KATHMANDU, Aug 20: Local administration in three districts of the Kathmandu Valley have enforced the prohibitory order for the next seven days starting Wednesday midnight after a sudden spike in the cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
KATHMANDU, Aug 13: As COVID 19 crisis is grappling the world economy, signs of recession are also seen here in Nepal. Major shopping hubs in Kathmandu- New Road and old market of Ason have witnessed crisis owing to adverse impact on business.
KATHMANDU, Aug 10: Shrawan is one of the holiest months in the Hindu calendar. Devotees of Lord Shiva perform religious rituals and take brata (fasting) on this day. Each Monday of the month, known as Shrawan Sombar, is a special day at Shiva temples. Hindu devotees walk barefoot and with holy water to offer to Lord Shiva.
KATHMANDU, Aug 8: With a sharp increase in the cases of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Kathmandu Valley in recent days, the District Administration Office, Kathmandu, decided to seal off Pyukha, New Road and Mahaboudha areas.
KATHMANDU, Aug 6: The use of masks and gloves has increased following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). However, the failure to ensure proper disposal of these safety apparels is likely to pose a serious health risk in urban areas.
KATHMANDU, July 24: Dhanraj Chitrakar started drawing serpentine deities from the age of 14. It has been over five decades since he has been into this business but now fears for a technological take over as people have shifted onto printed versions of Naag Posters. Now he is fearing for his profession which in some decades can be the rarest-of-rarest as the younger generation are drifting away from it.
KATHMANDU, July 18: Accusing the Ministry of Health and Population of making no significant efforts to bring reforms in the ways to fight the pandemic of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country, the ‘Enough is Enough’ campaigners have started Satyagraha (relay hunger strike) from Saturday afternoon on the Basantapur Durbar Square premises.
KATHMANDU, July 16: Today is Shrawan 1st as per the Nepali calendar. With the beginning of the month, cosmetic shops are filled with red, yellow and green bangles, pote, tika and henna. Despite the lockdown imposed to curb the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, women are seen visiting shops to purchase varieties of cosmetic items.