Health for all

March 12, 2020 09:19 am

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli set a historic precedent by having his second kidney transplantation in Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, a public hospital, inside the country. According to the hospital, his operation was successful, and he is desperately waiting to join the office. Neglecting suggestions from his relatives and kitchen cabinet, he took a bold decision to receive treatment from public hospital and this decision can have great ramifications in the country’s health sector.

KATHMANDU, March 6: Nepal Communist Party (NCP) senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal today visited Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli at the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH) and wished him good health, said Prime Minister's press advisor Surya Thapa.

Prime Minister, get well soon

March 4, 2020 08:50 am

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has been admitted to the Kidney Transplantation Unit at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH) to undergo a second kidney transplant, which is scheduled for today. The PM has been suffering from kidney trouble and has been visiting hospitals abroad for checkups and undergoing regular dialysis inside the country.

PM’s kidney transplant today

March 4, 2020 07:38 am

KATHMANDU, Mar 4: Prime Minister KP Oli is undergoing a second kidney transplant on Wednesday, at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH).

KATHMANDU, Dec 5: Although Prime Minister KP Oli has been recovering faster than expected, he has to undergo regular dialysis, said sources at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital who are informed about his condition.

Man sets wife and son ablaze

August 21, 2019 04:05 am

DHADING, Aug 21: In an attempt to kill his wife Bimala Darai Lamsal, 25, and two-year-old son Jenish Lamsal, 28-year-old Ganesh Lamsal of Dharapani, Siddhalekh Rural Municipality-1, Dhading set them ablaze on Monday.

Patients suffer due to doctors' protest

September 3, 2018 04:00 am

KATHMANDU, Sep 3: Rukumaya Gharti Magar of Nawalparasi had reached the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital on Sunday morning as prescribed by the doctors. A kidney patient, Gharti Magar, approached the hospital administration early in the morning to get admission, but in a vain.