11 historical ponds and 25 stone spouts revivedBy RSS
The Madhyapur Thimi municipality has renovated and revived 11 historical ponds and 25 stone spouts in the municipality.
CHANCE ENCOUNTERS: The postcard that came home after 60 yearsBy The Rising Nepal
Someone who was a young man in the early 1940s would likely be in their late 70s or early 80s in 2003, Krygier realized. There was a chance that Maynard was still alive.
Close school if COVID-19 detected: KMCBy RSS
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) Office has urged schools to close in case the coronavirus was detected on student, teacher or staff, and to ensure online classes.
Number of children infected with UK variant increasing, Experts call to follow safety standardsBy The Rising Nepal
Dr. Sher Bahadur Pun, chief of the clinical research unit at Sukraraj Tropical and Infectious Disease Hospital, Teku said that the novel coronavirus infection seen in recent times was more contagious than before.
Fire destroys property worth over Rs 5 millionBy RSS
Shrestha Hardware located at Baglung bazaar has caught fire this morning, destroying all goods in the shop.
Youth murdered brutally with sharp weaponBy The Rising Nepal
A young man was found murdered in a cow farm run by Gokul Bahadur Khulal of the land of Kabi Raj Basnet at Sipadol main road at Suryabinayak Municipality Ward-8, Bhaktapur.
Educational institutions in Nepalgunj sub-metropolis to be closed for a weekBy RSS
Educational institutions in Nepalgunj Sub-metropolitan City are to be closed for a week from Friday after a spike in coronavirus infection cases.
Judsheetal festival being observed in MithilanchalBy RSS
The folk festival Judsheetal is being celebrated in Mithilanchal today amidst gaiety and fervour. This festival is considered special agricultural culture.
Kanchanpur prison houses over four times more prisonersBy RSS
Kanchanpur prison is housing over four times more prisoners against its actual capacity.
District Hospital, Darchula, lacks human resources to operate ICUBy RSS
The intensive Care Unit (ICU) along with ventilator beds set up at District Hospital, Darchula, has not yet come into operation.
Prize to parents who visit school frequentlyBy The Rising Nepal
A campaign has been launched to motivate and reward parents to come to school with the objective of increasing student attendance and learning in community schools.
Self-defense training to Darchula girls (Photo Feature)By The Rising Nepal
Following the rise in violence and sexual abuse against women and girls, the local levels in Darchula have taken the initiative to provide self-defense training to girls.
King cobra spotted in BaglungBy RSS
A king cobra has been spotted at Mulpani of Baglung municipality-7. The poisonous snake was found in the house of local Sudip Gautam.
Drought exacerbates risk of forest firesBy Mahima Devkota
The government has warned that the persisting dry weather will trigger pernicious forest fire incidents in the coming days.
Locals delight after seeing bus in their villageBy The Rising Nepal
Locals of Barekot Rural Municipality in Jajarkot district became extremely happy on Friday after a passenger bus reached their village for the first time.
Drinking water woes set to end after five decadesBy The Rising Nepal
Residents of Badeda, Budhiganga Municipality-10, have breathed a sigh of relief after the drinking water facility finally arrives at their settlements after 50 years of wait.
Reconstruction of Sindhuligadhi Palace beginsBy The Rising Nepal
Reconstruction of the historic Sindhuligadhi Palace in Kamalamai Municipality has started.
Secrets of gorilla communication laid bareBy BBC
The bigger a male gorilla, the better he is at beating his chest to signal to friends and foe just how powerful he is, scientists have confirmed.
Recommendation made to restrict gathering of more than 25 peopleBy The Rising Nepal
Considering the possibility of a surge in COVID-19 cases, the Ministry of Health and Population has recommended the COVID-19 Crisis Management Committee (CCMC) to prevent the gathering of more than 25 people.
Pedestrians reluctant to use overhead bridges in RupandehiBy The Rising Nepal
In Bhairhawa and Butwal overhead bridges had been built in various Chowks but not many of them are used by pedestrians. The majority of the pedestrians avoid using the overhead bridges which leads to traffic congestion.