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Manabhara festival for tourism promotion
Taplejung, Dec 17: The first Manabhara festival has begun to contribute to promote tourism in Taplejung by bringing tourism sites of the area into publicity. Province-1 State Assembly member Tanka Angbuhnag inaugurated the festival on Sunday. (...)
The Rising Nepal - 17 December 2018
Beni-Lovely Hill trekking route construction begins
Beni, Dec 17: The construction of a trekking route from Myagdi district headquarters, Benibazaar, to tourism site, Lovely Hill, has begun. The Beni Municipality, Myagdi Overseas Nepali Association and Myagdi Chamber of Commerce and Industry had (...)
The Rising Nepal - 17 December 2018
Three men die from 'alcohol poisoning' in Rukum
Rukum (West), Dec 17: Three people were suspected to have died in Rukum (West) areas from consumption of tainted alcohol, said the District Police Office (DPO), Rukum (West). The deceased are Khambu Kami, 63, of Sanabheri Rural Municipality-9, (...)
The Rising Nepal - 17 December 2018
Blacktopping Puraina-Suiya Bagauda road under Postal Highway begins
Nepalgunj, Dec 17: Blacktopping the 44.6 kilometers Puraina-Suiya Bagauda under the Postal Highway has begun. The first phase of blacktopping one and a half kilometers road has been complete, said engineer Tulasiram Bhandari. The task of (...)
The Rising Nepal - 17 December 2018
Minister Gyawali leaving for USA today
By A Staff Reporter Kathmandu, Dec. 17: Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali is leaving Kathmandu on Monday morning for an official visit to the United States of America. The high level exchange is happening after 17 years, erstwhile US (...)
The Rising Nepal - Headlines - 17 December 2018
Foundation stone laid for bridge in Bhaktapur
Bhaktapur, Dec 17: A bridge linking Madhyapur Municipality-4 in Thimi and Suryabinayak Municiplaity-4 in Dhadhikot has been inaugurated here today. Lawmaker Mahesh Basnet laid the foundation stone for the bridge to be built over the Hanumante (...)
The Rising Nepal - Headlines - 17 December 2018
Flood-swept rhinos brought back to Nepal
Chitwan, Dec 17: The world’s rare wildlife, one-horned rhino, has been brought back to its home on boat. The female rhino aged around 20, which was swept away by flooded Rapti River last year, has been brought back to Chitwan National Park (CNP) (...)
The Rising Nepal - Headlines - 17 December 2018
NFC stops buying Karnali beans, buckwheat due to lack of market
By A Staff Reporter Kathmandu, Dec. 17:The Nepal Food Corporation (NFC) that has been selling beans and buckwheat of Karnali for the past four years has stopped purchasing them in Karnali due to its inability to find buyers in Kathmandu and (...)
The Rising Nepal - Headlines - 17 December 2018
Role of media important for change: Province Minister Pun
Pokhara, December 16 Minister for Social Development in Gandaki Province, Naradevi Pun, has said the media can play a significant role to bring political changed in the country. Inaugurating the fifth convention of the Sancharika Samuha’s (...)
OnlineKhabar - 16 December 2018
Need to develop sports for prosperous Nepal: Minister Bishwokarma
Sankhu, December 16 Minister for Youth and Sports, Jagat Bahadur Bishwokarma, has said prosperous Nepal could not be imagined without the development of sports. Addressing a concluding day of the football competition organized by Shankarapur (...)
OnlineKhabar - 16 December 2018
EPL cricket championship: Chitwan hits first win
Kathmandu– Chitwan Tigers has registered its first win in the ongoing Everest Premier League (EPL) T-20 Cricket Championship by defeating Biratnagar Warriors, the defending champions, today.  Chitwan, under the captaincy of (...)
Ratopati - 16 December 2018
Martyrs Memorial ‘A’ Division Football: Police trounce Friends Club
Kathmandu– The departmental team, Nepal Police Club, thrashed Friends Club, five goals to nil, in the first game held under the ongoing Martyrs Memorial ‘A’ Division League Football Tournament.  The match (...)
Ratopati - 16 December 2018
Kamal Nath- Anandiben Patel-Madhya Pradesh-Oath
bhopal ,Madhya Pradesh–Chief Minister-elect of Madhya Pradesh, Kamal Nath, is slated to meet Governor Anandiben Patel on Friday at 10.30 am to discuss his oath-taking ceremony, among other things.  “I will meet (...)
Ratopati - 16 December 2018
13 feared dead in flooded Indian 'rat hole' mine
NEW DELHI–At least 13 miners were feared dead after being trapped by flooding in an illegal ''rat hole'' coal mine site in remote northeastern India, police said Friday.  Dozens of emergency workers were pumping water out of a (...)
Ratopati - 16 December 2018
7 killed in Jammu road accident
Jammu and Kashmir– Seven people were killed and three were injured in a road accident in Sujandhar village of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday.  The accident took place in mountainous Reasi district, about 210 km south of (...)
Ratopati - 16 December 2018
Despite Trump's appeals, executions declining in the US
WASHINGTON– Despite President Donald Trump's appeals for increased use of the death penalty, its application has declined in the United States, with executions and sentences at historically low levels.  Twenty-five (...)
Ratopati - 16 December 2018
Seven-year-old Guatemalan girl dies in US custody: report
WASHINGTON– A seven-year-old Guatemalan girl died in American custody after being detained by US border police in the state of New Mexico, The Washington Post reported on Thursday.  The girl -- who illegally crossed the border (...)
Ratopati - 16 December 2018
Over 750 benefit from free eye camp in Kanchanpur
Kanchanpur– A total of 781 people have benefited from a free eye camp in Shuklaphanta Municipality-4 in Kanchanpur district.  Of the patients with eye problems, 93 have been found suffering from cataract, said Gajendra Chand, (...)
Ratopati - 16 December 2018
Two children die after eating chowmein served by aunt
Kanchanpur– Two children died after they ate chowmein given by their aunt in Krishnapur Municipality-3 in Kanchanpur district, said the police. Dhan Bahadur Sunar, 12, and his eight-year-old brother Tek started vomiting after they ate (...)
Ratopati - 16 December 2018
Country marking today as Black Day
Kathmandu– The country is marking today (December 16) as Black Day to protest the disposition of the first democratically elected government by the late former king Mahendra Shah on December 15, 1960.  Mahendra took charge of (...)
Ratopati - 16 December 2018
Man kills grandfather, grandmother with stump
Baitadi– A man killed his grandfather and grandmother with a stump at Surnaya Rural Municipality-7 in Baitadi district on Saturday morning, said the police.  Lokendra Kunwar attacked grandfather Gagan Kunwar, 84, and (...)
Ratopati - 16 December 2018

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