The National News Agency (RSS), having nationwide network, is the largest and longest serving news agency in Nepal. It was established in 2018 BS under the Rastriya Samachar Samiti Act, 2019 BS, merging two privately owned news agencies with a view to facilitating newspapers and broadcast media.
KATHMANDU, April 2: The Mega Bank Nepal Limited has announced to contribute Rs 13.5 million to the relief fund set up by federal and state governments for the prevention, control, and treatment of coronavirus disease.
SURKHET, April 2: Eight thousand six hundred and fifty people have come back home in Karnali Province from various foreign countries as of Wednesday, the Karnali Provincial Government, Ministry of Social Development said.
KATHMANDU, April 1: Guidelines would be formulated for concerned authorities and business communities to sell and distribute daily essentials to people during the lockdown, said the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supplies.
KATHMANDU, April 1: Rainfall with the wind has been forecasted to take place in most of the places of the country tonight night due to the impact of westerly and local wind, according to the Weather Forecasting Division. There is a possibility of rain due to the impact of local and westerly wind, said Meteorologist Ganga Nagarkoti.
DHARCHULA, April 1: A Nepali migrant worker died after falling from a suspension bridge along the Nepal-India border in Darchula as he was on the way back to home from India after India announced a nationwide lockdown against the coronavirus pandemic. The deceased has been identified as Agabar Singh Thagunna, 42, of Marma rural municipality-2 in Darchula.
KATHMANDU, April 1: Over Rs 223 million has been deposited so far in the Coronavirus Infection Prevention and Treatment Fund established by the government on March 23 in view of the increased risk of the virus.
KATHMANDU, March 31: At a time when the media have reported the denial of private hospitals to serve the patients suffering from COVID-19 like symptoms across the country, the Supreme Court has issued an interim order that private hospitals need to arrange a facility to treat the COVID-19 patients.
BHAIRAHAWA, March 31: Around 300 Nepalis are stranded at Sunauli on the Nepal-India border. They have been held up at the no-man's land for 30 hours due to the lockdown that is in effect both in Nepal and India.