Why do we worship crows and dogs?By Mahima Devkota
Tihar is not only the celebration of lights but, also celebrates Mother Nature and animals. Crows and dogs which come in service of humans in other times are worshipped as a protector and messengers.
Nepal attending COP 26 with ambitious goals in related fieldBy RSS
Nepal is attending the 26th Conference (COP26) of the nations to United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) with documents and reports featuring the country’s ambitious goals in the related field.
Government in favour of independence of judiciary: Minister KarkiBy RSS
Minister for Communications and Information Technology Gyanendra Bahadur Karki has said that the government is in favour of the independence of the judiciary.
Prime Minister Deuba to declare Gandaki a literate provinceBy RSS
In Pokhara, Prime Minister and Nepali Congress President will participate in the party's programmes as well as attend the Gandaki Province Literate Declaration Ceremony organized by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Science, Technology and Social Development.
Raising voices for justice in Maitighar Mandala (Photo Feature)By TRN Online
Fourteen people, including 11 women, who came to Kathmandu after a 20-day walk from Nepalgunj in search of justice, have reached Maitighar Mandala to raise their voice for justice.
Huawei launches Seeds for the Future in NepalBy RSS
Huawei has launched Seeds for the Future– its global flagship CSR program for undergraduate level students from all ICT-related disciplines in Nepal. The initiative was started as part of its Digital Talent Development Ecosystem. This is the first time that Huawei is introducing the program in Nepal.
Muhammad cartoonist dies in car crash - reportsBy BBC
A Swedish artist who sketched the Prophet Muhammad's head on a dog's body has died in a traffic accident, according to local media. Lars Vilks was reportedly travelling in a civilian police vehicle that collided with a truck near the town of Markaryd in southern Sweden.
Gandaki University running classes after two years of establishmentBy RSS
Gandaki University has made preparations to run classes from Sunday after two years of its establishment.
Active role of info seekers and suppliers must to implement RTI: Chairperson TimilsinaBy RSS
Chairperson of National Assembly Ganesh Prasad Timilsina has urged the bodies concerned to make corrections if they were slow off the mark to implement the right to information.
No of registered newspapers climb to 7,874By RSS
The number of registered newspapers across the country is 7,874. According to the 46th Annual Report, 2077/78, published on the occasion of the 52nd anniversary of the Press Council of Nepal, the number of dailies published from all over the country is 744.
Pashupati Temple Area cleaning campaign for promotion of religious tourismBy RSS
The Pashupati Area Development Trust has launched a cleaning campaign in the Pashupatinath Temple area in Kathmandu. In the second week of the cleaning campaign today, the Film Artist Association of Nepal cleaned one of the holiest shrines of Hindus.
Separation anxiety can be seen in children as schools re-openBy Mahima Devkota
With the resumption of school after almost one and a half years of online class sessions, Arpan Poudel, aged 12, a Seventh-grader, from Kausaltar, ward 2, Bhaktpur is worried about returning to school. He said, “I am used to studying online and spending free time with family members. Now, I am afraid that I will lose all my family time.”
Murder cases within family increase more than double in a yearBy Mahima Devkota
The cases of murders within families have increased more than double in the fiscal year 2077/78 in comparison to the fiscal year 2076/77. Basanta Bahadur Kunwar, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), cases of murders within families on the fiscal year 2077/78 stands at 409 and was 201 in the fiscal year 2076/77.
Sorha Shraddha Begins from today (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Sorha Shraddha has begun from today. It is also known as Pitri Paksha.
'Researches elevate educational sector'By The Rising Nepal
The University Grant Commission of Nepal (UGC) has stressed the need for various researches and investigations to boost the education sector and overall development of the country.
Indra Jatra begins with erection of lingo at Basantapur (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
One of the biggest festivals celebrated in Kathmandu valley Indra Jatra has begun with the erection of a lingo (sacred wooden pole) at Hanumandhoka premises in Basantapur Darbar Square on Saturday morning.
Grade 12 exams in physical presence (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
After a long wait, the class 12 examination has started in the physical presence of the students. Chandramani Poudel, Chairman of the National Examination Board said that this year, every student attending their exam from their own school.
World now sees twice as many days over 50CBy BBC
The number of extremely hot days every year when the temperature reaches 50C has doubled since the 1980s, a global BBC analysis has found. They also now happen in more areas of the world than before, presenting unprecedented challenges to human health and to how we live.
Australia emerges as villain of COP26 climate talksBy The Rising Nepal
Australia is becoming increasingly isolated from the rest of the world with its obstinate approach to the climate crisis. Leaders like US climate envoy John Kerry and COP26 President Alok Sharma have been focused recently on the climate challenge of China -- but it's Australia that's emerging as the real pariah of the COP26 talks.
Record number of environmental activists murderedBy The Rising Nepal
A record number of activists working to protect the environment and land rights were murdered last year, according to a report by a campaign group. 227 people were killed around the world in 2020, the highest number recorded for a second consecutive year, the report from Global Witness said.