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Concern over the increasing death of Rhinos

Concern over the increasing death of Rhinos

- by Pratik Bhattarai

A total of 39 rhinos died in the current fiscal year due to some preventable and natural causes and five of them in the recent past two months. This is the highest number of rhino's...

Rooftop farming during COVID- 19 Pandemic

Rooftop farming during COVID- 19 Pandemic

- by Pratik Bhattarai

Though Nepal is an agricultural country, where agriculture is the main source of income, our agricultural products are not even enough for the local population. More than 70 percent of people in Nepal depend on...

Lost love

Lost love

- by Faris Shamim

Sleepless nights filled with pain and suffering that my heart goes through in your remembrance have become regular now. My heart itches for the warmth, you once gave it. I never thought that one day...

Front liners. Are we treating them right?

Front liners. Are we treating them right?

- by Dr. Navalok Sharma Ghimire

The coronavirus pandemic has started to take its toll on Nepal. The increasing number of patients and increasing, albeit slow, deaths, have really made a scary atmosphere ...

All superheroes don’t wear capes, they wear masks

All superheroes don’t wear capes, they wear masks

- by Aayush Bhattarai

The Covid-19 has been a wake up call for many of the developing countries. At a time like this, it is crucial to not only trust, but also support the medical community mitigate the situation....

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- by Pratibha Baral

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- by Terisa Tamang

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