions announced by the government of China.
Phalgunanda 137th birth anniversary being observedBy RSS
The 137th Birth Anniversary of Phalgunanda Lingdel, a Mahaguru (great religious leader) admired and followed by the Kirat community is being observed in various districts of Province 1 today with various programmes.
Chhath concludes by offering argha to rising sun (Photo Feature)By RSS
This year’s Chhath celebrations have concluded across the country by offering argha to the rising sun this morning.
Sama Chakewa festival begins in MithilanchalBy RSS
The Sama Chakewa festival regarded as the symbol of affection between brothers and sisters has begun in the Mithilanchal region today. It is a 10-day- long festival.
Light snowfall forecast at some parts of mountainous regionBy RSS
There is the possibility of light snowfall at one or two places of the eastern and central high mountainous regions. The same weather pattern is likely to continue at the night as well.
Chhath festival begins today with 'Nahay Khay'By RSS
Fervour of the Chhath festival has gripped the Mithila region now. People's mobility has upped in and around the region ahead of the four-day grand festival where the 'Sun God' is worshipped with devotion.
Nepal's participation in COP26 Energy Day expected to be meaningfulBy RSS
The Energy Day can be an opportunity for Nepal to inform the world that Nepal can contribute towards minimizing the GHG emission by meeting the domestic energy demands through hydroelectricity and renewable energy and reducing the consumption of coal and natural gas in the neighbouring countries by exporting hydroelectricity and renewable energy to them.
Water supply reality through community participatory videos, rural water users foreground their storiesBy Nanda Lal Tiwari
On watching the videos it becomes clear that access to water is not easy in rural areas, both in the hills and in the plains called Tarai, particularly for the financially and socially marginalised people, women and people with disabilities.