Promoting Green Recovery Project kicks off in WalingBy RSS
Waling Municipality has started Promoting Green Recovery Project (PGRP) for management of waste in the Municipality.
Indian girl killed for wearing jeansBy The Rising Nepal
17-year-old Neha Paswan was allegedly beaten to death by members of her extended family in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh because they didn't like her wearing jeans. Her mother, Shakuntala Devi Paswan, told BBC Hindi that the teenager had been severely beaten with sticks by her grandfather and uncles after an argument over her clothes at their home in Savreji Kharg village in Deoria district, one of the least developed regions in the state.
Monsoon being active again from MondayBy RSS
Monsoon is being active again from Monday. Most of the parts in the country will witness light to moderate rainfall with general to complete weather change the next day.
CCTV cameras aid crime investigations and traffic controlBy The Rising Nepal
The Police are easily able to identify the culprit behind daily occurring crimes with the help of CCTV. In today’s age, CCTV’s are a must for the Police investigating crimes.
KMC cautions schools against taking enrollments before SEE resultsBy RSS
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has urged the concerned sector not to take school enrollments before the results of Secondary Education Examinations, 2077 BS come out.
Italy crowned European champion after beating England on penaltiesBy The Rising Nepal
Wembley Stadium, London (CNN)On a night fraught with tension, Italy clinched its first major title for 15 years with a penalty shootout win over England in the Euro 2020 final.
KMC proposes free education for children orphaned by COVID-19By The Rising Nepal
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) has proposed free education up to secondary level for the children orphaned by COVID-19 through its budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
Baglung Bazaar endures water shortage for daysBy RSS
The water supply system in Baglung Bazar remains disrupted for the past five days, leading to an acute shortage of water in the town.
Student enrollment campaign kicks off from todayBy RSS
The government has started off a new education session for this new Nepali year from today.
World Environment Day marked planting saplings on Bagmati River banksBy RSS
Saplings of various species have been planted in the United Nations (UN) Park area along the Bagmati River on the occasion of World Environment Day.
Some eight lakh Nepalis might lose their jobs in 2021 due to pandemicBy The Rising Nepal
It has been said that 700,000 to 800,000 Nepalis in and outside the nation would lose direct employment in the same time span.
All TU exams postponedBy RSS
The Tribhuvan University has postponed all its examinations. The meeting today of the TU Office of the Controller of Examinations Central Examinations Operation Committee decided to postpone the examinations that were scheduled to begin on Tuesday.
Thousands returning from India via Jamunaha border (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
The police force deployed at the border time is having a hard time making arrangements to send the India-returnees to their respective districts, as thousands of Nepalis are returning every day.
Reconstructed Dharahara in picturesBy The Rising Nepal
Though the reconstruction of quake-damaged Dharahara is yet to be completed the government is all set to inaugurate it on April 24, the eve of the day when the 7.6-magnitude Gorkha Earthquake had rattled the country in 2015.
France kidnapping: Girl found with mother accused of ordering abductionBy BBC
An eight-year-old girl who was kidnapped in eastern France on Tuesday has been found with her mother in Switzerland.
A startup venture turns COVID-19 pandemic into an opportunityBy The Rising Nepal
A small startup in New Baneshwor, E-Traders and Suppliers has turned the pandemic into an opportunity by manufacturing masks and supplying hospitals, airlines and shops with PPE gowns, surgical gloves, face shield and Hand sanitisers.
Govt decides to apply online and alternative methods for teachingBy The Rising Nepal
Following the surging infection rate among children and youths the government has decided to apply online and other alternative methods for teaching by May 14.
Udayapur Gadhi area faces acute shortage of drinking waterBy RSS
Acute shortage of drinking water has hit tourist spot of Gadhi Rural Municipality in Udayapur- Gadi Area- for nearly one and half month.
Continue alternative teaching methods: EducationalistsBy The Rising Nepal
Following the surging infection rate among children and youths, the Ministry of Health and Population has time and again requested to halt the physical classes at educational institutions. However, the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology has appealed to schools and colleges to operate physical classes in shifts to avoid crowding.