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.
MAHOTTARI, July 4: The incessant rainfall since last Tuesday has collapsed the houses of some locals at Ramnagar in Bhangaha Rural Municipality- 4 in Mahottari district while flood led to inundation to over 150 houses in the locality.
CHITWAN, July 2: One-way vehicular movement has come into operation from 9AM today along the Butwal-Narayanghat section of the East-West Highway. The traffic on this section of the highway was disrupted for 21 hours after diversions at Thumsi in Gaindakot were swept away by flood on Thursday morning following incessant rain since Wednesday night.
DAMAULI, June 30: Landslides triggered by incessant rainfall have disrupted the Prithvi Highway at Myagdi-based Tharpu in Tanahun district. The torrential rain caused landslides, throwing the vehicular movement at Myagde-4 out of gear since early morning today.
BIRGUNJ, June 28: As many as 849 border marker pillars have been missing along the border with India in Province no 2. Eight districts of the province share a 464-kilometre long stretch of the border with India from Gobargadha of Saptari district in the east to Thori of Parsa district in the west.
DHARAN, June 28: Nepal's famed teaching hospital BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences (BPKIHS) has been rocked by constant protests for a couple of weeks. Protesters are both from within and outside the BPKIHS.
BAJURA, June 28: The Muktikot village of Swamikartik Khapar Rural Municipality-1 in Bajura is going through a food shortage. The prolonged drought and COVID-19 crisis led to the emergence of a food crisis in the village.
DOTI, June 26: The Sudur Paschim Province has reported zero deaths from COVID-19 in the past two days. There has been no report of death from Corona Virus in the past 48 hours, the Health Directorate Dipayal has said.
KATHMANDU, June 26: Domestic and international flights to and from the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) are operating normally despite unfavourable weather in Kathmandu. The Kathmandu Valley has witnessed incessant rain and foggy sky since early this morning.